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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Deadpool with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Marvel Universe

Created by Pokejedservo on Oct 28 2009
Special thanks to TylerMirage, solidejake for additional sound clips.
Marvel: Ultimate Alliance (2006)
Deadpool / Wade WilsonJohn Kassir
John Kassir
X-Men Origins: Wolverine (2009)
Deadpool / Wade WilsonSteve Blum
Steve Blum
Hulk Vs. (2009)
Deadpool / Wade WilsonNolan North
Nolan North
Marvel Super Hero Squad Online (2011)
Deadpool / Wade WilsonTom Kenny
Tom Kenny
Ultimate Spider-Man (2012)
Deadpool / Wade WilsonWill Friedle
Will Friedle
Marvel Heroes (2013)
Deadpool / Wade WilsonMatthew Yang King
Matthew Yang King


Ah the wonderfully infamous Deadpool, he may have started his comic book life as a horribly blatant rip-off of Deathstroke/Slade from Teen Titans. But over the years he has developed a comically insane persona that has made him one of the most renowned fan favorite recent comic book characters. (In which his alignment is pretty much always Chaotic, its just that it varies between Good, Neutral and Evil.)

In X Men Legends 2 and the Marvel Ultimate Alliance series he is voiced by John "Crypt Keeper" Kassir. The good folks at Activision and Raven Software did certainly have their fun with Deadpool here and John Kassir's performance definitely shows that. Some have wondered if John's voice is a bit too high for Deadpool but personally I had no problem with it to be honest. In fact I would say that John's voice for Deadpool certainly did fit as his infamously chaotic persona.

In "Hulk Vs." he was voiced by VA Nolan North and I must say its quite an interesting change of pace in his handiwork lately. (I never deemed him a bad VA but the characterization in his roles can be a bit too brooding for my tastes.) Anyways Nolan's handiwork as Deadpool is alike John's (except that Nolan's voice is lower) but still it definitely works just as well.

And last but sadly kind of the least is Steve Blum as Deadpool (or shall I say Wade Wilson) in the X Men Origins Wolverine game. Now Blum is by all means a great VA but sadly he didn't get anywhere near as much material to work with as the other two. Seriously Wade didn't really have all that much to say in the game. But to be fair Activision was just going with a half-way decent stand-in for Ryan Reynolds, and Steve Blum did get the job done. (Though I do feel pretty confident that Blum would do well if he got to voice Deadpool with a bigger role.)

Overall none of them are bad but I am going with John Kassir and Nolan North the most.

(Update: Tom Kenny and Will Friedle voiced him in SHS Online and Ultimate Spiderman both did a fine job delivering amusing performances that do suit their respective more light-hearted productions rather well. I think they do the role just fine as well along with John and Nolan so in other words I still think that most of them did just fine with this role.)



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said at 11:49 PM on Wed Mar 28 2018
1. John Kassir
2. Nolan North
3. Matthew Yang King
4. Tom Kenny
5. Will Friedle
6. Steve Blum
said at 4:07 PM on Mon Feb 5 2018
 1 Shout Out!
Nolan North is easily my favorite Deadpool. He's plain hilarious in the role not to mention tons of fun to listen to heck the only person I could see beating him is Ryan Reynolds. However on a side note did he really show up in Ultimate? Dear god how did that work out? The guy's literally a walking M rating you can't just put him in a kid's show and expect him to be just as good.
8000 Saiyans
said at 6:21 PM on Mon Feb 5 2018
@Soul-dragon Yup, he did.
8000 Saiyans
said at 8:56 AM on Tue Oct 17 2017
 5 Shout Outs!
Nolan North is perfect as Deadpool.
8000 Saiyans
said at 4:59 PM on Thu Nov 30 2017
Matthew Yang King is my second favorite Deadpool voice. Love his delivery and energy. He should definitely reprise.

Will Friedle is good. Sure, he can be a bit high-pitched and grating, but I'm sure that better direction he could tone down his voice.

John Kassir has a fitting voice and he sounds good, but sometimes he lacks energy. If he had more energy, he'd be just as good as Nolan, Matthew and Will.

Tom Kenny is a perfect casting choice for Deadpool, but he lacks energy for the part.

Steve Blum doesn't get much to work with, but I know that much like Tom, he would nail Deadpool with better direction and more material.

1. Nolan North
2. Matthew Yang King
3. Will Friedle
4. John Kassir
5. Tom Kenny
6. Steve Blum

I think Peter Kelamis, Brian Drummond, Scott McNeil, Rob Paulsen, Eric Bauza, Ian James Corlett and James Arnold Taylor would be great voices for Deadpool.
said at 10:56 AM on Sun Aug 6 2017
 2 Shout Outs!
I pick Nolan North.
said at 6:49 AM on Tue May 30 2017
 1 Shout Out!
1. Kassir
2. North
3. King
4. Friedle
5. Kenny
6. Steve
EPA Deane
said at 5:42 AM on Tue May 2 2017
 3 Shout Outs!
"You're not allowed to crush his hopes and dreams and force him to do what you want him to do unless you're his real parent! He needs someone who'll love him and teach him how to shoot a gun and only show him the good porn! Someone like ME!"

Deadpool has ordered me to type up my Top Five Favourite voices for him..... If I don't he is going to Force Feed Chimichangas down my throat "Til Ickle Deaney's Bladders Burst".....


Here are my Top 5 Favourite voices for Wade Wilson:

5. Will Friedle/ Tom Kenny
4. Matthew Yang King
3. Jason Spisak
2. John Kassir
1. Nolan North

Future VA Suggestions:

Kevin T Collins would be AWSOME as Wade Wilson. I imagine a More Raspy, Canadian version of his Senbei voice from 'Ah! My Goddess!' would fit the 'Merc with a Mouth'.

Rob Lowe would be very solid as Deadpool, using a more Deranged and Quick Witted version of his Captain Marvel voice.

I also Recommend Eric Bauza, Christopher Gorham, J Michael Tatum and Jeremy Piven.
said at 9:02 PM on Sun Mar 5 2017
 5 Shout Outs!
North gets my vote. Honestly Steve could make a really good Deadpool, given the proper material to work with.
said at 10:12 PM on Wed Feb 22 2017
 1 Shout Out!
1. Nolan North
2. Matthew Yang King
3. John Kassir
4. Will Friedle
5. Steve Blum
6. Tom Kenny (no offense; He's still an awesome VA, just don't think this was the best fit for him; my opinion only, don't take it to heart)
said at 3:59 PM on Sun Feb 5 2017
1. Will-kinda wish this guy voiced Lincoln Loud
2. John
3. Matthew
4. Nolan
5. Tom =-[
6. Steve 0_0
said at 12:40 PM on Sun Nov 13 2016
 1 Shout Out!
John Kassir's delivery got better:
said at 12:43 PM on Sun Nov 13 2016
In Ultimate Alliance 2.
Shaun Ince
said at 7:10 AM on Mon Aug 22 2016
 5 Shout Outs!
Might as well go into extensive detail on what my favorite Deadpool voices are.

1. Nolan North. At this point in time I consider him to be the definitive Deadpool voice. He had the most reprisals out of any other VA and it continues to get better each time. His comedic timing & rapid fire delivery is what puts him above the rest. Also considering Nolan is very good at improv it only helps the performance that much more.

2.Matthew Yang King. I'm actually pretty impressed with Matt here. It's basically the happy medium between Nolan & John Kassir's takes on the character. It conbine's John's raspiness & Nolan's fast delivery. I wouldn't mind him reprising the role somewhere in the future.

3.John Kassir. While he kinda set the standard for Deadpool voices, his delivery feels too slow & sluggish. Not a bad performance just needed some fine tweaking.

4.Will Friedle. While he has the rapid fire delivery of Nolan & Matt, his voice in general is just super grating to me. Imagine Ron Stoppable but pinch up the annoyance to 100 and you have Will's Deadpool in a nutshell. I can't be too harsh on him, he was restricted to a kids show and without those restrictions he'd make a much better Deadpool outside of USM. The performance works for the show, but as an overall Deadpool performance I don't rate it very highly amongst the others.

5. Tom Kenny. The performance feel too, calm I suppose? This is another role I could see Tom Kenny shining in, but in the Super Hero Squad game he comes across as sounding too subdued & not energetic enough.

6. Steve Blum. Steve unfrotunately gets the crappy end of the stick here. He's restricted to Wade Wilson in the game and nothing more. He just sounds bland. Which is a shame, because I can see Steve being a great Deadpool if he was given the opportunity.
The Doctor
said at 1:42 PM on Sat Nov 12 2016
@Shaun Ince Nolan North was "restricted" by the Lego game, but he was still able to have his usual comedic charm, so I'm not sure that Friedle playing the character in a kids show is a good excuse.
Shaun Ince
said at 1:45 PM on Sat Nov 12 2016
@The Doctor I know it's a terrible excuse but it's the only excuse I could think of at the time. Regardless, I still find Friedle unbearable in this role. To where I'm putting him below Tom Kenny
8000 Saiyans
said at 7:02 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
@Shaun Ince I think Will could do much better if he wasn't that high-pitched.
Lion's Edge
said at 5:07 PM on Sat Jun 18 2016
 4 Shout Outs!

