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Spider-Man (1994)said at 3:04 PM on Tue Jul 17 2018
http://drg4.dancemania-ex.com/spscenes3.html

A really cool behind the scenes article about the cartoon. go to »
Christopher Corey Smithsaid at 9:28 AM on Tue Jul 17 2018
Happy birthday, Christopher Smith!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Rufus (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
2) Killer Moth (Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham)
3) Professor X (Pinball FX 2)
4) The Joker (Lego Dimensions)
5) Iceman (Pinball FX 2) go to »
G.I. Joe (DiC)said at 4:48 PM on Mon Jul 16 2018
@8000 Saiyans It's actually better than people say it is. I personally find myself enjoying the stories.

Even the Sunbow cartoon had its share of wacky episodes and moments, so I would say this show does get the tone right. go to »
Jonathan Adamssaid at 7:07 AM on Mon Jul 16 2018
Happy birthday, Jonathan Adams!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Razorpaw (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Kang the Conqueror (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
3) Darkseid (Justice League Action)
4) Atrocitus (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
5) Absorbing Man (Ultimate Spider-Man) go to »
William Woodsonsaid at 5:57 AM on Mon Jul 16 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Bill Woodson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Namor the Sub-Mariner (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
2) Narration (Battle of the Planets)
3) Dr. Strange (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
4) Rayno (Challenge of the SuperFriends)
5) J. Jonah Jameson (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends) go to »
Bob Jolessaid at 5:31 AM on Mon Jul 16 2018
Happy birthday, Bob Joles!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) X-Brawn (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Mayor Tollivar (Batman: Gotham by Gaslight)
3) Bear (Johnny Bravo)
4) Gimli (The Lord of the Rings: War in the North)
5) Treebeard (The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle Earth) go to »
Alexsaid at 6:03 PM on Sun Jul 15 2018
@Aztec I felt Patrick sounded cool, but his delivery of some lines sounded kinda odd, at least to me. go to »
Campbell Lanesaid at 6:14 AM on Sun Jul 15 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Campbell Lane!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Clancy (G.I. Joe Extreme)
2) Genie (Captain N: The Game Master)
3) Alpha Prime (RoboCop: Alpha Commando)
4) Rampage (Beast Wars Transformers)
5) Skeletor (The New Adventures of He-Man) go to »
Mike McFarlandsaid at 11:27 AM on Sat Jul 14 2018
Happy birthday, Mike McFarland!!!

I really enjoyed him as Paul Phoenix in Street Fighter X Tekken. go to »
Scott Portersaid at 11:24 AM on Sat Jul 14 2018
Happy birthday, Scott Porter!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) The Scarlet Spider (Ultimate Spider-Man)
2) Bucky Barnes/Winter Soldier (Lego Marvel Avengers)
3) Adrian Luca (X-Men: Destiny)
4) Robin/Damian Wayne (Injustice 2)
5) Cyclops (Marvel Heroes) go to »
Jerry Housersaid at 11:18 AM on Sat Jul 14 2018
Happy birthday, Jerry Houser!!!

I absolutely enjoyed him as Hank Pym, Sandstorm and Jack, but my favorite role from him would have to be Sci-Fi from G.I. Joe. I think he really nailed the cool, laidback nature of the character.

Also, a shout out to his role of Killer Carlson in Slap Shot. go to »
Ted Cassidysaid at 12:31 PM on Fri Jul 13 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Ted Cassidy!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Galactus (1967 Fantastic Four)
2) Narration (1978 The Incredible Hulk)
3) Black Manta (Challenge of the SuperFriends)
4) Balok's Puppet (Star Trek)
5) The Hulk (1978 The Incredible Hulk) go to »
Brian Georgesaid at 7:22 AM on Fri Jul 13 2018
Happy birthday, Brian George!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Appa Ali Apsa (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
2) Dr. Padu Banjahri (Batman Beyond)
3) Ki-Adi-Mundi (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
4) M'Ten (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
5) Parasite (Justice League) go to »
Sandy Foxsaid at 7:19 AM on Fri Jul 13 2018
Happy birthday, Sandy Fox!!!

I really loved her as T-AI. go to »
Tom Kennysaid at 7:17 AM on Fri Jul 13 2018
Happy birthday, Tom Kenny!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Carl Chryniszzswics (Johnny Bravo)
2) Anti-Monitor (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
3) Babyface (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4) Nightstrike (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
5) Mazing Man (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
6) Ray (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
7) Nute Gunray (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
8) Mumbo Jumbo (2003 Teen Titans)
9) G.I. Joe (Honda Clearance)
10) Fixit (2003 Teen Titans) go to »
Kari Wahlgrensaid at 7:05 AM on Fri Jul 13 2018
Happy birthday, Kari Wahlgren!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Clea (Marvel Heroes)
2) Tatiana Romanova (007: From Russia With Love)
3) Starfire (Injustice 2)
4) Enchantress (Hulk Vs.)
5) Letta Turmond (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
6) Jill Valentine (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)
7) Victorion (Transformers: Titans Return)
8) Saturn Girl (Legion of Super Heroes)
9) Shrinking Violet (Legion of Super Heroes)
10) Karnilla (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes) go to »
Robert Forstersaid at 6:52 AM on Fri Jul 13 2018
Happy birthday, Robert Forster!!!

He was really great as Jack J. Kurtzman. go to »
Camilla Scottsaid at 5:13 PM on Thu Jul 12 2018
Happy birthday, Camilla Scott!!!

She was really great as Lilandra. go to »
Susan Blusaid at 6:36 AM on Thu Jul 12 2018
Happy birthday, Susan Blu!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Arcee (The Transformers)
2) Stormer (Jem and the Holograms)
3) Marissa Faireborn (The Transformers)
4) Transmutate (Beast Wars Transformers)
5) Beta (The Transformers)
6) Rita (1982 The Incredible Hulk)
7) Vipra (BraveStarr)
8) Lin-Z Pierce (Jem and the Holograms)
9) Judge J.B. McBride (BraveStarr)
10) Suffra-Jet (The Tick) go to »
Cristina Valenzuelasaid at 7:35 AM on Wed Jul 11 2018
Happy birthday, Cristina Vee!!!

She's really good as Enero and it's nice that she got cast as Miss Marvel/Kamala Khan in Pinball FX 2. go to »
Michael Rosenbaumsaid at 6:02 AM on Wed Jul 11 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Rosenbaum!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Deadman (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
2) Flash/Wally West (Static Shock)
3) Ghoul (Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker)
4) Terminal/Carter Wilson (Batman Beyond)
5) Trapper (Static Shock) go to »
Jason Liebrechtsaid at 5:57 AM on Wed Jul 11 2018
Happy birthday, Jason Liebrecht!!!

I really enjoyed him as Abel and Eclipso. go to »
Rodney Saulsberrysaid at 5:55 AM on Wed Jul 11 2018
Happy birthday, Rodney Saulsberry!!!

He was really solid as Robbie Robertson, Heavy Duty, Philip Rollins/Sparky and Jim Rhodes. go to »
Jeff Bergmansaid at 10:42 AM on Tue Jul 10 2018
Happy birthday, Jeff Bergman!!!

He really does an amazing Cesar Romero-esque take for the Joker. go to »
Nick Jamesonsaid at 5:46 AM on Tue Jul 10 2018
Happy birthday, Nick Jameson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Richard Fisk (1994 Spider-Man)
2) Darts D'Nar (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
3) Aldar Beedo (Star Wars Episode I: Racer)
4) Harkov (Star Wars: Tie Fighter)
5) Neimoidian Aide (Star Wars Episode III: The Video Game) go to »
Gwendoline Yeosaid at 5:25 AM on Tue Jul 10 2018
Happy birthday, Gwendoline Yeo!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Domino (Deadpool)
2) Kalifa (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
3) Shini (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Lola Chang (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns)
5) Blu (Green Lantern: Emerald Knights) go to »
Bill Thompsonsaid at 8:54 AM on Sun Jul 8 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Bill Thompson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Wallace Wimple (Fibber McGee and Molly)
2) Mr. Smee (Lux Radio Theater)
3) The Old Man (Fibber McGee and Molly)
4) Sir Jasper Bollock (The Great Gildersleeve)
5) Horatio K. Boomer (Fibber McGee and Molly) go to »
Milo Ventimigliasaid at 8:48 AM on Sun Jul 8 2018
Happy birthday, Milo Ventimiglia!!!

He was pretty good as Grant Alexander and Noir Spider-Man. go to »
Cree Summersaid at 6:22 AM on Sat Jul 7 2018
Happy birthday, Cree Summer!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Princess Kitana (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Nebula (Guardians of the Galaxy)
3) Dulcy (Sonic the Hedgehog)
4) Max Gibson (Batman Beyond)
5) Maura the Magnificent (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
6) Aquagirl (Young Justice)
7) Thunder (DC Super Hero Girls)
8) Mary West (Young Justice)
9) Victoria (Guardians of the Galaxy)
10) Madame Xanadu (Young Justice) go to »
Danny Jacobssaid at 5:56 AM on Sat Jul 7 2018
Happy birthday, Danny Jacobs!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Hyman Roth (The Godfather II)
2) Brother Gunter (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
3) Baron Mordo (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Victor Zsasz (Batman: Arkham Asylum)
5) Grifter (Justice League: The Flashpoint Paradox) go to »
Robin Weigertsaid at 5:48 AM on Sat Jul 7 2018
Happy birthday, Robin Weigert!!!

She was really good as Scatterspike. go to »
Brian Posehnsaid at 11:21 AM on Fri Jul 6 2018
Happy birthday, Brian Posehn!!!

Although I've never been big on Transformers Animated, he was pretty good as Nanosec. go to »
Sylvester Stallonesaid at 11:10 AM on Fri Jul 6 2018
Happy birthday, Sylvester Stallone!!!

It's pretty neat that he reprised his Rocky Balboa role for Brisk commercials and he was pretty cool as Paul Revere. go to »
Alessandro Julianisaid at 11:08 AM on Fri Jul 6 2018
Happy birthday, Alessandro Juliani!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Nightscream (Beast Machines Transformers)
2) Kid Icarus (Captain N: The Game Master)
3) Wild Child (Wolverine vs. Sabretooth)
4) Young James Howlett (Wolverine: Origin)
5) Gambit (X-Men Evolution) go to »
Burt Wardsaid at 10:29 AM on Fri Jul 6 2018
HOLY HAPPY BIRTHDAY!!!

Happy birthday, Burt Ward!!!

Even now he's great as Robin. He was good in the New Adventures of Batman cartoon, but I think he was at his best in the two animated films based on the 60's Batman show. He still could deliver flawlessly as he did back in the day. go to »
William Hootkinssaid at 6:54 AM on Thu Jul 5 2018
Happy birthday and RIP William Hootkins!!!

He was pretty decent as Crimson Dynamo. go to »
Blu Mankumasaid at 6:26 AM on Thu Jul 5 2018
Happy birthday, Blu Mankuma!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Tigatron/Tigerhawk (Beast Wars Transformers)
2) Freight (G.I. Joe Extreme)
3) Bo Jackson (Captain N: The Game Master)
4) Quick Stryke (G.I. Joe Extreme)
5) Vok #1 (Beast Wars Transformers) go to »
Robert Itosaid at 5:54 AM on Mon Jul 2 2018
Happy birthday, Robert Ito!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) The Ninja/Kyodai Ken (Batman: The Animated Series)
2) Black Dragon (Rambo: The Force of Freedom)
3) Tabe (Chuck Norris: Karate Kommandos)
4) White Dragon (Rambo: The Force of Freedom)
5) The Mandarin (Iron Man) go to »
Brock Peterssaid at 5:50 AM on Mon Jul 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Brock Peters!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Darth Vader (NPR Star Wars radio dramas)
2) Ramath (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
3) Lucius Fox (Batman: The Animated Series)
4) Soul Power (Static Shock)
5) Dark Kat (SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron) go to »
Rino Romanosaid at 9:24 AM on Sun Jul 1 2018
Happy birthday, Rino Romano!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Rain (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Kyle Katarn (Star Wars Jedi Knight: Mysteries of the Sith)
3) Darth Revan (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic)
4) Spider-Man/Peter Parker (2000 Spider-Man)
5) The Green Goblin (Spider-Man Unlimited) go to »
Brian Bloomsaid at 6:25 AM on Sat Jun 30 2018
Happy birthday, Brian Bloom!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Daredevil (Marvel Heroes)
2) Black Mask (Batman: Arkham Origins)
3) Rip Hunter (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4) Ultraman (Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths)
5) Iron (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
6) Captain Ryan (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
7) Oxygen (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
8) Zartan (G.I. Joe Renegades)
9) Captain America/Steve Rogers (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
10) Creeper/Jack Ryder (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) go to »
Megan Taylor Harveysaid at 6:14 AM on Sat Jun 30 2018
Happy birthday, Megan Taylor Harvey!!!

She was pretty good as Li-Fen. go to »
Stephanie Lemelinsaid at 6:08 AM on Fri Jun 29 2018
Happy birthday, Stephanie Lemelin!!!

She was really fantastic as Artemis Crock. go to »
Matthew Mercersaid at 6:07 AM on Fri Jun 29 2018
Happy birthday, Matt Mercer!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Anarky (Batman: Arkham Origins)
2) Karn (2014 Spider-Man Unlimited)
3) Black Arrow (Freedom Fighters: The Ray)
4) Green Lantern Ring (DC Super Hero Girls)
5) Ice Pick Joe (Beware the Batman)
6) Hellhound (Batman: Bad Blood)
7) Fei Long (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
8) Wolverine (Pinball FX 2)
9) Robin/Tim Drake (Batman: Arkham Knight)
10) Deadshot (Injustice 2) go to »
Peter Jessopsaid at 5:56 AM on Fri Jun 29 2018
Happy birthday, Peter Jessop!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Steppenwolf (Justice League Action)
2) Vision (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
3) Soundwave (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen: The Game)
4) Superman (JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time)
5) Brainiac (Justice League Heroes) go to »
Ed Gilbertsaid at 5:49 AM on Fri Jun 29 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Ed Gilbert!!!

Along with Michael Rye, Christopher Collins and Stanley Ross, he's one of my top favorite VAs.

My favorite roles from him are:

1) General Hawk (G.I. Joe)
2) Blitzwing (The Transformers)
3) Metlar (InHumanoids)
4) Superion (The Transformers)
5) The Mandarin (Iron Man)
6) Thrust (The Transformers)
7) Nomad (Rambo: The Force of Freedom)
8) Puggsy (Tom and Jerry: The Movie)
9) Dormammu (1994 Spider-Man)
10) Grey Gargoyle (Iron Man)

Also, a special mention to his live-action role as Fenton Hardy in the Hardy Boys/Nancy Drew Mysteries TV show. I'm also surprised that he was an entomologist. Really shows that he was quite a smart man. go to »
Stuart Rosensaid at 3:31 PM on Tue Jun 26 2018
Happy birthday, Stu Rosen!!!

He's a great voice director and despite the little material he got, I really enjoyed his Crimson Dynamo. go to »
Fernando Escandonsaid at 8:05 PM on Mon Jun 25 2018
RIP Fernando Escandon!!! :(

You were truly great as El Dorado.

Kinda sad that he passed away last year and nobody noticed (not even me):

https://radionotas.com/2017/09/26/fallece-locutor-actor-doblaje-fernando-escandon/ go to »
Kene Hollidaysaid at 6:24 PM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Happy birthday, Kene Holliday!!!

