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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Eusine with sound clips and images.
Franchise: Pokemon

Eusine is a Pokemon researcher who is an expert on the legendary Pokemon of Johto and their myths. He seems to have an obsession with Suicune and considers himself the only person worthy enough to capture it.

In the English dub version of the Pokemon anime by 4Kids Entertainment Eusine was voiced by Ted Lewis.

In the English dub version of Pokemon Chronicles Eusine appeared in "The Legend of Thunder"; a three episode arc. For some reason (error much?) Eusine was named Eugene instead. For these episodes Eusine was voiced by Dan Green.

In the English dub version of the Pokemon Generations shorts Eusine was voiced by Kyle Hebert.
Created by Jackson_H on Jan 30 2010
Special thanks to NCZ for additional sound clips.
Pokemon (1998)
EusineTed Lewis
Ted Lewis
Pokemon Chronicles (2006)
EugeneDan Green
Dan Green
Pokemon Generations
EusineKyle Hebert
Kyle Hebert


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said at 1:32 PM on Sat Jun 2 2018
1. Green
2. Lewis
3. Hebert
said at 1:37 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
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#1- Ted Lewis
#2- Dan Green
#3- Kyle Hebert

Eusine is honestly an angsty sort of guy in the games, who basically wants to capture a legendary Pokemon but has a sort of kindness buried deep down that shows respect for other creatures: when you consider this context, Ted Lewis' performance is pretty fitting, honestly. It's a bit raspy/gruff at times, but not nearly as terrible as some of the comments make it out to be to me, either: out of these three, he got the character's inner nature and conflict down the best, in my opinion.

Dan Green's performance matches the elegant, refined design more, with the cape and all, but the attempt at a British accent is a bit off putting at points: he still does quite well, however, not a bad choice at all.

Kyle Hebert's performance goes the wisely sage route, which isn't a bad thing at all: his acting, however, is the most wooden of the three and he occasionally struggled to match the lip flaps at points- this may perhaps have been due to the direction in the Generations dub, but it could've been better. Still, he's passable too, at least.

So while no one here is honestly bad, I think Lewis was the best at looking past the design to grasp the character's inner nature most, though admittedly even his take could've used polish.
Vocal Evolver
said at 12:49 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
I actually like Kyle Hebert best.
EPA Deane
said at 1:54 AM on Tue Jun 20 2017
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Does anyone else get a George Lazenby vibe from Dan Green's Eusine voice?
said at 5:48 PM on Sun Jun 11 2017
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Green makes him sound pretty cool, but Lewis gave more wisdom and character to Eusine. Hebert is okay, but kinda bland. I like Lewis the most.
said at 8:09 AM on Fri Jun 2 2017
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Dan Green and Kyle Hebert are pretty excellent as Eusine. I go for Dan Green. As for Ted Lewis, he did pretty decent as Eusine.
said at 9:22 AM on Thu May 11 2017
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1. Ted Lewis

He nails Eusine's characterization to me- his performance showcased a confused, agitated, intelligent yet obsessive person who longs to catch Suicune at any cost, but one who is also wise beyond his years, well versed, and captures both the arrogant and sincere parts of the character: incredibly well rounded and complex take, one I feel, isn't given enough credit at all lately (to be fair, the clip doesn't do his performance justice). While his voice was a bit raspy, I think that made it sound unique & I'm honestly glad he didn't use Ryo Bakura's dub voice, which frankly would've made me laugh at how overly polite & soft it would've been.

2. Dan Green

It's cool that Dan used a different voice from his usual repertoire here, and to his credit, I agree he does capture the elegant, regal gentleman part of the actual voice best, but I feel his acting, while good, makes Eusine come off as rather snooty and holier than thou at times. While Eusine can be arrogant, it's only because he has a code of honor he abides by to catch Suicune, but here he sounds like he's getting prissy over someone merely touching his cape/dress.

3. Kyle Hebert

I normally love his work, but I found myself underwhelmed with his rendition of Eusine: his acting is honestly the most stiff and monotone of the group, but to be fair, I can understand a more solemn take on this serious character. My primary issue with his take is how generic and nondescript the voice itself is- nothing about it is distinct at all, and it sounds like Aizen is narrating a story to me, rather than Eusine reflecting on the legendary beasts' plight.
Jacob M. Keene
said at 3:43 PM on Mon Apr 3 2017
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I think GreenGoblin75 summed up Ted Lewis' portrayal of Eusine far better than I could.

