4th Annual BTVA Voice Acting Awards

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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Killer Croc with sound clips and images.

Created by Pokejedservo on Fri Feb 25 2011, 205 Comments, Add Comment
Special thanks to Foxwolf, NCZ, Cypo, Music Meister for additional sound clips.
Batman: The Animated Series (1992)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesAron Kincaid
Aron Kincaid
The New Batman Adventures (1997)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesBrooks Gardner
Brooks Gardner
The Batman (2004)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesRon Perlman
Ron Perlman
Batman: Arkham Asylum (2009)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesSteve Blum
Steve Blum
DC Universe Online (2011)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesEdwin Neal
Edwin Neal
Batman: The Brave and the Bold (2008)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesStephen Root
Stephen Root
Batman: Arkham City (2011)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesSteve Blum
Steve Blum
Batman: Arkham Origins (2013)
Killer Croc / Waylon JonesKhary Payton
Khary Payton
Son of Batman (2014)
Killer CrocFred Tatasciore
Fred Tatasciore
Beware the Batman (2013)
Killer CrocWade Williams
Wade Williams
Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (2014)
Killer CrocFred Tatasciore
Fred Tatasciore


Today on the Batman VC section we have yet another member of Batman's enormous Rogues Gallery and this time its for that Big Green Reptilian Hulking monster... KILLER CROC! While this isn't a really big VC I thought I will try to do something a little different here that I don't do often...

1. Brooks Gardner (I am actually going to go with this one at first place because not only does he do a rough and beastly performance but I like on how fairly deep his Croc voice is. In which considering on how enormous Killer Croc is I figured that a deep, gruff beastly voice would work well with the role here. Granted Brooks is not quite perfect for the role but he is closer to it than others.)

2. Aron Kincaid, Edwin Neal, Khary Payton, Steve Blum [BAC], Fred Tatasciore (Their respective voices deliver a certain gruffness to the role as they do sound rather beastly. However the only reason why they don't quite share the #1 spot with Brooks is that their voices are not quite deep enough compared to Brooks. Granted the late Aron Kincaid and Edwin Neal's respective Killer Croc's voices aren't all that high or anything but still.)

3. Ron Perlman & Stephen Root (When I first heard Ron's Croc voice I admit my initial reaction was "Whats with the Southern Accent?" Granted Ron's attempt at a Southern Accent wasn't bad but it felt a little strange to hear it on Croc at first. However I noticed on in "The Batman" the show tried to give Croc a playfully cocky attitude and I liked Ron's performance on how he is actually able to make it work in a way. To make a long story short the Southern Accent on Ron's Croc voice might take a little getting use to but his performance is an interesting take on Killer Croc.)

4. Steve Blum [BAA] (This one was quite a mixed bag to me as despite Blum's good efforts in trying to sound gruff and beastly his Croc voice was a little too high for a big beast like Killer Croc, especially considering on how Croc was even more enormous than usual in that game. However the reason why I won't really consider Blum's handiwork on the role to be really bad is his performance. While Steve Blum's voice for the role may be a bit too high for a enormous monster like Croc his performance definitely suited Croc's monstrous nature well as he sounded monstrous but with a touch of vulnerability. So lets just say its definitely not one of Steve Blum's best performances but there are somewhat worse cases of him coming off as a bit miscast. But to be fair his work in Batman Arkham City was a lot better though.)  

So to make a long story none of these performances are bad and none of them are flat out perfect for the role but I suppose that Brooks Gardner is my choice here.


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Nightmare Crusher
said at 6:52 PM on Thu Jul 9 2015
Honestly, I don't think I've heard the perfect voice for Croc yet. I want him to have the accent, but none of the guys who have done it really were monstrous enough at the same time. I suppose from what we have now Wade Williams is my favorite. I think Fred would be perfect if he did a hybrid of his two takes.
said at 3:23 PM on Sat Jul 4 2015
1. Steve Blum
2. Fred Tatasciore
3. Aron Kincaid
4. Ron Perlman/Wade Williams
5. Khary Payton
6. Brooks Gardner
7. Edwin Neal
8. Stephen Root
said at 2:30 PM on Thu May 7 2015
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Ron sounds as he should given Killer Croc's origin in the comics. And his overall attitude and motivations make him a far better villain than the other ones. Slightly generic, but Perlman's version is the only competent one and easily the most threatening.
said at 10:48 PM on Fri May 29 2015
@Darker Williams's version is also competent. Reminded me a lot of Killer Croc's earlier characterization as a small-time crime boss.
said at 5:48 AM on Thu Mar 5 2015
1) Aron Kincaid
2) Brooks Gardner
3) Khary Payton
4) Steve Blum
5) Fred Tatasciore
6) Stephen Root
7) Ron Perlman
8) Edwin Neal
9) Wade Williams
Stare at the Sun
said at 6:55 AM on Sun Mar 1 2015
Ron gets my vote. I love the southern accent he gives it.
Shiny Raticate
said at 8:56 PM on Tue Feb 17 2015
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I think I'm going to go with Ron Perlman on this one.
said at 5:14 PM on Sat Feb 14 2015
Oh,I Went With Khary.
SharpShot Shockwave
said at 4:31 AM on Sun Feb 1 2015
I Can't Decide Between Both Steven Blum From The Arkham Games & Fred Tatasciore's Cajun accent From Lego Batman 3... Both Give A Cannibalistic nature & Growl For Croc.
said at 3:05 PM on Mon Jun 15 2015
How's Killer Croc a cannibal?
SharpShot Shockwave
said at 4:19 AM on Sat Jul 4 2015
@Slick When I said Croc had a cannibalistic nature, I meant that he eats people. (it is implied at least in darker stories, such as Arkham Asylum)
said at 3:27 AM on Fri Jan 30 2015
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1. Steve Blum (Both takes): Mother of god... I mean, I'm used to his voice thanks to being a huge fan of the Arkham games, but Steve Blum was just perfect as Killer Croc. In both games he sounds exactly what I'd expect a man-turned-feral-beast to sound like, monstrous, animalistic, and completely terrifying. Everything about Killer Croc was nightmarish in Asylum and City, but Blum's growly demonic voice is the icing on the cake. It's no surprise though, as the Arkham games tend to have excellent casting, and as this roles shows Blum has excellent range.