He really made Roadblock memorable. go to »
Blizzardsaid at 5:07 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing to Chuck. I really get a crack out of his performance. go to »
Madame Masquesaid at 5:05 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing to Lisa. go to »
Hawkeyesaid at 5:04 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing to John. Although I felt he did sound too jerky in season one, I felt he really improved in season two. go to »
Scarlet Witchsaid at 5:02 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
I think I'll change to Jennifer Darling. go to »
Crimson Dynamosaid at 4:59 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing my vote to Stu Rosen. I really like his accent a lot and his delivery is quite solid. go to »
Spider Woman / Julia Carpentersaid at 4:57 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing my vote to Jennifer. go to »
MODOKsaid at 4:56 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing my vote to Jim Cummings. I feel he does find a good balance at making MODOK both menacing and comical. go to »
Nick Furysaid at 4:54 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing to Phil Abbott. I still like Jack a lot and he does sound close to Richard Crenna, but Phil got some really fun moments in the Iron Man cartoon. go to »
Fin Fang Foomsaid at 4:52 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing to Neil. In season two, he sounded much better. go to »
Mandarinsaid at 4:49 AM on Mon Jun 25 2018
Changing my vote to Ed. He has grown on me and I really feel his performance is great. However, if he had Robert Ito's material, he would be even better. go to »
Fin Fang Foomsaid at 8:23 PM on Sun Jun 24 2018
@8000 Saiyans Neil did sound deeper in season two:

https://tfregenerationone.weebly.com/uploads/6/3/4/4/63446209/fin_fang_foom__neil_ross_.mp3 go to »
Arthur Burghardtsaid at 11:45 AM on Sat Jun 23 2018
Happy birthday, Arthur Burghardt!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Destro (G.I. Joe)
2) Devastator (The Transformers)
3) Iceberg (G.I. Joe)
4) Turbo (Challenge of the GoBots)
5) Stalker (G.I. Joe)
6) Borf (Space Ace)
7) General Plankton (SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show)
8) Pete (The Prince and the Pauper)
9) Venom (2005 Ultimate Spider-Man)
10) Cop-Tur (Challenge of the GoBots) go to »
Paul Freessaid at 3:02 PM on Fri Jun 22 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Paul Frees!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) The Thing/Ben Grimm (1967 Fantastic Four)
2) K.A.R.R. (Knight Rider)
3) Uatu the Watcher (1967 Fantastic Four)
4) Bombur (The Hobbit)
5) Elrond (The Return of the King) go to »
Catherine Dishersaid at 2:58 PM on Fri Jun 22 2018
Happy birthday, Catherine Disher!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Jean Grey/Phoenix (X-Men)
2) Psylocke (X-Men: Children of the Atom)
3) Jill Valentine (Resident Evil 3: Nemesis)
4) Spiral (X-Men: Children of the Atom)
5) Storm (X-Men: Children of the Atom) go to »
Sarah Edmondsonsaid at 2:54 PM on Fri Jun 22 2018
Happy birthday, Sarah Edmondson!!!

She was really good as Lori, Tonaja, Marista and Yelena Belova. go to »
Michael Truccosaid at 2:52 PM on Fri Jun 22 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Trucco!!!

He was really good as Adam Strange. go to »
Enn Reitelsaid at 6:41 PM on Thu Jun 21 2018
Happy birthday, Enn Reitel!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Edwin Jarvis (Marvel Heroes)
2) Deraegis (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
3) Laufey (Hulk and the Agents of SMASH)
4) Mr. White (007: Quantum of Solace)
5) Alfred Pennyworth (Batman: The Enemy Within) go to »
Billie Lou Wattsaid at 5:20 PM on Wed Jun 20 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Billie Lou Watt!!!

She was great as Astroboy, Kimba and Ma Bagge. go to »
Martin Landausaid at 5:03 PM on Wed Jun 20 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Martin Landau!!!

He was just excellent as the Scorpion. Definitely one of my favorite performances in the 90's Spider-Man cartoon. go to »
Mandarinsaid at 4:12 PM on Wed Jun 20 2018
So it was David Lodge, huh? Well, he still works well.

Also, to Robert Ito's credit, he did get some really awesome material to work with and he did seem to be having fun (plus, his evil laugh is a treat to listen to), but the problem is that he sometimes makes the Mandarin sound a bit weak and frail (especially when he screams). go to »
Jennifer Darlingsaid at 4:02 AM on Tue Jun 19 2018
Happy birthday, Jennifer Darling!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Pythona (G.I. Joe: The Movie)
2) Irma Langinstein (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Hypnotia (1994 Iron Man)
4) Dia (Mighty Orbots)
5) Scarlet Witch (1994 Iron Man) go to »
Tara Plattsaid at 4:55 PM on Mon Jun 18 2018
Happy birthday, Tara Platt!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Tron Bonne (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)
2) Margot Frank (2012 Diary of Anne Frank radio play)
3) Sasha Hammer (Iron Man: Rise of Technovore)
4) Wonder Woman (Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe)
5) Anna Williams (Tekken 6) go to »
Dominic Guardsaid at 4:47 PM on Mon Jun 18 2018
Happy birthday, Dominic Guard!!!

He was pretty good as Pippin. go to »
Richard Boonesaid at 4:46 PM on Mon Jun 18 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Richard Boone!!!

He was great as Smaug in the 1977 Hobbit special. go to »
Keye Lukesaid at 4:42 PM on Mon Jun 18 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Keye Luke!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Zoltar (Battle of the Planets)
2) Uncle Jenju (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
3) The Great Spirit (Battle of the Planets)
4) Brak (Space Ghost)
5) Colonel Cronus (Battle of the Planets) go to »
Colossussaid at 5:23 AM on Sun Jun 17 2018
@Shaun Ince Yeah, a lot of people seem to have that problem with voice acting.

But even if characters sounded similar to each other (even in the same project), I wouldn't mind, 'cause voice acting I feel is more about performance and the voice is secondary. go to »
Tom Wynersaid at 5:50 AM on Sat Jun 16 2018
Happy birthday, Tom Wyner!!!

I really enjoyed him as 2001 RiD Grimlock and as Rosanov in Street Fighter Alpha. go to »
James M Connorsaid at 5:43 AM on Sat Jun 16 2018
Happy birthday, James M. Connor!!!

He was really good as William Stryker and Cable. go to »
Joan Van Arksaid at 5:42 AM on Sat Jun 16 2018
Happy birthday, Joan Van Ark!!!

I really enjoyed her as Dr. Bronwyn Sing in Wing Commander Academy and as Spider-Woman. go to »
Aron Kincaidsaid at 5:48 AM on Fri Jun 15 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Aron Kincaid!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Sky Lynx (The Transformers)
2) Killer Croc (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Commander Korak (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Dr. Mark Morgan (The Transformers)
5) Lucas (Batman: The Animated Series) go to »
Kyle Hebertsaid at 5:21 PM on Thu Jun 14 2018
Happy birthday, Kyle Hebert!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Wiccan (Marvel Heroes)
2) Sergei (Blade Anime)
3) Cain (Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher)
4) Saragi (Blade Anime)
5) Dr. Lyle Getz (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
6) Iron Man/Tony Stark (Pinball FX 2)
7) Ryu (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
8) Drax the Destroyer (Pinball FX 2)
9) Ho Yinsen (Iron Man Anime)
10) Dr. Strange (Pinball FX 2) go to »
Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realmsaid at 7:50 AM on Wed Jun 13 2018
@8000 Saiyans Out of the video game cartoons I'm fond of, this definitely has somewhat weak animation (though not as awful as Darkstalkers, and at least the last episode had competent animation). But I liked it not because of the animation, but because of the performances.

But not all video game cartoons have terrible animation. The Street Fighter cartoon did have some well animated episodes (so I would call it "inconsistent" animation) and Wing Commander Academy had the best animation out of all the video game cartoons (it was quite slick and the action sequences were just great). go to »
Ogie Bankssaid at 5:23 AM on Wed Jun 13 2018
Happy birthday, Ogie Banks!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Spider-Man/Miles Morales (Ultimate Spider-Man)
2) Patriot (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2)
3) Luke Cage (Lego Marvel Avengers)
4) Firestorm (Injustice 2)
5) Terrence Baxter (Superman vs. the Elite) go to »
Malcolm McDowellsaid at 5:17 AM on Wed Jun 13 2018
Happy birthday, Malcolm McDowell!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Commodore Geoffrey Tolwyn (Wing Commander Academy)
2) Arcady Duvall (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Whistler (1994 Spider-Man)
4) Metallo (Superman: The Animated Series)
5) Mad Mod (Teen Titans)

Honestly, even in series that I'm not fond of, Malcolm always brings his A-game to every single one of his performances. go to »
Zach Hankssaid at 11:41 AM on Tue Jun 12 2018
Happy birthday, Zach Hanks!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Lars Alexandersson (Street Fighter X Tekken)
2) Garnac (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
3) The Thing/Ben Grimm (Pinball FX 2)
4) Wild Bill (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra game)
5) Cyclops (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2) go to »
Michael Donovansaid at 5:22 AM on Tue Jun 12 2018
Happy birthday, Mike Donovan!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Demitri Maximoff (Darkstalkers)
2) Zangief (1995 Street Fighter)
3) Big Bear (1989 G.I. Joe)
4) Guile (1995 Street Fighter)
5) Eggplant Wizard (Captain N: The Game Master)
6) Wes Weasley (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
7) Sage of the Halo (Ronin Warriors)
8) Grey Hulk/Mr. Fixit (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
9) Dirt Boss (Transformers Cybertron)
10) Iron Cross (Captain America: Super Soldier)

I still can't believe he has the same birthday as me!!! :O go to »
Adrienne Barbeausaid at 11:10 AM on Mon Jun 11 2018
Happy birthday, Adrienne Barbeau!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Gretchen Whistler (Batman: Arkham Asylum)
2) Martha Wayne (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Central (Judge Dredd)
4) Catwoman (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) Sif (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance) go to »
Gerald Mohrsaid at 10:40 AM on Mon Jun 11 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Gerald Mohr!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Mr. Fantastic (1967 Fantastic Four)
2) Philip Marlowe (The Adventures of Philip Marlowe)
3) The Scorpion (The Adventures of Captain Marvel)
4) Mr. Monet (Our Miss Brooks)
5) Green Lantern/Hal Jordan (The Superman/Aquaman Hour of Adventure)

Seriously, I wish he had lived longer, 'cause he really was a very good performer and he could have played a lot more roles. go to »
Patricia Drakesaid at 1:06 PM on Sun Jun 10 2018
Happy birthday, Patricia Drake!!!

She was great as Strika. go to »
Lauren Landasaid at 8:22 AM on Sat Jun 9 2018
Happy birthday, Lauren Landa!!!

She was quite good as Karin Kanzuki. go to »
Mae Whitmansaid at 8:21 AM on Sat Jun 9 2018
Happy birthday, Mae Whitman!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Wonder Girl/Cassie Sandsmark (Young Justice)
2) Valaxina (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Speed Queen (DC Super Hero Girls)
4) Little Suzy (Johnny Bravo)
5) Stephanie Brown (Young Justice)
6) Helena Sandsmark (Young Justice: Legacy)
7) Za-Naron (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
8) Batgirl/Barbara Gordon (DC Super Hero Girls)
9) April O'Neil (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
10) Wizardess (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) go to »
Peter Renadaysaid at 8:08 AM on Sat Jun 9 2018
Happy birthday, Peter Renaday!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Grapple (The Transformers)
2) Splinter (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Mandrake the Magician (Defenders of the Earth)
4) Lord Chumley (The Transformers)
5) Vernon Fenwick (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
6) Howard Stark (1994 Iron Man)
7) General Traag (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
8) Uncle Sam (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
9) Chromedome (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
10) Abraham Lincoln (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) go to »
Sarah Partridgesaid at 6:47 PM on Fri Jun 8 2018
Man, I kinda wish she got back into VO gigs. I really liked her as Jedda Walker in the Defenders of the Earth cartoon.

She also has quite a beautiful singing voice (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vo8a2jg1rNc). go to »
Arceesaid at 11:46 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
@EPA Deane Well, at least we agree with that one. Ugh... that version... go to »
Galactussaid at 11:43 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
@EPA Deane Maybe, but Ted has way more energy and doesn't sound as cold-hearted. Like radio actors did, Ted uses his voice and energy to give the character movement and to represent his reactions.

He doesn't sound like the clip at 0:54 of this episode:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x44wuhv

Now that is what I call Ted doing a robotic voice.

Yeah, Stanley was great and my top favorite Brainiac voice due to sounding cold-hearted and unsettling. go to »
Arceesaid at 11:35 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
@EPA Deane Yes, I know there are more memorable female TFs, but still, I like G1 Arcee for what she is, 'cause she seems like the kinda gal I would like to hang out with.

Plus, there are also worse depictions of female characters (TFP's "I'm angry and I learn a lesson only to forget it in the next episode" Arcee and Combiner Wars' "EVERY COMBINER HAS TO DIE!!!" Windblade).

But still, that's my opinion. go to »
Galactussaid at 11:31 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
@EPA Deane I've heard robotic and that's not the vibe I get out of Ted's Galactus. I get a more theatrical and prideful sound from him.

Robotic would be more like his first take on Brainiac. Now that is robotic for me. go to »
Galactussaid at 8:22 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
@EPA Deane His Galactus voice doesn't sound evil enough for Brainiac. I picture Brainiac sounding much more evil and cold-hearted, whereas Ted's Galactus sounds a bit too majestic and theatrical in the role (especially in his last speech). At least, that's my opinion.

Ted's first Brainiac voice was good, but then it degenerated into the voice you hear in the VC clip. go to »
Arceesaid at 8:16 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
@EPA Deane I never found her to be a stereotype. And besides, she's not supposed to be Elita-One.

Arcee is supposed to be a tough yet gentle woman (ala Invisible Girl), at least to me. go to »
Klawsaid at 5:46 AM on Fri Jun 8 2018
Trevor Devall sounds pretty good in the role. He really seems to be having fun.

Fifth place. go to »
Arceesaid at 4:07 PM on Thu Jun 7 2018
@aw4977273 I dunno. Animated Arcee was pretty much a plot device instead of a character, whereas G1 Arcee was a much more well-rounded character. go to »
Sandra Bernhardsaid at 5:15 AM on Wed Jun 6 2018
Happy birthday, Sandra Bernhard!!!

I really loved her as Sarah Blake in the 1994 Spider-Man cartoon, and even though I prefer Jennifer Hale in the role, she was really enjoyable as Gsptlsnz (one of the better performances in that show). go to »
Robert Englundsaid at 5:11 AM on Wed Jun 6 2018
Happy birthday, Robert Englund!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Freddy Krueger (The Simpsons)
2) Myglom (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
3) Dire Beaver (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Pluto (Hulk and the Agents of SMASH)
5) Dread Beaver (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) go to »
Levi Stubbssaid at 5:06 AM on Wed Jun 6 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Levi Stubbs!!!

I really enjoyed him as Mother Brain. go to »
Coransaid at 11:44 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
Cullen works pretty well as this character. Bell and Halder also work well. Darby sounds a bit too comical for a character like this. go to »
King Alforsaid at 11:42 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
Cullen sounds pretty awesome here. The others work pretty well too, but they just don't have the same presence Cullen has. go to »
Lotorsaid at 11:41 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
I think I like Curry the most. I think he's really entertaining here. Hildreth has a great hammy performance and Locascio is quite a treat to listen as well. I want to like Weinrib, but I feel he overdoes the stuffy demeanor a bit too much. go to »
Keithsaid at 11:37 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
I think Ross works best here. Yeun is not bad at all, either. He has a really down-to-earth sound to his performance. Panton doesn't sound as good as the others. go to »
Princess Allurasaid at 11:35 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
I know this is gonna be sacrilegious to many since I like a lot of pre-90's stuff, but along with ThunderCats, I've never seen Voltron in my life. Sorry about that.