Dan Green works well for Eusine, I like that he did a deeper voice and a British accent for him.

Kyle Hebert definitely did the best for Eusine, he fits the best for a guy who's very knowledgeable about legendaries and seeks out one.

My ranking for these three:
01. Kyle Hebert
02. Dan Green
03. Ted Lewis
said at 10:26 AM on Thu Mar 30 2017
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Each performance has something the other lacks, when you think about it.

- Dan has the elegant gentleman tone of the voice down and intelligence better, than the other two.

- Ted has greater emotion & passion, as well as warmth in his performance, than the other two.

- Kyle has more of a storyteller delivery, than the other two do.

That being said, since Eusine is supposed to be a person of great drive and energy, to never give up on his goal of obtaining Suicune, no matter what stands in his path...

I'd say Ted's take genuinely matches his characterization most, honestly- the voice may be scratchy at times, but the actual performance suits him the best, IMO.

I've never seen a more polarizing VC in this franchise before, regardless.
said at 4:08 PM on Tue Mar 28 2017
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To be honest, I'm thinking of changing my vote to Kyle Hebert.

He has a very pleasant, calm voice that perfectly fits the character. Plus his controlled delivery helps make the character seem like a cool, young storyteller.

Dan Green sounds like a British-accented mix between his Atem and Yugi voices, which is pretty unique to say the least. But at the same time I think his voice doesn't fit as well as Kyle's. He has a nice delivery as well.

I like the background music that plays in Ted's clip, but at the same time his voice sounds kinda weird. It almost sounds like Eric Vale's Trunks with a cold. The scratchy sound just doesn't fit as well to me, although his acting is good.
EPA Deane
said at 1:04 PM on Fri Mar 24 2017
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Dan Green's British Accented Take is the one I gravitate to the most. His voice sounds the most like a Gentlemanly Academic to me...

Having heard more of his Eusine voice (Thank You for the Link WrightWay), Ted Lewis is a Decent Second place. He has A Solid Emotional Range and an Intelligent Demeanour; Aside from some forced gruffness, I genuinely like it.

Kyle Hebert..... is a Very good voice actor Suffering from Awkward Voice Direction here. The Voice is a decent, if nondescript one.... the Line Deliveries however.... sound Stilted and dispassionate to me. The Only Scene were he really Clicked for me was the Ending of the Short.

Any Way, Dan Green Gets my Vote.
said at 10:10 AM on Thu Mar 23 2017
I'm actually changing my vote to Ted Lewis- I agree fully with Janey4319's words on his performance, although I also see a great emotional range & sincerity to the way he speaks that sells his performance. Is it the ideal voice, per se? Maybe not, could've been less scratchy at times (though I honestly do not hear any congestion), but Ted's acting & delivery give off the wisdom of someone who is knowledgeable far beyond his years, but is also youthful & energetic. If anyone's admirable here to me, it's certainly his Eusine.

A better representation of his performance than shown in the clip, because yes, it bothers me that much:
said at 7:32 AM on Fri Mar 24 2017
@WrightWay The clip on this website was bothering me, too. Thanks for the great compilation! I more accurately showcases his performance! :)
said at 9:43 PM on Mon Mar 27 2017
You're welcome: I was pretty happy to show his true performance. :)
said at 6:44 PM on Wed Mar 22 2017
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Personally, I really like how each performance highlighted a different part of Eusine's character.

1. Ted Lewis: I might be a bit biased here, but I really like how it fit the part of Eusine that is a bit more obsessive and unstable. I really liked this performance -- especially in the part of the episode where he insists on battling Ash, and lashes out a bit at Morty.

2. Kyle Hebert: This time, I feel like the more scholarly side of Eusine was showcased. While I'm not as familiar with this voice actor as the other two, I appreciate how he acts Eusine as very passionate and informed about the legends!

3. Dan Green: I really love Dan Green, so putting him last on this list!! This performance emphasised a more flamboyant and show-offish Eusine. Contrary to popular opinion, I don't think the British accent is very fitting...
said at 10:56 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
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1. Dan Green
I think Dan nails Euisine here very well: he's flamboyant, but has an element of intelligence to his voice.

