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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Ms. Marvel with sound clips and images.
Created by Pokejedservo on Nov 8 2009, 32 Comments
Special thanks to Jackson_H, Music Meister for additional sound clips.
EDITOR'S OPINIONAh yes Carol Danvers A.K.A Ms. Marvel one of the various lovely ladies in Super-Heroism, in the 90's X-Men episode "A Rogue's Tale" she was voiced by VA Roscoe Handford. Roscoe's voice for Ms. Marvel was a bit higher than I thought for the role. But other than fairly small complaint, Roscoe's Ms. Marvel voice is not too bad and her performance which worked pretty well for the role.
In the Marvel Ultimate Alliance games she is voiced by April "DOA Christie" Stewart and her voice didn't feel too odd for me at all in fact it worked just fine as I can of course say the same thing about her performance as well.
In the Super Hero Squad Show she is voiced by VA Grey Deslisle, while I like Grey's handiwork I normally wouldn't deem it a good idea for one of her higher voices for Ms. Marvel. (But in this case I admit she gets a free pass on this one since the show is so comically "chibi".) While I couple picture her voicing Ms. Marvel in a more serious depiction, Grey does do well in this particular role as she is known for playing roles with a comically temperamental streak a mile wide and it shows here.
Overall I liked them all but I am going with April Stewart the most as the best of the Ms. Marvel voices.
(Note: Apparently Tena Nelson voices Ms. Marvel in the Spider Woman Motion Comic and while I do like her a bit more than Roscoe and Grey I do find April to be the best Ms. Marvel so far. Jennifer Hale voiced Ms. Marvel in Avengers EMH and I can understand why she is such a popular choice as she does a fine job in playing Ms. Marvel as a strong-mannered heroine. Danielle Nicolet voices Ms. Marvel in Marvel Heroes and while she doesn't get as much good material as some of her predecessors she still does a pretty ood job in playing Ms. Marvel as a strong-mannered heroine. Basically I am going with April Stewart and Jennifer Hale the most here.)