Okay, with that outta the way, I think I'll go with B.J. Ward. Kimberly Brooks is decent, but the accent is wonky and Ashleigh Ball sounds a bit too "street-wise" for this kind of character. go to »
Mary Kay Bergmansaid at 7:38 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Mary Kay Bergman!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) The Ottoman Empress (The Tick)
2) Annie Yamhertz (Johnny Bravo)
3) Ant Woman (The Tick)
4) Gwen Stacy (1994 Spider-Man)
5) Batgirl (Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero) go to »
Marc Wordensaid at 7:34 AM on Tue Jun 5 2018
Happy birthday, Marc Worden!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Punisher (Marvel Heroes)
2) Scab (Batman Beyond)
3) Lt. Matthew Shrieve (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4) Jody (Batman Beyond)
5) Joker, Jr. (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) go to »
Scottie Raysaid at 10:51 AM on Mon Jun 4 2018
Happy birthday, Scottie Ray!!!

Really enjoyed him as Long Range, and he was pretty decent as Nick Fury and Shredder. go to »
Keith Davidsaid at 10:49 AM on Mon Jun 4 2018
Happy birthday, Keith David!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Nick Fury (Marvel Heroes)
2) Solovar (The Flash)
3) Despero (Justice League)
4) Barricade (Transformers: The Game)
5) Black Panther/T'Challa (1994 Fantastic Four) go to »
Morena Baccarinsaid at 2:54 PM on Sat Jun 2 2018
Happy birthday, Morena Baccarin!!!

I really enjoyed her as Gideon and she's a pretty enjoyable Cheetah.

Also, a shout out to her live-action role of Vanessa in both Deadpool movies. go to »
Stacy Keachsaid at 6:46 AM on Sat Jun 2 2018
Happy birthday, Stacy Keach!!!

He was really great as the Phantasm, Carl Beaumont and Robert Vance.

Also, a big shout out to his live-action role as Colonel Kane in The Ninth Configuration. go to »
Wally Burrsaid at 6:43 AM on Sat Jun 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Wally Burr!!!

A brilliant voice director and actor. I really enjoyed him as the Atom and Harvey Gabor. go to »
Mantissaid at 6:33 AM on Sat Jun 2 2018
Mel Gorsha has a nice innocent sound to her voice, but her delivery can get a bit stiff at times. go to »
Nebulasaid at 6:31 AM on Sat Jun 2 2018
Yeah, not really feeling Linnea Sage. go to »
Rene Auberjonoissaid at 9:44 AM on Fri Jun 1 2018
Happy birthday, Rene Auberjonois!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Desaad (The Super Powers Team)
2) General Zod (1988 Superman)
3) Horde (The Savage Dragon)
4) Odo (Star Trek DS9: Harbinger)
5) Dr. March (Batman: The Animated Series)
6) Blockbuster (Young Justice)
7) Ebony Maw (Avengers Assemble)
8) Mark Desmond (Young Justice)
9) McChirpy (Duck Dodgers)
10) Galius Zed (Justice League) go to »
Don Amechesaid at 5:05 AM on Thu May 31 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Don Ameche!!!

He was really enjoyable as the various male leads he played in the First Nighter Program. go to »
Vicki Sue Robinsonsaid at 5:03 AM on Thu May 31 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Vicki Sue Robinson!!!

She was a great singing voice for Minx and Rapture. go to »
Ted McGinleysaid at 12:40 PM on Wed May 30 2018
Happy birthday, Ted McGinley!!!

He's just pretty enjoyable as Denny Clay. go to »
Mel Blancsaid at 9:12 AM on Wed May 30 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Mel Blanc!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Sy the Little Mexican (The Jack Benny Program)
2) Daffy Duck (Looney Tunes)
3) Professor LeBlanc (The Jack Benny Program)
4) Bugs Bunny (Looney Tunes)
5) Train Announcer (The Jack Benny Program)
6) Porky Pig (Looney Tunes)
7) Polly the Parrot (The Jack Benny Program)
8) Yosemite Sam (Looney Tunes)
9) Carmichael the Polar Bear (The Jack Benny Program)
10) Floyd Munson (The Great Gildersleeve) go to »
Meredith MacRaesaid at 9:01 AM on Wed May 30 2018
Happy birthday, Meredith MacRae!!!

I really enjoyed her as Francine. go to »
Erica Lindbecksaid at 6:39 AM on Tue May 29 2018
Happy birthday, Erica Lindbeck!!!

I really enjoyed her as Menat and she's also a pretty awesome Windblade. go to »
Hawkgirlsaid at 5:34 AM on Tue May 29 2018
@aw4977273 Yeah, both her and Maria actually sound pretty similar, at least to me. go to »
Robert Axelrodsaid at 5:26 AM on Tue May 29 2018
Happy birthday, Robert Axelrod!!!

Man, that voice... it's so unique and a treat to listen. I really enjoyed him as Movor and Microchip. go to »
Hawkgirlsaid at 5:23 AM on Tue May 29 2018
@aw4977273 Janet Waldo is the actress who played Corliss Archer on radio.

She played Hawkgirl in the Lost Episodes season. Here's a clip of her Hawkgirl:

https://tfregenerationone.weebly.com/uploads/6/3/4/4/63446209/hawkgirl.mp3 go to »
Rocket Raccoonsaid at 3:29 PM on Mon May 28 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Steve Blum the most here. I really like his accent and he has a great stubborn attitude. Plus, you can tell he's having fun in the role.

Nolan North works for what the MCU went for. He has a great attitude and as always, Nolan just brings his typical charm into the role.

John DiMaggio is also pretty fun in the role. He works perfectly for the Lego version of the character.

Trevor Devall also sounds great. He has a lot of energy and he nails the attitude perfectly.

Greg Ellis sounds enjoyably grouchy and stubborn in the role. He really makes Rocket sound like someone who loves his job.

I also enjoyed Matt Mercer, Tom Kenny and Billy West in the role.

Seth Green and Bradley Cooper are okay, but don't really do it for me for some reason. go to »
Laura Baileysaid at 3:15 PM on Mon May 28 2018
Happy birthday, Laura Bailey!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Dawnstar (JLA Adventures: Trapped in Time)
2) Rescue (Marvel Super Hero Squad Online)
3) Andriel (Lord of the Rings: War in the North)
4) Kira Carsen (Star Wars: The Old Republic)
5) Dr. Chika Tanaka (Iron Man Anime)
6) The Invisible Woman (Pinball FX 2)
7) Mystique (Lego Marvel Super Heroes)
8) Black Widow (Ultimate Spider-Man)
9) Jean Grey (Lego Marvel Super Heroes)
10) Catwoman (Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham) go to »
Drax the Destroyersaid at 2:55 PM on Mon May 28 2018
Kyle Hebert is second. He works well enough in the role. go to »
Grootsaid at 2:52 PM on Mon May 28 2018
Patrick Seitz is meh. Fourth place. go to »
Doctor Strangesaid at 2:48 PM on Mon May 28 2018
Kyle Hebert is quite good. go to »
Townsend Colemansaid at 2:45 PM on Mon May 28 2018
Happy birthday, Townsend Coleman!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Michelangelo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Rewind (The Transformers)
3) The Rat King (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) False Face (Batman Beyond)
5) Riot (Jem and the Holograms)
6) Muckman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
7) The Tick (The Tick)
8) Miyamoto Usagi (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
9) Young Silvermane (1994 Spider-Man)
10) Hercules (Hulk and the Agents of SMASH) go to »
Liam O'Briensaid at 2:39 PM on Mon May 28 2018
Happy birthday, Liam O'Brien!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Underbite (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Gill (Street Fighter V)
3) Reverse Flash (Injustice 2)
4) Eliadan (Lord of the Rings: War in the North)
5) Nitro (Wolverine and the X-Men)
6) Elrohir (Lord of the Rings: War in the North)
7) Motormaster (Transformers: Devastation)
8) Red Skull/Onslaught Skull (Marvel Heroes)
9) Nightcrawler (Wolverine and the X-Men)
10) Kickback (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise) go to »
Vincent Pricesaid at 7:40 AM on Sun May 27 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Vincent Price!!!

He was just perfect as the Saint/Simon Templar in radio. go to »
Andrew Francissaid at 6:25 AM on Sun May 27 2018
Happy birthday, Andrew Francis!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Mega Man.EXE (Mega Man NT Warrior)
2) Billy (Transformers Armada)
3) Pancham Lama (Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk)
4) Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Astonishing X-Men)
5) James (Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk) go to »
Lee Meriwethersaid at 6:17 AM on Sun May 27 2018
Happy birthday, Lee Meriwether!!!

Really enjoyed her as Lucilee Diamond and I really enjoyed the nod they made to her Catwoman role by having Lucilee dressed as Catwoman. go to »
Gina Torressaid at 12:13 PM on Sat May 26 2018
@EPA Deane Hmmmm... yes, I could see it working for Hippolyta. go to »
Simon Prescottsaid at 6:00 AM on Sat May 26 2018
Happy birthday, Simon Prescott!!!

I really enjoyed him as Dr. Akase in the 2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise dub. go to »
Brandy Koppsaid at 9:11 AM on Fri May 25 2018
Happy birthday, Brandy Kopp!!!

I really enjoyed her as the Enchantress. go to »
Ray Stevensonsaid at 6:52 AM on Fri May 25 2018
Happy birthday, Ray Stevenson!!!

I really enjoyed him as Gar Saxon and the Punisher.

Also, if they do another G.I. Joe cartoon, I hope he reprises Firefly. He really is awesome as the character. go to »
Icemansaid at 5:36 PM on Thu May 24 2018
VC thoughts update

In all honesty, I like Frank Welker the most here. I feel he's the most memorable out of all the performers here. He really makes Bobby a likeable guy to hang around with and you can tell he's having fun with the character. I really like the more bumbling and lovable Bobby, and Frank just gives a charming performance.

Denis Akiyama is good as a more angsty version of the character. His performance has quite a bit of energy and he delivers a lot of emotion.

James Arnold Taylor is also quite good in the role. He has a very neat sarcastic tone.

Yuri Lowenthal is quite energetic in the role.

Tom Harvey is corny but in a rather endearing way.

I also enjoyed Cal Dodd, Andrew Francis, Shawn Ashmore, Adam Bobrow, Christopher Smith, Jason Marsden and Chris Cox in the role.

Antony Del Rio is the only one that doesn't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Agent Venomsaid at 5:25 PM on Thu May 24 2018
VC thoughts update

Crispin Freeman sounds really awesome as Agent Venom. The effects really enhance his performance and he delivers his lines in a pretty energetic way. I feel he balances the "dumb jock" and "military" aspects of Flash perfectly.

Matt Lanter also has some great effects, and really has fun in the role, even though he doesn't sound like someone with a military background.

Kyle Hebert is a bit too military sounding, but he's not bad.

Charlie Adler sounds okay, but not as good as the others. go to »
Beastsaid at 5:19 PM on Thu May 24 2018
VC thoughts update

I really enjoyed George Buza a whole lot in the role. He has a great theatrical delivery, which works perfectly for when he quotes. He also sounds quite kind and down-to-earth.

Fred Tatasciore also hits the same buttons. He lacks the theatrical delivery George had, but he does work in his own way.

Michael Kopsa is also incredible in the role. He is quite emotional and he really makes Beast quite relatable.

Dee Bradley Baker works pretty nicely in the role. He does sound pretty intellectual and friendly.

Gregg Berger sounds pretty smooth and cool in the role, yet he still has an intellectual vibe.

I also enjoyed Ron Halder, Kyle Hebert, Mike Pollock and Dave Boat in the role.

The UVA, Richard Portnow and Richard Doyle. go to »
Red Skullsaid at 5:05 PM on Thu May 24 2018
@Lion's Edge That's pretty awesome.

And yeah, it's always fun to read in-depth comments. go to »
Moon Knightsaid at 5:04 PM on Thu May 24 2018
So it was Nolan all along.

Troy Baker works well in the role. He's my new fifth place. go to »
Silver Samuraisaid at 4:02 PM on Thu May 24 2018
VC thoughts update

Denis Akiyama leaves more of an impression on me. He sounds like a deadly warrior and a shrewd manipulator. His delivery also has that sneaky vibe to it.

Keone Young is also good, but I was expecting something closer to his Storm Shadow.

Matt Mercer sounds like an odd cross between Arnold Schwarzenegger and a samurai, at least to me. go to »
Red Skullsaid at 3:56 PM on Thu May 24 2018
@Lion's Edge Hearing him again, yeah, he does sound closer to Hugo than Keith and Liam.

And I'll be looking forward for your comment (mainly to see your opinion on Peter Cullen, Cedric Smith and Earl Boen, though it's also because I like your detailed comments; even if I disagree with some opinions, it makes for a great reading and makes me understand your point of view). :D go to »
Xaviersaid at 1:30 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Christopher Smith actually works really well as Xavier. go to »
Cyclopssaid at 1:28 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Travis Willingham is quite solid as Cyclops. go to »
Colossussaid at 1:27 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Patrick Seitz works rather well in the role. go to »
Sabretoothsaid at 1:26 PM on Thu May 24 2018
David Lodge is decent. He seems to be channeling Don Francks' performance. go to »
Jean Greysaid at 1:25 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Michelle Ruff is pretty good. She has tons of potential. go to »
Black Widowsaid at 1:23 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Carrie Keranen has a good voice, but her delivery could be better. She has potential and she kinda reminds me of Rachel Davies' Agent X. go to »
Hulksaid at 1:23 PM on Thu May 24 2018
JB Blanc works for what they were going for in that game. go to »
Nick Furysaid at 1:20 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Mike McGillicuty is kinda meh. go to »
Odinsaid at 1:18 PM on Thu May 24 2018
Kyle Hebert works rather well as Odin. go to »
Iron Mansaid at 8:56 AM on Wed May 23 2018
Just as with Stark, Kyle Hebert makes for a solid Iron Man. go to »
Tony Starksaid at 8:56 AM on Wed May 23 2018
Kyle Hebert works rather well in the role. go to »
Mandarinsaid at 8:55 AM on Wed May 23 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Fred Tatasciore the most in the role. Both of his takes sound really good. His IIM take sounds quite unsettling and menacing and his Marvel Heroes take sounds pretty good as well. I'm surprised by the fact that it isn't the type of voice that Fred usually does.

For a more light-hearted Mandarin, John DiMaggio works pretty nicely. I actually get a sort of Malcolm McDowell vibe out of his performance.

Bernard Cowan's accent is a bit questionable, but his acting is good and at least he's enjoyable in the role.

Although I disliked the first season of the 90's Iron Man cartoon, Ed Gilbert is surprisingly good as the Mandarin. I really like how ancient and foreboding he sounds. It's really disappointing that they didn't keep him for season two.

Keith Silverstein sort of reminds me of Jim Cummings (which is odd, 'cause if that happened, it would be MODOK as the Mandarin). He does sound pretty good.

James Sie sounds pretty good as well.

Robert Ito, Vincent Tong and Barry Dennen don't work for me. go to »
Blacklash / Whiplashsaid at 8:46 AM on Wed May 23 2018
David Lodge is my new third place. He has a great accent and his delivery is really solid. go to »
The Thingsaid at 6:05 PM on Tue May 22 2018
@TheDayman Even though I hear more Pat Pinney in his voice, yeah, I can actually hear quite a lot of Paul's take in the delivery and the fun he's having. I honestly wish Zach gets another chance, 'cause he is on the right track, at least IMO, since Paul is my favorite Thing. go to »
H.E.R.B.I.E.said at 4:33 PM on Tue May 22 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Tara Strong the most here. I really find her take quite adorable and I love the beeps and boops she does.