2. Ted Lewis
While Ted is slightly more restrained in his performance, he nails the intelligent part of Euisine's character. His voice is slightly raspy, but it doesn't bother me too much.

3. Kyle Hebert
Sorry to everyone who liked him...but I found Kyle performance in Generations to be a bit of disappointment.
*gets assaulted with tomatoes*
Now, now, before you rage, I would like to say that Kyle had the right voice for the character. But...his delivery is a bit too stilted. The thing about Euisine is that he is supposed to be very passionate about the subject of Suicine and the Legendaries. Kyle's more like Edgeworth from Ace Attorney giving a lecture on the subject.
said at 6:18 AM on Fri Mar 17 2017
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Since this compare got updated, figured I'd update my two cents on this as well since I've had some new thoughts on this since my last post.

Ted Lewis...I know everyone hears Tracey here, and I can kind of hear it too (and the less I'm reminded of Tracey the better) but I also feel he sounds like a nasally, congested version of Silver the Hedgehog, which is especially weird since he's never even voiced the character. It continues to amazing how bad he is in this role, especially since he actually could've turned out great. I realized recently that if he did something more like his Ryo Bakura voice and performance, he'd have fit the role SO much more. If he did something more like that I'd probably have voted for him, but alas that's not what we got at all...I just don't understand what the director was thinking here, or why this performance turned out the way it did.

I actually expected to like Ted Lewis much more than Dan Green when first visiting this comparison, especially given how I normally prefer Ted's performances and was ready to give my vote to him until I heard the clips. Oh boy would that have been a mistake, because Dan Green sounds SO much better here. Although nowadays I do think it might be a little too deep and breathy especially for that character design, his performance more than makes up for it. The accent he adds really brings a lot of character to Eusine (or Eugene in this case, I guess) and it sounds like he's really getting into the role. He makes him sound refined, sophisticated, knowledgeable and intelligent and it's just a performance that's really interesting to listen to. This is definitely one of his better performances in general. I also find it pretty interesting how he's talking about one of the Legendary Dogs when he's actually played one of the other Legendary Dogs before...kind off...sort of...although it technically wasn't Entei...Pokemon 3 was weird...anyway Dan Green here has gotten my vote here for a reason, he was just that good here.

Kyle Hebert...not a bad choice for the role at all, and I get what people are saying about him being stiff and monotone, and I agree with NCZ that he sounds like a narrator who's doing a huge exposition dump, but the voice itself I do find pretty interesting to listen to. There's just something compelling about it that captures my attention and I'm not quite sure what it is. Maybe it's the smooth way he talks or the factual delivery...I'm not sure. And while it is pretty monotone for the most part, I do hear some genuine emotion around the end of his clip, especially with how he laments over Suicune.

Vote still stays with Dan Green, but I might switch it over to Kyle Hebert at some point in the future, I really liked his performance here but I'll definitely have to give it time as well as some more thought. Ted Lewis is still dead last I'm sorry to say, he was not a miscast, but he was DEFINITELY misdirected. If he did something more like his Bakura he'd probably be perfect and I could've considered all three of them great, but yeah it's not what we got at all and his take unfortunately really suffers for it. Definitely a distant third for me.
said at 11:12 AM on Fri Mar 17 2017

Not that it's liable to change your thoughts on Ted Lewis' performance, but my thinking is on the director's behalf (IIRC Michael Haigney), he may have been going for a young scholar approach here, similar to Kyle Hebert's take- I'm sort of glad the director didn't have him reuse Ryo Bakura's dub voice, though, I feel it would've been too soft & gentle for a character like Eusine (British accent would've been fitting, however- had his Ryo been tweaked or modified, then I can see your point, though).

I would also say I feel Ted has the "factual delivery" Kyle has as well in his performance: there are some very notable similarities in what the two went for, now that I listen to both takes again (in the actual episode his take comes from, Ted also does modulate his emotions to a greater degree than represented in this clip: Eusine gets furious at Ash when Morty tells him he saw Ho-Oh & he also gets a bit smug when he talks about his Alakazam being his partner in a search for legends, like Suicune). I think towards the end of said episode in Ted's case, the performance also drops the scratchiness a bit voice-wise, so there is a bit of improvement in his take there.