1. Nolan North - Like Steve Blum's Wolverine, Nolan North IS Deadpool. His voice is arguably rather "normal" compared to his comics voice... but his performance is literally so fantastic that you forget that, and he just becomes Deadpool. The energy and personality he implements into his performance, the sense of comedic timing, the rapid-fire delivery, it just all accumulates together into complete PERFECTION. The one thing is I would love to let Nolan tackle some more emotional and human moments for Deadpool... but, on the other hand, none of these actors really have gotten that chance. Still, Nolan soundly has my vote on this one.

2. Matthew Yang King - While not perfect (at times, it does sound a little forced in how "goofy" it sounds, such as the first line of the clip), the bombastic volume and energy he puts into it definitely show potential and make it an enjoyable performance. He has the same rapid-fire delivery as Nolan and a surprisingly fitting voice and tone for him to boot; he just needs another opportunity to start polishing the performance.

3. John Kassir - His voice and performance is great, and his voice probably fits closer with a comics Deadpool... but the delivery just is too slow for me now, I find. At times, it comes off as clunky and I'm sure that, if he got to reprise, he'd really be able to shine in the role again. Still, I gotta give him props for helping to make Deadpool popular to begin with, and it's still a darn good performance.

4. Tom Kenny - ...I find it really strange how... straight Tom delivers this. The dry, sarcastic wit is well-delivered, but... it's just so strange seeing a dry and witty Deadpool; I'd expect that more from Spider-Man. Deadpool was more about high-octane energy by comparison and the performance is just TOO subdued. But, for a SHS performance, it is a standout, and one I could see translating well to other media.

5. Will Friedle - It is grating at times, I wholly admit, and I don't particularly care for the deaging of Deadpool. But, for the show he's in? I honestly enjoyed it. The fourth wall comedy and delivery fit Wade a lot better than it does Spider-Man, and it cannot be denied that Will brings a lot of energy to the performance, and even does pretty well with the violent side despite the writing's constraints. Passable, but I'd prefer Will as Spider-Man in all honesty.

6. Steve Blum - Hearing Wolverine as Deadpool is so surreal. And I think it could work, but he never really gets to play Deadpool. Only a generic Wade Wilson. So, really, there's not much of anything I have to say

CASTING COUCH: I have two ideal Deadpool voices--Quinton Flynn and Josh Keaton. Quinton, I imagine something akin to a more manic version of his Axel/Lea voice, but he has a great sense of comedic delivery and cockiness that would fit well with Deadpool, and could even pull off the emotive moments.

But Josh? One word: Destroyman. Literally, this one performance alone, to me, embodies why Josh would make a FANTASTIC Deadpool. The manic energy, the cockiness, the bombastic delivery, the psychotic violent moments are there, he's got great comedic timing... and, in NMH2, he got to play New Destroymen--the original split in half, with two slightly different voices--proving he could even pull off the inner voices/quote boxes to boot!
said at 7:18 AM on Wed Aug 31 2016
@Lion's Edge What about Rino Romano? He would've been perfect for Deadpool if he were in X-Men Evolution.
said at 3:00 PM on Wed Mar 30 2016
Man I thought I was going to vote Nolan, but I REALLY forgot how good John was.

1. John Kassir
2. Nolan North
3. Matthew Yang King
4. Tom Kenny
5. Will Friedle
6. Steve Blum :(
said at 10:09 PM on Mon May 23 2016
After watching the Deadpool movie and recalling Nolan's performances, North will receive my vote.
Shaun Ince
said at 7:14 PM on Sat Mar 5 2016
 4 Shout Outs!
Reynolds does make a great Deadpool for the live action movie. Would be interesting to see him voice him in a cartoon or even a video game based off the movie(If they decide to go that route) I'm just wondering if his acting from that movie translates well to voice acting.

Although, in my personal opinion, Nolan North is still the best Deadpool when it comes to animation & the video games. He's had loads of time to voice him & make the performance his own.
said at 9:06 PM on Mon Feb 15 2016
1.Ryan Reynolds
2.Nolan North
3.John Kassir
4.Will Friedle
5.Matthew Yang King
6.Steve Blum
7.Tom Kenny
said at 3:48 PM on Fri Feb 12 2016
 12 Shout Outs!
Nolan North IS Deadpool. Seriously since 2009 almost every appearance Deadpool has made, (mostly in the games) has been done by him and honestly it's safe to say he just fits the "Merc With The Mouth" to a tee. He played a more antagonistic Deadpool in Hulk vs. Wolverine which is where he began the role as and he did a great job playing the more villainous depiction there but since then he's continued to voice Deadpool in a more heroic light. He's had the most time in the role and thus adds the most personality to Deadpool bringing a perfect blend of chaos and comedy. I'd love for him to get the chance to play Deadpool in his more dramatic moments which sadly he has not had the opportunity to do so yet but based on his other work, I think he will nail it when the time comes for that.

Matthew Yang King is a really close second. He brings a lot of that same kind of over the top energy that Nolan has been able to voice him.

John Kassir is third. I've heard that he has the most fitting voice for the character and I can sorta see that, though my main issue is that his delivery is kinda too slow and clunky for a over the top energetic character like Deadpool. If he got to play Deadpool with more energy and funnier he'd be excellent.

I actually like Will Friedle as Deadpool. He's kind of grating but Deadpool is suppose to kind of be like that. The energy he brings to the role is pretty good all things considered and he also does well with bringing Deadpool's more violent side to life. He's my fourth favourite.

Tom Kenny is decent but I find he plays the role way too straight. I get that SHSS is suppose to be for kids but he really lacks the energy for the role. He plays Deadpool with a dry sarcastic wit but Deadpool is anything but dry. It's a shame, I know he could do Deadpool so much better.

Steve Blum is decent but I really don't hear much of an emulation of Ryan Reynolds. He has the least amount of material and honestly having Wolverine voice Wade Wilson is just weird IMO. I'm surprised Nolan didn't voice him in Origins. I've always considered him to be a great voice match for Ryan.

Overall I have to give this to Nolan North, Deadpool is by far my favourite role of his. Matthew, John and Will also do well in the role too but Nolan still reigns supreme in my books.

HONOURABLE MENTION: I just got back from seeing Deadpool in theatres and Ryan Reynolds absolutely killed it as Wade, he truly is the perfect live-action Deadpool and both he and Nolan North are tied as the all-time greatest Deadpool.

BONUS: Hearing that Deadpool was originally going to be voiced at someone at Ocean in Hulk Vs. Wolverine before they brought Nolan North on-board had me thinking that who would be a great fit for Deadpool. I actually think Kirby Morrow would make an awesome Deadpool, if he brings a level of insanity and energy that Nolan does he'd rock the role IMO. Orion Acaba actually can pull off an amazing Deadpool based on that Deadpool vs Batman video I saw. I hope he gets the chance someday for real. I could also see Sean Schemmel, Jerry Jewell, Robert Tinkler or Matthew Mercer pulling him off really well.
EPA Deane
said at 1:03 AM on Mon Mar 6 2017
@Autovolt Trevor Devall was the Ocean Group Voice Actor that was originally cast as Deadpool.

I imagine the voice he would have used would have been Similar to his Rocket Racoon voice.
8000 Saiyans
said at 7:01 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
@EPA Deane How do you know that, Mr. Know It All?
EPA Deane
said at 7:58 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
@8000 Saiyans I can't remember where I read that, So It Might have been an Unreliable source.....

That Being said, I do not appreciate being given a Condescending Attitude Like the One you Have Given Me.
8000 Saiyans
said at 8:07 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
@EPA Deane I was just joking with you, pal.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:36 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
@EPA Deane Citation needed. I have yet to see a source that confirms this.
EPA Deane
said at 4:41 AM on Mon Nov 6 2017
@Shaun Ince I can't remember my Source and I think it might have been taken down.
Shaun Ince
said at 12:43 PM on Thu Feb 11 2016
Slightly unrelated but as of typing out this comment I have seen the new Deadpool movie. Ryan Reynolds is a great Deadpool in the movie. Would be interesting to see whether or not he'll voice him in animation or a video game and seeing whether or not his acting translates well to voice acting. His previous attempt didn't turn out so well (Green Lantern)
said at 9:24 PM on Mon Feb 1 2016
For me, my vote goes to Kassir. I mean, think about it, Deadpool technically had cancer before the Weapon X experiment, so, once he does get his healing factor, I think it's more suitable for him to have a gravelly voice like what Kassir gave him. Also, I have to say that Kassir did improve in MUA2. I mean, he captures the energy much more in that game than MUA1.
While I do understand that to most people, Nolan is Deadpool, but, to me, he just sounds too normal in terms of his voice. His energy is really good, but, he just doesn't fit The Merc With a Mouth as well as Kassir does in MUA2, in my opinion.
The Doctor
said at 1:56 AM on Tue Dec 22 2015
 12 Shout Outs!
1. Nolan North
His voice is probably little bit too "normal" for Deadpool (considering that in the comics he has been described sounding like "broken glass" or something to that effect), but man does he make-up for with his personality. He is over-the-top and violent, and he loves every minute of it. Simply put, he is embodiment of everything that makes Deadpool. Ryan Reynolds has extremely hard act to follow.

I would love to see what Nolan could do with the character, if he was allowed to stretch his dramatic muscles little, since Deadpool is more than just walking meme-machine. But, to be fair, I'm not holding it against him, since none of the actors here have really had a chance to do so.

