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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Mysterio with sound clips and images.

Created by Pokejedservo on Thu Nov 4 2010, 88 Comments, Add Comment
Special thanks to Music Meister for additional sound clips.
Spider-Man (1967) (1967)
MysterioChris Wiggins
Chris Wiggins
Spider-Man (1981) (1981)
MysterioMichael Rye
Michael Rye
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981)
MysterioPeter Cullen
Peter Cullen
The Amazing Spider-Man Vs The Kingpin (1993)
MysterioPeter Renaday
Peter Renaday
Spider-Man (1994) (1994)
Mysterio / Quentin BeckGregg Berger
Gregg Berger
Spider-Man (2000)
Mysterio / Quentin BeckDaran Norris
Daran Norris
Spider-Man 2: The Video Game (2004)
MysterioJames Arnold Taylor
James Arnold Taylor
Spider-Man: Friend or Foe (2007)
MysterioRobin Atkin Downes
Robin Atkin Downes
The Spectacular Spider-Man (2008)
Mysterio / Quentin BeckXander Berkeley
Xander Berkeley
Spider-Man: Web of Shadows (2008)
MysterioGreg Baldwin
Greg Baldwin
Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions (2010)
MysterioDavid Kaye
David Kaye
Marvel Super Hero Squad Online (2011)
MysterioDavid Boat
David Boat


Alright folks here is another VC for a member of Spider Man's Rogues Gallery namely the Master of Illusion... MYSTERIO! Oh yes and since this is a VERY large VC it will take WAY too long to do a long detailed review so needless to say I am going to make this a short one. Most of them are very good but I think I like Peter Renaday, Gregg Berger and Robin Atkin Downes to David Kaye the most here. The weakest is probably Daran Norris whom is otherwise a good VA but his Mysterio voice is probably a little too high (at least James made a better effort in trying to get his to work. And Peter Cullen's work for Mysterio wasn't bad but his voice probably should have been a bit lower and well we all know he can handle that just fine.) Overall I am not entirely sure who to flat out pick as most of them did rather well with the role.


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said at 8:12 AM on Sat Feb 28 2015
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1) Chris Wiggins
2) Peter Cullen
3) David Kaye
4) Michael Rye
5) Peter Renaday
6) Gregg Berger
7) Daran Norris
8) James Arnold Taylor
9) Robin Atkin Downes
10) David Boat
11) Xander Berkeley
12) Greg Baldwin
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said at 1:49 PM on Wed Feb 18 2015
Xander Berkeley sounds spot on!
said at 6:06 AM on Fri Nov 14 2014
My Top 5:

1) Wiggins
2) Cullen
3) Renaday
4) Berger
5) Norris

I also liked Taylor, Downes, Kaye and Boat
said at 2:02 PM on Tue Feb 24 2015
@ArticleTheWasbi What I love about Chris Wiggins, Peter Cullen and David Kaye is that they play the character in a deliciously hammy way.
said at 12:15 AM on Sun Mar 15 2015
@Starscreamsfan Never Mind Xander Berkeley IS Mysterio!
said at 12:08 PM on Tue Nov 11 2014
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I'd like if Robin used his Gentleman Ghost, Greg Ellis would be good too for the same reason.
said at 5:10 PM on Fri Nov 7 2014
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Maurice LaMarche as Mysterio? Maybe using a more serious version of his Brain voice or maybe his Vincent Price imitation?
said at 6:34 PM on Wed Nov 5 2014
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Dwight Schultz for Mysterio?
said at 2:30 PM on Mon Sep 29 2014
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Xander Berkley sounds the most entertaining! David Kaye, Gregg Berger and James Arnold Taylor are good too. Daran Norris can improve his work.
said at 11:57 PM on Tue Jul 8 2014
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Time to rate the Master of Illusion's voice actors!

1. Xander Berkley: Safe answer since he is a voice actor on Spectacular Spider-Man, but his performance is just perfect. It has the right amount of regality to it that it suitable for a master illusionist, and the accent I feel helps sell it. I give it a 9/10. Fantastic, but not quite perfect.