As things stand, though, Dan is also my pick here for all the reasons you stated- even though I'd argue Legend of Thunder is by far the lowest point of the 4Kids dub (along with Movies 1-2), he still managed to shine though it with this unique elegant, gentlemanly, refined performance here, that captures the character's nature best.
said at 4:34 AM on Sun Mar 19 2017
@Metabad Who knows maybe we'll get the LA dub for another special related more to the game again one day if they keep him as this role

Although I do think you are right on the nose of what I was thinking about the 4Kids voices, Ted... what a waste... Dan was at least decent considering by that point the 4Kids dub was already plummeting in quality
said at 7:09 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
I doubt that, considering they cast Lucien Dodge as Silver when he was Blue in Origins, personally.

And I disagree vehemently with his thoughts on Ted, which would describe mine on Kyle, if anyone's, here- a lot of these clips, I feel, don't do the 4Kids voices any justice.

P.S. The 4Kids dub was doing fine in quality, in fact, they were improving in dubbing the Movies & shorts coming with it in their later run compared to the nonsense done to them in their earlier run- Chronicles is just a series of random Sunday Specials that had a weak dub later, although I'd take that over not dubbing a majority the Sunday Specials at all and still dubbing the ones they do just as badly, which is what TPCi is doing (and I'd argue TPCi's dubs are the ones "plummeting in quality," but we can save that debate for another day).
said at 11:04 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
@WrightWay I can most certainly agree. Ted and Dan both captured the intelligent/flamboyant aspects of the character, but Ted was more subtle in his performance than Dan. Kyle, I feel, is very staccato in his delivery, which takes away the flamboyant aspect of the character.

And about your point about the 4Kids dub (WrightWay), it is most certainly true. I grew up with TPCi's dub, and even though I was an oblivious kid, I did notice certain things in the show, namely some of the voices. The 4Kids dub, when I watched it years later, nailed most aspects of the show, including the characters and the quality was relatively consistent across all seasons and movies. In retrospect, TPCi didn't have that same consistent quality as 4Kids. But if you do genuinely think TPCi's dub was better, I'll respect that, since we are entitled to their own opinion.
said at 11:16 PM on Sun Mar 19 2017
Thank you: I don't mind what they like, or not, but there was absolutely no need to bring up the whole dub's quality on their part on Eusine's VC here (and I'm honestly beginning to want to change my vote to Ted here, now that I heard his true performance in the episode, yet again I feel the clip didn't do it justice, IMO), but that's what bugged me & why I felt the need to respond. But I'm glad that someone feels the same, nonetheless, so I'm on your wavelength.
said at 9:58 PM on Mon Mar 20 2017
@WrightWay You like Ted's Eusine? Great wonderful I am happy for you and 50+ other people, but there are ALWAYS fans who prefer another choice and to be honest it doesn't really matter what one thinks in the end and quality can really vary by taste too for EVERYTHING even Pokemon USA
said at 3:35 AM on Tue Mar 21 2017
@heartbeat45 I agree that Ted sounds intelligent... but I don't think the voice he's using here (As much as I like it regardless) really works for the flamboyant part of Eusine's personality.

Dan Green's take is still the best of both worlds, IMO.
said at 10:59 PM on Thu Mar 23 2017
That's perfectly fine, and I respect that fully, but I felt *extremely* bad for Ted since I feel his performance is underrated as of late due to the poor choice of clips by the uploader. I'm sorry for being defensive for him, but I just felt I had to stick up for Ted on this one.

To be honest, while it may not fit the flamboyance all that well, I feel a deeper characterization with Ted's take than I do the other two, nailing Eusine's conflicting emotions & unwavering resolve to catch Suicine no matter what stands in his path.

I do like Dan's performance, that being said, and I see the appeal in it for many.
said at 2:26 AM on Fri Mar 24 2017
@WrightWay I can hear that admittedly. Although perhaps Dan Green could've done well with his characterisation if he'd voiced him there as well? I suppose we'll never know. But I do agree that his voice does have a certain depth to it.
said at 4:12 AM on Fri Mar 24 2017
@WrightWay Considering that most of the Pokemon USA opinions tend to be downright harsh I think what I said is extremely lax in comparisson
said at 12:21 AM on Tue Mar 28 2017
Fair point, I suppose, so I guess I'll apologize since it was my mistake for letting my feelings get the better of my judgment here.
said at 7:17 PM on Mon Jun 19 2017
@WrightWay The things you miss when you don't regularly check your responses...