2. John Kassir
John's voice is arguably the most fitting voice for Deadpool to date and his overall performance is also really dam good. He has same the qualities that I love about Nolan North, but he is still making the role his own. Objectively speaking Nolan and John are probably near-equal, but I personally like Nolan better, since he has played the role more and thus had more time to truly make it his own.

3. Matthew Yang King
I was originally planning to give him the no. 2 spot, but listening his clip again, he has some noticeable flaws. Especially in the begining, he is trying little bit too hard to sound goofy and it kinda feels like he was playing Deadpool as drunk. To be fair, the clip is from beta version of the game, so we don't know whenever or not he would have sounded like this in the finnished version, if they had kept him in the role. Nevertheless, he was still pretty good and showed a lot of potential. Would love to see him reprise the role.

4. Tom Kenny
This just confuses me. Tom Kenny has history of playing over-the-top characters, Deadpool is over-the-top character and SHHS fanchise is hardly know for making its takes on the characters down to earth. So why in the hell is Tom's Deadpool so monotone and frankly even kinda bored? Is this clips from Bizarro World or something? I'm sure that Tom could knock this role out of the park, but for now I'm not impressed.

5. Steve Blum
It's kinda hard to compare him to everyone else here, since he is playing Wade Wilson before he became Deadpool. He does fine job and I can't really criticize his performance all that much, but he doesn't stand-out anyway either. They could have at least given him some jokes, like Ryan Reynolds got in the movie.

6. Will Friedle
said at 2:16 AM on Sun Dec 27 2015
@The Doctor OMG, the reaction to Friedle. XD
Shaun Ince
said at 8:54 PM on Sun Jan 3 2016
@The Doctor Your reaction to Friedle is the same as mine. I find him really annoying as Deadpool.
Shaun Ince
said at 2:33 PM on Wed Nov 4 2015
 6 Shout Outs!
Will Friedle's take is really annoying. While I'm aware that annoyance is something that Deadpool is known for, there has to be some charm to him. Friedle has none of that. They crank up his annoyance to 100 which in turn makes him come off as completely obnoxious. I think the voice direction, on top of the complete overhaul of his character in USM is one of the reasons I do not like Friedle in this role.
said at 6:51 PM on Sat Aug 29 2015
 2 Shout Outs!
Sticking with Nolan North, though Matthew Yang King was also good.
said at 11:52 AM on Tue Aug 11 2015
 4 Shout Outs!
1) Nolan North: As a lot of you know, North is one of my favorite modern voice performers, and his Deadpool role is one of the main reasons for that. Full of energy, completely off the wall and excellent comedic timing, North really made the role his own and I don't think anyone can replace him.

2) Matthew Yang King: Marvel Heroes once again surprised me with it's casting choices. King is really awesome in this role. He hits the same buttons as North, yet his voice is different enough to make his performance unique.

3) Will Friedle: I really enjoyed Friedle as Deadpool. He's pretty different compared to North and King, but he has the same amount of energy as the previously mentioned actors, which is a plus.

4) Steve Blum: I'm going to be pretty lenient with Blum here, because even though this is not what I would imagine Deadpool to sound like, it's really a pretty solid performance that fits Wade Wilson before he became Deadpool. I wonder how he would play the more traditional Deadpool, though.

5) Tom Kenny: I really like Kenny's dry, sarcastic attitude. Sure, it isn't as energetic as the others, but I think it's a lot better than other performances in that game.

6) John Kassir: The first guy to play the character gave a pretty decent performance. I kinda like the others better, but Kassir really did well, too. The only thing that bugged me about his take it's that it's a little bit lacking in energy at times and his delivery is kinda slow, but other than that, it's pretty decent.
Shaun Ince
said at 9:34 AM on Thu Jul 23 2015
 4 Shout Outs!
1.Nolan North
2.Matthew Yang King
3.John Kassir
4.Will Friedle
5.Steve Blum
6.Tom Kenny
Shaun Ince
said at 9:32 AM on Thu Jul 23 2015
Here's a question that's probably on a few people's minds. Is there a chance that Ryan Reynolds is going to this VC? Any replies are appreciated.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 11:55 AM on Thu Jul 23 2015
@Shaun Ince If he voices Deadpool in something, sure. For now, no. I think I remember people asking if the test footage is legit enough to warrant his inclusion, but considering that it was simply test footage rather than a finished product and not meant for public consumption, I wouldn't say it's site-worthy.
Shaun Ince
said at 12:49 PM on Thu Jul 23 2015
@NCZ Yeah I figured that would have been the case. We can only hope that he voices Deadpool in an animated production to warrant him a place on this VC.
The Doctor
said at 2:59 AM on Sun Feb 14 2016
@NCZ But how come Matthew Yang King is here when his voice is from the beta version of the game? I don't mean to be rude or anything, just curious what makes his case different.
said at 5:48 PM on Wed Jul 22 2015
I'm Going With MYK Until Ryan Comes Here.
said at 10:13 PM on Mon May 4 2015
1. Nolan
2. Matthew
3. John
4. Tom
5. Will/Steve
said at 11:56 AM on Mon May 4 2015
Congrats Mattew, you're now my 3rd favourite Deadpool VA.

Right behind Nolan & John of course.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 9:21 AM on Sun May 3 2015
 6 Shout Outs!
Wow, Matthew Yang King sounds pretty good!
said at 3:53 PM on Fri May 1 2015
 2 Shout Outs!
Matthew does good but there is absolutely no chance that I will be able to change my vote, I have to stick with Nolan, he's the voice that comes in my head when I think Deadpool.
Shaun Ince
said at 3:11 PM on Fri May 1 2015
Matthew Yang King sounds pretty good. Sounds very Nolan/Kassir esque in my opinion. I'd put him above Kassir.
said at 1:28 PM on Fri May 1 2015
Matthew Yang King does a pretty good job; though the way he talks (not so much the voice itself) sounds very much like Nolan and kinda just makes me want to hear him instead. XD It may just be because he's voice-doubling though; I wouldn't mind him having another shot at the role someday.
The Doctor
said at 12:52 PM on Fri May 1 2015
Matthew REALLY suprised me. He was really dam good. Maybe little rough at the edges, but to be fair he had very little to work with. Would love to see him reprise the role someday.
said at 2:48 PM on Fri May 1 2015
@The Doctor King's voice is what I expect Ryan Reynolds to sound like in the new movie. I can be wrong, but it's just a feeling.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 10:50 AM on Sat May 2 2015
Mat was the original voice for the Beta but they felt he sounded too much like his Human Torch so they brought in Nolan.
said at 10:53 AM on Sat May 2 2015
@Comicfan117 Matthew voiced Deadpool in the beta version of the game. They recast Nolan for the final version because Matthew also voiced Human Torch in the game and the two characters sounded too similar.
said at 12:13 PM on Fri May 1 2015
 2 Shout Outs!
Matthew was really, really good. Still going with Nolan North though.
That said I'd like to hear Matt in this role again someday.
solidejake (Moderator)
said at 12:04 PM on Fri May 1 2015
I easily rank King a second place in this compare. If it wasn't for Nolan North being perfectly cast as Deadpool, he'd be leading the bunch (and probably would have been in the final cut of Marvel Heroes).
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:54 AM on Fri May 1 2015
 1 Shout Out!
Wow, MYK was pretty awesome as Deadpool. It is pretty cool to hear a more rough Deadpool and he makes it work but could use some polishing.

I'd rank him second along with Will and John
said at 11:29 AM on Fri May 1 2015
Matt does a surprisingly good job here I think. The energy he adds is just the right level, not too over the top and annoying. I honestly wouldn't mind seeing him play the character again. At times he does sound kind of like a teenager going through puberty, but really that's my biggest complaint with Matt, but it's not really saying much honestly.
said at 11:12 AM on Fri May 1 2015
Dang, I kind of like Matthew Yang King. He's delightfully demented, but never to the point where it's overacting. I also kind of like the more tough sounding Deadpool, and not the man-child voice most voice actors seem to do.

1) Nolan North
2) John Kassir
3) Matthew Yang King
4) Will Friedle
5) Tom Kenny
6) Steve Blum
said at 8:28 PM on Wed Mar 25 2015
Tom Kenny, No, Just no..
said at 5:42 AM on Wed Mar 11 2015
1.John Kassir IS Deadpool, He's Voice Sounds Like He Is Gargling Gas And Gasoline And That's What Deadpool's Supposed To Sound Like!
2. Trust Me I Like Nolan But He Really Didn't Fit Deadpool, I Mean He Had The Energy!, Unlike Kassir But Still Nolan's Second For Me
3.Tom Kenny Sounded A Bit Like John Kassir But Not All The Way, But Still Good.
4.Ryan Reynolds Is Too Young Sounding For Me But Overall Fits Deadpool Pretty Much.
5.Will Friedle Is Bad And I Mean BAD! He's Too Young Sounding And He's Voice Is So High Not High High But You Know What I Mean!
6.Steven Blum Was Good Working For The Wade Wilson Part But Really Work For Deadpool.
Overall, Kassir Has The Voice, Nolan Has The Energy, Tom Kenny Was Good For SHSO, Reynolds Has Good In Him,Friedle Sucked And Blum Was Good For The Wilson Part.
said at 6:19 PM on Fri May 1 2015
@ArticleTheWasbi Welp, MYK Has Surpised Me, He Has My Vote.
said at 11:25 PM on Thu Feb 12 2015
 1 Shout Out!
1 John Kassir
2 Tom Kenny
3 Nolan North
4 Steve Blum
5 Will Friedle
said at 11:18 PM on Thu Feb 12 2015
 2 Shout Outs!
John Kassir gets my vote
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:17 AM on Sat Dec 13 2014
 3 Shout Outs!
I don't like to do this a lot but I just saw Death Battle's Deadpool vs Deastroke and Takahada just nails Deadpool. Almost Nolan level
Shaun Ince
said at 8:24 PM on Sat Dec 13 2014
@Music Meister Is that supposed to be sarcasm or not? :)
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:30 PM on Sat Dec 13 2014
@Shaun Ince
No I honestly enjoyed Taka as Deadpool
said at 4:38 AM on Sun Dec 14 2014
@Music Meister I personally felt that his voice was too high/young, but it certainly wasn't bad.
Shaun Ince
said at 8:31 PM on Sun Dec 21 2014
@Music Meister Fair enough. I'd say it's decent but it's not Nolan North level by any means. I prefer Taka to Will Friedle however.
said at 6:04 AM on Wed Nov 12 2014
My Top 5:

