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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Grey Gargoyle with sound clips and images.
(Note: Before anyone else points this out yes I am aware of the fact that in both of these adaptations he is pretty much one of Mandarin's lackeys. But Thor was the first Marvel Super Hero that Grey Gargoyle antagonized so this is the reason why Grey Gargoyle is in his VC section.)
Created by Pokejedservo on Fri Nov 20 2009, 11 Comments, Add Comment
Special thanks to Jackson_H, UltimateCharm for additional sound clips.
EDITOR'S OPINIONWell folks its time to do another VC on a member of The Mighty Thor's Rogues Gallery and this time its for the bulky French-accented master of petrification that is the Grey Gargoyle!
In the 90's Iron Man series he was originally voiced by Jim Cummings in his debut episode. And I will say this say what you want about the Grey Gargoyle apparently laughing at his own bad puns but Jim Cummings did do a pretty good attempt at the French accent for Grey Gargoyle, sure his voice was a bit light but still its not too bad.
The late Ed Gilbert took over for the Grey Gargoyle oddly enough (even though Jim Cummings was still in the show) while Ed did give it a good try in the French accent as well and to be fair his voice was only slightly higher than Jim's Grey Gargoyle voice. The voice work for Grey Gargoyle in the 90's Iron Man series wasn't exactly the best for Jim Cummings or Ed Gilbert but it was decent enough.
In the Marvel Ultimate Alliance games he was voiced by Tom Kane whom also did the French accent well and I will admit to you right now he definitely got some points with me for making it a bit deeper and smoother, overall it was rather fitting for this role.
Overall I went with Tom Kane the most, Jim Cummings at second and Ed Gilbert at third.
(Note: Troy Baker voiced Grey Gargoyle in the Avengers Earths Mightiest Heroes series as Chris Wiggins voiced GG in Marvel Super Heroes. Troy's voice was pretty good as he had a fairly deep French-accented voice for the role which is definitely nice but it is a bit rougher than I would imagine but it still definitely works. Chris Wiggins' work as Grey Gargoyle was a mixed bag as his acting was pretty good but his Grey Gargoyle voice was a bit too high. So in other words I would go with Troy and Tom at first, Jim and Chris at second and Ed at a decent third.)