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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Jean DeWolff with sound clips and images.
Jean DeWolff is a supporting character in the Spider-Man series whose comic book debut was in Marvel Team-Up #48 in August of 1976. Jean is a prominent police officer in the NYPD (though whether she is a detective or a Captain does depend on the continuity) whom is known for being a hard-mannered but fair Police Officer who also has a thing for 1930's clothing and cars. Jean is also known for being a strong ally and even admirer of Spider-Man (though its usually on a platonic level) though she was initially against Spider-Man (due to issues such as he is a Vigilante and/or due to the editorials from J. Jonah Jameson). While Jean is generally known as a tough policewoman in the franchise like many other Comic Book characters she has had some lets just say alternate stories in the comics over the years.
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the Spider-Man VC section we take a look at this no-nonsense gal from the NYPD... JEAN DEWOLFF! Now let us begin...
Vanessa Marshall- I do like on how Vanessa's voice for the role does sound hard-mannered but rather lovely as well (which as odd as this may sound does kind of remind me of some of Saffron Henderson's work.) Anyways Vanessa's performance on the role does suit Jean's "Tough but Fair" persona very well and is a fine example of the voice work in the game.
Irene Bedard- Irene's voice and performance for the role does suit a stern serious policewoman like Jean rather well. However unfortunately Irene is at a slight disadvantage due to how Jean appeared in a few episodes in the show and only had about a few seconds worth of lines in each episode, but still Irene's work as Jean is a pretty good example of the voice work in the show anyways.
Overall both of these ladies are good but I am going with Vanessa more here this time around.