2. Peter Cullen and Michael Rye: Both sound fantastic in the role as well. For one thing I could barely recognize Peter in the role: the high yet fancy sounding voice he gave for Mysterio is more of what I picture Mysterio sounding like when I read the comics! Michael's voice while not quite high sounding still sounds authoritative and impressive when he speaks up. Both are great on their own merits and both get not an 8, but an 8.5!

3. David Kaye: I'll admit that he's a tad lower than what most would give him, but to me I don't think his deep sounding voice is quite right for Mysterio. However, I still feel that it worked great in the end because he sounds almost perfect when he hams it up! Solid job here, going to give him an 8.

4. James Arnold Taylor and Daran Norris: Both of these performances I don't feel quite fit Mysterio has a whole, but still work quite well for their versions of the character. People complain that Mysterio from Spider-Man 2 overdoes it on the effects, but I feel it was intentional since that version's Quentin Beck is a pompous little twit with a smug sense if superiority, and given that he's pretending to be an alien conqueror I think it'd be natural that he'd overdo it on the effects to sound regal and otherworldly. Daran Norris' performance I feel is even less fitting for the character, but it's just so damn FUN to listen to! I just love how maniacal he sounds especially during that laugh, it's an all around solid performance that while I feel is unfitting, still sounds great enough to share a spot with James' performance. 7/10 for a solid job well done!

5. Greg Baldwin and Robin Atkin Downes: I can't really say much here, because both are serviceable but are mediocre sounding. I feel that Greg could do the role justice and the small bit where he talks in the clip is actually pretty good! Unfortunately, he doesn't say much so I can't really rate his performance all that well. Robin however has the regal voice down perfectly, but lacks the energy I'd associate with Mysterio. Both are okay, 6.5/10 is fair.

6. Chris Wiggins and David Boat: Neither are really that good, but not terrible or anything. David sounds okay for a sillier version of Mysterio, but his voice is still too deep for the role if you ask me. Meanwhile, Chris' delivery is a tad odd, but I can feel some potential buried in there. Both get a 6/10 because their performances aren't bad, but still leave much to be desired.

7. Peter Renaday: I quite like Renaday and find him to be an underrated voice actor, but like with Cam Clarke as Electro this performance is just disappointing because he could totally do a good job in the role, but thanks to what I assume to be shoddy direction he just sounds flat and uninspired in the clip. He does have the regal flair to his voice which sounds nice, so he gets a 5/10. mediocre performance: not good but also not bad, just a "meh" kind of performance.

When it comes to people who I think ought to take a crack at the role, I personally can see Rodger Bumpass being a good Mysterio myself!
said at 12:00 AM on Wed Jul 9 2014
@NoxiousSludge Aaand I just noticed how contradictory my Xander post is. Protip: Never post these lists while sleep-deprived!
said at 2:09 PM on Wed Jul 9 2014
@NoxiousSludge And I realized I forgot about Gregg Berger as well! I'd rate him at around the same Robin Atkin Downes and Greg Baldwin, a 6.5 as it's not a bad performance at all, but it doesn't fit Mysterio at all! It's way too deep and menacing sounding, so I believe that while it's a good voice, it's not a good Mysterio one.
said at 6:31 PM on Wed Nov 5 2014
@NoxiousSludge This was Greg's first appearance, in his later ones, he sounded more eerie.
said at 6:32 PM on Wed Nov 5 2014
@NoxiousSludge And Rodger's not bad but I like him more for Doc Ock, more up his alley.
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said at 11:29 AM on Sat Apr 19 2014
After checking the clips I`m changing my vote to Xander
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said at 8:17 AM on Mon Apr 14 2014
Beacuse his take sounded very menacing and it shows that Peter has a very good range
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said at 5:42 PM on Sun Apr 13 2014
i guess i go with peter cullen
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said at 5:42 PM on Sun Apr 13 2014
they are all good i can`t decide
said at 9:28 PM on Thu Apr 3 2014
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David Kaye and Xander Berkley are both pitch perfect, as they take Mysterio's hammy, over the top persona, and still play to his villanous aspects to deliver a well rounded performance. I can't vote on this one, it's hard to figure out who I like more.