1) North
2) Friedle
3) Blum
4) Kenny
5) Kassir
said at 2:36 PM on Sat Oct 25 2014
This might sound like an out-there idea but Trevor Moore from Whitest Kids U Know as Deadpool?
said at 11:19 PM on Sat Oct 18 2014
 1 Shout Out!
John Kassir and Nolan North are both so very equally perfect. They're two totally different voices, but suit all of the Merc with a Mouth's qualities to an absolute tee.

I could picture Tom Kenny doing an infinitely better job under different circumstances (a more unique voice, and different project involving Deadpool). Steve didn't really have much to go on, but works just fine for a meh portrayal, whereas Will Freidle's obnoxiously grating voice, while somewhat enjoyable and fitting, is my least favorite.
said at 9:40 PM on Tue Jul 29 2014
 2 Shout Outs!
Take a look at Ryan Reynolds in the Deadpool movie test footage that was officially released by Blur Studios and director Tim Miller today. Reynolds is awesome in that! He's definitely #2 on my list. It's just going to be incredibly hard to top Nolan here.

1. Nolan North
2. Ryan Reynolds
3. Will Friedle/John Kassir (tie)
4. Tom Kenny
5. The horribly miscast Steve Blum
Shaun Ince
said at 8:05 PM on Sun Oct 26 2014
@AscendedVegeta Reynolds won't be added until the DVD release of the Deadpool movie.
said at 9:36 PM on Mon Apr 21 2014
 3 Shout Outs!
Kassir's voice is iconic and fits the bill. Deadpool is supposed to talk like he's been gargling gasoline. That's why his speech bubbles are yellow.

But Nolan North just has the energy and the better comedic timing. If he horsed up the voice he does for Deadpool just a bit more, It'd probably be spot on. In fact the one line he says "Still have that unbreakable skull" sounds exactly how he should talk all the time.

I didn't mind Will, In fact as much as I hate the show he was on..... the episode he played Deadpool in, was probably the most entertaining episode of that entire show. I also love how one minute he speaks in a funny voice but on a dime can switch to his evil voice. I strangely get a kick out of that.

So basically the best Deadpool voice for me would be Nolan North doing a more horse voice like John but also switching back and forth from menacing to funny chaotically like Will.

So I'm going to have to go with Nolan North on this one. He's the closest voice to Deadpool I have in my head.
said at 4:15 PM on Sun Feb 23 2014
 4 Shout Outs!
Kassir has the voice for it, but North has the energy. Overall, though, I'm going with North.

Steve Blum and Tom Kenny seem half-assed, honestly. And I just found Will Friedle annoying, even though some of the jokes he made were fairly decent.
said at 2:23 PM on Sat Feb 15 2014
 1 Shout Out!
Nolan North IS Deadpool!!!
said at 10:40 AM on Mon Feb 10 2014
 3 Shout Outs!
You know when I think of Deadpool with Will's voice I don't laugh, but if you replace the voice with Nolan North and watch Ultimate Deadpool again, it just sounds funny. It goes to show that not anyone can voice a character, you need the right voice to get the reaction you want.
said at 6:44 PM on Sun Jan 19 2014
 1 Shout Out!
While it isn't official, Orion Acaba voiced Deadpool in this one vs. match:

Obviously he isn't going to top Nolan, but I thought he was AWESOME!!!!!

As for who I like(That's a little obvious though), I'll number them for now:

1. Nolan North
2.John Kassir
3.Will Friedle
4.Tom Kenny
5.Steve Blum

If Orion was official, he'd be 2nd or 3rd for me.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:53 PM on Wed Jan 15 2014
 5 Shout Outs!
1. Nolan North: Nolan is to Deadpool as Steve Blum is to Logan or Fred is to Hulk, he just IS the character. While his portrayal in Hulk vs is hilarious, it is actually his weakest performance as Deadpool. Nolan truly BECOMES Deadpool in the Deadpool game, he's funny, chaotic, full of energy but can transition for those small moments where Deadpool needs to be a little sinister.

2. Will Friedle/John Kassir: I thought Will was a pretty good choice for Deadpool, he had the right energy and delivery and he did make me laugh a couple times. I do think his voice should be lower, he would briefly go into a lower voice at times and it fit rather well. John on the other hand had the opposite problems, I thought his gravely voice was pretty distinct and fitting for the role but while John had good delivery on several lines (his special dialog with poeple are the best example) he didn't have the same energy that was needed for the role. Overall, I think both actors deserve more chances at Deadpool.

3. Tom Kenny: I'm really sorry to say this but Tom sounds phoned in. He's energetic when NOT in a role, how does he sound so bored? That said Tom's voice did feel right for Deadpool so he does have the potential.

4. Steve Blum: I have to call miscast here. Yeah he didn't get a lot of lines but I cannot picture that voice for a long period of time for Wade Wilson. I don't even understand, he doesn't even sound like Ryan Renolds why Blum of all choices?
said at 9:11 PM on Wed Jan 15 2014
@Music Meister And it's sad because I think Blum would make a FANTASTIC Blum. Oh well. Ihoping that maybe he'll get another chance soon enough.

...Or... some point in the future, reverse the favored roles: have Steve as Deadpool, and Nolan as Wolverine.

Call me crazy, but it just might work.
said at 9:12 PM on Wed Jan 15 2014
@DreamMaster08X *a fantastic DEADPOOL

Well, this is my most embarrassing typo to date. ( ._.)
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:27 PM on Wed Jan 15 2014
@DreamMaster08X Maybe if he did a different voice for Wade Steve would work but I dunno
said at 12:19 AM on Sat Dec 21 2013
1. Nolan North: He's spectacularly hilarious as Deadpool. He nails the role so perfectly and it's no wonder he's so good at it.
2. Will Friedle: It's an Underrated take on the character. Will was given this role because Deadpool had to be written to be appropriate. And he did nail the role well
3. Steve Blum: He needed more to work with, but It was good.
4. John Kassir: He sounded rather slow and sluggish, but the pitch and tone was perfect :)
5. Tom Kenny: Hate to say, but this was one of Kenny's worst. He sounded way to deep and boring to be deadpool.
said at 6:49 AM on Sat Dec 21 2013
Shame, cause Tom Kenny could be a great Deadpool, especially since cartoony, funny, over-the-top characters are his specialty
said at 1:14 PM on Sat Oct 19 2013
 6 Shout Outs!
Maybe it's just me but after watching some of his video game reviews I think Jon "Jontron" Jafari should take a shot at voicing Deadpool. Granted he probably wouldn't be on the same level as Nolan North, but he has the right amount of insanity, randomness, and humor to pass as Deadpool.
said at 2:03 AM on Sat Nov 30 2013
@LordofEvil96 ^Agreed.
Jontron would make for a good lighthearted take.

While Egoraptor could be a great serious take.
(Or whatever counts as serious for Deadpool).
said at 11:51 AM on Sun Oct 6 2013
Nolan is the best as he is funny & sounds serious at the same time.

John is another good Deadpool actor.

Steven makes a good Deadpool but didn't have the jokey 2 him. I think he should get another chance 2 voice him again if Marvel lets him.

Saw that episode of Ultimate Spiderman & I thought Willie's voice was a pain in the ass. He was sooooooo annoying & it made me want 2 get a gun so I could shoot the tv but I sat through the whole thing anyway + where I come from, very very few people have guns so 4 weapons people carry knives (just like Deadpool, sort of as he has swords).

Tom was ok though not the best.
said at 3:40 PM on Fri Oct 4 2013
 5 Shout Outs!
Both Nolan North and John Kassir do VERY well as this character, but Nolan edges out a little more. Steve Blum had potential but he didn't get enough of a role to work with. Tom Kenny's alright for the Deadpool he's playing, and Will Friedle is my least favorite here. He's not very funny, just annoying, and the voice is too young and high pitched.
said at 4:20 PM on Sat Oct 5 2013
@Galactic_Cyrus - To be fair, the Deadpool here IS younger, not to mention he didn't have a lot of good material to work with (despite that the episode was written by THE Deadpool writer Joe Kelly)
said at 6:47 PM on Sat Oct 5 2013
@HyperVoiceActing I know, but it sucks that Will plays him so obnoxiously. Just doing his Ron Stoppable/Blue Beetle voice alone would've been enough, but the voice direction had to make him go over-the-top...
said at 12:54 PM on Sun Oct 6 2013
@Galactic_Cyrus - Isn't Deadpool ALWAYS over the top?
said at 12:56 PM on Sun Oct 6 2013
@HyperVoiceActing A character can be over-the-top without SOUNDING over-the-top. Deadpool should be deadpan as much as he is hammy. His tone should vary. Will just seemed to play it goofy all the time. Shame, since in some of the lines, you DO hear the potential.
said at 7:59 PM on Wed Sep 25 2013
To elaborate on my opinion, I've always loved Nolan, he has a lot of personality, and really knows how to entertain a crowd (myself included). His breaking of the fourth wall is always good for a laugh, and his jokes never get old. His performance alone is what (almost) redeemed U/MvC3 as an enjoyable fighter for me, and he really seems to have fun with the role too. In short, Nolan was very much a perfect casting choice for the role all around.