Frank Welker works well in the role. He delivers a good performance, but I honestly prefer Tara more. Still, despite the direction, he does deliver a good perfornance and he does sound pretty quirky.

Sam Vincent is not that memorable for me.

Liam O'Brien sounds incredibly odd in the role. go to »
Mr. Fantasticsaid at 4:24 PM on Tue May 22 2018
Travis Willingham does a good job as Reed. go to »
Invisible Womansaid at 4:22 PM on Tue May 22 2018
Laura Bailey works rather well in the role. go to »
The Thingsaid at 4:21 PM on Tue May 22 2018
Zach Hanks sounds pretty good in the role. He kinda sounds similar to Pat Pinney. go to »
Doctor Doomsaid at 4:19 PM on Tue May 22 2018
Travis Willingham sounds pretty good in the role. go to »
Paul Winfieldsaid at 9:34 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Paul Winfield!!!

I really enjoyed his performance as the Black Marvel. He was also pretty good as Earl Cooper. go to »
Buckysaid at 9:11 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Liam O'Brien delivers a pretty good performance and I like his youthful energy. Fourth place. go to »
Captain Americasaid at 9:10 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Travis Willingham works pretty well as Cap. Not much else to say. go to »
Red Skullsaid at 9:09 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Troy Baker's performance is enjoyable, not much else to say. go to »
Baron Zemosaid at 9:08 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Liam O'Brien is pretty good in the role. Third place. go to »
Doctor Emmett Brownsaid at 4:58 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Christopher Lloyd is fantastic in the role. I'm glad that he's still got it. He still is as much fun as he was in the movies.

Dan Castellaneta is also great. He's just as fun as Christopher and he has the same kind of inflections.

Mike McConnohie doesn't sound that much like Christopher, but like Dan, he has the same inflections. However, I most say that I like his delivery of the gigawatts line. That's where he sounds the most like Christopher. go to »
Wolverinesaid at 4:31 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Matt Mercer is pretty good IMO. go to »
Venomsaid at 4:22 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Troy Baker does work pretty well in the role. go to »
Carnagesaid at 4:19 AM on Tue May 22 2018
Sean Schemmel works really well in the role.

Fifth place. go to »
Dennis Daysaid at 5:45 AM on Mon May 21 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Dennis Day!!!

Quite possibly my favorite supporting cast member from the Jack Benny Program. He really was fun as the silly, naive and absent-minded kid who could sing like an angel. go to »
The Judgesaid at 5:31 AM on Mon May 21 2018
I honestly liked Dave Mallow the most here. He does have quite a bit of authority and really sounds imposing.

Dave B. Mitchell is also pretty good.

Kent Williams sounds a bit weak. go to »
Sherry Lynnsaid at 5:51 AM on Sun May 20 2018
Happy birthday, Sherry Lynn!!!

I really enjoyed her as Kei in Street Fighter Alpha. go to »
Phoenix Wrightsaid at 5:48 AM on Sun May 20 2018
VC thoughts update

I really enjoyed Sam Riegel the most here. He is quite energetic and fun in the role yet he does add a professional air to the character.

Eric Vale is also pretty great. His energy is pretty good and he does seem to be having fun.

Trevor White also sounds good.

Ben Judd does sound good, but he doesn't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Marc Thompsonsaid at 5:34 AM on Sun May 20 2018
Happy birthday, Marc Thompson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Mr. Touch (2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Wolverine (Astonishing X-Men)
3) Casey Jones (2003 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Malekith (Thor: The Dark World game)
5) Bizarro (DC Super Friends) go to »
Jerry Hausnersaid at 5:19 AM on Sun May 20 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Jerry Hausner!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Various Baby Cries (The Jack Benny Program)
2) Hemlock Holmes (The Dick Tracy Show)
3) Stooge Viller (The Dick Tracy Show)
4) Itchy (The Dick Tracy Show)
5) B.B. Eyes (The Dick Tracy Show) go to »
Paul Haddadsaid at 5:10 AM on Sun May 20 2018
Happy birthday, Paul Haddad!!!

I really enjoyed him as Quicksilver and Arkon. go to »
Kelly Sheridansaid at 5:48 AM on Sat May 19 2018
Happy birthday, Kelly Sheridan!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Mammoth Mutt (Krypto the Superdog)
2) Amphitrite (Transformers Armada)
3) Kalikya (Inhumans)
4) Grace Darling (Eternals)
5) Elizabeth Howlett (Wolverine: Origin)
6) Nahrees (Inhumans)
7) Joey (Eternals)
8) Mrs. Hopkins (Wolverine: Origin)
9) Sal (Mega Man NT Warrior)
10) Scarlet Witch (X-Men Evolution) go to »
Grant Georgesaid at 5:17 AM on Sat May 19 2018
Happy birthday, Grant George!!!

I really enjoyed him as Ant-Man/Scott Lang. go to »
Jim Wardsaid at 5:10 AM on Sat May 19 2018
Happy birthday, Jim Ward!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Teletraan Alpha (Transformers Devastation)
2) Commissioner Gordon (Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders)
3) Hugo Strange (Batman vs. Two-Face)
4) Baron Strucker (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
5) Controller (Iron Man: The Video Game)
6) Herr Kleiser (Ultimate Avengers)
7) Jack Krauser (Resident Evil 4)
8) Teletraan-1 (Transformers Devastation)
9) Perceptor (Transformers: Fall of Cybertron)
10) Sentinel (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3) go to »
Franziska von Karmasaid at 4:35 AM on Sat May 19 2018
Jessica is more fun and memorable in the role. go to »
TJ Rotolosaid at 11:09 AM on Fri May 18 2018
Happy birthday T.J. Rotolo!!!

I really enjoyed him as Frank West. go to »
Cynthia Prestonsaid at 11:05 AM on Fri May 18 2018
Happy birthday, Cynthia Preston!!!

Even to this day, I still feel she's perfect as Zelda.

I mean, sure, the cartoon was pretty flawed and quite possibly the weakest part of the whole Super Mario Bros. Super Show, but Cynthia's performance really is good and I think she deserves a chance to reprise the role. go to »
Novasaid at 11:02 AM on Fri May 18 2018
I honestly like Logan Miller the most here. I like how brash and energetic he sounds in the role.

Troy Baker is also good. He has a great amount of energy and really seems to be into the character.

Ben Diskin is okay, but a bit lacking compared to Logan and Troy.

Jason Marsden works, but leaves the least impression out of them all. go to »
Robert Morsesaid at 4:49 AM on Fri May 18 2018
Happy birthday, Robert Morse!!!

I always thought he was fun as the Penguin. go to »
John Paynesaid at 8:18 AM on Thu May 17 2018
Happy birthday, John Payne!!!

I really enjoyed him as Escher in the Street Fighter cartoon. He was also pretty good as John Jameson, Ant-Man and Duke. go to »
Maya Feysaid at 5:15 PM on Wed May 16 2018
Lindsay Seidel is quite good in the role. She's a very close second. go to »
Miles Edgeworthsaid at 5:14 PM on Wed May 16 2018
Christopher Wehkamp works really well in the role.

Second place. go to »
Mia Feysaid at 5:12 PM on Wed May 16 2018
Colleen is much more memorable. go to »
Zeldasaid at 11:32 AM on Wed May 16 2018
@Lion's Edge I agree, the writing didn't do the characters any favors. I like the way Cynthia and Jonathan play the characters (although I really hated Link in the Zelda cartoon), but man... they really could have done a better job with the stories and character writing (especially since one of the writers for the Zelda cartoon, Bob Forward, was one of the writers of Beast Wars).

I guess we'll just have to sit back and wait until we get better representations, my friend. go to »
Zeldasaid at 10:58 AM on Wed May 16 2018
@Lion's Edge In defense of Cynthia's Zelda, I feel that if you had to hang out with someone as insufferable as Link (yeah, I kinda disliked the guy in the Zelda cartoon, but he was better handled in Captain N, where both Link and Zelda were much more mature), you would have something to complain about.

I love the SMBSS, but the Zelda cartoon was it's weakest part. For me, it was mainly thanks to Link, 'cause I liked the more daring Zelda (and I must admit than I had a crush on her due to how she was designed), Ganon and the voices they gave the Triforces, but Link as a jerky, arrogant brat just never clicked with me (although Jonathan Potts did play the part well) and really ruined the experience. go to »
Sigmasaid at 10:29 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like how hammy and bombastic Chris Tergliafera sounds in the role. He really seems to be having the time of his life.

Walter Roberts also sounds great. He is very bombastic and can be pretty sinister at the right times.

Gerald Matthews sounds good as well. Some of the delivery could have been better, but he's a very good fit overall.

Dave Pettitt also sounds good.

Charlie Fontana sounds pretty awkward in the role. go to »
Mega Man Xsaid at 10:25 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

Ted Sroka is my favorite here. I like how youthful and energetic he sounds in the role. Quite possibly one of the better performances in that game.

Mike Donovan is a good choice on paper (especially if you listen to his Sage from Ronin Warriors), and he does play the role well, but it's kinda odd to have X sounding like this.

Peter Von Gomm sounds good, but his delivery could be better.

Mark Gatha has some good energy and delivery, but sometimes, his delivery is kinda weak (that last "Sig... ma..." sounded a bit odd to me).

Ruth Shiraishi doesn't fit the design. Some of her delivery does sound good, but seeing X with a little kid's voice is kinda... bizarre. go to »
Zeldasaid at 10:16 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

Honestly, I like Cynthia Preston the most here. She does have a regal sound to her voice yet she could make Zelda sound tough and daring. I feel her performance is quite underrated.

Patricia Summersett is okay, but I feel she sounds too vulnerable in the role. I know Zelda is like this in the games, but honestly, I feel this makes the character a bit lacking.

Bonnie Jean Wilbur sounds odd and doesn't leave an impression on me. go to »
Deathsaid at 10:11 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

I like April Stewart the most here. She sounds so sexy and playful yet quite unsettling. However, the thing that I like the most about her take is her comedic timing.

Alicyn Packard sounds pretty sexy and playful, but she's kinda lacking compared to April.

Lally Cadeau is good, but honestly, I feel she sounds a bit too evil for my taste. go to »
Chris Redfieldsaid at 10:08 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like Roger Craig Smith the most. He does sound authoritative, badass and professional in the role.

Dave Wittenberg also hits the same buttons as Roger. Wouldn't mind to hear him reprise.

David Vaughn also fits the role quite well. He does sounds like someone who has gone through a lot over the years.

Kevin Dorman sounds pretty good, but his delivery could need a bit of polishing.

Joe Whyte also has some odd delivery, but he works pretty well in the role.

Scott McCulloch and Michael Filipowich don't work for me. go to »
Mariosaid at 9:59 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

I feel Captain Lou Albano does the best job as Mario. He makes the character fun, headstrong, loveable and gives him a rather endearing bumbling quality which I really like. Honestly, to this day, I feel this is Mario.

Walker Boone does have some of Captain Lou's inflections, but I feel he sounds like he's trying to hard to sound like Captain Lou. But still, his performance is good.

Peter Cullen works for how the character was depicted in the Donkey Kong games.

I know a lot of people love Charles Martinet's take, and I think it's good, but I just don't think he would work if he spoke in "full sentences" (and yes, I've heard his Mario in the Mario Sports Mix interview video, and I still feel he doesn't work).

Marc Graue is memorable thanks to the memes.

Ronald B. Ruben, Nicholas Glaeser and Larry Moran just don't work for me. go to »
Chun Lisaid at 9:48 AM on Wed May 16 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Donna Yamamoto the most here. I feel her performance is the most passionate out of them all, plus, I get a Ming-Na Wen vibe out of her take. I particularly liked her in the episode "The Warrior King", where she had great chemistry with Michael Dorn's King. I also think she's the only one that has a good balance between a tomboyish personality and feminine sound.

The others work, but they're either a bit too girly or a bit too tomboyish for my taste.

Laura Bailey has the best acting out of the others, but again, I feel she sounds a bit too vulnerable and girly.

Ashly Burch has the same problem, but unlike Laura, some of her lines sound strained, but she does have the proper energy.

Lia Sargent focused too much on making Chun Li sound tomboyish, and some of her deliveries feel flat. I feel she was at her best in II V, but there are still times where her delivery suffers. go to »
Venomsaid at 9:38 AM on Wed May 16 2018
Andrew Morgado has some good energy and he seems to be having fun. He sounds a bit like Hank Azaria but without the effect.

He's third place after Dave Boat. go to »
Regis Cordicsaid at 3:48 AM on Tue May 15 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Regis Cordic!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Menasor (The Transformers)
2) Diablo (1967 Fantastic Four)
3) Quintesson Judge (The Transformers)
4) Ringmaster (1981 Spider-Man)
5) Apache Chief (The All-New SuperFriends Hour) go to »
Fantastic Four (1978)said at 2:49 PM on Mon May 14 2018
@Metabad Yeah, and because of that, he gets trolled back in the worst way possible. go to »
Fantastic Four (1978)said at 4:53 AM on Mon May 14 2018
@EPA Deane John would have rocked in the role if they didn't make Magneto so pathetic. go to »
Kirk Thorntonsaid at 10:31 AM on Sun May 13 2018
Happy birthday, Kirk Thornton!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Shadelock (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Dr. Kenneth Onishi (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
3) Don Patch (BoBoBo-Bo Bo-BoBo)
4) Adam Warlock (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
5) Pyotr Roslov (Superman: Red Son)
6) Sakomizu (Blade Anime)
7) Frank Dumfree (Batman: The Enemy Within)
8) Sanjay Rash (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
9) Batman (Superman: Red Son)
10) Electro (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance 2) go to »
Ron Rubinsaid at 5:29 PM on Sat May 12 2018
Happy birthday, Ron Rubin!!!

I really enjoyed him as Morph, Kaptain Skurvy and Junior the Klaptrap. go to »
Christopher Gazesaid at 5:26 PM on Sat May 12 2018
Happy birthday, Christopher Gaze!!!

I really enjoyed him as the Diagnostic Drone in Beast Machines. go to »
Tony Oliversaid at 4:05 AM on Sat May 12 2018
Happy birthday, Tony Oliver!!!

I really enjoyed him as Shaft and Juo Kurohagi. go to »
David Waldsaid at 6:53 AM on Fri May 11 2018
Happy birthday, David Wald!!!

He really did a good job as Zeku in Street Fighter V. go to »
Tia Ballardsaid at 6:51 AM on Fri May 11 2018
Happy birthday, Tia Ballard!!!

I really enjoyed her as Jianyu in Street Fighter V. go to »
Terry McGovernsaid at 6:50 AM on Fri May 11 2018
Happy birthday, Terry McGovern!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Wildrider (The Transformers)
2) Al Neri (The Godfather: The Game)
3) Stormtrooper (1977 Star Wars)
4) Ratts Tyerell (Star Wars Episode I: Racer)
5) Wes Janson (Star Wars: Rogue Squadron) go to »
Spider-Man (1994)said at 7:10 AM on Thu May 10 2018
@batcool I am finishing the show this weekend and I must admit that despite some weak moments, it holds up rather nicely.

I still prefer the 1967 cartoon and Spider-Friends as my favorite incarnations of Spidey (although the 1977 live-action TV show has my favorite Spidey actor), but this one would be a close second.

The cast this show assembled was really incredible. I really wish I could list all my favorite performances, but the list would make this comment too long. go to »
Transformers Energonsaid at 6:57 AM on Thu May 10 2018
@8000 Saiyans Most of the actors here suffered with the awful material.