Gregg Berger works well for the surprisingly darker 90's cartoon version, and Darran Norris is enjoyable for the overly insane video game depiction. Michael Rye works almost as well as Xander and David, but he sounds a bit more generic. Not really feeling the rest, especially how the effects went overboard on JAT's voice.
said at 9:54 PM on Wed Jul 2 2014
@chaosincarnate Having played Spider-Man 2, I think that the effects were excessive on purpose since the game shows that Quentin Beck is ultimately an arrogant, pathetic buffoon with an overly inflated ego. I believe that he'd overdo it on the effects in order to try to make himself sound impressive.
said at 10:14 PM on Wed Jul 2 2014
@NoxiousSludge Replaying the game after a while, JAT's take has grown on me. Hearing him as Quentin Beck made me realize how awesome of a cocky Mysterio he is.
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said at 4:26 PM on Thu Mar 6 2014
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I feel David would work so much better, he has shown to have great campy delivery in other roles but he seems to be a little too serious for Mysterio
said at 4:03 PM on Thu Mar 6 2014
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Dear God, what did I just listen to. David is the worst Mystrio voice I've ever heard, mainly because he sounds like Duffman & the voice doesn't fit the character at all. The lines even feel forced too. I'm sorry but it's just wrong to hear 1 of my favourite Spiderman villains sound completely out of character.
said at 12:21 AM on Thu Mar 6 2014
How many other characters have this many Transformers alumni voicing them?
said at 2:10 PM on Sun Feb 23 2014
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David Kaye is the best to me.
said at 7:41 AM on Tue Jan 21 2014
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I wonder if Corey Burton would make a good Mysterio?
said at 10:36 AM on Sat Sep 27 2014
@Finister2 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=X8u7px_GzWQ
said at 10:50 AM on Mon Dec 30 2013
I voted for James, though Xander, David and Greg are also really good.
said at 4:08 PM on Sat Dec 21 2013
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Norris is Awesome, he has the insanity of Mysterio
said at 7:36 PM on Wed Oct 9 2013
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Xander Berkeley's hamminess oddly enough works very well for a role like Mysterio! I vote for him!
said at 9:37 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@Silence Does anyone else think that Dwight Schultz could be a good Mysterio BTW?
Music Meister (Moderator)
said at 9:49 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@Silence I thought that but I'm kinda hoping Tim Curry
said at 9:51 PM on Sat Nov 9 2013
@Music Meister That's another good idea! Both are capable of encompassing Mysterio's hammy nature!
said at 12:10 PM on Tue Oct 8 2013
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1. Chris Wiggins - I personally think his bizarrely hammy and almost unnatural delivery of his lines works perfectly for Mysterio, and under different direction he could've been even better.
2. David Kaye - A perfect sounding performance. Sounds sinister and hammy in all the right places.
3. Peter Cullen - A similarly over-the-top yet evil sounding vocal performance, very threatening too.
4. Xander Berkeley and Greg Baldwin - Xander's delightfully entertaining in this role, but maybe a bit TOO forced in his hamminess. Greg Baldwin sounds almost identical.
5. Robin Atkin Downes - A more refined take on Mysterio that works well.
6. Michael Rye - Underrated. His voice was very fitting for Mysterio, and his delivery, while not spectacular, is solid.
7. Daran Norris - Does a more psychopathic take on the character than usual. Is a bit too high pitched.
8. Gregg Berger - I think he got the wrong kind of "mysterious." He barely sounds like a showman, just a purely sinister supervillain.
9. James Arnold Taylor - Apparently, this Mysteriou is a robot?
10. Peter Renadey - Flat as all Hell, which is SO not Mysterio!
said at 10:26 PM on Sat Jan 18 2014
@Galactic_Cyrus Daran Norris' Mysterio sounds a lot like Anti Cosmo from Fairly Odd Parents LOL
said at 12:03 PM on Sun Feb 23 2014
@llawliet159 It IS his Anti Cosmo voice, just crazier. XD
said at 2:57 PM on Sat Sep 14 2013
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As much as I enjoyed Xander as the character, I think David Kaye turned in a better performance.

