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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Queen Bee with sound clips and images.
Queen Bee is a foe of the Justice League whom is an enemy of the Justice League and she made her original comic book debut in Justice League of America #23 in November of 1963. Queen Bee has had 4 alter egos over the years in which most of them have super powers such as super strength & speed along with poisonous darts and the ability to release a mind control powder (though not all of her alter egos actually had any powers). But still despite which version we are talking about they are mainly known as a Queen whom is trying to control the world using manipulation and mind control (though the methods differ on which version we are talking about). Queen Bee has worked with other villains such as Lex Luthor and Brianiac before (though she has a bit more of a history with the latter than the former).
Created by Pokejedservo on Mar 27 2012, 13 Comments
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the DC Universe VC section we take a look at this vile insect monarch... QUEEN BEE! Let us begin...
Abby Craden- Abby's work on the role is pretty good as it does have a suitably regal tone to it fitting for an evil queen. Abby's voice work here does suit the role fairly well but its only a pretty above average performance in general but to be fair it is another good example of the voice work in the game.
Cyndi Williams- I was a little pleasantly surprised with this one as out of all the Queen Bee voices here Cyndi's voice for the role had the most "insect" feel which works for the role well. As for Cyndi's performances it does suit a proud queen whom is eager to conquer the world pretty well so in another words its a good example of the voice work in this game.
Marina Sirtis- The Queen Bee that Marina played was the normal human one (the ruler of the land Bialya) in which she was depicted as an evil manipulative femme fatale and Marina played the role like that VERY well! Marina's voice and performance for the role had a very sinister and seductive feel which suited the role very well and is a fine example of Marina's work. (In which yes Marina is pretty much reusing her voice for Demona but it still works for the role well).
Overall all 3 of these ladies are good but I will go with Marina Sirtis a bit more here.