2. Fred Tatasciore (Son of Batman): Given that Fred is one of the go-to guys for heavyset bruisers like Croc, he was a natural fit for the role. And it shows too, like Blum he sounds terrifying and animalistic. I think Blum just barely edges him out, but Fred was a fantastic pick.

3. Fred Tatasciore (Lego Batman 3): Out of the three guys who put on a southern accent for Croc (Interesting choice, by the way), I feel Fred did it the best. Perlman and Williams were fantastic, but I feel Fred has an edge over them because like with his Son of Batman performance, he sounds fittingly bestial while putting on that charming accent of his.

4. Ron Perlman/Wade Williams: I had a hard time deciding if I wanted Brooks Gardner or Ron and Wade in 4th place, but ultimately I think Ron and Wade have the edge here. While the accent is bit jarring at first and they don't sound flat-out monstrous like Fred and Steve, I feel that they both add a lot of personality to the role with the southern accents they used. I particularly love Ron's because his Croc was an absolutely cocky son of a gun, and a smart guy to boot, and Ron's voice oozed with intelligence and confidence. Wade's was also pretty good and boisterous to boot, and I feel that both were more than capable of sounding genuinely menacing when they needed to.

5. Brooks Gardner: I'd say his take on Croc was much better than Kincaid's (Though his was hardly bad itself), I love how deep his voice is, and he was more than convincing as a more tragic take on the character. His voice wasn't quite as monstrous as I would like, but it's good nonetheless.

6. Khary Payton: I have to say that when I first played Origins, I was quite surprised when I found out Khary provided the voice for Croc in this game. It was a good performance, while it wasn't quite up to snuff with Steve's in the earlier Arkham games, it was still a pretty nice voice (Though I have no idea what accent he's using. Cajun? Old-timey Boston?) that shows that Khary has a ton of range! It makes for a decent proto-Blum Croc voice that works for a not as heavily monstrous version of the character.

7. Aron Kincaid: His voice is decent for Croc, though not really a favorite of mine. I feel that it gets the job done for a big, heavyset brute, but it leans closer to the "middle aged chain-smoker) side of the gruffness scale as opposed to the "Terrifying beast man" side.

8. Edwin Neal: I'm not really that fond of his take on Croc, but I really don't know why. It has Steve and Fred's gruffness, but it doesn't quite have a lot of personality to it. I dunno, maybe I'm just weird, but Edwin's Croc just doesn't do it for me.

9. Stephen Root: Now I'm going to preface this by saying that while I love Steven Root... yeah, this wasn't exactly one of his better performances. I mean sure, it's a decent voice in and of itself, but I don't hear Killer Croc at all when I hear it. It's more fitting for a gruff pirate who's had maybe one tankard too much of ale.

All in all, Killer Croc actually has a high-quality range of voice actors over the years. I'd say Steve and Fred are easily the perfect voices for Killer Croc, while Ron, Wade, Brooks, and Khary are all pretty damn good as well. Aron was decent, Edwin was meh, and Stephen was just plain miscast.

I have to say that if I could pick any voice actor to lend their vocal chords to good ol' Waylon Jones, I'd pick Kevin Michael Richardson. His voice is suitably deep enough, and I bet it would make for a perfect Croc if he added a monstrous edge to it.
said at 12:09 PM on Tue Jan 27 2015
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While my vote stays the same. Wade sounds really good so he's 4th place.

And Fred improved, I prefer his voice in Lego Batman 3 over his voice in Son of Batman.
said at 12:38 PM on Mon Jan 26 2015
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While I'm sticking with Khary Payton, Fred Tatasciore (in both Son of Batman and Lego Batman 3) and Wade Williams are pretty good.
said at 10:35 AM on Mon Jan 26 2015
Wade is pretty good in the role, and he reminds me somewhat of Ron Perlman's performance. It doesn't quite have the energy that Perlman had but Williams does good enough. It's not great but he does a decent job, and I think it is a pretty good show of his range here.

It's actually kind of odd how Fred sounds in Lego Batman 3. I was completely fine with his Son of Batman performance and thought it was a great portrayal of the character, yet I find it interesting they went a completely different route here (probably because it's a more kid friendly game.) It also like Williams sounds like Perlman at several points, and it makes me wonder why the accent is starting to be used more.
said at 8:58 AM on Mon Jan 26 2015
Wade's voice reminds me of John DiMaggio for some reason. Fred was pretty good too.

Quick question though: why are Fred and Steve Blum on here twice? Fred I guess I understand since they sound different enough, but why Blum?
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:12 AM on Mon Jan 26 2015
Steve's performances are different enough to warrant two clips
said at 3:16 PM on Mon Jan 26 2015
@Music Meister - I guess, although I kind of have a hard time hearing a difference, outside of a slightly stronger filter in City
said at 3:30 AM on Fri Jan 30 2015
@HyperVoiceActing To me, the main difference was pitch. Steve's voice was very growly in both games, but surprisingly high pitched in Asylum while his City voice was almost demonic sounding.
said at 9:23 AM on Fri Jan 30 2015
@NoxiousSludge - I don't recall his voice being as high pitched in the Sewer section and Game Over screens in Asylum. Just in the interview tapes
said at 12:56 PM on Mon Jun 1 2015
@HyperVoiceActing John DiMaggio voices Killer Croc in Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts.
said at 8:21 AM on Mon Jan 26 2015
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Wow, Wade and Fred's Lego Batman 3 voices almost sound exactly the same, with Fred's having some growl to it.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:16 AM on Mon Jan 26 2015
I think Wade is good but at times he seems to really be forcing the accent and the gruffness but he has great villain delivery.

Fred's Lego performance is also pretty good, a mix of Ron's and Steve's performances but lacks the presence of either.
said at 9:01 AM on Sun Jan 4 2015
Anyone heard Fred Tatasciore as Croc in Lego Batman 3? It sounds like he's impersonating Ron Perlman's take. He's not doing the monstrous voice he did in Son of Batman.
Polyester Funk
said at 11:01 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
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Edwin Neal's Croc looks like Godzilla.
said at 7:34 AM on Sun Jan 4 2015
@Polyester Funk hey!
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:41 PM on Mon Jan 26 2015
It took me a minute to get the joke
said at 12:57 PM on Sat Jan 3 2015
Most of these guys do a fine job

Out of the monstrous, bestial depiction my favorite would be Steven Blum,he just hits all the right qualities for Croc, whiles Khary Payton,who surprised me quite a bit by how gravelly he could sound,does quite well as a younger version of Blum`s Croc. Fred Tatasciore was a natural choice and didn't disappoint at all,and kudos to him for not reusing his Hulk voice.