And even though it didn't fit Mysterio too well, I still enjoyed Daran's for some weird reason XD
said at 10:22 AM on Wed Oct 30 2013
@HyperVoiceActing You probably enjoyed Daran's take simply because he's so darn awesome. ;)
said at 9:56 PM on Wed Jul 2 2014
@HyperVoiceActing He just delivered the lines perfectly, I especially loved his "Now little Spider: You! Will! DIE!!!"
said at 2:54 PM on Sat Sep 14 2013
Peter Cullen-suprisingly good,i cant belive its really him
Peter Renaday is good,but doenst have any effect,I don’t buy it that he has a glass ball over his head
Gregg Berger-much worse than I remember,to low and gruff
Daran Norris/James Arnold Taylor-both suckass,they are to ridiculously high-pitched and to campy
Robin Atkin Downes-same opinion as with Renaday
Xender Berkely-very good,and the best example of doing and over acted mysterio right,take note Dran and James
Greg Baldwin-I really don’t have anything to say
David Kaye-great a good bland of menacing and hammy
Overall im going with David and Xander,Robin and the 2 peters are also decent ,the other however range from meh to ****ing horrible
said at 6:55 AM on Tue Aug 27 2013
Xander Berkeley, no question.
said at 9:45 AM on Fri Aug 2 2013
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Norris and Kaye are my favourites in this VC. They demonstrate the "dramatic and over-the-top wannabe acting" best.
said at 8:54 AM on Mon Jul 15 2013
Daran was the 1st Mysterio i'd heard as I didn't really watch spiderman a lot until 2008 when SSM came on but I had the Spiderman 2000 game so i'm going with him.

James is 2nd though it's weird how David voiced the character as he is opposite James in Ratchet and Clank so maybe one day they will both switch roles.

Gregg Berger is better than Peter Cullen for a change cause when he takes a role from Cullen he isn't normally as good but for Mysterio he nailed it.

Xander is brilliant so he is 3rd.

Robin & Michael were also good.

Not really a fan of Peter Renaday or Greg Baldwin for this character.