Personally, the only one that I feel managed to deliver despite the material was Ron Halder. Just listen to that Primus. go to »
Darkstalkerssaid at 6:55 AM on Thu May 10 2018
@8000 Saiyans I think one of the main problems is that the writers, as great as they were (you got people like Christy Marx on the staff) just didn't know what to do with the concept.

Plus, the animation's horrible (especially in the first few episodes). It got better later on, but it still was sub-par.

In fact, whenever I rewatch this show, I only do it for the acting. Sue Blu once again did a good job with the direction and the actors really seemed to have fun with their roles.

My personal favorite has always been Mike Donovan's Demitri. He was quite possibly the best handled character and Mike's performance reminds me a lot of Dick Gautier's Serpentor at times (just with an accent instead of a hiss).

And although Richard Newman was good as Pyron, the character is pretty much a ninny during the whole show.

Demitri aside, this show also gave us two hilarious performances from Scott McNeil: Lord Raptor and Anakaris. go to »
Dale Wilsonsaid at 6:46 AM on Thu May 10 2018
Happy birthday, Dale Wilson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Captain Grid-Iron (1989 G.I. Joe)
2) Akuma (1995 Street Fighter)
3) Overkill (1989 G.I. Joe)
4) Mudflap (Transformers Cybertron)
5) Sheik Ilderim (2003 Ben-Hur)
6) Wreckage (G.I. Joe Extreme)
7) Principal Kelly (X-Men Evolution)
8) Angel Gabriel (2003 Ben-Hur)
9) Electro (Spider-Man Unlimited)
10) Chung I (Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation)

Also, a big shout out to his guest roles in MacGyver. Even though he did have the menacing looks of a bad guy, I'm glad that they also allowed him to be a good guy in one of the episodes.

I hope he enjoyed his retirement. He deserves the rest for giving us so many good performances. go to »
Gorgonsaid at 6:12 AM on Thu May 10 2018
@Pokejedservo Although I feel they were the best performances in that cartoon, I must agree that John and Don should have switched roles.

Though I must admit that I like the novelty of Don playing a strong man instead of the typical gruff old timers, regal figures, intellectuals and cartoony-sounding characters. It's quite the change of pace. go to »
Spider-Mansaid at 1:02 PM on Wed May 9 2018
@Shaun Ince True. The takes always start piling up. go to »
Rosario Dawsonsaid at 7:32 AM on Wed May 9 2018
Happy birthday, Rosario Dawson!!!

I really liked her as Batgirl and Artemis. go to »
Michael Lindsaysaid at 7:31 AM on Wed May 9 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Lindsay!!!

He was really good as Skid-Z and the 2001 RiD version of Rollbar. go to »
Transformers: Beast Machinessaid at 7:30 AM on Wed May 9 2018
@Abdullab Despite all the other fans think, I honestly prefer this show over Transformers Prime.

This show really was one of those dark shows that was well-handled. Plus, there still were some fun moments, mainly from the Vehicons and, in the second season, Rattrap (some of his scenes with Botanica really made me chuckle). go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 7:20 AM on Wed May 9 2018
@Lion's Edge I agree. She really was likeable as Andrea, but as Lois, I guess the showrunners did their best to make her as unlikeable and bland as they could, so Dana's Lois got on my nerves.

Yeah, honestly, the actors from the radio show (Bud Collyer, Julian Noa and Joan herself) got to deliver more emotion and passion into their performances in the radio show. They're not bad in the Fleischer cartoons, but they got so little material to work with that they don't get to show much range.

Joan is my favorite, mainly because she is the closest to my favorite Lois actress, which would be Noel Neill (who played Lois in the 50's live-action Superman show). The way they emote and the chemistry they have with the other actors that played the Planet crew in their respective shows is phenomenal. go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 6:37 AM on Wed May 9 2018
@Lion's Edge I actually agree with you about Dana's Lois. It's a rather underwhelming performance, especially if you compare it to her performances in Mask of the Phantasm and Wing Commander Academy.

However, if you want a better sample of Joan Alexander's take, check this Superman radio episode at 1:13:

https://ia800304.us.archive.org/23/items/TheBestOfSuperman/SM450914%20Dr.%20Blythe%27s%20Confidence%20Gang%2009%20of%2014.mp3

Context of the story in this episode is that Lois got framed for murder, so Joan delivers a rather emotional performance in this saga. go to »
Wally Wingertsaid at 11:58 AM on Sun May 6 2018
Happy birthday, Wally Wingert!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Side Burn (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) King Tut (Batman vs. Two-Face)
3) Riddler (Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders)
4) Ant-Man/Hank Pym (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
5) Ikaris (Marvel Heroes)
6) Crimson Dynamo (Lego Marvel Avengers)
7) Mirage (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
8) Mr. Fantastic (Marvel Heroes)
9) Data Frame (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra game)
10) MODOK (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3) go to »
Khary Paytonsaid at 11:09 AM on Sun May 6 2018
Happy birthday, Khary Payton!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Tyr (Legion of Super Heroes)
2) Black Lightning (Young Justice)
3) Bisk (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
4) Brick (Young Justice)
5) Martin Joseph (Batman: Arkham Origins)
6) Lion Mane (DC Super Hero Girls)
7) Grimlock (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
8) Doomsday (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
9) Granny Goodness (Justice League: Gods and Monsters)
10) Cyborg (Justice League Action) go to »
Spider-Mansaid at 8:36 PM on Sat May 5 2018
@Abdullab This is quite possibly one of the best comments regarding Spidey that I've ever read. go to »
Lance Henriksensaid at 8:33 PM on Sat May 5 2018
Happy birthday, Lance Henriksen!!!

I really enjoyed him as Zog, the Grim Reaper, the Kobra Leader and Brainiac. go to »
John Rhys Daviessaid at 6:08 AM on Sat May 5 2018
Happy birthday, John Rhys-Davies!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Asgarth (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Josek (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Professor Beasthead (Freakazoid!)
4) Hades (Justice League)
5) Thor (1996 The Incredible Hulk)

Also, a big shout-out to his role as Wilson Fisk in the Trial of the Incredible Hulk. go to »
Russi Taylorsaid at 5:24 AM on Fri May 4 2018
Happy birthday, Russi Taylor!!!

I really enjoyed her as Pac-Baby and Young Lana Lang. go to »
Chris Mulkeysaid at 8:18 AM on Thu May 3 2018
Happy birthday, Chris Mulkey!!!

He was very good as Shriek. go to »
Peter Cullensaid at 6:38 AM on Thu May 3 2018
@TylerMirage Wonderful TM, most wonderful!!! :D go to »
Brian Tochisaid at 2:54 PM on Wed May 2 2018
Happy birthday, Brian Tochi!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Liu Kang (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Master Hama (Johnny Bravo)
3) Albino (Batman Beyond)
4) Shiv (Static Shock)
5) Leonardo (1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) go to »
Bing Crosbysaid at 2:47 PM on Wed May 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Bing Crosby!!!

A wonderful singer from the old days. I really enjoyed his radio appearances in the Jack Benny program and the Burns and Allen show. go to »
Lance LeGaultsaid at 11:27 AM on Wed May 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Lance LeGault!!!

He was a very underrated actor and I honestly wish he had done more voice performances back in the 80's.

His Yank Justice was really good, it was always surprising to see Lance play a good character, especially since he mostly played villains.

His deep voice a voice that (which Knight Rider producer Glen A. Larson said "was four octaves lower than God's") was really awesome and a treat to listen to.

Honorable mentions to his live-action roles in the 1978 Hulk show, Dukes of Hazzard, MacGyver and Decker in the A-Team. go to »
Jo Ann Pflugsaid at 4:45 AM on Wed May 2 2018
@EPA Deane Another thing about that Fantastic Four cartoon is that they went out of their way and decided to not only cast some radio actors and people who were involved with other HB productions, but they also cast people who were TV and stage actors (like Jo Ann and Joseph Sirola respectively) and people who did do radio, yet were more known for their live-action stuff (Gerald Mohr). go to »
Theodore Bikelsaid at 4:42 AM on Wed May 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Theodore Bikel!!!

He was excellent as both Aragorn and Jacob Marley.

Also, a big shout out to his live-action roles as the first officer of the Königin Luise in The African Queen and Mandak in the 70's Spider-Man episode "The Curse of Rava". go to »
Jo Ann Pflugsaid at 4:40 AM on Wed May 2 2018
@EPA Deane I think she would have fit the John Byrne version quite nicely.

I'm also kinda disappointed that this was her only voice role (although she did some incidental pedestrians in the show). I always felt she would have been a natural at it. go to »
Dwayne Johnsonsaid at 4:37 AM on Wed May 2 2018
Happy birthday, The Rock!!!

Even though I really didn't like the fact that Cliffjumper was just there to be killed, the Rock did make him likeable for the brief time he was alive. go to »
Nellie Bellflowersaid at 5:32 AM on Tue May 1 2018
Happy birthday, Nellie Bellflower!!!

She was really good as Eowyn. go to »
Charlie Schlattersaid at 5:29 AM on Tue May 1 2018
Happy birthday, Charlie Schlatter!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Vertebreak (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Dr. Mindbender (G.I. Joe Renegades)
3) The Flash/Barry Allen (The Batman)
4) Wild Bill (G.I. Joe Renegades)
5) Robin/Tim Drake (Lego Batman 2: DC Super Heroes) go to »
Daniel O'Herlihysaid at 5:16 AM on Tue May 1 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Dan O'Herlihy!!!

I really enjoyed him as Grant Walker and in his roles in Suspense.

An honorable mention to his live-action role of the Old Man in RoboCop. go to »
Absorbing Mansaid at 7:50 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Jim Cummings has a very enjoyable accent and delivery. He does seem to be having fun in the role.

Rick D. Wasserman has a very awesome deep voice and he sounds quite threatening. He also has a pretty good accent.

Jonathan Adams is also pretty fun in the role. His taunting attitude fits the character quite well.

The UVA (Len Carlson?) sounds odd, but he's quite enjoyable in the role.

David Hope is pretty good too.

Gregg Berger isn't bad, but he sounds awkward in some spots.

Oliver Becker is meh. go to »
Dr. Curt Connorssaid at 7:42 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
I honestly like Gillie Fenwick the most here. He does sound like an intellectual scientist, yet he also has a fatherly tone to his voice.

Paul Soles' imitation of Gillie is rather impressive. You can still tell it's Paul since you can hear some traces of Hermey the Elf in the voice, but he's solid enough.

Tom Kenny also works very well. He kinda sounds like a younger Joseph Campanella.

Dee Bradley Baker sounds pretty good as well. He has a nice intellectual vibe to his voice.

Joseph Campanella has a great intellectual sound to his voice and he also sounds quite warm and caring in the role. His performance is just another standout from that series.

I also enjoyed Nathan Carlson, Steve Blum and Yuri Lowenthal in the role.

Rob Zombie and Joe Alaskey don't do it for me. go to »
Scorpionsaid at 7:34 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Jason Spisak works quite well in the role. go to »
Moon Knightsaid at 7:33 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Gideon Emery sounds pretty good. Fifth place.

Alan Adelberg is the weakest one here. go to »
John Jamesonsaid at 7:29 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Nolan North is my favorite here. He sounds quite likeable and daring in the role, and he does have a good sense of humor.

Michael Horton showcases his range here. He sounds like a very daring astronaut.

John Payne also works rather well in the role.

Daran Norris is also pretty good. He kinda reminds me of Michael Rye's Green Lantern.

Josh Keaton is kinda surprising in the role. He has a more soft-spoken tone, though I feel he sounds a bit too nervous for this character.

Charles Klausmeyer leaves little impression on me. go to »
Silver Sablesaid at 7:21 PM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Morgan Berry's accent and delivery are pretty inconsistent. go to »
Adrian Pasdarsaid at 5:34 AM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Happy birthday, Adrian Pasdar!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Micronus (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Bruto (Avengers Assemble)
3) Iron Man/Tony Stark (Lego Marvel Super Heroes)
4) Hugo Strange (Young Justice)
5) Hawkeye/Clint Barton (The Super Hero Squad Show) go to »
Cloris Leachmansaid at 5:30 AM on Mon Apr 30 2018
Happy birthday, Cloris Leachman!!!

Really enjoyed her as Granny Goodness. go to »
Richard Epcarsaid at 12:33 PM on Sun Apr 29 2018
@Metabad DON PATCHSYYYYY!!! YOUR LUNCH BOX!!! YOU FORGOT IT!!! go to »
Steve Blumsaid at 12:22 PM on Sun Apr 29 2018
1) Dark Scream (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Barricade (Transformers: War for Cybertron)
3) W.A.R.S. (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
4) Iron Grenadier (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra)
5) Heat Wave (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
6) Hobgoblin 2099 (Spider-Man 2099)
7) Zeb Orrelios (Star Wars Rebels)
8) Jordan Fraser (Batman: Arkham Asylum)
9) Amon Sur (Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters)
10) Jason Stryker (X-Men: The Official Game) go to »
William Squiresaid at 12:09 PM on Sun Apr 29 2018
Happy birthday and RIP William Squire!!!

He was really great as Gandalf. go to »
Steve Blumsaid at 12:04 PM on Sun Apr 29 2018
Happy birthday, Steve Blum!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) W.A.R.S. (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Barricade (Transformers: War for Cybertron)
3) Iron Grenadier (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra)
4) Heat Wave (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
5) Hobgoblin 2099 (Spider-Man 2099)
6) Zeb Orrelios (Star Wars Rebels)
7) Jordan Fraser (Batman: Arkham Asylum)
8) Amon Sur (Green Lantern: Rise of the Manhunters)
9) Jason Stryker (X-Men: The Official Game)
10) Iron Patriot/James Rhodes (Marvel Super Hero Squad Online) go to »
Richard Epcarsaid at 11:45 AM on Sun Apr 29 2018
@Metabad Special skills!!! Ah got one!!! Ah do it in front of a fan!!! Ah open mah mouth!!!

A-A-A-A-A-A-A-A!!!! go to »
Kate Mulgrewsaid at 11:27 AM on Sun Apr 29 2018
Happy birthday, Kate Mulgrew!!!

She was great as Red Claw. go to »
Lennie Weinribsaid at 11:05 AM on Sun Apr 29 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Len Weinrib!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Gripper (Rambo: The Force of Freedom)
2) Sweet Tooth (The New Adventures of Batman)
3) Jerkface (Rambo: The Force of Freedom)
4) Mr. Freeze (The New Adventures of Batman)
5) Pacula (Pac-Man) go to »
Richard Epcarsaid at 10:59 AM on Sun Apr 29 2018
Happy birthday, Richard Epcar!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) BoBoBo-Bo Bo-BoBo (BoBoBo-Bo Bo-BoBo)
2) Armorhide (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
3) Madison Jeffries (Marvel Heroes)
4) Gladiator (1992 X-Men)
5) Zochi (Street Fighter II V) go to »
Jamieson Pricesaid at 1:28 PM on Sat Apr 28 2018
@Metabad Though he's blue with no afro, he'll still save the day!!! It's JJJ-J J-JJ!!! go to »
Dana Lyn Baronsaid at 6:57 AM on Sat Apr 28 2018
Happy birthday, Dana Lyn Baron!!!