For the more human version (physically or just mentally) Ron Peralman wins without a doubt,his Cajun accent is a very welcoming change of pace,and his voice has the race balance of brains and brawn. Aron Kincaid gravelly voice and performance fits welll with the more moronic and less threatening version from the animated series.

Brook Gardner seem to getting a lot o phrase and to be honest I don`t get why? He is by far the blandest out of the bunch ,his voice is just deep and nothing more to it,and his performance isn't very impressive either.

Stephen Root version sounds (and looks) pretty akward,but at least I can say that he`s funny.
said at 7:21 PM on Sun Dec 7 2014
For me, it's a tie between Ron Perlman and Steve Blum. I love Steve's monstrous voice, but Ron...man, he really needs to voice Croc again sometime soon, cause that voice of his just works so well.

Fred Tatasciore, Khary Payton, and Brooks Gardner are also some of my favorites, and I feel that Edwin has potential to be great at the role as well. For who else could make a good Croc voice, maybe Kevin Michael Richardson or perhaps Frank Welker.
said at 5:18 AM on Fri Nov 21 2014
My Top 5:

1) Kincaid
2) Root
3) Blum
4) Payton
5) Gardner

I also liked Perlman and Tatasciore.
said at 2:39 PM on Sat Nov 8 2014
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In Batman: Arkham Knight, Killer Croc should be voiced by Richard Moll, Michael Dorn, Wade Williams, Brooks Gardner or James Remar. They'd be perfect for him.
said at 8:43 AM on Sun Nov 2 2014
Brooks Gardner should reprise his role one day, and make it sound deeper and more monstrous.
said at 3:48 PM on Thu Oct 9 2014
How did Steve Blum get in the lead?
said at 3:07 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
@Slick Please stop.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 3:18 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
@Slick Because he has more votes than the others?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 3:28 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
@Slick http://i.imgur.com/WcEWHiJ.png

Seriously though, for the last time, you need to accept that other people have different opinions than you do. In the grand scheme of everything, the fact that your opinions on this don't align 100% with other people's really isn't a big deal and nothing to get too chuffed over.
said at 7:30 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
@chaosincarnate OK I'll stop. I'm just asking how some people got in the lead though. I find it surprising that they got in the lead.
said at 7:31 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
@NCZ I can easily accept that other people have different opinions than me.
said at 5:34 PM on Fri Oct 31 2014
I'm really sorry for asking that question. Really I am.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 12:14 AM on Sun Sep 21 2014
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After hearing Wade Williams in BtB, he's definitely my second-favorite behind Perlman by a small margin.
said at 2:49 PM on Fri Sep 12 2014
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8. Stephen Root. I... don't eve know what to say. It's a charming voice! Just... not one that fits Croc in any shape or form.

7. Edwin Neal. Generic Monster voice. Nothing to write about.

6. Aaron. A good performance, but it doesn't quite mesh, and the watery quality to his voice hampers thing.

5. Fred. His typical voice, but it works well enough. At times it sounds a bit too... cartoony, though, and bad writing (The thing about steroids, Bats, is that I get the /munchiesss/...") sinks it further.

4. Khary. Good work. Sounds like a younger Blum, and decently intimidating, but doesn't quite make it to the realm of great.

3. Brooks. Deep, ear-catching, with good and emotional delivery lending him a sympathetic touch.

2. Steve. An already good performance in Asylum, if at times too high or forced, is mastered in City. He's downright terrifying, and he really hits the bestial tone most of these VAs are going for.

1. Still, I gotta go with Ron, for sounding unique, intelligent, and giving Croc a charm and feel beyond crocodile man. It's just a delight to listen to, and I think could fit in a farther array of situations than most of the other voices. I could very much see Ron play the ruthless yet human New 52 Croc, comforting and sponsoring Roy and taking in and protecting refugees and homeless people while tearing apart anyone who threatens them. And in terms of being terrifying... well, his Slade and Lich King show off his talent for that, and I think it would be /more/ terrifying to imagine facing this cool, collected man stalking you through the sewers, patient and implacable, strolling through like it's a hot summer day and talking about how he's starting to work up an appetite, and that while you probably won't match up to momma's sweet, sweet chicken, and just how nicely those chicken bones snapped, but you'll do. Ron is a versatile, unique performer who could touch on all of Croc's facets and make him unique, and that's why he has my vote.
said at 2:28 PM on Mon Jan 26 2015
@Bookman230 I dig the accent in both Wade's and Fred's takes. A clear Perlman influence, and with my affinity for his performance I'm not complaining. Still, Wade pulls it off better than Fred, who sounds a little forced. I don't know how to say it, but it clearly registers to me as a performance rather than a character. Wade is pretty good, with some moments where he really gels, like when he talks about chewing gum on hot pavement, and fewer but still noticeable moments where he sounds slightly forced, like how he says Batman. Ultimately, I keep Fred where he is, and put Wade just above Khary but below Brooks.
said at 1:39 PM on Tue Sep 2 2014
I was surprised with Khary's performance. It's a tie between him and Blum for me
said at 2:40 PM on Tue Aug 26 2014
I bet Fred Tatasciore can improve his performance, using his Hulk voice with more personality and some of the effects of his Way Big voice.
said at 1:02 PM on Mon Apr 28 2014
1. Steve Blum
2. Fred Tatasciore
3. Brooks Gardner
4. Khary Payton
5. Wade Williams
6. Aron Kincaid
7. Ron Perlman
said at 5:11 PM on Fri Jun 6 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight Wait, when did Wade Williams voice the character? He could turn out to be a superb casting choice though, I'll give you that. :P
said at 5:26 PM on Fri Jun 6 2014
@chaosincarnate "Beware the Batman"
said at 6:50 PM on Fri Jun 6 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight Ah, I see! I look forward to seeing him added to the compare then, I like most of Beware's casting choices as well, for thinking outside of the box with its unique depictions of characters, and who ends up portraying them.
said at 5:51 AM on Mon Apr 28 2014
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Aron is just classic. His higher rasp fits extremely well in making Croc both scary, and helps with some of his comedic delivery at times (I THREW A ROCK AT HIM!!) 8.5/10

