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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Blacklash / Whiplash with sound clips and images.
Blacklash (or Whiplash) is a Super-villain that is normally known as a foe of Iron Man whom made his debut in Tales of Suspense #97 in January of 1968. Blacklash and his alias Whiplash has been the alter ego of more than one individual over the years (and whether if Blacklash and Whiplash are the same or not does differ on which continuity he is in). But while more recent incarnations have given him cybernetic armor one consistent thing about him is that his only attack is his electric whip attack (even then sometimes its two whips and sometimes its one). Over the years Blacklash / Whiplash has been involved with other Super-Villain groups in the past (though he was initially known as an Enforcer for the Criminal Syndicate the Maggia).
Created by Pokejedservo on Fri Feb 3 2012, 24 Comments, Add Comment
Special thanks to Cypo for additional sound clips.
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the Iron Man VC section its this man with the Electric Whip... BLACKLASH / WHIPLASH! Now lets go...
James Avery- Not bad, his voice does sound a little forced but I suppose it is a somewhat interesting change of pace for Avery but its not one of his better performances but it does work for the role fairly well anyways.
Dorian Harewood- I do like on how Dorian did try to make his voice a bit gruffer for the role which does kind of work for the role. While Dorian's overall work on the role here is pretty good on its own merits well while James Avery is a fine actor and all but this show does give evidence that Dorian has a better vocal range.
Zach McGowan- Zach's work on the role was pretty good, sure its kind of generic as a Super-Villain voice but Zach's performance was interesting as he does seem to be playing Whiplash as a New York Disgruntled Worker and does it pretty well.
Peter Kelamis- Now this is rather impressive as Peter actually makes Whiplash sound well you know... Menacing. But still Peter's voice and performance for the role has a suitably sinister feel to it (and I did like the metallic effects in his voice as well) in which this is one of Peter Kelamis' more interesting performances.
Overall I am clearly going with Peter Kelamis here as the other 3 are not bad but Peter's work on the role was easily the most impressive one here.