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Comparision of the voice over actors who have been the voice of Cameron Hodge with sound clips and images.
Cameron Hodge is one of the various antagonists in the X-Men franchise and made his comic book debut back in the first issue of X-Factor back in February of 1986. Cameron was an old college roommate of Warren Worthington III A.K.A Angel from the X-Men and once worked with the Mutant Team X-Factor but Cameron was a traitor whom was actually the leader of a Anti-Mutant group known as "The Right". However Cameron has also been with other Anti-Mutant groups such as the Purifiers and the Genoshan Cabinet and has received immortality when he has made a pact with the demonic being known as the N'astirh. Cameron has had different types of appearances such as a seemingly normal person (whom is immortal), a man in a powerful battle suit and has had more than one cyborg body.
EDITOR'S OPINIONToday on the X-Men VC section we have a little something for this rather treacherous fellow whom was once with X-Factor known as... CAMERON HODGE! We shall begin with the 90's X Men series in which Cameron appeared in his original form (and later on in the series his Phalanx form) voiced by Stephen Ouimette (whom also voiced Cameron's old college Roommate Warren Worthington III/Angel). Anyways Stephen played the role of Cameron as a bit more "Affably Evil" sort of way as Cameron seemed like a decent fellow at first but then you find out this is not quite the case (though I like on how Stephen does occasionally add in a little bit of sliminess to his performance as well). Granted Stephen's performance for the roles gets a bit more sinister in Cameron's Phalanx form later on in the series but his work as Cameron's original appearance was good as well and is a pretty good example of the voice work in the series.
Many years later Keith Ferguson gets to take over the role of Cameron Hodge in X Men Destiny (in which the game is going with the idea of Cameron being in a powerful attack suit). Keith's voice for the role is deeper but Keith does a pretty good job in making it work as his performance does sound quite sinister. But not only does Keith's voice and performance for the role suit how sinister Cameron can be but also how arrogant and treacherous he can be as well and is a good example of the voice work in that game. Overall both of these guys did pretty well but I suppose I will go with Keith Ferguson a bit more here.