Brooks is a very underrated portrayal of the character IMO. His deep voice fits Crocs size and strength very well, and his delivery was very good, especially in his episode with Baby Doll. 8.5/10

I will admit that Rons cajun accent sounds odd at first, but after a while it grows on you. Rons raspy voice plus that accent add some more personality to croc other than just being big dumb muscle, and it is a very welcome decision. 9/10

Steves deep and extremely raspy voice fits extremely well in making Croc a terrifying monster of a man. Plus his delivery at times just sends chills down my back, especially that ending line in Arkham City. 9/10

Edwin has promise here, it's just very sad he didn't have all that much to work with. His gravelly voice fits the design well and again I wish he had been given more material. 7/10

Stephen is still odd. He has this weird accent, and there's just something about it that seems off. It doesn't really show all that much size and big deepness to it like Croc should have, and instead it's a somewhat awkwardly delivered performance from Root. It isn't horrible, it just isn't really that great. 4.5/10

When I saw Khary was going to be Croc I was very skeptical, but I was very surprised here with his portrayal here. He has the great rasp I've never heard Khary use, and it fits very well, and it does sound like a younger version of the Arkham Asylum version of Croc which also fits well. 8/10

Fred was a natural choice here when I first saw him listed in the role, and when I heard him I wasn't disappointed. He has this fantastic rasp to the voice that makes Crocs monstrous side, size, and strength show. 9/10

1. Fred
2. Ron
3. Steve
4. Aron
5. Brooks
6. Khary
7. Edwin
8. Stephen
said at 5:56 AM on Mon Apr 28 2014
@skeletonking1234 Ah crap I forgot about Wade Williams in Beware the Batman.

Wade goes back to using the Cajun accent voice that Ron used, and Wades medium-high rasp fits the character very well, and is very good at sounding sinister. Not really all that much to say, just a good performance on Wades part. 8/10

Just put him between Aron and Brooks
said at 12:04 PM on Sun Apr 27 2014
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I'm sticking with Steve Blum but Fred Tatasciore is a close second.
said at 8:16 AM on Sun Apr 27 2014
Fred is really good. My only problem is that the voice is a tad bit generic, and this isn't exactly out of Fred's normal range. Still excellent though.
said at 8:02 AM on Sun Apr 27 2014
Gonna change to Fred. He sounds the most monsterous and menacing, and he made the voice deep, Steve's high voice is threatening but a bit grating to listen to.
said at 1:44 PM on Sun Apr 27 2014
@pete Note I wasn't having a bit of a headache, so this wasn't against Steve at all, he's actually 2nd now.
said at 4:38 PM on Wed Apr 30 2014
@pete * Was having a headache, though I take this back.
said at 3:31 AM on Sun Apr 27 2014
Fred is pretty good but not as good as Ron & Steve. So my vote doesn't change.
said at 7:35 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
I bet Fred can improve his work, with a deeper, less raspy voice with some effects of his Way Big voice.
said at 2:03 PM on Sun Oct 12 2014
@Slick Yes, he could indeed improve since he's only at a "good" from me right now. And of course I believe he can do a bit better.

But at the same time, I still like his performance as it is.
said at 7:33 AM on Sun Oct 26 2014
I'm glad you agree.
Polyester Funk
said at 10:13 PM on Sat Apr 26 2014
Steve Blum sounds cool in Arkham City. That voice reminds me of someone, but I can't place it.

Khary Payton is a close second. He sounds really similar. Fred Tatasciore is also great. He's the go-to guy for those huge, powerhouse characters.
said at 7:37 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
Fred's the best guy for huge, monstrous, powerhouse characters!
said at 7:53 PM on Sat Apr 26 2014
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Patiently waiting for Wade Williams to get there. He really nailed it as Croc in the newest Beware the Batman.
said at 9:13 AM on Sun Apr 27 2014
@D.A.V.E. Sounds a lot like Ron, with the Soutern accent not as obvious, not a gator on the bayou type voice like Ron did.
said at 7:30 PM on Sat Apr 26 2014
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Fred is really good. His rasp and deepness fit the role very well. I'd say he's on the same level as Brooks and Ron for me
said at 3:01 PM on Fri Mar 21 2014
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Just read on IMDB. Killer Croc will appear in the new Batman: Assault On Arkham movie and he will be voiced by non other than....Tony Todd!!! Can't wait!
said at 12:13 PM on Sat Apr 12 2014
@MerlynTheGreat If this is true, I'm 99.9% sure I'll be changing my vote to him as soon as he's added... I'm gonna go running and skipping with excitement now.
said at 9:01 AM on Sun Apr 27 2014
@PsychicVoiceSpy Best...response..ever hahaha. Unfortunately I have bad news, apparently IMDB was wrong on casting. And since Assault On Arkham will be based more around the Suicide Squad, so sadly no Tony Todd as Killer Croc but it says Kevin Grevioux will voice King Shark, so that's something I wouldn't mind hearing.
said at 7:33 PM on Sat Oct 11 2014
@MerlynTheGreat Sadly, Killer Croc isn't in Assault On Arkham and John Dimaggio voices King Shark.
said at 12:37 PM on Sun Jan 26 2014
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1. Steve Blum- Sounds like a huge, bestial, creepy, reptilian monster, perfect for Killer Croc. 10/10

2. Kary Payton- Sounds just like a younger Steve Blum- Croc. Can't believe it's really him! 9.2/10

Both DCAU voices were good, too. I wasn't too surprised that it wasn't actually Dee Bradley Baker in Arkham City, but now I want to hear him as the next Killer Croc.
said at 12:42 PM on Sun Jan 26 2014

said at 12:46 PM on Sun Jan 26 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight Lol
said at 8:02 AM on Tue Jan 21 2014
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I wonder if John DiMaggio would make a good Killer Croc?
said at 8:34 PM on Wed Jan 8 2014
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I think the perfect Croc would have been Michael Clarke Duncan. Something big, deep, and monstrous, and at the same time very natural sounding.