Will Friedle is...okay. He comes off as more obnoxious than funny, though considering the show he's in, I suppose it's appropriate at the very least. The same can be said for Tom Kenny more or less, but again, the material he had to work with didn't do Deadpool any justice. Maybe they could've done better, but I digress.

John is rather meh; his voice is too gravelly, and doesn't have the same amount of energy as the others. His was a rather forgettable performance overall.

Steve Blum was absolutely horrendous as this character. He's just using his normal voice, like he does with 99% of his characters (come on, whatever happened to originality). He doesn't even TRY to sound funny! Maybe his wasn't a bad voice, but it's a terrible Deadpool (if that's even Deadpool in the first place).
Nightmare Crusher
said at 4:42 AM on Thu Sep 26 2013
@pokemastanumba1 I find it funny that you claim to be sick of hearing people talk about Steve Blum when you actively seek out compares to bash him on in some manner. And no, that wasn't really Deadpool, just Wade Wilson.
said at 8:54 AM on Thu Sep 26 2013
@Nightmare Crusher ^ Pretty much this, especially since Pokemastanumba1 posted his opinion three times already.

I get wanting to post again after a compare is updated, I really do. But what's the point when your views are already elaborated on?

At this point this Steve Blum bashing has become really transparent, not to mention old and tiresome. Besides, he only has one vote and has only voiced Deadpool once, there's especially no reason to get all up-in-arms over Steve Blum on this comparison of all things.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 9:26 AM on Thu Sep 26 2013
@pokemastanumba1 Is there at all a rational reason why you so loathe Steve Blum with the passion of a thousand suns? Every single comment you've made about Blum lately is made solely to annoy people and only makes you look petty.

And as mentioned above, this instance is particularly reaching considering that Blum is voicing Wade Wilson and not Deadpool. Come on, man. Just stop.
said at 10:28 AM on Thu Sep 26 2013
@pokemastanumba1 It is time for you to be equalized...
said at 7:10 PM on Thu Sep 26 2013
@pokemastanumba1 Dude, I thought you were over this by now. Please, move on. You seem pretty cool and smart at times... why keep this going? Let's just move past this. Steve Blum's probably going to be voice-acting until he dies and he's going to take whatever work he can get, no need to get this personally angry with him whatsoever. It's just the man's job.
said at 7:48 PM on Thu Sep 26 2013
I'm not at all personally angry with him, and I do have to admit, my criticisms do seem petty at times, but...a lot of VCs show how biased several fanbases are, and too many worship Steve Blum as some sort of VA god. Even if he's not in a VC, there's almost always going to be someone who randomly "dream casts" him in that role. Yes, I know that his voice is everywhere and that he broke the "record" of most voice-over roles in video games. That's great and all, but...can everyone else please just forget about it and move on? It's really old news, we don't need to give him any more compliments than we do to our significant others.

Anyway, I'll promise that I'll try to stop if TheVengeanceKnight stops trying to pick a fight and making condescending posts in other pages related to Steve Blum.
said at 7:58 PM on Thu Sep 26 2013
Another thing, I know full well that different people feel the same way about other voice actors, and that's totally fine. With Steve Blum, it's really annoying.

And thank you PVS, I know I am, and I'm sure you are too. :)
said at 8:04 PM on Thu Sep 26 2013
@pokemastanumba1 If I might say, I think his popularity has very little to do with that award. Personally, I heard about in passing and never thought about it again until you brought it up in your comments. He was already extremely popular prior to the award because of his distinctive voice and memorable performances and will continue to be as long as he keeps voice acting and getting good parts.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 4:44 AM on Fri Sep 27 2013
@pokemastanumba1 "Another thing, I know full well that different people feel the same way about other voice actors, and that's totally fine. With Steve Blum, it's really annoying."

This all could have had a reasonable end until you made this statement. Why is it only annoying for this one actor? Is it because of the record? The only person I have seen bringing it up is, funnily enough, you. And can you back up the ludicrous exaggeration that, "Even if he's not in a VC, there's almost always going to be someone who randomly "dream casts" him in that role"? I know there's a place for hyperbole, but this is ridiculous. It's only bothering you because you let it bother you.
said at 3:39 PM on Fri Sep 27 2013
What really bothers me is biased voting/statements in favor of a certain VA/show, rather than the performance. Voice compares aren't about winning or losing, but simply representing common opinion. It's bias that sways the results of some polls, which isn't fair to the other VAs.

Steve Blum may not be the only VA who people are biased in favor of, but it's obvious that it's a much worse case with him compared to other VAs.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 4:04 PM on Fri Sep 27 2013
@pokemastanumba1 "Steve Blum may not be the only VA who people are biased in favor of, but it's obvious that it's a much worse case with him compared to other VAs."
This is ridiculous. You're halfway between biased and paranoid. And if it's not about winning or losing then why do you care?
Nightmare Crusher
said at 4:13 PM on Fri Sep 27 2013
@Nightmare Crusher One more thing. "but simply representing common opinion. It's bias that sways the results of some polls, which isn't fair to the other VAs."
Who says the common opinion can't be biased?
NCZ (Admin)
said at 4:47 PM on Fri Sep 27 2013
@pokemastanumba1 Hey guys, what's been going on--oh sweet merciful Lord.

Your reasons for disliking Steve Blum basically boil down to the fact that he's an accomplished voice actor and has fans. That is not rational and actually rather worrying. And all this basically stems from the fact that he got a record for most game voices. How is that deserving of your hate!? It's just quantitative fact! That'd be like if I hated The Beatles because they had more record sales than The Rolling Stones and lots of people think they're the best band ever. It's just... you can't hate something, or worse yet, someONE, just because they're popular!

Also, you're an admitted Nolan North fanboy, so the fact that you hate Blum for being popular and using the same voice over and over again is nothing short of hypocritical considering that Nolan North also has lots of fans and is equally infamous for being recognizable and using the Nathan Drake voice for multiple characters. And I can reasonably infer that all this stems from the fact that Blum got the record before Nolan North did. Well OBVIOUSLY that's going to happen. Blum got a head-start, he's been voicing in games before Nolan North has. Of course he would make the record. There is absolutely no reason to be so upset about the fact that Steve Blum got a world record and is a popular voice actor and to imply otherwise is nothing short of ridiculous.

And nice job thanking PVS for calling you cool and smart while ignoring the rest of his constructive feedback.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 5:03 PM on Fri Sep 27 2013
One last thing... no, you're not going to promise stop with these comments because TheVengeanceKnight stops. You're going to promise to stop because you're being a massive nuisance.
said at 6:54 PM on Sat Sep 28 2013
@pokemastanumba1 "Steve Blum may not be the only VA who people are biased in favor of, but it's obvious that it's a much worse case with him compared to other VAs." you say in a comparison where he's clearly losing.

On the other hand I do understand being irritated by biased votes towards certain shows or games, but here if anything people are more biased towards Nolan North's Deadpool. Not that I blame them at all, he did an awesome job as the character. But your arguments against Steve Blum don't hold much water, especially here of all places.

I've been trying to ignore such votes lately, I suggest you do the same with Steve Blum. Especially in comparisons where he's hardly relevant. Besides, NCZ had a point about you being an admitted Nolan North fanboy. Which I don't blame you at all for but I mean come on, nothing against you personally but this constant hypocritical Steve Blum bashing across all these different voice comparisons is getting incredibly ridiculous and frustrating.

Anyways I'm done, I just felt like I had to post my final thoughts here. Not continuing this anymore.
said at 5:42 PM on Tue Sep 17 2013
 3 Shout Outs!
I'm gonna be the odd ball and say I'd love to hear Kassir return to the role one day. Nothing against North's take though, he was hilarious
said at 3:00 PM on Mon Sep 16 2013
1. Nolan North - He cracks me up in Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3
2. Steve Blum - I hear TOM from Toonami
3. Will Friedle - He has a bit too much energy, but he does a good job
4. John Kassir - It's hard to judge the voice because of the quality of the clip
5. Tom Kenny - What is this? I hear Yancy Fry Jr. not Deadpool
Nightmare Crusher
said at 4:57 PM on Mon Sep 23 2013
@MatthewC17 Why do you always say, "I hear x"like it's some kind of huge sin? It's not like any actor is able to come up with a completely unique voice for every character, that's physically impossible.
said at 3:23 PM on Wed Sep 25 2013
@Nightmare Crusher because I look for something more
Blum basically gave Deadpool the same attitude as Toonami's TOM
Nightmare Crusher
said at 6:41 PM on Wed Sep 25 2013
@MatthewC17 That doesn't exactly explain much.
said at 12:51 PM on Sun Oct 6 2013
@MatthewC17 - Trust me, that clip's quality doesn't do Kassir justice (even though that monologue is hilarious)
said at 10:05 AM on Mon Sep 2 2013
 5 Shout Outs!
What if we had Rob Paulsen as Deadpool? He'd be no Nolan, but think he'd be alright
said at 12:42 PM on Fri Aug 30 2013
just can't stop hearin nathan drake for nolan... but he does a great job at this character.
Dark Kuja
said at 9:58 AM on Tue Aug 20 2013
I kinda have to go with Friedle. He makes Deadpool sound energetic and crazy.