Having seen the rest of his clips now, Ted does emote a little better than I originally gave him credit for, although I still feel the raspy, nasally tone ultimately gets in the way and makes him sound a lot more forced than he needs to and really gets in the way of his acting. If he dropped that altogether I think I would've liked him a lot more. He didn't need to perform it exactly 100% like Ryo Bakura, but something more in that ballpark would've been preferable to me.

More power to you if you prefer Ted's take and all, and it really did hurt to write that about him especially considering he's had some of my favourite performances from the New York talent pool in general along with Eric Stuart, but he just doesn't do it for me as Eusine at all.
said at 8:47 AM on Tue Jun 20 2017
It's okay, I can understand your opinion as well, I just don't think Ted is THAT bad as Eusine like some (not just you) are making him out to be, I feel it's more raspy than nasal, but something about his actually emoting is what sells the actual performance, it feels very sincere & genuine to me.

How you feel about Ted's Eusine, is how I feel about Kyle's Eusine, he's one of my favorite performers from Los Angeles pool (I happen to agree with you on Ted Lewis & Eric Stuart being some of my favorite New York performers, we actually have that shared opinion), but Kyle's Eusine take here doesn't do anything for me because the intonation/emoting on his part just...feels so lifeless and stiff, although Generations' portrayal of Eusine in general is off from his game portrayal in dialogue as well, the way he was characterized there just irritates me in general (this video may elaborate on where I'm coming from:

Green is a nice medium between the two, but I don't know, the way Eusine was characterized in Legend of Thunder is by far one of the worst things 4Kids (who I actually think did a fairly good job on the whole with Pokemon, I'll comment on the dub in a few months) ever did with the dub in terms of the writing and direction, plus I've never been one to be very keen on 4Kids giving random British accents to people (it works for Ryo Bakura imo, but I'm really glad they didn't do that with Ted's take in the Anime, as raspy as it can be, although I don't hear a nasal tone at all, but again different people hear things differently & I respect that nonetheless).

Each to their own as it were, thanks for at least being polite here, I can appreciate your opinion now that you elaborated a bit more on your stance.
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said at 11:45 AM on Wed Mar 15 2017
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To be fair to Kyle, he is quite literally recounting the legend of Entei, Raikou, and Suicune, so if he sounds like a narrator in the role then he's doing his job. Eusine tends to be kind of an exposition spewer anyway.

I still like Dan most. I think he sounds the most fun to listen to. Even though Legend of Thunder was one of the lowest points in 4Kids's time with the series, he did a pretty great job, and Kyle is admirable too.
said at 9:25 AM on Wed Mar 15 2017
Dan Green's the most convincing of the lot, his voice being the most believable and intelligent.

Ted Lewis tried his best with the role and the same with Hebert though his was nothing special.
said at 9:29 PM on Tue Mar 14 2017
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I still prefer Dan for having the appropriate regal gentleman voice- just a shame the script he has to work with is less than ideal.

I will say Ted least trying to emote with a degree of intelligence & wisdom. Oh sure, it may not be ideal or anything, but Ted always has something about his performances that really grab my attention for some reason.

Kyle is...not bad voice-wise, but he sounds kind of monotone and stiff here: just really dry at times for my liking, acting and delivery wise.
said at 8:34 PM on Tue Mar 14 2017
Kyle sounds really weird, he should have gone something more like his Ryu but I hate to say this but I prefer him over Ted
said at 4:35 AM on Sun Mar 19 2017
@HienFan And it came to my note he was reading something, my word stays he is still better than Ted
said at 4:33 PM on Tue Jan 24 2017
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I like Dan Green better, he gives off the voice I imagine Eusine to have.
said at 4:06 AM on Thu Jan 12 2017
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Dan Green sounds the most convincing as a "young gentleman" character. Ted Lewis's voice doesn't really fit the part anywhere near as much as Dan's did. But there is still something about his take that grabs your attention you know? It's a pretty interesting voice at the very least.

Kyle Hebert's voice for the character is decent. But his actual performance wasn't really anything all that special IMO. I mean it wasn't BAD by any means but it's not exactly a performance from him that I can say is his "best" if you get where I'm coming from.
said at 10:53 PM on Tue Nov 1 2016
 3 Shout Outs!
I call a tie.
said at 11:58 AM on Fri Oct 7 2016
 1 Shout Out!
I'm going with Dan Green. Ted Lewis is good too, but a little young sounding.
said at 11:53 AM on Fri Oct 7 2016
 3 Shout Outs!
1. Dan Green:

He sounds the most like an elegant gentlemen. While the Chronicles dub is vastly inferior to the Anime dub, his performance is one of the standouts from it.