Chris isn't Mysterio but I got 2 admit it's hard when u're the 1st person 2 voice a character cause you don't know how 2 voice it so in some cases I respect the fact that he tried.
said at 10:03 PM on Tue May 28 2013
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My vote for #1 goes for Daran Norris because he nailed the fact the Mysterio was a wannabe actor, not some stage magician, or stage actor. He wanted to hit the big time and never succeeded because his acting was considered to loud and hammy, my second fave goes to Xander Berkeley, but like I mentioned, he sounds less like a wannabe and more like a stage magician or stage actor.
said at 8:23 PM on Mon Apr 29 2013
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I'm changing my vote to Daran Norris... that guy's range is just... wow. He is easily a contender for my all time favorite voice actor.
said at 5:35 PM on Tue May 28 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy Despite me changing my vote, I would love to hear David Kaye as the character again. I would just like to hear him really, really ham it up.
said at 5:26 PM on Mon Aug 26 2013
@PsychicVoiceSpy Beast Wars Megatron and beyond?
said at 5:29 PM on Mon Aug 26 2013
@pete Beyond, way beyond.
said at 11:56 PM on Sun Mar 10 2013
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David and Xander are good, but god, Daran was so darn entertaining and just crazy.
said at 7:40 PM on Sun Mar 10 2013
I enjoy David Kaye the most with Daran Norris just behind him. If Daran hadn't gotten quite that high-pitched and goofy he might have been my favorite.
said at 5:44 PM on Thu Feb 28 2013
Gregg Berger, David Kaye, Daran Norris, Xander Berkeley, James Arnold Taylor, Peter Renaday, are my favorites. Greg Baldwin has potential and Robin Atkin Downes does but was disappointing with the voice he used.
said at 4:40 PM on Wed Mar 6 2013
@pete Forgot Peter Cullen. I'll put him before Daran Norris. One of the est Mysterio voices ever.
said at 6:02 PM on Sun Dec 9 2012
#1 Peter Cullen
#2 James Arnold Taylor
said at 12:39 PM on Sat Jul 7 2012
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Daran Norris all the Way
said at 4:08 PM on Tue Mar 6 2012
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1:Daran Norris
2:Xander Berkeley
said at 9:43 AM on Sun Mar 25 2012
@101mariner Never mind that
1:Xander Berkeley
2:Daran Norris
said at 7:33 PM on Thu Jan 5 2012
I like David Kaye the best.
said at 1:46 PM on Fri Dec 30 2011
1: Chris Wiggins ---- Spider-Man (1967)
2: Michael Rye ----- Spider-Man (1981)
3: Peter Cullen ---- Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends (1981)
said at 1:43 PM on Thu Aug 18 2011
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Personally, I prefer David Kaye as Mysterio. Yeah, it's basically his Megatron voice, but I feel it does suit Mysterio rather well, given both tend to be large hams, so I feel ti works.
said at 9:11 AM on Sun Aug 14 2011
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What I like about Berkeley's portrayal is the element of comedy in it; usually Mysterio is played straight, but Berkeley is so over-the-top and flamboyant that it's honestly rather funny. His semi-British accent also serves as a nice contrast to his rougher, more blue-collar voice as Quentin Beck.
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said at 10:49 PM on Tue Jul 26 2011
I'm disapointed with Kaye's. I mean listen to the begining, it was deep and threatening and was perfect. Then with the rest of the clip he lost that and was less fitting.
said at 12:06 PM on Thu Jun 16 2011
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yeah Daran Norris rules Mysterio!!
said at 9:09 AM on Sun Mar 6 2011
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Xander's Mysterio (along with many, if not all the voices) sounds rather outlandish and just plain weird (rather foreign, actually, for someone named Quinton Beck), not to mention that he doesn't have the classic bubble-like sound Gregg's version has.
said at 3:37 PM on Mon Sep 3 2012

Actually, a lot of voice casting for Sepctacular isn't weird or outlandish. Also, Mysterio is a lrage ham by his nature anyway.

Besides, no offense, but you did vote for Erfem Zimbalsit, Jr. for Doc Ock, who gave the character a German accent, despite the character NOT actually being German.
said at 1:16 AM on Sat Jan 12 2013
@OminousFlare Actually all versions of Mysterio are British.
said at 1:16 AM on Sat Jan 12 2013
@Anicomicgeek He critcized it for being foreign when he's usually portrayed as British.
said at 5:40 PM on Thu Feb 28 2013
@Anicomicgeek I mean German.
said at 4:02 AM on Thu Mar 27 2014
@Anicomicgeek Who would you rather I vote for? The whimpy wet pussy that's in Spectacular? Yeah, because we know what the real Doc Ock in the comics would say to that piece of ****.

And as for another outlandish character, how about the Texan Shocker? And for weird, Eddie Brock being a homey big-brother type character instead of the menacing guy accurately portrayed in TAS?

Face it, Spectacular is just full of distorted characters that don't even fit their comic book counterparts. It's not even Spider-Man, it's just a spin-off.
said at 7:08 AM on Thu Mar 27 2014

Again, that sums up TAS Ock more than Spectacular's Ock ever did. Ock was ultimately a yes man for the Kingpin, so no, Spectacular isn't full of "distorted characters that don't even fit their comic book counterparts", and many fans agree with that.

In fact, given Ock kowtowing to Kingpin, Ana Watson being a harpy who blamed Peter for very little thing and May stomaching it, and Osborn panicking when the Vulture kidnapped him, it's more that TAS is the more that distorted characters.
said at 7:44 AM on Thu Mar 27 2014

I meant to say, "In fact, given Ock kowtowing to Kingpin, Anna Watson being a harpy who blamed Peter for very little thing and May stomaching it, and Osborn panicking when the Vulture kidnapped him, it's more that TAS had the distorted characters."
said at 11:33 AM on Fri Mar 28 2014

said at 10:22 PM on Sun Mar 30 2014
@Anicomicgeek And yet, you're referring to the details in the script, not the portrayal of the characters. Is this BehindTheVoiceActors or BehindTheScriptwriters?