Not that the others are bad, but they just sound quick-witted. Friedle's Deadpool sounds more random and chaotic.
said at 6:42 PM on Sun Aug 11 2013
 1 Shout Out!
Nolan North beats the chimichangas out of the rest. He IS Deadpool!
said at 5:43 PM on Sun Aug 4 2013
They all do good work but I think Nolan North totally owns it.
said at 7:20 AM on Sun Aug 4 2013
 6 Shout Outs!
1. Nolan North- This is one of the most well cast choices for a comic book character I've ever seen. Nolan was introduced very well in Hulk Vs. Wolverine, but where Nolan really shines is the Deadpool game, where they use him perfectly, he's funny, breaks the 4th wall and makes it believable, and the banter he has with cable and all the other characters is just hilarious. 10/10

2. John Kassir- John was the first voice and he does do a pretty good job. He still has that sense of humor, but not on the same level of North, and his voice sounds really bizarre since I'm so used to Nolan in the games. But it is still a great performance, and one of Kassirs best. 8.5/10

3. Will Friedle- Yes it is basically his Ron Stoppable just a little more energetic, but he does a pretty good job, and he was pretty well written in his first appearance in USM especially considering they make fun of him or show a deadpool poster in the background in the show. 7.5/10

4. Tom Kenny- Tom is a very good fit, which makes me sad that he didn't appear in the TV show, but they utilize him well here. Tom has that wise guy kind of voice which works well for DP and he does get a few good lines every so often, and I wouldn't mind seeing him do it again in the future. 7.5

5. Steve Blum- Steve does a decent job here, but he is given NOTHING to work with so I can't fully judge the performance, but it sounds decent but it isn't the same Deadpool, its the crappy Reynolds Deadpool so it hardly is in the same vein as the other Deadpools. ?/10
said at 5:49 AM on Fri Sep 13 2013
@skeletonking1234 now that I rewatched the episode with Deadpool, I think friedle is tied with Nolan now. Frieldie has an amazing amount of energy in the role and I can definitely tell Frielde was having the time of his life when he was recording this character. This sound clip isn't even in the episode of the show and doesn't even come close to showing frielde justice. If you want the full extent of Friedles performance watch the episode.
said at 8:55 PM on Tue Feb 21 2017
@skeletonking1234 looking back at me saying "crappy Reynolds Deadpool," is really weird now
said at 4:13 PM on Fri Jul 19 2013
 9 Shout Outs!
John Kassir: Kassir is great as Deadool, as he sounds very crazy, comical and homicidal. The only problem is that he sounds like there's something wrong with his throat. Still a great performance. 9.5/10

Nolan North: North is the perfect Deadpool. He gets the cocky and smart-a** tone in Hulk Vs. and gets the insanity down very well in the Deadpool video game, Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 and Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions. 10/10

Steve Blum: Blum is my favorite voice actor, but his performance as Deadpool wasn't one of his best. He just uses his normal voice, which I don't think works for Deadpool. Granted, he doesn't have much to work with, but is the weakest out of these VA's. 5.5/10

Tom Kenny: Kenny works for the light-hearted tone of Super Hero Squad, but I could see him doing a more comic accurate Deadpool. Not bad. 7/10

Will Freidle: Freidle just sounds plain annoying, and is way too high pitched. I guess the annoying part makes sense for Deadpool, but it's supposed to be funny, like the way Nolan North or John Kassir. I blame the bad voice direction, and Ultimate Spider-Man is a terrible show, so Freidle doesn't have much to work with. 5.5/10

Nolan North is clearly my favorite Deadpool, with John Kassir as a close second, and Tom Kenny at a decent third.
The Doctor
said at 11:59 AM on Sat Jul 20 2013
@BatDevilSpawn I agree with everything you said.
Shiny Raticate
said at 4:46 AM on Mon Jul 15 2013
 3 Shout Outs!
Will Friedle wasn't too bad... he just made Deadpool sound more like a teenager, that's all.
Now Nolan North... I died laughing at that movie. Great job.
said at 6:38 AM on Thu Jul 11 2013
 4 Shout Outs!
Man, Will Friedle as Deadpool sounds really good on paper, but... yeesh. He's kind of aggravating.
I think Nolan is the only one who had enough material to work with, but I'd really like to hear John take another shot at it. Tom as well, actually.
said at 3:49 PM on Tue Jul 16 2013
@Hayworth I will admit, I didn't even think it sounded good on paper. But he did better than I expected.
said at 2:12 AM on Thu Jul 11 2013
Will isn't too bad, his pitch is a little high, but after playing through the Deadpool game, the tone is perfect. He really captures a young Deadpool well, but Nolan is still #1.
said at 10:35 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
I like Will more than I thought I would but I sill like Nolan more. I would put him as my third favorite behind John and Nolan.
TylerMirage (Admin)
said at 8:53 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
Ooh, this is a tough one for me. Nolan and Will are my top two picks, obviously. John is good, Tom does well given the light-hearted nature of SHS, and Steve, well, Steve's Steve. Just using his usual voice, not trying to sound like Ryan Reynolds, not really quite Deadpool. I'm actually going to vote for Will. :p
said at 5:16 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
Will Friedle as Deadpool sounds good to me. Character development would be even better.
said at 12:25 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
I like Nolan North the best. A very funny and psychotic performance. When I heard that Will Friedle was going to play Deadpool I was a little excited, but it's a little high-pitched and obnoxious. I know he could have done better if he had better material. John Kassir is okay too, but he doesn't have as much energy.
Spider RedNight
said at 11:52 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
Wellllll.... Will didn't do a BAD job xD I just suppose the only issue I had with it (other than his voice being... higher pitched than I'm used to. Hey, I'm a Nolan Deadpool elitist, what can I say) is that 1) I can't listen to him without automatically hearing Ron Stoppable and 2) Doesn't Spidey already sort of... break the fourth wall about his own show? I mean, I know that's the point, but why bring fourth-wall-aware Deadpool into the mix if Spider-Man already breaks the fourth wall?

Maybe I'm missing something. Bottom line, still going for Nolan here.
said at 3:39 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@Spider RedNight Spidey is pretty much doing it narration not just comic relief though.
Nightmare Crusher
said at 11:09 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
 2 Shout Outs!
Will certainly has potential to be a great Deadpool, but bad direction makes him come off as incredibly obnoxious and not in the fun way that Nolan North is.
said at 7:23 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
My overall opinion of Will. Love how Deadpool interrupts Spidey's opening monologue and steals the show. Also like that will got to show off his range and love when he does characters like this. It was like Eric Matthews was completely off his rocker. All we needed was the Fury call(parody of the Feeny call). I hope we more of him in the show and in the Loebiverse. It's what USM needs.

Drake's acting was great as well especially when he disapproves of Deadpool's methods. If anyone comes here to hate on the episode I'm gonna unalive you.
said at 12:15 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@pete How do you "unalive" someone, exactly?
said at 12:17 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy like this........
said at 12:35 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@VctrBnsn Oh good, I thought it was something bad for a second.
said at 3:37 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy It's a joke from the episode. Deadpool uses it in place of kill since the "k word" makes him go nuts.
said at 3:40 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@VctrBnsn If you don't know already see above statement.
said at 4:39 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@pete Ah, I see. That makes a lot more sense now.
said at 2:47 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
 2 Shout Outs!
Anyone slams Will I'm gonna unalive you.
said at 2:12 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
 2 Shout Outs!
I think Will does have the energy down. But as other people have pointed out it's a little high for my taste. But he's definitely not the worst I've heard. I'd say either second or third for me.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 1:12 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
 3 Shout Outs!
I like Will, the voice took some getting use to but he had the energy. With better material, better direction and lowering the voice a little would make him a lot better.
He's my third favorite
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 1:16 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
If I had to recast Deadpool I would have gone with Chris Hardwick.
said at 12:09 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@Music Meister That is genius casting.
said at 1:09 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
 2 Shout Outs!
Eh, Friedle did okay. I blame bad voice direction whenever Deadpool irritated me. Liked Nolan's the best, though.
said at 1:09 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013
 1 Shout Out!
Will tries his best, but the horrible voice direction and poor script makes him sound incredibly annoying instead of funny.

