Created by Music Meister on Nov 3 2013
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EDITOR'S OPINIONLen Carlson: While the Swamp-Thing show has gotten some criticism for how cheesey and goofy the show could be, Len was very good. He gave Swamp-Thing a very deep but gentle voice, I particularly like when Len got to monologue. You could to feel the weight he suffers and Len does a great job at making Swamp-Thing sympathetic and not go overboard with it. A stand out of the series.
Chilimbwe Washington: Chilimbwe was also good, giving a very similar deep but gentle voice. However, Chilimbwe sounded flat and even monotone on some lines, whether it was yelling or talking calmly. I do think he sounded fitting as Swamp-Thing but could have put a little more in the role.
Michael Dorn: While it wasn't hard to tell it was Michael, I like that Michael did something different with his voice and still fit Swamp-Thing very well. I think he could have been a little more energetic. I don't think he was stiff or anything but I just think he needed a bit more "oomf" in his delivery. Still, Dorn was a natural choice and it shows nicely.
JB Blanc: JB was an interesting choice but I think he was just decent. Nothing really bad but JB just sounded a little light when compared to the others. Though in JB's defense Swamp-Thing didn't appear much and even when he did his majority of lines were him under Poison Ivy's charm (then there is of course the "plant puns" that were pretty eye rolling). I can't say JB was bad but for what he needed to be, he fit nicely.
Mark Hamill: Mark is a natural choice for Swamp Thing but here he just does a normal voice with vocal effects added on. He's rather generic compared to the others.
Roger Cross: Roger has the right general idea but I felt he could have been better though Swamp-Thing does not get a whole lot of screen time.
Overall, I enjoyed Len Carlson the best with Michael Dorn second, Chilimbwe third, Roger Cross forth, JB fifth and Mark last.