Created by Pokejedservo on Aug 26 2010
EDITOR'S OPINIONAlright folks here is the latest VC for Inuyasha and this time its for the titular character himself! How is this possible you ask? Well read on and find out but first things first lets get to the reviews shall we? Anyways in the North American release of InuYasha he is voiced by Richard Cox in which is quite possibly his most famous (and in a way infamous) performance. Richard's voice and performance is one of the reasons why Inuyasha has been compared (both favorably and unfavorably) to Male Ranma from Ranma 1/2. (Though to be honest I do kinda blame Rumiko Takahashi a bit more about the similarities lets just say.) But still say what you will about the various reasons why Inuyasha has received some Hype Backlash lets just say but I always did like Richard Cox's work as Inuyasha. While Richard is well known for voicing hot-headed young punks and this is no exception but Richard is also capable of doing well with the more somber scenes that Inuyasha is in. (In fact some of you might be surprised why I picked a rather somber scene for Richard but lets just say the 2nd clip here is why.) But still while its not one of my favorite performances in that dub I always did like Richard Cox's work as Inuyasha.
And now I shall finally answer how is a Voice Compare for Inuyasha is possible by still using official English voices. Well believe it or not there is a English dub of the show made for the Southeast Asia market shown by Animax Asia. Unfortunately footage for this dub is extremely rare but from what little I have heard I was pleasantly surprised by Inuyasha's voice in this dub. And in the Animax Asia dub Inuyasha has a nice moderate-toned youthful voice and while I admit I can only find footage of the Animax Asia dub of this scene from the 148th episode but from what I've seen here while its not REALLY great but all things considered this performance is actually pretty good. Overall I suppose I am still going with Richard Cox a bit more but I do like them both.