I'm still going with John Kassir, with Nolan as a second choice.
said at 3:13 AM on Sun Jul 7 2013
Nolan North is awesome as Deadpool!
said at 2:25 AM on Fri Jul 5 2013
 1 Shout Out!
Since I was first introduced to the character of Deadpool from the first Marvel Ultimate Alliance, John Kassir was my first voice for Deadpool. I know I am outnumbered here but I much prefer John Kassir over Nolan North as Deadpool. NOW! Don't get me wrong, I love Nolan North I really do, but when I pick up a Deadpool comic (not written by Daniel Way) What I hear, is Kassir's crazy, homicidally comical voice coming out of him.
said at 4:52 PM on Wed Jul 3 2013
Ultimate Spider-Man. Will Friedle. Deadpool. I am not joking.
said at 6:47 PM on Wed Jul 3 2013
@VctrBnsn I think that's a bit of a strange choice. I don't think his voice will fit Deadpool very well.
said at 7:30 PM on Wed Jul 3 2013
@coolgeek176 I've seen a couple of clips with him. He's OK, not Nolan North good, but OK. I can't imagine him being the new recurring voice again (than again, I said the same thing about Adrian Pasdar's Iron Man.) But I guess we'll see soon enough......
said at 7:53 PM on Wed Jul 3 2013
@coolgeek176 He's OK. Not Nolan North good, but OK. He sometimes slips into Ron Stoppable, but mostly it's a humorous Terry McGinnis.
said at 10:49 PM on Wed Jul 3 2013
@VctrBnsn REALLY?! Ugh. Mister Forehead, I'd like you to meet a friend of mine. Meet Ms. Desk.
said at 11:47 PM on Thu Jul 4 2013
@VctrBnsn Eh, I don't mind. Nolan deserves better Deadpool material than whatever garbage USM dishes out.
said at 11:44 PM on Fri Jul 5 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight I'm with you. Even though I love Nolan as Deadpool I also think Will can be a good Deadpool too. I just wish it wasn't on that show.
said at 12:08 PM on Mon Jul 8 2013
@VctrBnsn Will's good for this version, wouldn't cast him in anything else though.
said at 12:38 PM on Sun Jun 30 2013
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I think Nolan did even better in the Deadpool game. He really captures his insanity there.
said at 10:00 PM on Tue Jul 2 2013
@coolgeek176 It certainly helps that it's the only good TMG in which he's voiced Deadpool, given that his other performances were limited to the low-budget Hulk Vs., the forgettable SM Shattered Dimensions, and the extremely underwhelming U/MvC3. :-/
said at 10:48 PM on Tue May 28 2013
It's happened folks we have a TIE between Nolan North and John Kassir. Nolan captures the insanity abnd craziness of Deadpool, but in the comics Deadpool's voice is described with a gravelly voice, but if I had to choose it would be Kassir. Nolan North though in the new Deadpool game could change me around though... (By the way Tom Kenny seems like another amazing choice, but it the SHS game so it didn't have a great delivery sadly.)
said at 12:51 PM on Thu May 9 2013
He's Nolan North of course he'll come out on top but John Kassir is pretty good with Tom Kenny as third. Now I like Steve Blum but I did'nt like his DP
said at 3:44 PM on Fri Mar 22 2013
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As dumb as this sounds I think James Woods would make a good Deadpool. He'd have to voice Deadpool the same way he voiced Hades though.
said at 3:48 PM on Fri Mar 22 2013
@LordofEvil96 No more dumb than my Daniel Tosh suggestion.
said at 3:58 PM on Mon Jun 10 2013
@VctrBnsn Actually after playing Borderlands 2 I figured Dameon Clarke the voice actor for Handsome Jack should voice Deadpool at some point. He brings a bit of douchiness to the character and he sounds very humorous.
said at 9:49 PM on Mon Jun 10 2013
@LordofEvil96 I was thinking that too!
said at 10:05 PM on Mon Jun 10 2013
@VctrBnsn Excellent! Having perfect cell as deadpool is a perfect choice in my opinion (pun intended).
said at 2:10 PM on Wed Jun 26 2013
@LordofEvil96 I share that opinion. If there's ever a time when Nolan North can't do the role, and Dameon Clarke is available, I want to see that happen.
said at 10:55 AM on Fri Mar 22 2013
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John Kassir was my first Deadpool voice and was the voice I imagined in the comics for a while. Nolan North was good, but I still always heard John. Until I heard Nolans fantastic performance in MvC3. Tom Kenny was good as a cartoon version, and he at least got some good lines(is Pride Rock in Wakanda?).

On a side note, sometimes in the comics I imagine ItsJustSomeRandomGuys voice as Deadpool. Is that weird? I think Daniel Tosh could do a good Deadpool. We need and actual douche to play this douchebag.
NCZ (Admin)
said at 9:10 PM on Tue Dec 18 2012
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Tom Kenny's Deadpool sounds Canadian.
said at 4:20 AM on Sat Dec 15 2012
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Tom Kenny was a pretty natural choice for Deadpool, and I think he could do better with better material and direction. Still, he'd be hard pressed to beat the king, Nolan North. ;-)
said at 12:32 AM on Sat Dec 15 2012
Tom Kenny isn't bad for a kids game. Curious how a more serious version would sound.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:19 PM on Sat Dec 15 2012
@pete A more serious Deadpool?
said at 12:36 AM on Sun Dec 16 2012
@Music Meister Poor choice of words lol I meant more serious version of Tom Kenny as Deadpool so he'd do a more accurate performance that isn't aimed at kids.
said at 3:49 PM on Fri Dec 14 2012
Tom Kenny is alright. He needs better material. North is still the best.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 8:20 PM on Sat Dec 15 2012
@coolgeek176 I wouldn't say the material is bad, just the delivery I have a problem with
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 6:16 AM on Fri Dec 14 2012
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I'm kinda disappointed in Tom Kenny, he doesn't have the same energy to the role as North or John has. Not his best work
said at 1:20 AM on Fri Dec 14 2012
HAHAHA Tom Kenny is super perfect for Deadpool especially for Super Hero Squad
said at 11:17 PM on Thu Dec 13 2012
North wins my vote, but if I had to pick a second, it'd be Tom.
said at 10:41 PM on Thu Dec 13 2012
North is the main choice for me while Kassir was good, Kenny was pretty funny though he sounds more like some of Toms other roles and sounds kind of like a more talkative energetic version of Slinkman from Camp Lazlo.
said at 12:31 AM on Sat Dec 15 2012
@skeletonking1234 I hear his Plastic Man.
said at 2:25 AM on Sun Dec 9 2012
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Fun fact: Deadpool was originally voiced by one of the Ocean Group guys for Hulk vs. Wolverine, but the guys at Marvel decided to replace him since they didn't feel he was right. They went to Nolan North (who was already recording for WatXM) and asked him to improvise stuff for Deadpool.

Let me just say THANK GOD for that.
said at 7:50 AM on Fri Dec 14 2012
@TheVengeanceKnight So who exactly was supposed to voice Deadpool in Hulk Vs?
said at 8:43 AM on Fri Dec 14 2012
@Autovolt Don't know, don't care, don't wanna know. :-P
said at 12:34 AM on Sat Nov 17 2012
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While I would usually pick Steve Blum as a rule - seeing as he's the best voice actor EVER - I can't deny it: Nolan North IS Deadpool.
said at 5:56 AM on Sat Jan 26 2013
@TheTrueYuma And Dee Bradley Baker. ;-D
said at 3:52 AM on Tue Feb 5 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight & let's not forget Travis Willingham. *hint, hint*
said at 8:57 PM on Fri Mar 29 2013
@TheTrueYuma Brown shouldn't be counted as a voice actor; he is a prolific live action actor. It would be like saying Mark Hamill is a voice actor.
Besides, Brown's big role is Mr. Krabs. Blum's is Spike Spiegel. Sorry, but Cowboy Bebop trumps Spongebob (and everything else for that matter) in my book.
said at 9:06 PM on Fri Mar 29 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight Don't get me wrong, Baker's great. But here's the thing: he's more of a niche case. I mean, when it comes with comedic roles or animal noises, he does great. But when he gets serious roles (which happens more often than you'd think), he seems out of place. When I hear him as Ra's al Ghul or Desaad or even Tarrlok, I'm like, "Why is Dee Bradley Baker in this role?" Blum, however, is surprisingly versatile. We all know him as the badass voice guy, but he has been able to do comedic roles very well, like Jamie in Megas XLR, Leeron from Gurren Lagann, and his roles on Harvey Birdman.
said at 9:15 PM on Fri Mar 29 2013
@MilanTheVillain01 What are you hinting? That he should be in LoK? I doubt that Andrea Romano is going to be reading this.
said at 9:35 PM on Fri Mar 29 2013
@TheAtticus I disagree; I think Dee does serious roles like Tarrlok, Ra's, Desaad, and the clones extremely well.
said at 9:35 PM on Fri Mar 29 2013
@TheAtticus I would not be against that.
said at 10:05 PM on Fri Mar 29 2013
@TheVengeanceKnight I'm not saying he didn't do them well. He was great with Tarrlok, and did a decent job as Ra's. It's just distracting to hear him in those kinds of roles.
said at 3:34 AM on Fri Apr 5 2013
@TheAtticus I would place Lex Luthor over Krabs as Clancy's "big role". ;-)
said at 7:03 PM on Sat Apr 13 2013
@TheAtticus A bit off-topic, but Clancy Brown and Mark Hamill are indeed voice actors; they just happen to get many more on-camera roles than the average VA.
said at 9:19 PM on Sat Apr 13 2013
@pokemastanumba1 Correct.
said at 6:49 PM on Thu Nov 8 2012
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Nolan is by far the best Deadpool.
said at 8:41 PM on Sun Sep 30 2012
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While I think Nolan North does a good job, the thing is that Deadpool is suppose to have a distinct voice and Deadpool voiced by Nolan is just Nolan's own voice which in not that distinct.

