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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Captain Marvel with sound clips and images.
Here we have the Goliath in Captain Marvel, one of very few superheroes who can stand right up there with Superman. I'm not too familiar with the character myself except knowing his powers are drawn from magic and the ancient story of King Solomon.
Created by Foxwolf on Wed Dec 2 2009, 90 Comments, Add Comment
Special thanks to Jackson_H, Cypo, UltimateCharm, Music Meister for additional sound clips.
EDITOR'S OPINIONIn Justice League Unlimited, he was granted a celebrity voice, one of my favorite actors, Jerry O'Connell. This version of Captain Marvel was clearly younger, still learning to be a hero. So O'Connell did capture the innocence and naivety that the character played in the story. Looking up to Superman and the Justice League, feeling lucky to be part of the team, only to be disappointed.
In Batman Brave and the Bold, Jeff Bennett took on the very short cameo appearance of Captain Marvel, and with what little lines he had, he gave the character strength and valor. He also played out the goofy and campy nature of the show with his "dinosaur" line.
Kevin Delaney played the part in MK VS DC with what I can only describe as a rather typical superhero voice. Rather generic. I felt the same voice could've been used for Superman without any necessary change.
And finally, voice over legend Corey Burton took on the short role in Public Enemies. I think Burton nailed the part. With the origin of his powers coming from ancient mystical times, Burton gave Captain Marvel a voice that was majestic and honorable, much like a knight from Medieval times. Funnily enough, this type of voice sounds very narrator like in the old superhero cartoons, but it seemed to fit the character perfectly.