One of the fan favorite casting decisions for Croc is Vin Diesel, and I 100% agree. (Especially if it was on-camera. Put him through the four hour make-up process and he'd be perfect.)
said at 8:25 PM on Wed Jan 8 2014
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Can I just say the the Cajun accent Croc had with Ron Perlman made me incredibly happy?
said at 8:53 AM on Fri Dec 20 2013
My vote goes 2 Ron because I just like that accent he gives Croc.

Steve does well (as usual) so he earns 2nd for me with Khary 3rd.

Brooks & Aron did pretty good.

Stephen & Edwin weren't the best but they did not bad in my opinion.
said at 8:21 PM on Tue Dec 17 2013
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I think I might actually like Khary Payton's Croc over Blum's, so I'm gonna change my vote to him.
said at 3:05 AM on Wed Dec 18 2013
@Anicomicgeek You're not alone, mate. I do too.
I also like the slight accent he brings to the role.

(Although, exactly what accent it is, I don't know).
said at 8:37 PM on Thu Apr 3 2014
@Anicomicgeek It sounds... vaguely European I guess? I'm not too sure myself.
said at 5:38 PM on Sun Feb 15 2015
@Anicomicgeek Thank You!, Khary Blows ALL Of The Out Of The Sewer! Reply If You Get The Joke.
said at 10:01 PM on Sat Dec 14 2013
1-: Steve Blum: This performance legitimately scared me when playing the game as a younger kid. Really monstrous and fits the more mutated version to a tee.
2-:Brooks Gardener: A great fit for the more humanistic version of the character.
3-: Khary Payton: A nice change of pace for him, reminds me of Steve, but doesn't really get as much to do.
4-:Aron Kincaid: A fairly decent performance, and some of his lines could be really funny ( I threw a rock at him!!! It was a big one...", but it doesn't sound quite brutish enough.
5-: Ron Perlman: Entertaining, but the Cajun accent makes it hard for me to take this version of Croc seriously at points.
6-: Edwin Neal: A good fit, but I need to hear more.
7: Stephen Root: No.... just no. Sounds like a pirate actually.
said at 6:37 PM on Fri Mar 28 2014

"7: Stephen Root: No.... just no. Sounds like a pirate actually."

Um, no he doesn't. O_o
said at 10:38 PM on Fri Mar 28 2014
@Zindkeeper To me, he does. I notice you getting extremely worked up whenever someone disagrees with you. Do me a favor and chill out.
said at 3:26 PM on Sat Dec 14 2013
It's good that Khary Payton's showing his range and the performance was good, but I'm saying something that others have said before, Killer Croc is human, not entirely a monster! Sticking with Ron Perlman.
said at 3:38 AM on Sat Dec 14 2013
Khary Payton is good,this role surtenly shows his range,and the voice he gives definantly sounds like younger version of Steven Blums croc.
said at 9:40 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
Khary was good. Steve's still #1.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:05 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
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Although not super unique, Khary shows his range which is nice.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:01 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
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Jim Cummings could do a good mix of Perlman's and Blum's voices,
said at 7:57 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
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I like Khary but Aron is still tops for me. And Yes I agree too many people seem to forget that Waylon Jones is a HUMAN!
said at 6:26 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
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I'm glad Khary's showing off his range, he's downright unrecognizable.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 4:57 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
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Perlman has the most charisma and range out of these choices and he actually gets that Killer Croc is a deformed human being rather than an upright-walking crocodile in people clothes. My vote's going with him.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:32 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
@CatsTuxedo I think poeple forget that Killer Croc was/is human.
said at 1:50 PM on Thu Dec 26 2013

No offense, but I find it ironic you that said considering, outside of DCU Online, the Croc Ron Perlman voiced is the one who looked most like "an upright-walking crocodile in people clothes".
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 2:00 PM on Thu Dec 26 2013
@Anicomicgeek None taken. To tell the truth, I noticed that bit of irony myself. Kinda funny, actually.
said at 12:19 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
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Khary Payton sounds like a younger version of Blum's AC voice. It's nothing special, but he seems to be enjoying what he's doing and it's not bad for what it is.
said at 6:14 PM on Sun Nov 17 2013
I initially, long ago, voted Perlman. However, my favorite actor has been booted down to 2 now that I've listened to Brooks a bit more. Brooks takes the lead, Perlman in 2, and for a close third is Neal.
Grim Griefer
said at 2:34 AM on Sat Nov 16 2013
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Aaron Kincaid wins by default because of "I THREW A ROCK AT HIM!" I also appreciate that his take was not as gnarly or gravelly as his peers to give contrast to Croc's brutish monstrous appearance.
said at 9:22 AM on Wed Oct 23 2013
I think Michael Leon Wooley should play Croc using his Darkseid voice
said at 4:53 PM on Mon Oct 7 2013
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1. Steve Blum - Sounds perfect for the croc man.
2. Aaron Kincaid - "I threw a rock at him! It was a big rock!" That alone got my vote.
3. Brooks Gardner - Gave a less comical take on Croc, and it worked well.
4. Edwin Neal - Was a solid fit for the character.
5. Ron Perlman - The cajun accent was nice, but his voice sounded too light, not really fitting the design. It grows on you after a while, though.
6. Stephen Root - The weakest of the bunch. Just...what the Hell?
said at 12:39 PM on Sat Sep 7 2013
Im honestly going with Steven Blums,not his first tape withc is meh,but his second one in Arkham city really cathes the monstrous and bestial nature of killer croc

Aron Kincaid,i have one idea what makes his character a croc,but for what it is he does a decet job,giving a matchin gravelly voice to this rather dim witted version of the character

I dont like Brooks Gardner,he just sounds like a generic villain sounds deep take.

Im really disapointed with Ron Pearlman.Im okay with the cajun accent and i like his depiciton in the Batman,but his voice is just so generic,i really expected more from Pearlman.

and the weakest of them all is Stephen Roots his take is a real joke to me,for all purpuses he sound like senile,old southerner with a speach disorder.
said at 7:59 PM on Fri Aug 16 2013
Aron Kincaid is a bit too forced and high-pitched, and the slight accent was odd, but I guess his performance worked out fine. Ron Perlman's is similar, but more over-the-top, and the accent is way too thick for my tastes. Overall, both were ok, but they could've done better IMO.