There's little doubt that the VA for TAS' Ock is much more mature than Ock's kiddish voice in Spec (which is the same thing I could say for Josh Keaton, whose voice sounded way too young for a modern Spidey, but since Spec's set in high school, I'll overlook that). He sounded like an old man, which sounded more appropriate than the insecure high-pitched voice in Spec. FYI - Ock was already a megalomaniac even before the accident, check the comics. So that insecurity doesn't even apply anywhere for Ock's character.

It is key that Doc Ock should sound more like the TAS' megalomaniac version than the Spec's high-pitched psychotic version. We're talking about the guy who was once the Master Planner who had put together an entire gang of mobsters. I just can't see a guy like that with a high-pitched voice being the leader of a bunch of mobsters. I think the mobsters would die laughing before they would even begin to follow that stupid-ass voice around.
said at 10:26 PM on Sun Mar 30 2014
@Anicomicgeek Same deal applies with your statement of Anna Watson and Osborn - scripting details, not voice over portrayal details. But on the part of Anna and Norman, I could at least agree that the Spec's portrayal were much closer and more appropriate to the comic book versions than TAS. It's just a shame that Spec's Norman was a throwaway villain who's not the all-scheming maniac that he's in the comics. This is the guy who stole the Iron Patriot costume in Dark Reign, ****ed and then proceeded to kill Gwen Stacy in Sins Past and The Death of Gwen Stacy, and tried to make Peter Parker his son. I think we have a little bit of wasted potential here, people.
said at 10:27 PM on Sun Mar 30 2014
@TheVengeanceKnight Headbang into desk to you as well.
said at 10:33 PM on Sun Mar 30 2014
@Anicomicgeek And of course, Mysterio, who's supposed to be this mystical, mysterious (it's all in the name, hello?) and epic villain who utilises SFX to make himself look cool. Could we have someone who doesn't sound as cheesy as Doc Ock in Spec? My vote for Gregg might not be the best choice now that I look back at it, but I could say that at least even David Kyle's portrayal fitted the bill much more than the 'German Magician' in Spec. Honestly, I've never seen anywhere in the comics that Beck's been depicted as that exotic of a character that he would seem to have come from some faraway land like Germany. Now a British voice, that I could at least try and imagine.
said at 2:59 AM on Mon Mar 31 2014

He didn't sound German; maybe he was supposed to sound British, but he sure wasn't German. And Spec Norman wasn't a throwaway, but probably would've had more done had Spetacular not ended.

And BTW, you were the one who brought up the writing first when you mntioned Shocker and Eddie Brock.
said at 3:34 AM on Mon Mar 31 2014

And Josh Keaton was very good as adult Spidey in Marvel Vs. Capcom 3 and Edge of Time.
said at 10:17 PM on Sun Apr 13 2014

Lastly, some of the other elements you complained about in Spectacular has a basis in the Ultimate Universe.
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said at 4:27 PM on Sat Nov 6 2010
James Arnold Taylor was also him on MUA but I wasn't sure if he sounded different enough though...
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said at 12:34 AM on Fri Nov 5 2010
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Daran Norris is my favorite for the role with Michael Rye in second. I actually dont like Berkeley's take that much on this one.
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said at 12:31 AM on Fri Nov 5 2010
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Holy cow, a lot of big names in on this one!!
said at 10:34 PM on Thu Nov 4 2010
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I'm going with Xander Berkeley

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Who do you think has been the best from these Mysterio voice actors?
Chris Wiggins
Michael Rye
Peter Cullen
Peter Renaday
Gregg Berger
Daran Norris
James Arnold Taylor
Robin Atkin Downes
Xander Berkeley
Greg Baldwin
David Kaye
David Boat