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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Miek with sound clips and images.
Miek is a secondary protagonist in the Hulk franchise (to be more precise the "Planet Hulk" stories) whom made his Comic Book debut in Incredible Hulk Vol. 3 #92 in April of 2006. Miek is a insectoid that is native to planet of Sakaar but during his youth his father and most of his hive were slaughtered by Local Imperials so he had to go underground. Fortunately Miek was rescued by Hulk when they were outcast slaves to the Red King but was freed when Hulk defeated Red King. Miek was originally depicted as a rather meek insectoid creature whom befriended Hulk when Hulk was willing to protect but he does get considerably braver over the course of his story.
Created by Pokejedservo on Sun Feb 5 2012, 11 Comments, Add Comment
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EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the Hulk VC section we take a look at this insectoid from Sakaar... MIEK! Lets begin...
Samuel Vincent- A natural choice for the role as his rather high-pitched voice would suit an insectoid creature such as Miek rather well as his performance was also very suiting for Miek's persona as well. So in another words Samuel was very well cast for the role and its a fine example of his voice work.
Dave Wittenburg- An interesting change of pace for Dave here (and mind you I am aware that he can do higher voices) but still Dave's voice for the role was very good. Dave's performance was good as well as he did give it a good effort to play Miek as a lovable coward as much as possible (especially considering on how unlike other stories Miek's was always a coward in this show). But still Dave's work on the role is a good example of his work and one of the better performances of a "One-Shot" character in the show.
Benjamin Diskin- Ben's voice for the role is rather good (and he seems to be trying to channel Andy Serkis' work as Gollum/Smeagol even more so than Dave). While Ben seems to be playing Miek a bit calmer than his predeccesors his performance does still fit Miek's "Lovable Coward" persona rather well.
Overall all of these guys are good but I will go with Samuel Vincent just a bit more here.