Brooks Gardner is perfect, his deep voice is obviously more than suitable for a big thug like Croc, and the gruffness only serves to make him more intimidating. Of course, even Croc had his more sympathetic moments in the series but Brooks' performance did deliver on that.

Edwin Neal and Stephen Root are too forced and over-the-top, even more so than Perlman, and while getting rid of the weird accent was an improvement, they unfortunately don't offer anything else to make their voices more distinct than the others. Regardless, I'd be interested to hear more of them should they reprise Croc sometime.

Steve Blum isn't bad, I like how his Croc is quite distinct from his other voices, and he has a sort of gruffness that adds to the character's looming presence. Still, it's a bit too high, and while he improved in Arkham City, it's still a bit light for my tastes.
said at 9:12 AM on Tue Jul 16 2013
Aron Kincaid: 8/10
Brooks Gardner: 8.5/10
Ron Perlman: 9/10
Steve Blum: 9/10 (Arkham Asylum performance), 10/10 (Arkham City Performance)
Edwin Neal: 9.5/10
Stephen Root: 5.5/10
said at 3:42 PM on Fri Jun 14 2013
Ron and Steve tie for 1st with Edwin and Brooks as 2nd and 3rd
said at 1:05 AM on Mon May 27 2013
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Aron Kinclaid- He has a gruff raspy voice but sounds somewhat high which oddly enough fits I think for Croc. 8.5/10

Brooks Gardner- This voice fits croc the best in my mind. He sounds deep, kind of raspy, and powerful. 9/10

Ron Perlman- I love the country/cajun style accent Perlman gave Croc and Perlman has this creepy kind of laidback style of voice for Croc that works very well. 8/10

Edwin Neal- While not getting that many lines, Neal left a great impression and his voice fit extremely well for the part. 8/10

Stephen Root- Its the weakest out of all the Croc voices and it has a strange accent he gave it but it isn't horrible, it just isn't up to the caliber that the other performances are. 6/10

Steve Blum- While I'm not as prone to liking this as everyone else is, Blum did a decent job as the role. My only gripe is that I think he made him a little too raspy, but it still works very well for Croc. 8.5/10

Overall I'll have to go with Brooks with Aron and Steve tied for 2nd and Ron at 3rd
said at 12:39 PM on Thu May 9 2013
I think Ron Perlman is the best but Steve blum is also very good. Brooks Gardner is probably third with Edwin Neal in fourth and I did'nt like Aron Kincaid or Stephen Root because Kincaid played a dumb croc and Root played an irish one which was wierd
said at 2:12 PM on Sat Apr 13 2013
I think Ron Perlman is the best.
said at 1:53 AM on Mon Apr 1 2013
with croc i mean
said at 1:53 AM on Mon Apr 1 2013
to be honest it was kind of hard to tell which is which with blum and baker in AC
said at 1:17 PM on Thu Mar 7 2013
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I LOVE RON PERLMANS PERFORMANCE. I thought the accent was a cool touch that made his voice stand out among the rest. I never liked Arons take. He always felt like won of the weaker voices in BTAS, but Brook did better. I never minded Steven's raspy take, but he did sound better in AC. Edwin Neal sounds like he gave it all he had. Stephan Roots nothing special.
said at 8:33 PM on Fri Mar 1 2013
Steve Blum's Arkham City performance for now.
said at 10:03 PM on Tue Jul 2 2013
@I'm changing my vote to Ron Perlman. Steve Blum still sounds great as a hulking monster in AC (although it's obvious that it's been edited in post), but Ron Perlman just offers so much more personality than any of the other takes that I just can't help but vote for him.
said at 6:56 AM on Mon Dec 17 2012
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Steve Blum's Arkham City performance is how he should've portrayed Vilgax in the original Ben 10.
said at 8:26 PM on Mon Dec 10 2012
Steve sounded bette in Arkham City than in Asylum
said at 11:28 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
Yeah I also heard it was Dee Baker in Arkham City, and he did sound different from the few lines he had.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:49 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
@spike32 You heard incorrectly.

said at 11:23 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
...Umm... Dee Bradley Baker voiced him in Akrham City
said at 11:28 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
@Aussieroth ... OK, ignore that... to an extent. On Wikipedia, it says it's Steve, but IMDB it says Dee... I know how to settle this, ARKHAM CITY CREDITS!!!
said at 11:36 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
@Aussieroth And the game credits don't tell us who voiced who.... How useful is that!?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:50 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
@Aussieroth No, it's Steve Blum.

said at 3:55 PM on Tue Dec 18 2012

IMDb now says it's Blum.
said at 4:49 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
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Brooks Gardner- A good, deep voice for Croc. Might have sounded more menacing with a different type of dialogue.

Steve Blum- Speaking as one of his biggest fans, I have to say I was disappointed by his voice work for AA. I think he pulled off the menace, but it was too high pitched. His work in AC was a step up.

Ron Perlman- As a boy from Lousiana, I have to say I love the accent. Still, it was pretty forgetable to me, at least until I rewatched the episode ;)
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 2:14 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
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Steven's deeper attampt was better but I still prefer Brooks and Ron
said at 1:30 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
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Steve Blum's Arkham City performance is good too.
said at 6:43 PM on Mon Nov 26 2012
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I'm gonna go with Steve Blum. I don't mind his higher voice. I liked Ron Perlman and Brooks Gardner too.
said at 11:07 PM on Sat Dec 1 2012
@coolgeek176 Why do people keep saying Blum's Croc sounds higher-pitched? I don't hear it. :-/
said at 3:17 PM on Sun Dec 2 2012
@coolgeek176 The voice from Batman Dark Tomorrow is not very good in my opinion.
said at 9:41 AM on Sun Dec 9 2012

Maybe this will change your mind! :P
said at 4:56 AM on Mon Dec 10 2012
@Torak He sounds awesome. ;-D
said at 5:34 AM on Sun Nov 25 2012
Though he's not on here (yet) My pick goes to Dee Bradley Baker who did the role in Arkham City
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:11 AM on Sun Nov 25 2012
@Aussieroth Actually, it's still Steve Blum in Arkham City.

said at 2:27 AM on Tue Nov 20 2012
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I'm gonna have to go with Stephen Root for this one, mainly because he's the only VA to actually use a convincing New Orleans Accent. Second would have to be Ron Perlman, for his smoothness.

