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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Constrictor with sound clips and images.
Constrictor is a known Marvel Comics Super-Villain (but has had a few stories as an Anti-Hero before) in which his comic book debut was in Incredible Hulk Volume 1 #212 in June of 1977. Constrictor's real name is Frank Payne and he was an agent of S.H.I.E.L.D whom was about to go undercover to infiltrate the criminal group the Organization as a Super Villain and was given Cybernetic Coils made of Vibranium but when he did try to infiltrate that group he had a nervous breakdown and became an actual super villain instead. Constrictor has battled several known Marvel Heroes in the past and has joined several organizations over the years (the most known cases are the Serpent Society and the Shadow Initiative). While the Constrictor is a well trained fighter he generally relies on his powerful coils (which were provided by none other than Justin Hammer).
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the Marvel VC section we take a look at this former S.H.I.E.L.D agent... CONSTRICTOR! Let us begin...
Cam Clarke- While it seems fairly obvious that Cam was chosen as a placeholder since in the 1st season Constrictor only had one line in one episode. That being said Cam's voice for the role is pretty good as it does have a good snake-like quality to it and while its an okay example of Cam's work in general it does work with the role fairly well.
Troy Baker- In the 2nd season Constrictor does get a bigger role in the show (though in this case by bigger role I meant had more than one line). Anyways Troy did fairly well with the role as he seems to be more playing the role as a Brutish Thug (though he does seem to occasionally slip into his Two Face voice a bit, not complaining though.) Anyways Troy's voice and performance for the role is fairly suiting and it is a pretty good example of his and the show's voice work.
Overall neither of these guys are perfect for the role but I will go with Troy a bit more here.