I'm giving John Kassir the vote seeing as how his voice is distinct and plus, he's the one who actually got people to follow up on Deadpool not to mentioned he was completely hilarious.
said at 10:50 PM on Sun Jan 27 2013
@TheTrueYuma That's not the point. The point being that its too generic.
said at 11:32 AM on Fri Sep 14 2012
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How can anyone vote for someone else than Nolan?
said at 11:51 PM on Sat Aug 11 2012
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We Need John DiMaggio as Deadpool.
said at 12:40 AM on Fri Jan 25 2013
@TheTrueYuma Or Both. That is intresting. My Brother says that he would love to see Charlie Adler as Deadpool. Because of the Uncanny Resemblance to the Red Guy.

But First, The Prince of Sayians as Wade Wilson.
said at 11:34 PM on Mon Jun 25 2012
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"Rocka by, BAM!!", hahaha. You gotta love Nolan North!
said at 1:00 AM on Thu Jun 7 2012
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Deadpool's speech and thought balloons and captions are usually colored yellow, to represent his distinctive voice. Cable of Earth-5701 has described his voice as having a "gravelly, Demi Moore" quality before "killing" him. Blind Al has also stated that Deadpool's voice sounds like a distinct mixture of "gasoline and gravel."

With this in mind, John Kassir performed the role perfectly, and Nolan missed the mark by quite a bit.
Dillon Taylor
said at 1:53 AM on Wed May 23 2012
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I loved Nolan's performance in Shattered Dimensions! John's performance is pretty good as well, but I think Nolan's is just more fun to listen to. Steve is an awesome actor but I don't feel like he matches well with Deadpool.
said at 2:52 AM on Wed May 9 2012
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John Kassir will be the True & Orginal Deadpool. I would mind Steven Blum Reprising his role Ultimate Spider-Man.
said at 6:08 PM on Sat Apr 21 2012
Blum is definitely using a modified version of his normal voice
where as Nolan North sounds like he's doing a new character
said at 10:08 PM on Fri Apr 13 2012
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"Rocka By BANG!!!!!!
said at 9:20 PM on Thu Aug 23 2012
@B.A.Alcantra "Chimichangas!" XD
said at 10:16 PM on Thu Aug 23 2012
@B.A.Alcantra "Suck it, Wolverine!" XD
said at 7:33 AM on Sat Oct 6 2012
"Guys...Deathstike??? I can't believe it! I'm alive! I"M ALIIII--"
*Hulk Crush*
said at 4:21 PM on Mon Apr 9 2012
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I'm giving this one to Nolan North as I thought he really suited the character. I'm sorry, but I agree with one comment I once read about John Kassir's Deadpool: that he sounds like an evil Daffy Duck. Granted, Deadpool is wacky and out of his mind, but I don't picture him sounding like Daffy Duck.
said at 4:01 PM on Fri Dec 14 2012

Tom Kenny was okay, but Nolan North is much better, so I'm gonna stick with him.
said at 1:34 AM on Mon Jul 8 2013

Will Friedle was okay, but he could've been better. Sticknig with Nolan North.
said at 5:24 PM on Mon Apr 2 2012
I love Nolan North and he gives Deady an energy not easily mimiced, but Kassir just sounds like he has little yellow boxes. I prefer Kassir to Nolan only by a fraction of a hair.

Though my personal Deadpool VA is Scott McNeil.
said at 9:31 AM on Sun Feb 26 2012
Kassir rocks! I LOVED his Deadpool in the Marvel Ultimate Alliance games.

Now don't get me wrong, I'm a huge Nolan North fan as well, but this is the one role where I just don't think he fit the character very well. I've seen Hulk Vs. and played through all the games in which his voice is featured and he just doesn't sound right to me. He kinda' captured the insanity of Deadpool, but IMHO it wasn't enough.
said at 6:58 PM on Thu Mar 15 2012

Addendum: After going back and listening to Nolan's work, it's actually really good, I like it a lot however, I still say Kassir because he nailed the insanity aspect of Deadpool's personality perfectly. I will however give the upper hand to North in the humor deparment. Some of those lines in MvC3/UMvC3 and Shattered Dimensions are classic.
said at 1:51 AM on Fri Jul 27 2012
All right, I did it, I finally changed my vote to Nolan. He really does nail all aspects of Deadpool and after replaying MUA 2 a few weeks ago, it'd be a crime not to give my vote to North.
said at 8:06 PM on Tue Feb 7 2012
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#1 Nolan North
If there's one role besides Nathan Drake (obviously) that he's widely recognized for, it's Deadpool. Having a great sense of humor and being a major stretch of his talents, Deadpool is certainly one of the major highlights of North's career. Despite the movie being named after two more popular Marvel characters, I daresay that North as Deadpool was definitely the star performance of Hulk Vs. Of course, there's also the well-received MvC3 in which he really cemented his place in the Marvel Universe. Great stuff! XD

#2 John Kassir
He's the most fitting voice-wise, being as comedic as North but not quite as light-sounding. Unfortunately, the sloppy acting, poorly-written script, and bland lines of dialogue really hurt his overall performance. While he's still very competent at "hamming it up" like his other roles, the way he stumbled over some of his lines felt really awkward at some points. More importantly, he just didn't get the proper material to work with in MUA. I really would like to hear him reciting some of Deadpool's lines in Hulk Vs or MvC3, as the more well-developed dialogue could have really worked for him. Of course, none of that was his fault, and he's actually almost tied with North, but there's just so much improvement MUA could have made.

#3 Steve Blum
Haven't heard enough to comment or make a fair judgement, but he seemed to have at least a bit of potential. Still, he's one of the greatest American voice-over actors, and I do wonder how he would have handled a larger role as Deadpool. I'm sure that he could also do pretty well at least.
said at 9:57 PM on Fri Apr 12 2013
Tom Kenny is okay; he nails Deadpool's fish-out-of-the-water personality, captures his sense of humor (which obviously isn't stretching Tom Kenny's talents much, but whatever), and is just entertaining to listen to. On the other hand, I can't help but picture his Deadpool being SpongeBob with a multiple-personality disorder. :-/

Nolan still blows everyone else outta the water, but Tom Kenny knocks off John and Steve for second place.
said at 9:45 PM on Tue Jul 16 2013
Will Friedle is a lot better than I thought he'd be, though he's still not quite an ideal replacement; he does come off as a bit more obnoxious than funny, his voice was a bit grating to listen to. And for some reason, I can't seem to get Ron Stoppable out of my head when I play his clip. XD

Overall, they all did pretty well with what they had to work with, but my picks would have to be:

#1 Nolan North
#2 Will Friedle
#3 Tom Kenny
#4 John Kassir
#5 Steve Blum
Belial Edge
said at 3:42 AM on Fri Oct 14 2011
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said at 10:29 PM on Mon Aug 22 2011
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Definitely Nolan.
solidejake (Moderator)
said at 12:26 AM on Thu Aug 11 2011
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Deadpool goes to Nolan North. I say that because although the dialogue in MUA/MUA2 was funny, John's voice acting is way too slow for Deadpool. Not his fault, it's the writing, but his voice contributes to that. Nolan North sounds like the really quick-witted man Deadpool is. And Steve Blum was fine, but he wasn't voicing Deadpool, he was voicing poser-Wade from the X-Men Origins movie.
said at 9:09 PM on Sun Jul 31 2011
I think John Kassir is more comedic than the other ones, though Nolan North was very good at breaking the fourth wall in Marvel vs. Capcom. Steve Blum is...well, I can't really judge it since he says so little but it seems...bland, which is a shame since Steve Blum is such a good VA. Though I'll chalk it up as being bland scriptwriting rather than bland acting.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 7:12 PM on Mon May 2 2011
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Like everyone I'm having a hard time between North and John so I'm going with the most natural sounding, North.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:13 PM on Wed Jul 27 2011
@Music Meister Actually I like John now after playing Marvel Ultimate Alliance again.
Sarge Ray
said at 7:05 PM on Wed Mar 9 2011
Oh, and Kassir also gets an edge because of one line in mentioned game...

"I'm killing discriminantly...and it's okay!"
Sarge Ray
said at 6:59 PM on Wed Mar 9 2011
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Hate to burst a few bubbles, but I have to put it on Kassir. He has this kind of zaniness that Nolan North just didn't capture. That and he breaks the fourth wall in the second Ultimate Alliance games.
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 11:18 PM on Wed Nov 23 2011
@Sarge Ray
North does do that in later games (Spiderman: Shattered Dimmention and MVC are too that come to mind)
said at 7:57 PM on Tue Mar 8 2011
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I have to go with Nolan North, though John Kassir does come in very close.
said at 6:54 PM on Tue Mar 8 2011
SJB's my favorite voice actor, but he isn't what I look for in Deadpool. It was so hard to choose between North and Kassir - both are just so hilarious and have excellent delivery. North barely edged out for my vote, though.
said at 10:46 PM on Fri Mar 4 2011
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Might I recommend the SM:SD & MvC3 variations of North's take? There was a difference in his voice among the 3 times he voiced Deadpool.
said at 12:39 AM on Wed Nov 17 2010
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why North isn't bad, John Kassir is deadpool, not only because he was the first voice, but because he shows the insane, fun, and badass spirit that deadpool encompasses.
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