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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Marvin White with sound clips and images.
Marvin White is known as a secondary protagonist in the DC Comics verse whom was originally made for the 1973 Super Friends animated series but first appeared in the 1st issue of the Super Friends comics from 1976. While Marvin (and Wendy) was created for the show just for the sake of having a kid character in the series because of the fact that it was a show made for children the comics did flesh his character out a bit more. While Marvin never had any super powers he is very much a fan of Super Heroes as he and Wendy were depicted as caretakers of the Titans Tower in the Teen Titans comics during the mid 2000s. Marvin is often known as a well meaning but dorky teenage boy whom wears a cape with a shirt with a "M" on it and is normally known as the owner of a dog by the name of Wonder Dog.
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the DC Universe VC section we have a little something for this fella whom was originally from the Super Friends... MARVIN WHITE! We shall begin with the original Super Friends series in which Marvin was voiced by Frank Welker. Frank Welker is one of the most renowned VA's of all time but Marvin White on the other hand was never really all that renowned lets just say. (But then again the "Junior Heroes" were one of the bigger reasons why people often looked down on the Super Friends series.) But to be honest I was never really all that bothered with them as I did like Frank's work as Marvin. Frank played Marvin as a young goofy dork and he pulls it off pretty well and its a good example of the voice work in the original Super Friends series.
Nearly 4 decades later Marvin appeared for an episode in the recent Young Justice in which Nolan North voiced Marvin White here. While I admit Nolan's voice for the role did slightly surprise me at first I did end up liking it pretty quickly as Nolan also does a pretty good job playing Marvin as the goofy young dork that he is. But anyways Nolan was quite a natural as Marvin and it was a fine example of the voice work in Young Justice. Overall I am not sure who to go with here as both of these guys did the role pretty well.