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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Abomination with sound clips and images.
(Note: Kevin Schon and Jon Curry were excluded from this VC since they only did grunts for the role of Abomination here.)

Abomination is one of the foes of The Incredible Hulk whom made his comic book debut debut in Tales to Astonish #90 in April of 1967. Abomination was formerly Emil Blonsky whom is a officer of the KGB forces from the Soviet Union whom willingly absorbs plenty of Gamma Radiation so he can turn into the Abomination. Abomination is one of the earlier "Evil Counterparts" to the Hulk as he too is a big green monstrous creatures that is very strong however he maintains his intelligence, has a healing ability and can breath underwater as well (however unlike the Hulk he can't turn back into his original human form). 

Created by Pokejedservo on Sun Nov 6 2011, 30 Comments, Add Comment
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The Incredible Hulk (1996) (1996)
AbominationRichard Moll
Richard Moll
The Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction (2005)
AbominationRon Perlman
Ron Perlman
The Incredible Hulk (2008)
AbominationTim Roth
Tim Roth
The Super Hero Squad Show (2009)
AbominationSteve Blum
Steve Blum
The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes (2010)
AbominationRobin Atkin Downes
Robin Atkin Downes

EDITOR'S OPINION

Today on the Incredible Hulk VC section we have this VC on one of Hulk's foes... ABOMINATION! In this VC we shall so something slightly different as I indirectly give you all my 3 top choices here...

1. Ron Perlman & Tim Roth- Tim's voice had a suitably monstrous feel even if he only had a few lines, Ron Perlman is a bit inconsistent as he sounds better in the cinematics than he did during the gameplay. (But while Ron's voice for the role is suitably deep enough he didn't quite seem monstrous enough in the gameplay but he certainly did in the cinematics though.)

2. Steve Blum & Robin Atkin Downes- I might've rated Robin a bit higher since his voice for the role does have a low and monstrous feel but one thing that does set it back a bit is the somewhat odd choice of an accent here. Okay I suppose its an attempt as a tie-in to the Incredible Hulk movie since Tim Roth (and Robin) is British but still it does seem a little strange to hear a somewhat Cockney accent on the Abomination but other than that Robin's work is good. While Abomination was depicted as a bumbling dumb muscle in Super Hero Squad I was pleasantly surprised on how Steve Blum was able to do a lower and more gruffer voice for the role and despite trying to give a sillier performance it still seems suiting for the role here in a way.

3. Richard Moll- His work is not bad but while he definitely tries to sound beastly for the role here but Richard's voice was a bit too high for the role here. So yeah if Richard's Abomination voice was deeper I would've rated him a bit higher here.

Overall that was my indirectly top 3 here as none of these guys seem all that "perfect" for the role here but Ron Perlman and Tim Roth are the closest here. 


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Anicomicgeek
said at 11:55 PM on Wed Mar 19 2014
Listening to his Heroes United clip, I'm gonna change my vote to Robin Atkin Downes.
Finister2
said at 9:11 AM on Thu Feb 13 2014
I wonder if Richard McGonagle would make a good Abomination?
Fulgore2005
said at 5:25 AM on Sun Jan 26 2014
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Don't know why Marvel keeps casting RAD in this role.

I don't find his performance interesting, save when he tries the Russian accent.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 1:05 PM on Tue Dec 17 2013
Oddly enough, Steven's SHSS voice is the better of all the times he's done Abomination. His Lego voice was super inconstant, whether it was on Steve's end or the person in charge of his effects. While his AI voice was too high and Vilgax-y.

That said, everyone here did alright. I prefer Ron but I've yet to hear the perfect Abomination
DVJ
said at 8:17 AM on Wed Jan 8 2014
@Music Meister I can see by now that for every hit Steve Blum has at voicing a Marvel character (Wolverine,Green Goblin,Red Skull,Sauron,Taskmaster...) he also got a miss (Venom,Rhino,Rocket Raccoon,Lizard,and now AI Abominacion)

Plus he could easily pull of the role if hr just used his Killer Croc voice from Arkham City.
GothamRed
said at 5:20 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
Kind hope Robin's russian version gets added, it is different from this version.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 5:28 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
@GothamRed It will not
Ross123
said at 3:10 PM on Fri Dec 13 2013
Tim may have only 1 line but he is my favourite.

I feel as though I have to go with Richard 2nd with Robin 3rd.

Ron did ok as did Steve.
Galactic_Cyrus
said at 2:00 PM on Thu Oct 3 2013
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Tim Roth, Ron Perlman, and Robin Atkin Downes sound identical. Richard Moll is fine, but I can't help hearing Two-Face when I listen to him. Steve Blum is always awesome, even as a comic relief Abomination.