I'm still waiting for Jim Cummings to be cast as Croc one day...
said at 1:51 AM on Fri Oct 5 2012
I'm going with Edwin. From what little I heard, I just liked it better. Can't really explain it. As much as I absolutely adore Steve Blum, I was never a fan of his Croc.
said at 6:12 PM on Sat Sep 22 2012
1. Brooks Gardner
2. Aron Kinclaid
3. Ron Perlman
4. Steven Blum (If the audio was better, I may like it)
5. Stephen Root
said at 2:16 PM on Sat Sep 8 2012
Dee Bradley Baker voices Killer Croc in Batman: Arkham City!
NCZ (Admin)
said at 1:46 PM on Tue Oct 23 2012
@TC81691 Is there a source for that? People seem split as to whether it's Dee Baker or Steve Blum.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 8:52 PM on Tue Oct 23 2012
@NCZ It's really just speculation although Croc does sound a bit different in Arkham City. Neither of the actor's websites mention it so I have no idea if there is a definitive source.
said at 7:29 AM on Wed Oct 24 2012
@NCZ I saw Steve confirm on his Twitter multiple times that he was Croc in Arkham City.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 10:04 AM on Wed Oct 24 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight You are correct. I've found a tweet where he mentions it.


Case closed. It's still Steve in Arkham City.
said at 8:56 AM on Fri Oct 26 2012
@NCZ There we go. :-)
said at 2:02 PM on Wed Sep 5 2012
If Dee Bradley Baker was in here, I'd vote for him
said at 12:56 PM on Sun Nov 18 2012

Expect that Baker didn't voice him; as NCZ proved, Blum reprised the role in AC.
said at 4:41 PM on Sun Nov 18 2012
@Anicomicgeek Well he did good making a lot of people think that it's two different people. Maybe his Arkham City performance should be added here?
said at 5:10 AM on Mon Nov 19 2012
@Lpfan120 It should definitely be added here.
said at 9:17 AM on Tue Jul 31 2012
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Have to go with Aron. He just had so much *character* to that voice, and was clearly having a blast in the role. Plus, "I THREW A ROCK AT HIM!" *blank stares* "It was a big rock...."

Blum is rather threatening in the role, and I do enjoy Perlman and Root's more Cajun takes.
Sarge Ray
said at 1:00 PM on Fri Jul 27 2012
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I'm confused as to why people choose Steve Blum.

Biggest reason: It's from Arkham Asylum, it's immediately perfect.

I admit that Arkham's Croc is very well-designed, but his voice is kinda off-putting. It's too high-pitched for his size and reputation.

I'll take Perlman.
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 4:03 PM on Fri Jul 27 2012
@Sarge Ray I believe you answered your own question, depressingly enough.

The sad truth is that the public at large is a bunch of sheep. As a whole, they neither care for actual voice talent nor probably even know what it is. If the majority loves a TV show, movie or video game for whatever strange reason (be it stiff, "realistic" character design with too much arbitrary details or a dead-serious, somber tone with a few pathos scenes thrown in for good measure), you could have the blandest, most unidentifiable voices in the world and the sheep will blindly flock to it and sing its praises.
said at 10:27 PM on Fri Jul 27 2012
@Sarge Ray Or maybe because the majority vote aren't a bunch of "sheep" as everyone else assumes and genuinely believe that he's the best performance?
Nightmare Crusher
said at 7:25 PM on Sat Sep 1 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight I wish I could say that was true, but it often isn't. The best example of this I can think of is Thundercats. Tons of votes came in for the new series purely because it was popular. I'm not saying that every vote for voices from the new series was because of that, but it certainly helps.
said at 8:40 PM on Sat Sep 1 2012
@Nightmare Crusher Cool story bro
Nightmare Crusher
said at 2:33 PM on Sun Sep 2 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight Such a well thought out and nuanced argument.
said at 9:59 PM on Thu Sep 6 2012
@Nightmare Crusher There's no need to act cynical towards on the majority vote just because you disagree with it. ;-)
Nightmare Crusher
said at 7:41 AM on Fri Sep 7 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight I was cynical about your response, I actually think Steve Blum was a decent Killer Croc.
said at 12:35 AM on Sun Dec 2 2012
@CatsTuxedo I don't think people just voted for Blum just because he's in Arkham Asylum. I'm pretty sure if Jackie Chan voiced Croc in Arkham Asylum he wouldn't be winning because of how good the game is.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:42 AM on Sun Dec 9 2012
@Sarge Ray He did do a lot better in Arkham City. That's probably where the votes are coming from.
said at 7:42 PM on Fri Aug 16 2013
Or maybe if it's just because it's Steve Blum, it's automatically perfect. -_-
said at 8:24 PM on Fri Aug 16 2013
@pokemastanumba1 I wouldn't be too surprised if a little Blum-fan-bias had a little bit to do with it, but I think the main and major overall factor is that he sounds the most like a monster. While the other actors are good, (I myself prefer Ron Perlman and Brooks Gardner slightly over him because I feel they have more personality) Blum makes him sound the most like a crocodile-mutant-man, and that is a little hard to dispute.
said at 8:49 AM on Fri Jun 15 2012
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Steve Blum, he is the only one who sounds monsterous and threatening. Edwin Neal would have been my pick if he had more lines though...
said at 8:10 AM on Thu Aug 2 2012
@Torak On second thought, even though he may not be in this VC: Dee Baker is my favorite: he got down the deep, threatening voice for Killer Croc perfectly! If only his VC was here...

I take back what I said about Steve Blum (and Edwin Neal too) they don't sound quite deep enough for Croc.