Really enjoyed her as Skarlet and Sonya Blade. go to »
Jamieson Pricesaid at 6:52 AM on Sat Apr 28 2018
Happy birthday, Jamieson Price!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Jelly Jiggler (BoBoBo-Bo Bo-BoBo)
2) Heihachi Mishima (Street Fighter X Tekken)
3) Narration (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
4) Noob Saibot (Mortal Kombat 9)
5) Ramen Master (BoBoBo-Bo Bo-BoBo)
6) Narration (Mortal Kombat 9)
7) Hook (Transformers Devastation)
8) Ermac (Mortal Kombat X)
9) Mixmaster (Transformers Devastation)
10) Paul Phoenix (Tekken 6) go to »
Kari Wuhrersaid at 6:35 AM on Sat Apr 28 2018
Happy birthday, Kari Wuhrer!!!

I really liked her as Maria Hill. go to »
Thor Odinsonsaid at 5:43 AM on Sat Apr 28 2018
And don't forget that he likes to fight and party. :P go to »
Ant-Man / Scott Langsaid at 7:34 PM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Grant George is really fun in the role. He has a really cool cocky attitude and he really seems to be enjoying himself.

Crispin Freeman sounds too depressive in the role and I get that they wanted to play the drama in the episode, but because of that, he doesn't get any chance to show a bit of a sense of humor in order to be attached to the character. Still, it's not a bad performance, but it's not among the series' best ones.

Once again, I think Josh Keaton is better as this character than as Spider-Man. I really feel he's quite energetic and fun in the role.

Adrian Petriw doesn't leave an impression on me. go to »
Captain Americasaid at 7:22 PM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Michael Daingerfield works really well as Cap. go to »
Bruce Bannersaid at 7:21 PM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Kevin Schinick is pretty good.

Kellen Goff sounds pretty boring. go to »
Thor Odinsonsaid at 7:18 PM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Billy Kametz kinda reminds me of Eric Allan Kramer's Thor, but it lacks the charisma and fun that Eric had.

Speaking of which, if Eric ever reprised the role in animation, he would get my vote in an instant. Yes, he doesn't really have that Asgardian talk, but he does sound larger than life and he truly has fun in the role. go to »
Iron Mansaid at 7:09 PM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Brian Drummond is quite enjoyable in the role. He has a very funny attitude which is quite entertaining. go to »
Tony Starksaid at 7:07 PM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Brian Drummond works really well in the role. He's quite enjoyable and fun. go to »
Casey Kasemsaid at 7:48 AM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Casey Kasem!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Mark (Battle of the Planets)
2) Cliffjumper (The Transformers)
3) Mirror Master (The Legendary Super Powers Show)
4) Bluestreak (The Transformers)
5) Alexander Cabot III (Josie and the Pussycats)
6) Teletraan-I (The Transformers)
7) Robin (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
8) Dr. Arkeville (The Transformers)
9) Merry (The Return of the King)
10) Chief O'Hara (Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder) go to »
Erica Schroedersaid at 7:20 AM on Fri Apr 27 2018
Happy birthday, Erica Schroeder!!!

She was really good as Emma Frost/The White Queen and Blaze the Cat. go to »
Lokisaid at 7:27 PM on Thu Apr 26 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly like John Stephenson the most in this role. He clearly is having fun here and he has a nice theatrical flair to his performance. I also like how devious and treacherous he sounds. John really showcased his range in that episode. He gets to play Loki, Ymir, Surtur and a Viking warrior, and he uses a different voice for each one.

Graham McTavish is my second favorite. I know people may be put off by his deeper voice, but I didn't mind. He at least has the treacherous trickster sound down and he does deliver a rather good performance.

Crispin Freeman has a very good flamboyant tone to his voice and he does sound quite treacherous in the role.

Troy Baker is also quite fun in the role. He sounds like a treacherous manipulator and his flamboyant tone is really good.

Len Carlson is actually tons of fun in the role. He really sounds like he's having the time of his life.

I also enjoyed Larry Cedar, Ted Biaselli, Yuri Lowenthal and Tom Hiddleston in the role.

Rick Gomez, David Blair, David Wells and Matt Cowlrick don't sound right to me. go to »
Ultronsaid at 7:15 PM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Michael Dobson is tied with Fred. He sounds pretty cool in the role. go to »
Doctor Octopussaid at 7:14 PM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Scott Menville works for what the show was going for.

Luc Roderique sounds kinda odd. go to »
Terraxsaid at 7:12 PM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Kevin Grevioux has a very epic deep voice and I like how powerful he sounds in the role. It really fits Terrax perfectly.

James C. Mathis III also works really well. He has a very good amount of power and menace in the role.

Ron Feinberg does sound pretty threatening and foreboding. However, I was expecting a deeper voice from him. Still, he delivers the goods nicely.

Tony Jay sounds quite different here. It's a nice change of pace, but the lack of material kinda hurts him.

Fred Tatasciore is fitting, but his laugh sounds kinda odd.

Ted Biaselli sounds like an awkward version of Frank Welker's Darkseid. He just sounds kinda forced. go to »
Eddie Albertsaid at 9:58 AM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Eddie Albert!!!

He was really enjoyable as the Vulture. go to »
Vic Perrinsaid at 9:56 AM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Vic Perrin!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Silver Surfer (1967 Fantastic Four)
2) John the Savage (CBS Radio Workshop)
3) Red Ghost/Ivan Kragoff (1967 Fantastic Four)
4) Jacob (CBS Radio Workshop)
5) Professor Gamma (1967 Fantastic Four)
6) Metron (Star Trek: The Original Series)
7) Thor (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
8) Namor the Sub-Mariner (1981 Spider-Man)
9) Hawkman (Filmation DC cartoons)
10) Sinestro (Challenge of the SuperFriends)

Also, an honorable mention to his role as Scurvey in the 1950's Superman episode "The Golden Vulture". go to »
Peggy Cartersaid at 9:25 AM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Hayley Atwell really sounds great in Lego Avengers and Avengers Assemble. She isn't bad in the Captain America game, but some lines are kinda unintelligible due to the static effect, but in her more recent reprisals, she really delivers the goods.

Vita Linder also sounds really good. She delivers a rather passionate performance.

Sarah Miller-Crews is kinda weird. She has a very fitting voice, but her delivery is pretty awkward and slow (weird considering that one of her lines is "Am I speaking too fast for you?"). go to »
Sharon Cartersaid at 9:19 AM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Honestly, I feel Jennifer Hale plays the role best. She sounds quite badass and she does get some fun lines to deliver.

Rachel Davies' Agent X is also great. She sounds badass, tough and daring in the role. I also like the professional sound her delivery has.

Vita Linder works pretty well in the role and she holds up rather nicely. A little softer than Jennifer and Rachel, but she works.

Jane Hadjuk sounds good and the nagging attitude is kinda amusing. The only problem is that she isn't as fun as Jennifer or as tough and badass as Rachel, but she's not bad.

Linnea Sage sounds too girly for the character. go to »
Agent Phil Coulsonsaid at 9:14 AM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Yeah, not gonna lie, Clark Gregg just nails the character. Not much else to say, other than I really like his energy.

Tom Kenny is a good replacement for Clark.

Billy Kametz doesn't sound as good as Clark and Tom. go to »
Buckysaid at 9:12 AM on Thu Apr 26 2018
Lucas Schuneman's delivery is kinda awkward. Also, I don't normally mind young characters sounding deep, but man, that voice doesn't sound like a teenager. go to »
Wongsaid at 5:01 PM on Wed Apr 25 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like George Takei in the role. He does sound quite disciplined and strong and I really like his energetic delivery and he has great chemistry with John Vernon.

Michael Hagiwara sounds pretty similar to George. Another solid fit.

Paul Nakauchi also works in his own way.

Nicholas Andrew Louie sounds pretty flat. go to »
Doctor Strangesaid at 3:10 PM on Wed Apr 25 2018
Scott McNeil works pretty well as Dr. Strange. go to »
Baron Mordosaid at 3:09 PM on Wed Apr 25 2018
Phil LaMarr is decent. Fifth place. go to »
Gina Torressaid at 5:42 AM on Wed Apr 25 2018
Happy birthday, Gina Torres!!!

Although Airachnid was pretty badly handled in TFP, Gina played the part rather well and that kinda makes up for that flaw.

She was also good as Superwoman, Ketsu Onyo and I must be one of the few people who actually kinda liked her Wonder Woman. go to »
Hank Azariasaid at 4:25 AM on Wed Apr 25 2018
Happy birthday, Hank Azaria!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Venom/Eddie Brock (1994 Spider-Man)
2) Moe Szyslak (The Simpsons)
3) Apu Nahasapeemapetilon (The Simpsons)
4) Chief Wiggum (The Simpsons)
5) Professor Frink (The Simpsons)
6) Dr. Nick Riviera (The Simpsons)
7) Bumblebee Man (The Simpsons)
8) Comic Book Guy (The Simpsons)
9) Carl Carlson (The Simpsons)
10) Sea Captain McCallister (The Simpsons) go to »
Korvacsaid at 4:07 AM on Wed Apr 25 2018
I'm going with the crowd here. Troy Baker is just so great in the role. He sounds so scared and paranoid, and I love the amount of passion he adds to the role.

James Marsters sounds pretty awesome in the role. He fits how Korvac is depicted here.

Wil Wheaton is attempting a similar approach to James, but I don't find him as enjoyable as James. go to »
Uncle Bensaid at 7:54 PM on Tue Apr 24 2018
I kinda get a John Anderson and John Marley vibe at times with Tom Harvey's take. I feel it kinda works for the little material he got, then again, Uncle Ben didn't do much in the original 60's comic either other than be the kindly father figure to Peter.

Frank Welker sounds very good as well. A bit younger than expected, but then again, June Foray did made her voice sound more youthful during those flashback scenes, so it makes sense.

Greg Grunberg works for the Ultimate version. He has a really warm tone to his voice.

Brian Keith is also really good in the role. He has a very warm tone and I really like his delivery.

Ed Asner has a fitting voice and a great attitude, but his delivery could get a bit sluggish at times.

Not really feeling Patton Oswalt in this role, unfortunately. go to »
Flash Thompsonsaid at 7:43 PM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Honestly, I always liked Flash as a butt of all jokes type of character, and because of that, I've always been partial to Frank Welker's take. He nails the dumb jock personality of Flash, and I actually enjoy his performance a lot, especially when he shows fake bravado, only to cower with fear a few seconds later.

Matt Lanter hits the same buttons as Frank. He really is fun in the role.

Patrick Labyorteaux works perfectly for a more sympathetic version. He nails the jerky persona, yet he also makes Flash quite charming, especially during his scenes with Debra Whitman (it helps that he has great chemistry with Liz Georges).

Devon Edward Sawa is decent, but his delivery is kinda inconsistent.

Never been big on Josh LeBar's take. I always felt he sounded kinda... puny in the role.

Ben Diskin... man, that sounds pretty inconsistent. go to »
Spencer Smythesaid at 7:32 PM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Honestly, I like Henry Ramer's more opportunistic take the most. He really is enjoyable in the role and this is the voice I imagine Smythe having in the comics.

Edward Mulhare works in the role, but he always sounded a bit too old for my taste. Still, his performance is quite good.

Ben Diskin... I give him kudos for showcasing some range, but honestly, he is the least memorable out of the three. go to »
Randy Robertsonsaid at 7:28 PM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Alfonso Ribeiro is my favorite. I really feel his performance is quite good and he really nails Randy's rebellious nature quite well.

Phil LaMarr is not how I envision Randy to sound like, but his performance is quite good. It kinda took me by surprise.

Zeno Robinson is okay, but he isn't as memorable as Alfonso or as surprising as Phil. go to »
Alistair Smythesaid at 7:24 PM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Honestly, I like Maxwell Caulfield the most here. His performance is really enjoyable and theatrical and he really sounds vengeful and full of anger.

Nolan North is good, but he doesn't leave the same impression as Maxwell.

Jason Spisak works for a younger version of the character, but I feel he sounds a bit too bratty for my taste. go to »
Alan Oppenheimersaid at 11:02 AM on Tue Apr 24 2018
@Metabad I really like his Skeletor, but unfortunately, he didn't make it to my top ten. If it was a top twenty, his Skeletor, Man-At-Arms and Sivana would have made it. go to »
Aunt Maysaid at 7:18 AM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Honestly, I feel Peg Dixon is the closest to what I imagine Aunt May to sound like in the old 60's comics. She has a very warm, caring tone to her voice which I feel is perfect for the character.

June Foray hits the same notes as Peg. She did a really good job in the role and I liked how in "Along Came Spidey" she made Aunt May sound much younger in the flashbacks.

Misty Lee is perfect for a younger version. She really sounds quite warm and kind in the role.

Julie Bennett also delivers a very good performance, and she does get quite a bit of good emotional moments.

Linda Gary has a nice aged voice and she really nailed the concern of the character.

Diane Michelle and Nancy Linari also sounds pretty great in the role.

Morgan Lofting played Aunt May in the 1981 solo Spidey cartoon and... man, I am mixed on this one. On one hand, she has the warmth and caring tone, but it's kinda distracting to hear her voice (which sounds kinda young to me) coming out of the same design as June Foray's version. It would fit the modern version perfectly, but for the 60's one, it just doesn't mesh with me.

Mindy Sterling and Deborah Strang have always sounded kinda odd to me. go to »
Gwen Stacysaid at 7:07 AM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Laura Bailey is pretty good. Fifth place, but honestly, I feel all these actresses did a good job. Gwen has had it really good with performers. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 7:06 AM on Tue Apr 24 2018
Quinn Kitmitto Ljoka... I dunno whether to like it or not. She has the voice down but the delivery is inconsistent. go to »
Liz Allansaid at 7:04 AM on Tue Apr 24 2018
I honestly like Marla Rubinoff the most here. I kinda like the cool attitude she has and she does get some really good moments like in the Wedding episode. Plus, I feel that she's the most age appropiate out of them all (since I prefer the college student versions of most of the young characters in Spider-Man). She's not perfect, I'll admit, but she's close to what I envision Liz to sound like.

Alanna Ubach has the cool attitude but she doesn't leave an impression on me and some of her delivery sounds odd.

Natalie Lander does have the right idea, but she sounds a little bit too excited for my taste. go to »
Shannon McKainsaid at 7:47 AM on Mon Apr 23 2018
Happy birthday, Shannon McKain!!!

He was really good as Graham Burns. go to »
Alan Oppenheimersaid at 7:44 AM on Mon Apr 23 2018
Happy birthday, Alan Oppenheimer!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Trautman (Rambo: The Force of Freedom)
2) Warpath (The Transformers)
3) Battlecat/Cringer (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)
4) Breakdown (The Transformers)
5) Mer-Man (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)
6) Seaspray (The Transformers)
7) Uncle Dudley (The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam)
8) Beachcomber (The Transformers)
9) Gentleman Ghost (The All-New SuperFriends Hour)
10) Mr. Mind (The Kid Super Power Hour with Shazam) go to »
Taskmastersaid at 7:36 AM on Mon Apr 23 2018
Honestly, I like Steve Blum the most in here. I feel he nails the mercenary angle. It's not perfect, but he's quite good.

Clancy Brown sounds pretty good in the role, but I feel it would fit Deathstroke much more (basically sounds like a much better version of Ron Perlman's take).

Roger Craig Smith is decent in the role.

Adam Montoya sounds similar to Steve, but his acting is awkward. go to »
Batroc the Leapersaid at 7:33 AM on Mon Apr 23 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like Rob Paulsen the most here. He really seems to be having a lot of fun in the role and his accent is pretty good.

The UVA (which could be either Gillie Fenwick or Don Mason) sounds pretty good and he's quite fun in the role. His delivery of "ENOUGH INFEGNO FOGTY TWO TO BLOW UP THIS CITEH!!!" is actually pretty enjoyable.

J.B. Blanc is also really good, and it helps that he is French himself, but I feel he lacks the enjoyability of Rob and the UVA.