I'm going with Tim Roth overall.
Xymor
said at 11:37 AM on Wed Sep 11 2013
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Im going with Robin Atkin Downes,he has god monstrous feel to it and i really dont mind the accent.
Ron Pearlman is second,he sound incredibly deep and monstrous,if he had just some more growl in his voice he would be perfect
Stven Blum is great as a cartoony version of the character,having a suficiantly low and gruff voice,i would like to see himdo a serious version of the character
The only bad one is Richard Moll,he does sound beastly,but the voice is to high and raspy.
spencermalley935
said at 9:00 PM on Mon Sep 2 2013
Ron Perlman for me, Robin Atkin Downes sounds like a Vinnie Jones impersonator and Richard Moll is basically doing his Two-Face Voice.
Fulgore2005
said at 4:12 AM on Tue Aug 27 2013
Tim Roth sounds more monstrous. In a good way.
VctrBnsn
said at 2:22 PM on Mon May 13 2013
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I don't see the problem with Robin's accent. I can hardly tell there is one. BTW, I really like how they potrayed Abomination in that series, a bit like the movie but mostly like the comics. Plus, he wasn't just dumb muscle. He actually had intelligent conversations with the likes of the Leader and Baron Zemo.

I will give props to Steven Blum for going int a lower register without sounding too forced. Richard Moll I believe could have done better under better direction.
pete
said at 12:02 AM on Fri Mar 15 2013
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Changing to Robin Atkin Downes. Next is Richard Moll. Ron Perlman shouldn't have the effects and Tim Roth needs more of his lines.
TheVengeanceKnight
said at 5:55 AM on Mon Feb 25 2013
Hands down, Robin Atkin Downes.
TheVengeanceKnight
said at 5:55 AM on Mon Feb 25 2013
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LordofEvil96
said at 8:44 PM on Sun Feb 10 2013
1. Tim Roth: His voice is perfect. Not to deep. Not to high. And it does have a good savage quality for it.
2. Robin Atkin Downes: Again very good and savage. The only thing that bugs me is the accent.
3. Ron Perlman: Ron does a good job but the voice is a little too deep and over modulated for my tastes
4. Richard Moll: Not bad for the first portrayal of Abomination but he's too high for the role and Richard is usually very good at doing deep growling voices.
5. Steve Blum: Weird and just plain bad sounding. I think he'd word better for a more serious version of Abomination.
Anicomicgeek
said at 11:54 PM on Wed Mar 19 2014
@LordofEvil96

Regarding the example for Robin Atkin Downes, that's because EMH decided to based their Abomination's off Tim Roth's.
TheVengeanceKnight
said at 3:10 AM on Sun Jan 13 2013
Robin Atkin Downes all the way.
GerPer92
said at 7:21 PM on Tue Nov 27 2012
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Tim Roth rocked.
coolgeek176
said at 9:46 AM on Mon Nov 12 2012
I think Ron Perlman is the best. Tim Roth and Robin Atkin Downes are good too.
coolgeek176
said at 11:22 AM on Sat Mar 16 2013
@coolgeek176 I'm switching to Robin Atkin Downes.
Mr.Fennoy93
said at 11:07 PM on Sun Jul 29 2012
We need John DiMaggio as Abomination.
shadowvegeta
said at 2:57 PM on Sun May 20 2012
1. Robin Atkin Downes
2. Ron Perlman
3. Richard Moll
4. Tim Roth
5. Steve Blum
Anicomicgeek
said at 2:21 PM on Fri Nov 18 2011
Personally, I like Ron Perlman best, though they're all pretty good. Regarding the whole Russian accent thing, not only is he a spy, but you also have to remember that Ultimate Destruction, The Imcredible Hulk movie, A: EMH went with different backstories, too: UD's Blonksy was an NSA agent, the movie had him as a member of the British Royal Marines, and according to his bio in both the offical website and the tie-in comic, EMH Blonsky has a similar background to the movie version.
SmartyBoyboy
said at 1:48 PM on Tue Nov 8 2011
1. Tim Roth
2. Ron Perlman
3. Robin Atkin Downes
4. Richard Moll
5. Steve Blum
pete
said at 10:24 PM on Sun Nov 6 2011
I went with Richard Moll just to give him a vote since I like his performance.
Curt
said at 8:54 PM on Sun Nov 6 2011
ever notice that NONE of them have a Russian Accent?
pete
said at 10:23 PM on Sun Nov 6 2011
@Curt He's of Russian decent but who knows how Emil Blonsky talks
D.A.V.E.
said at 12:33 AM on Mon Nov 7 2011
@pete

Well, he was a Soviet spy before his transformation. But, just like Black Widow, he wouldn't be a good spy if he had an accent, now wouldn't he?


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Steve Blum
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