Sorry Steve, but Dee Baker was better!
said at 10:41 PM on Fri Aug 31 2012
@Torak I'm pretty sure that was also Blum in Arkham City.
said at 6:28 AM on Sun Sep 2 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight Nope, it was Dee Baker: here's a link that proves it: http://arkhamcity.wikia.com/wiki/Killer_Croc
said at 8:45 AM on Sun Sep 2 2012
@Torak That's a wiki page; anyone could make up random crap and post it there, and people would believe it. Besides, I remembered Steven Blum tweeting that he did play Killer Croc in Arkham City, albeit briefly.
said at 12:57 PM on Sun Nov 18 2012

To add what TheVengeanceKnight said, Blum confirmed he reprised the role: https://twitter.com/blumspew/status/252082717276114945
said at 4:10 PM on Sun Nov 18 2012
@Anicomicgeek K thanks. Administraitors: please delete my comments about Dee baker, I was wrong: Steve Blum was PERFECT as Croc in AC! :D
said at 2:08 AM on Mon Jun 4 2012
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im with steve but i gotta give Aron a bit of credit for the good little internet joke "i threw a ROCK at him!"
said at 12:11 PM on Sat Apr 21 2012
None of them are really quite right but at a push I'm more inclined to go with Aron Kinclaid and Brooks Gardner. Ron Perlman is a close third but I think he could have done so much better with Croc.
said at 10:17 PM on Thu Mar 15 2012
Dee Bradley Baker did an awesome job voicing Killer Croc in Batman: Arkham City. I'm really glad they replaced Steve Blum from Arkham Asylum. Baker did his deep, Gravemind-like voice for the character, and it sounded perfect.
said at 10:35 PM on Mon Mar 19 2012
@Kyler That was Baker? I thought it was still Steve Blum.
said at 12:11 AM on Tue Mar 20 2012
Nope, it was Baker. Sounded better than the raspy voice Blum had given him in Asylum.
said at 3:22 AM on Tue May 8 2012
@Kyler I remembered Blum confirming on his Twitter (@blumspew) that he was Killer Croc in Arkham City, albeit briefly.
said at 12:58 PM on Sun Nov 18 2012

It was indeed Blum back in the role: https://twitter.com/blumspew/status/252082717276114945
said at 6:09 PM on Tue Mar 6 2012
Waylon Jones AKA Killer Croc Is Black Right Why Don't Just Get Black Guy To Talk For Him Like Kevin Michael Richardson Or Keith David
CatsTuxedo (Moderator)
said at 7:40 PM on Tue Mar 6 2012
@B.A.Alcantra Who says you have to be black to play a black guy? That just kind of defeats the whole point of acting; it shouldn't matter what race you are as long as you can play the character right.
said at 9:37 PM on Tue Mar 6 2012
@CatsTuxedo I Know That But The Big Black Dude In Underworld Should Voice Act Killer Croc
Nightmare Crusher
said at 5:02 PM on Fri Mar 9 2012
@B.A.Alcantra Race shouldn't be a factor in casting. I've heard white actors play black characters and sound very convincing, and vice-versa. The same goes for all races. It shouldn't matter if the actor is a man or woman or any race. A good performance is still a good performance.
said at 11:17 AM on Sat Jul 21 2012
@B.A.Alcantra Dude, he's a giant crocodile.
said at 3:58 PM on Sat Nov 17 2012
@B.A.Alcantra Brooks Gardner sounds black.
said at 3:58 PM on Sat Nov 17 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight When he was human he was black though.
Madness Abe
said at 7:26 PM on Sat Feb 25 2012
I do like Steve's Croc, but I just like the Aaron's voice. That and the great "I THREW A ROCK AT HIM" line does it for me.
said at 4:18 AM on Fri Jan 6 2012
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1. Steve Blum
2. Brooks Gardner
3. Ron Perlman
said at 7:56 PM on Thu Dec 29 2011
1.Edwin Neal
2.Brooks Gardner
3.Steve Blum, and Ron Perlman
4.Aron Kincaid and Stephen Root
said at 12:13 AM on Mon Oct 24 2011
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I actually like Steven Blum's Killer Croc, so I'm gonna go with him, though I do think making AA Croc being 11 feet is pushing it. I know some people criticized as not being deep enough, but I disagree about that. That said, Ron Perlman, the late Aron Kincaid, Edwin Neal and good, too.
said at 5:20 PM on Mon Oct 24 2011
@Anicomicgeek Sorry, I meant to say "That said, Ron Perlman, the late Aron Kincaid, and Edwin Neal are good, too."
said at 11:38 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012

His AA performance is still good, but Blum's AC performance is indeed better.
said at 8:39 AM on Mon May 2 2011
All are excellent but I really think Edwin nailed the monstrosity that is Killer Croc. While the character design in DC Universe Online looks horrendous, he sounds awesome.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 4:41 PM on Sun May 1 2011
As much as I like Steve Blum I really dislike his Killer Croc voice. A deep voice is alot better for the role and my favorite is Brooke
said at 11:13 PM on Wed Mar 30 2011
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Steve Blum's Croc is perfect, but you really should replace his voice clip.
said at 2:09 AM on Mon Mar 28 2011
Aron Kincaid for me, he had a voice that sounded human yet reptilian at the same time, remember Croc is "supposed to be" someone with a skin condition, not an actual reptile. At least that's how the original was intended.

Ron Perlman comes in 2nd, but only after Andrea Romano came on board and was able to sustain the accent so to speak.
said at 6:10 PM on Sat Feb 26 2011
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Kincaid was great in "Almost Got 'Em"

said at 5:06 PM on Sat Feb 26 2011
In DC Universe Online he looks like the '98 Godzilla, I'm voting for either Brooks Gardner or Edwin Neal.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 12:26 PM on Sat Feb 26 2011
Let's see here:
1. Brooks Gardner
2. Edwin Neal
3. Ron Perlman
4. Aron Kincaid
5. Steve Blum
said at 8:18 AM on Sat Feb 26 2011
I'm going with Ron Perlman! I think the Cajun accent works well with Killer Croc.
said at 12:13 AM on Sat Feb 26 2011
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I'm going with S.J.B The voice just seemed to suit Croc perfectly. I thought Aron was a little too high sounding for Croc. I'll go with Ron Perlman as my second choice. Once you get use to the accent, he did a really good job.
said at 11:08 PM on Fri Feb 25 2011
Ron Perlman as well, but I could do without the accent.

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