Mark Oliver is on the same level as J.B., but he is a bit more comical. Another fine performance.

A.J. Buckley's accent sounds incredibly off and his performance isn't anything special. go to »
Jasper Sitwellsaid at 3:11 AM on Mon Apr 23 2018
Jesse Adam is okay, but kinda unremarkable. go to »
Blacklash / Whiplashsaid at 3:09 AM on Mon Apr 23 2018
Isaak Wells has a cool voice, but his delivery is really awkward. go to »
Lauri Hendlersaid at 5:44 AM on Sun Apr 22 2018
Happy birthday, Lauri Hendler!!!

I really enjoyed her as Maya McEaddens. go to »
George DiCenzosaid at 6:38 PM on Sat Apr 21 2018
Happy birthday and RIP George DiCenzo!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Captain America (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
2) Hordak (She-Ra: Princess of Power)
3) Kraven (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
4) Ubu (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) John Blackstar (Blackstar)
6) Bow (She-Ra: Princess of Power)
7) Captain Lou Albano (Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n' Wrestling)
8) Garth (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)
9) Wizard (1981 Spider-Man)
10) Tyrin (He-Man and the Masters of the Universe) go to »
Cathy Cavadinisaid at 6:11 AM on Sat Apr 21 2018
Happy birthday, Cathy Cavadini!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Clash (Jem and the Holograms)
2) Jennifer Parker (Back to the Future: The Animated Series)
3) Dr. Myrra Rhodes (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4) Joanie (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns)
5) Ruby Ryder (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) go to »
Adam Warlocksaid at 5:42 AM on Sat Apr 21 2018
Kirk Thornton sounds pretty mystical and calm in the role. He also sounds quite warm and caring.

Dave Boat works for the SHS version. He really is fun in the role.

Eric Bauza also sounds really good.

Oliver Becker has a good idea with the accent, but the voice and delivery is kinda awkward at times.

Lucas Schuneman has a cool voice, but his delivery could use more energy. go to »
Gorgonsaid at 5:28 AM on Sat Apr 21 2018
Nolan North is my favorite here. He has a great deep voice and his performance is really great.

Don Messick delivers one of the better performances in the 1978 Fantastic Four cartoon. He does sound quite strong and powerful.

Michael Dorn also sounds great. He sounds both powerful and badass in the role.

Greg Eagles does sound pretty good, but his delivery could use a bit of polishing.

Brian Drummond also sounds good, but doesn't sound as powerful as the others.

Jared J. Lee is pretty flat. go to »
The Collectorsaid at 5:17 AM on Sat Apr 21 2018
Billy Kametz has a good idea with the nonchalant attitude, but his delivery is pretty flat. go to »
George Takeisaid at 5:07 PM on Fri Apr 20 2018
Happy birthday, George Takei!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Lt. Hikaru Sulu (Star Trek: The Animated Series)
2) Wong (1994 Spider-Man)
3) Mr. Fixx (Batman Beyond)
4) Elder Monk (Ultimate Spider-Man)
5) Yoketron (Transformers: Animated) go to »
Elan Garfiassaid at 4:58 PM on Fri Apr 20 2018
Happy birthday, Elan Garfias!!!

He did a good job as Cody Burns. go to »
Odinsaid at 5:04 AM on Thu Apr 19 2018
Despite only speaking at the end of Hulk Vs. Thor, French Tickner really leaves a big impression. He has a grand, larger than life presence and a very commanding sound to his voice.

This is one of Frank Welker most unique roles. He really has a great presence and makes Odin sound quite powerful.

Clancy Brown is really good as well. He does have a very stern attitude and a commanding presence.

Despite the lighter voice, Bernard Cowan is quite good in the role. He does sound authoritative and regal.

Peter Renaday is also pretty awesome. He really delivers a powerful performance.

I also enjoyed Jess Harnell, Tom Kane, Chris Britton, Scottie Ray and Fred Tatasciore in the role.

Dwight Schultz and Joe Teiger leave little impression on me. go to »
Enchantresssaid at 4:44 AM on Thu Apr 19 2018
Kari Wahlgren really delivers a fantastic performance. I really liked both of her Hulk Vs. and EMH takes.

Vita Linder holds up rather well. She sounds quite sultry and scheming.

Grey DeLisle works for the SHS version. She sounds quite playful and sexy.

Fryda Wolff is a natural choice for this role and she doesn't disappoint at all.

Laura Bailey plays a rather different version, but she delivers one of the better performances in that game.

Gabrielle Carteris and Ashleigh Ball just don't do it for me. go to »
Jane Fostersaid at 4:38 AM on Thu Apr 19 2018
Elizabeth Maxwell is my favorite here. Yeah, I may not be big on scientist Jane Foster, but Elizabeth makes it fun.

Kari Wahlgren is pretty good for the standard version. She has a very nice friendly sound to her voice and a very warm attitude.

Vita Linder is pretty good, but not as good as some of her other roles unfortunately.

Erica Lindbeck is also good, but focused too much on the scientist side. go to »
Tim Currysaid at 4:31 AM on Thu Apr 19 2018
Happy birthday, Tim Curry!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) G. Gordon Godfrey (Young Justice)
2) Mutro Botha (Batman Beyond)
3) Lord Dragaunus (Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series)
4) King Acorn (Sonic the Hedgehog)
5) Captain Hook (Peter Pan and the Pirates)
6) Dr. Mystico (Freakazoid)
7) Pretorius (The Mask: The Animated Series)
8) Big Brother (Johnny Bravo)
9) Magnificent Rogue (Duck Dodgers)
10) Dr. Morocco (Transformers: Rescue Bots) go to »
David Tennantsaid at 7:05 PM on Wed Apr 18 2018
Happy birthday, David Tennant!!!

He's really excellent as Fugitoid. go to »
Philip Akinsaid at 5:29 PM on Wed Apr 18 2018
Happy birthday, Philip Akin!!!

He was really badass as Bishop. go to »
Clive Revillsaid at 5:28 PM on Wed Apr 18 2018
Happy birthday, Clive Revill!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Kickback (The Transformers)
2) Emperor Palpatine (The Empire Strikes Back)
3) General Dodonna (Star Wars: X-Wing)
4) Jetfire (Transformers Revenge of the Fallen: The Game)
5) Alfred Pennyworth (Batman: The Animated Series) go to »
Bob Hastingssaid at 5:21 PM on Wed Apr 18 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Bob Hastings!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Archie Andrews (Archie Andrews radio show)
2) Henry Swanson (X-Minus One)
3) Reporter (Dimension X)
4) Commissioner Gordon (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) Superboy/Clark Kent (The Adventures of Superboy) go to »
Daredevilsaid at 5:45 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Matt Ellis is somewhat awkward at times. go to »
Misty Knightsaid at 5:44 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
VC thoughts update

Cynthia McWilliams leaves a bigger impression on me despite the lack of material. With even more, I think she would really shine.

Tamera Mowry works for SHS.

Cenophia Mitchell is generic. go to »
Luke Cagesaid at 5:42 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Nazario Maisonet is bland and unremarkable. go to »
High Evolutionarysaid at 5:41 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
VC thoughts update

James Blendick may have a lighter voice, but honestly, I think it works and he does nail the High Evolutionary's scheming and manipulative side.

Richard Newman also sounds very manipulative and you can tell he's having tons of fun in the role (as he always does).

Corey Burton also works in his own way.

Nolan North is actually quite enjoyable. He has a nice flamboyant sound to his voice. He kinda reminds me of Matt Frewer.

Jonathan Frakes is kinda disappointing. I really think he should have hammed it up more, since this is SHS. go to »
Howard the Ducksaid at 5:36 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Chip Zien is exactly how I imagine Howard to sound like. He has a great aggressive attitude and his performance is quite solid.

Kevin Michael Richardson sounds incredibly similar to Chip.

Seth Green is good, but kinda lacking compared to the others.

Sean Gurnsey is pretty forced. go to »
Susan Romansaid at 5:32 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Happy birthday, Susan Roman!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Officer Anne Lewis (RoboCop: The Animated Series)
2) Callisto (X-Men)
3) Moonstone (The Avengers: United They Stand)
4) Scarlet Witch (X-Men)
5) MegaMan Volnutt (Mega Man Legends 2) go to »
Iron Fistsaid at 3:23 PM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Alan Adelberg is kinda flat. go to »
Herculessaid at 4:26 AM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Matt Mercer... Matt, you never cease to amaze me...

He's my new third place. go to »
Hammerheadsaid at 4:25 AM on Tue Apr 17 2018
Jim Cummings sounds good, but I don't feel he's as good as the others. So yeah, I still think John, Jon and Nicky play this character best. go to »
Elektra Natchiossaid at 4:56 PM on Mon Apr 16 2018
I honestly like Kat Cressida the most here. She does sound quite close to how I imagine Elektra to sound like.

Grey DeLisle also fits the role pretty well.

Gabrielle Carteris has a good voice, but her acting is kinda stilted and awkward.

Jani Jakovac is decent.

Sarah Stallman is kinda flat. go to »
Black Catsaid at 4:48 PM on Mon Apr 16 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Jennifer Hale the most here. I really like how she differentiates her Felicia and Black Cat voices and she does deliver quite a rather strong performance. I really feel she makes both Felicia and Black Cat likeable.

Ali Hillis also sounds pretty good. I love how seductive and playful she sounds.

Morgan Lofting also delivers a good performance. It fits how the Black Cat was designed in that cartoon and she does sound quite sexy and playful.

Tricia Helfer also does a good job, but honestly, even if I'm not big on the SSM designs, I can't help but feel that her voice just doesn't fit that design. I feel she would be more fitting for the solo 1981 Spidey toon's design. But still, she's good and one of the few performances from that show that I honestly liked.

Tara Strong does fit the SHS version pretty well. She does sound quite playful and cute in the role.

I also enjoyed Audrey Wasilewski, Katee Sackhoff and Grey DeLisle (though like Tricia, that voice just doesn't mesh with that design).

Holly Fields and Mel Gorsha don't leave an impression on me. go to »
Spider-Man / Miles Moralessaid at 4:34 PM on Mon Apr 16 2018
Brandon James Winckler actually sounds pretty good.

Nadji Jeter is okay, but not as remarkable as the others.

Zac Siewert doesn't sound that natural at times. go to »
Spider-Gwensaid at 4:30 PM on Mon Apr 16 2018
Laura Bailey works well in the role, but I feel she's a bit lacking compared to Ashley and Dove.

And I'm not feeling Heather Masters in the role. She sounds kinda flat. go to »
Les Tremaynesaid at 1:57 PM on Mon Apr 16 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Les Tremayne!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Artur Blored (Dimension X)
2) Narration (Forbidden Planet)
3) Ghost of Christmas Present (Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol)
4) Ben Perrin (Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar)
5) Teddy's Father (Rikki-Tikki-Tavi) go to »
Ms. Marvelsaid at 10:15 AM on Mon Apr 16 2018
Hannah Laurel is kinda unremarkable. go to »
Medusasaid at 10:13 AM on Mon Apr 16 2018
Amber Lee Connors works well, but there are times where the slow delivery gets awkward. go to »
R Lee Ermeysaid at 4:21 AM on Mon Apr 16 2018
RIP R. Lee Ermey. :( go to »
Elizabeth Montgomerysaid at 1:26 PM on Sun Apr 15 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Elizabeth Montgomery!!!

It's really sad that her first VO gig was also her very last. She really did a good job as the Barmaid who helped Jonah Hex in finding Arcady Duvall. go to »
Thomas F Wilsonsaid at 10:52 AM on Sun Apr 15 2018
Happy birthday, Thomas F. Wilson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Todd "Maniac" Marshall (Wing Commander Academy)
2) Biff Tannen (Back to the Future: The Animated Series)
3) Tony Zucco (Batman: The Animated Series)
4) Catman (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
5) Beauregard Tannen (Back to the Future: The Animated Series) go to »
Hans Conriedsaid at 6:41 AM on Sun Apr 15 2018
@EPA Deane I like Hans' Captain Hook, but he doesn't make it to my top ten, since I feel these other roles resonate more with me. go to »
Tom Kanesaid at 5:51 AM on Sun Apr 15 2018
Happy birthday, Tom Kane!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Ultron (Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow)
2) H.O.M.E.R. (1994 Iron Man)
3) Scimitar (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
4) Kurse (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance)
5) Mayor Quincy Sharp (Batman: Arkham City)
6) Wullf Yularen (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
7) Slide Paramita (Star Wars Episode I: Racer)
8) Narration (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
9) Elan Mak (Star Wars Episode I: Racer)
10) Rigosso (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) go to »
Hans Conriedsaid at 5:34 AM on Sun Apr 15 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Hans Conried!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) The Chameleon (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
2) Hunk/Scarecrow (Lux Radio Theater: The Wizard of Oz)
3) Thorin Oakenshield (The Hobbit)
4) Mephisto (1966 The Lone Ranger)
5) Christopher Marlowe (CBS Radio Workshop)
6) O. Irving Henry (Gunsmoke)
7) U-Boat Captain (Lux Radio Theater: The African Queen)
8) Professor Kropotkin (My Friend Irma)
9) Uncle Baxter (The Life of Riley)
10) Dr. Miller (The Burns and Allen Show) go to »
Philip Stonesaid at 4:46 AM on Sat Apr 14 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Philip Stone!!!

He was great as Theoden. go to »
Brad Garrettsaid at 4:43 AM on Sat Apr 14 2018
Happy birthday, Brad Garrett!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Trypticon (The Transformers)
2) Jim Rage (The Tick)
3) Goliath (Batman: The Animated Series)
4) What Interrogator (The Tick)
5) Obelix (Asterix and the Vikings)
6) Hulk Hogan (Hulk Hogan's Rock 'n Wrestling)
7) Wizard Whitebeard (Where's Wally?)
8) Grim Hardwing (Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series)
9) Hydro Man (1994 Fantastic Four cartoon)
10) Krang (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows) go to »
Blizzardsaid at 4:21 AM on Sat Apr 14 2018
Troy Baker is my favorite here. He has a really nice frosty sound to his voice and he really seems to be having fun in the role.

Neil Ross also works rather well in the role. Kinda sad that he got too little to work with.

Chuck McCann's high-pitched voice is actually fun to hear and I really find it quite hilarious.

Trevor Devall also does a fantastic job in the role. I like his attitude quite a bit.

David Orth is kinda unremarkable. go to »
Captain Britainsaid at 1:56 PM on Fri Apr 13 2018
Daniel Moss has a good accent, but his delivery isn't that good at times. go to »
Blizzardsaid at 1:55 PM on Fri Apr 13 2018
Although I've found the performances in the recent Spidey cartoon to be hit-and-miss, Trevor Devall is one of the hits. He's quite enjoyable in the role.

Fourth place. go to »
Punishersaid at 1:52 PM on Fri Apr 13 2018
James Arnold Taylor actually sounds a bit like John Beck. I really like his take.

The UVA is pretty unremarkable. go to »
Ron Perlmansaid at 5:31 AM on Fri Apr 13 2018
Happy birthday, Ron Perlman!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Scorpion (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Daimon Karnes (Wing Commander Academy)
3) Kurtis Stryker (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
4) Clayface/Matt Hagen (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) Cyrax (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
6) Heavyman/Dr. Koenig (Static Shock)
7) Gha Nachkt (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
8) Orion (Justice League)
9) Dr. Double X (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
10) Hellboy (Hellboy: Sword of Storms) go to »
Harry Osbornsaid at 4:48 PM on Thu Apr 12 2018
Max Mittleman is a good choice, but I really feel he's kinda meh.