2. Ted Lewis:

While he sounds a little young, I personally think he does a good job. Maybe it's just because I really like the dialogue he's given in the clip, but he seems to give Eusine some actual depth & presence.

3. Generations VA (Kyle Hebert?):

He's actually a good VA, but this was one of the flattest and most dull performances I've seen him do so far. He just sounds like he's reading his lines off a page, and doesn't put much emotion into the performance. Say what you will about Ted Lewis, but you could see he was at least trying to put some character into his performance. I don't get this feeling when I listen to this take.
said at 1:31 PM on Fri Jan 29 2016
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Dan Green fits Eusine far more than Ted Lewis.

Dan sounds like an elegant gentlemen while Ted sounds way too young and way too much like Tracey for my liking.
said at 11:13 AM on Sat Sep 19 2015
Dan Green- One of the few times he shows range beyond using his standard Yami Yugi voice, and he sounds more elegant and wise in the role.

Ted Lewis- Problem with his take is he's talking too slowly like others are saying, though I thought his voice was alright and fits the character.
said at 4:22 PM on Fri May 1 2015
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Dan Green sounds more regal and fancy which I imagine fits Eusine better.

Honestly, I don't think Ted is bad at all, though. He at least had the formal, polite way of speaking down for Eusine, but I did feel he was a little generic.
said at 8:30 PM on Wed Jul 2 2014
Dan Green
said at 2:42 AM on Tue Jun 17 2014
Dan, Ted sounds like he's retarded from how slow he speaks
Shiny Raticate
said at 11:45 PM on Sat Mar 29 2014
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I'll have to go with Dan Green on this one. Nothing against Ted Lewis at all, but Dan's is less annoying.
said at 3:31 PM on Sat Dec 14 2013
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Ted Lewis's performances is unbearable. He sounds like he's talking down to his audience, in slow, broken sentences. On top of that, His voice doesn't match at all what I imagined for the voice of Eusine.

Dan Green, however comes pretty close. He plays a gallant tone that works well for the character.

Dan Green is the one!
said at 3:28 PM on Thu Oct 10 2013
 4 Shout Outs!
I actually prefer Dan Green's version of Eusine. He sounds more like a trainer who seeks to capture legendary Pokemon, and a more wisened sort of figure.

I really liked Ted Lewis' take, albeit out of nostalgia, but I feel like he was just using a modified version of his Tracey Sketchit voice.
said at 2:12 PM on Tue Oct 1 2013
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How Ted Lewis is ahead in the poll, I will never know. His Eusine voice is terribly ill-fitting. It's just a deeper, scratchier, angrier sounding variant of his Tracey voice. Dan Green's accent is comically bad, but the voice itself is closer to the gentlemanly voice that the Japanese version had, and how the aristocratic legend fanatic Eusine should sound like.
El Diabeetus
said at 2:28 AM on Wed Mar 13 2013
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Dan Green is the better voice, but that Raikou pronunciation bothers the **** out of me. Rai-koh
said at 2:38 AM on Fri Feb 22 2013
Dan Green
said at 3:07 PM on Wed Nov 21 2012
Ted Lewis surprisingly fits what this character sounds like in my head very well. Also closer to the Japanese counterpart than the 4Kids Chronicles counterpart, Dan Green. Dan is fairly good, but the voice seems out-of-character.

1- Ted Lewis
2- Dan Green
said at 12:22 PM on Sun Jul 8 2012
 5 Shout Outs!
Ted Lewis is more fitting
said at 4:13 PM on Fri Mar 30 2012
 4 Shout Outs!
Ted sounds like a modified version of Tracey
Dan on the other hand sounds awesome
said at 12:07 AM on Fri Aug 26 2011
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I think I'm going with Dan Green on this one, as much as I normally love Ted Lewis he sounds...kind of silly in the role. Maybe it was the way he was directed, I dunno.
said at 9:54 PM on Sat Mar 19 2011
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Neither are very good, but I actually think Dan Green is more fitting.
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