Fifth place. go to »
Hobgoblinsaid at 4:46 PM on Thu Apr 12 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like Steve Blum the most here. He really is having a blast here and he just has so much energy in the role. If he ever reprises Starscream, I hope he uses this performance, since it's kinda closer to Christopher Collins' take.

Mark Hamill is really enjoyable in the role. I feel he plays Hobgoblin better than the Joker (though I still feel he's best as the Trickster). So yeah, it's a very solid performance.

Max Mittleman is decent, but honestly, I wish he was higher pitched.

Pat Fraley is okay, but there are times where he doesn't sound that natural. go to »
Green Goblinsaid at 4:41 PM on Thu Apr 12 2018
Brandon James Winckler has the right idea in terms of voice, but that delivery... man. go to »
Norman Osbornsaid at 4:39 PM on Thu Apr 12 2018
Once again, Josh Keaton is much better as another character than Spider-Man.

He's just so charming, yet you can tell he's manipulative.

Fifth place. go to »
Fridaysaid at 9:28 AM on Thu Apr 12 2018
I think I'll bump Tabitha to third place, but still, all of them do good. go to »
Charles Napiersaid at 7:53 AM on Thu Apr 12 2018
"Murdock... I'm comin' to get you!!!"

Happy birthday and RIP Charles Napier!!!

Along with Lance LeGault, he was one of the best tough guy actors from the 70's and 80's. That deep voice of his and his square jaw really was perfect for villains and authority figures.

He was a good roaring voice for the Hulk and really sounded threatening in the role. I kinda wish he had gotten a chance to play a speaking Hulk. Along with Bob Holt, he had one of the best roaring Hulk voices.

He was also great as General Hardcastle in the Superman cartoons. One of the few performances from that cartoon that worked really well.

Honorable mentions to his live-action roles in Rambo: First Blood Part II and his guest appearances in the live-action Hulk TV show, the A-Team and Dukes of Hazzard. go to »
Venomsaid at 7:35 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
VC thoughts update

In all honesty, Neil Kaplan is closer to how I imagine Venom to sound like. He has a great amount of energy and I really like his roars.

Dave Boat also works well in the role. He truly seems to be having fun here and I really like his raspy voice.

Matt Lanter is also pretty good. Yes, it's pitched down artificially, but it doesn't distract me that much.

Dee Bradley Baker is quite fun. I prefer him as Carnage, but he does a pretty quirky Venom.

Hank Azaria's take is classic and still a lot of fun to hear. You can tell Hank is having a blast here.

Rod Wilson, Brian Drummond, Daran Norris, Arthur Burghardt, Steve Blum, Quinton Flynn, Topher Grace, Keith Szarabajka, Chopper Bernet, Travis Willingham and Roger Craig Smith also deliver enjoyable performances.

Jason Bryden, Ben Diskin, Danny Trejo and Brian Stivale don't sound right to me. go to »
Kraven the Huntersaid at 7:24 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
VC thoughts update

Honestly, despite the lack of an accent, I like George DiCenzo (incorrectly listed as Robert Ridgely) the most. He sounds really wicked and cunning and I really feel his voice is quite fitting for the design.

Jim Cummings is also pretty good, though I feel he should have dropped the accent 'cause it kinda sounds inconsistent, at least to me. But still, it's a solid performance overall.

Diedrich Bader is also really good. Although his performance isn't as solid as Jim's, it's still quite good and his accent is a bit more consistent.

Gregg Berger also works quite perfectly in the role. He delivers a very energetic performance and really fits this more sympathetic incarnation.

Jack DeLeon (who played Kraven in the 1981 solo Spidey cartoon) didn't bother with an accent, but that never was a problem with me, 'cause his sinister performance is rather good.

I also enjoyed Paul Dobson, Peter Lurie, Michael Dorn, Neil Kaplan, Nolan North, Steve Blum and Troy Baker in the role.

Eric Vesbit is kinda off and awkward in the role.

I want to like Chris Wiggins, but his overall take is really disappointing. go to »
Electrosaid at 3:35 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
Steven Ross has the right idea, but his delivery in incredibly awkward. go to »
Vulturesaid at 3:31 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
Not really feeling Alastair Duncan in the role. go to »
Tricia Helfersaid at 3:23 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
Happy birthday, Tricia Helfer!!!

I really enjoyed her as Boodikka, Sif and Sonya Blade. go to »
Billie Hayessaid at 3:20 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
Happy birthday, Billie Hayes!!!

She's really good as Mrs. Neederlander. go to »
Laurie Fasosaid at 3:18 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
Happy birthday, Laurie Faso!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Skydive (The Transformers)
2) Tunnel Rat (G.I. Joe: The Movie)
3) Divebomb (The Transformers)
4) Rampage (The Transformers)
5) Raphael (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze) go to »
Meshach Taylorsaid at 3:15 PM on Wed Apr 11 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Meshach Taylor!!!

He was really good as Wedge in the first NPR Star Wars radio drama. go to »
Jim Rhodessaid at 4:50 PM on Tue Apr 10 2018
VC thoughts update

Honestly, I like Dorian Harewood the most. He does sound like a tough military man, and he also is quite likeable in the role.

Next is Bumper Robinson. Despite the younger sounding voice, he does sound like a military man.

James Avery is pretty good, but I kinda was hoping for him to do something similar to his Turbo from the Rambo cartoon. As it is, I sometimes get the feeling that Rhodey was played by a Texan. But still, he's not bad.

Rodney Saulsberry is a natural choice for the role. I wish he could reprise someday.

LeVar Burton also is pretty good in the role. He has quite a lot of energy and he truly seems to be having fun.

I also enjoyed Terrence Howard, Phil LaMarr and Don Cheadle in the role.

Daniel Bacon, James C. Mathis III and Adande Thorne leave little impression on me. go to »
Fridaysaid at 2:41 PM on Tue Apr 10 2018
Tabitha St. Germain is pretty great in the role.

Fourth place. go to »
Howard Starksaid at 2:39 PM on Tue Apr 10 2018
Charlie Schlatter works really well in the role.

Fifth place. go to »
Happy Hogansaid at 2:38 PM on Tue Apr 10 2018
VC thoughts update

Chris Cox is really good in the role. He really is quite enjoyable and he has a great attitude.

Paul Soles holds up surprisingly well, especially considering the show this performance came from.

Alistair Abell works for his version. go to »
Tigrasaid at 3:16 AM on Tue Apr 10 2018
Changing to Lenore. Still like Grey, though. go to »
Tigrasaid at 3:13 AM on Tue Apr 10 2018
VC thoughts update

I like Grey DeLisle the most here. Yeah, she doesn't get the most material, but she does sound pretty energetic.

Lenore Zann also works in the role. Despite the material, she delivers a good performance.

Bella Thorne is okay, but a bit flat at times. go to »
A-Bombsaid at 3:10 AM on Tue Apr 10 2018
Josh Keaton is surprisingly good, especially considering how the quality of the acting is in that game. Second place. go to »
Spider-Mansaid at 3:05 AM on Tue Apr 10 2018
Andrew Francis is a good choice for Spidey and he doesn't disappoint.

Erick David and Cole Howard don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Chuck McCannsaid at 6:12 PM on Sun Apr 8 2018
RIP Chuck McCann. :(

He was great as Leatherneck, the Thing, Blinky and Pinky. He was also quite fun as Blizzard. go to »
Stuart Pankinsaid at 6:10 AM on Sun Apr 8 2018
Happy birthday, Stuart Pankin!!!

He was great as the Condiment King. go to »
Carrie Savagesaid at 5:57 AM on Sun Apr 8 2018
Happy birthday, Carrie Savage!!!

She was great as Ling Xiaoyu and Marz. go to »
Kyle Labinesaid at 6:03 AM on Sat Apr 7 2018
Happy birthday, Kyle Labine!!!

He was really good as Kip and young Guile in the 1995 Street Fighter cartoon. go to »
Danny Wellssaid at 5:58 AM on Sat Apr 7 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Danny Wells!!!

For me, he will always be Luigi. go to »
Marilu Hennersaid at 4:08 PM on Fri Apr 6 2018
Happy birthday, Marilu Henner!!!

She was great as Veronica Vreeland. go to »
Cindy Robinsonsaid at 8:00 AM on Fri Apr 6 2018
Happy birthday, Cindy Robinson!!!

She was great as Kolin. go to »
Kathleen Barrsaid at 7:55 AM on Fri Apr 6 2018
Happy birthday, Kathleen Barr!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Botanica (Beast Machines: Transformers)
2) Dr. Lucinda DaVila (1995 Street Fighter)
3) Momma Robotnik (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
4) Mesmira (Conan the Adventurer)
5) Katella (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
6) Miss Sniffed (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
7) DooBot (Sonic Underground)
8) Isis (Krypto the Superdog)
9) Feral (Wolverine versus Sabretooth)
10) Andreenid Queen (2002 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe) go to »
Billy Dee Williamssaid at 7:41 AM on Fri Apr 6 2018
Happy birthday, Billy Dee Williams!!!

He's really good as Lando Calrissian and Two-Face/Harvey Dent. go to »
Ted Colesaid at 5:05 AM on Thu Apr 5 2018
Happy birthday, Ted Cole!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Slush Head (The New Adventures of He-Man)
2) Sideways (Transformers: Cybertron)
3) Gleep (The New Adventures of He-Man)
4) Spinwit (The New Adventures of He-Man)
5) Karatti (The New Adventures of He-Man) go to »
Hayley Atwellsaid at 4:56 AM on Thu Apr 5 2018
Happy birthday, Hayley Atwell!!!

She's great as Peggy Carter. go to »
Tasia Valenzasaid at 4:54 AM on Thu Apr 5 2018
Happy birthday, Tasia Valenza!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Madame Hydra (Marvel Heroes)
2) Mrs. Van Daan (2012 Diary of Anne Frank radioplay)
3) Shaak Ti (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
4) Mariam (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) Kaliyo Djannis (Star Wars: The Old Republic) go to »
Lisa Zanesaid at 4:48 AM on Thu Apr 5 2018
Happy birthday, Lisa Zane!!!

She was really good as Madame Masque and Jen Walters/the She-Hulk. go to »
Phil Morrissaid at 10:51 AM on Wed Apr 4 2018
Happy birthday, Phil Morris!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Scorpio (Ultimate Spider-Man)
2) Fox (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
3) Jonathan Vale (Static Shock)
4) Jonah Hex (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
5) Saint Walker (Green Lantern: The Animated Series) go to »
Bea Benaderetsaid at 4:45 AM on Wed Apr 4 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Bea Benaderet!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Gertrude Gearshift (The Jack Benny Program)
2) Blanche Morton (The Burns and Allen Show)
3) Mrs. Millicent Carstairs (Fibber McGee and Molly)
4) Principal Eve Goodwin (The Great Gildersleeve)
5) Mrs. Iris Atterbury (My Favorite Husband) go to »
Robbie Ristsaid at 4:42 AM on Wed Apr 4 2018
Happy birthday, Robbie Rist!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Swelter (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Brian Daily (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Tricerashot (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
4) Jet McCabe (1987 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
5) Michelangelo (1990 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) go to »
Marlon Brandosaid at 4:30 AM on Wed Apr 4 2018
@Ghosty404 It is, you can really hear the breathing unit he's using and you can tell Brando is struggling. I liked Brando in this role, but for the game, I'm glad they had Doug Abrahams step in and do a Brando impression (in fact, he was originally just the dialect coach, until they told him that they wanted him to do Brando's dialogue since the recordings were pretty much below standard due to the respirator unit's sound, so they needed new recordings, but they still kept that one line during the hospital level).

It was noble of Brando to step in, but out of all of the reprising performers, he was quite possibly the weakest. It was a rather depressing final role. go to »
Christopher Melonisaid at 5:27 AM on Mon Apr 2 2018
Meant "Hal Jordan". go to »
Clark Greggsaid at 5:27 AM on Mon Apr 2 2018
Happy birthday, Clark Gregg!!!

He's really great as Agent Coulson. go to »
Christopher Melonisaid at 3:14 AM on Mon Apr 2 2018
Happy birthday, Christopher Meloni!!!

I really enjoyed his performance as Green Lantern/Hal Jorda. go to »
Lisa Ann Beleysaid at 3:12 AM on Mon Apr 2 2018
Happy birthday, Lisa Ann Beley!!!

My favorite Vancouver actress.

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Cammy (1995 Street Fighter)
2) Override (Transformers: Cybertron)
3) Thena Elliott (Eternals)
4) Miranda Bayer (Wolverine: Weapon X)
5) Dr. Deborah Risman (X-Men Evolution)
6) Caiera (Planet Hulk)
7) Spider-Woman (Wolverine: Weapon X)
8) Medusa (Inhumans)
9) Scarlett (G.I. Joe: Spy Troops)
10) Hsien-Ko (Darkstalkers) go to »
Elizabeth Hannasaid at 3:03 AM on Mon Apr 2 2018
Happy birthday, Elizabeth Hanna!!!

She was really great as the Triforce of Wisdom. go to »
Matt Lantersaid at 10:13 AM on Sun Apr 1 2018
Happy birthday, Matt Lanter!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Harry Osborn (Ultimate Spider-Man)
2) Anakin Skywalker (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
3) Anti-Venom (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Klaw (Lego Marvel Avengers)
5) Agent Venom/Flash Thompson (Ultimate Spider-Man) go to »
April Stewartsaid at 5:37 AM on Sun Apr 1 2018
Happy birthday, April Stewart!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Death (Deadpool)
2) Psylocke (Marvel Heroes)
3) Kayla Silverfox (X-Men Origins: Wolverine)
4) Jean Grey (Marvel Heroes)
5) Lady Zartra (Avengers Assemble) go to »
Troy Bakersaid at 5:22 AM on Sun Apr 1 2018
Happy birthday, Troy Baker!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Vector Prime (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Erron Black (Mortal Kombat X)
3) Kanto (Justice League Action)
4) Shinnok (Mortal Kombat X)
5) Clay Quartermain (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
6) Sublime (X-Men Anime)
7) Whirlwind (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
8) J.A.R.V.I.S. (Lego Marvel Super Heroes)
9) Blizzard (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
10) Music Meister (Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham) go to »
Andrew Bowensaid at 9:30 AM on Sat Mar 31 2018
Happy birthday, Andrew Bowen!!!

He is a really good Johnny Cage. go to »
Stan Wojno Jrsaid at 9:25 AM on Sat Mar 31 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Stan Wojno, Jr.!!!

He was really likeable as Lifeline. go to »
Terry Klassensaid at 9:21 AM on Sat Mar 31 2018
Happy birthday, Terry Klassen!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Topside (1989 G.I. Joe)
2) Black Dragon (G.I. Joe Extreme)
3) Brimstone (Transformers Cybertron)
4) Skyblast (Transformers Energon)
5) Dr. Qwark (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog) go to »
Maurice LaMarchesaid at 7:09 AM on Fri Mar 30 2018
Happy birthday, Maurice LaMarche!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Big Ben (1989 G.I. Joe)
2) Six-Gun (The Transformers)
3) Chief Burns (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
4) Human Ton and Handy (The Tick)
5) Grumpy (The 7D)
6) Inspector Gadget (Inspector Gadget's Biggest Caper Ever)
7) Destro (1989 G.I. Joe)
8) Yosemite Sam (Bugs Bunny and Taz: Time Busters)
9) Drag Strip (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
10) Popeye (Popeye and Son) go to »
Marina Sirtissaid at 5:32 PM on Thu Mar 29 2018
Happy birthday, Marina Sirtis!!!

Really enjoyed her as Queen Bee and Sandra Stanyon. go to »
Paul Eidingsaid at 3:41 PM on Wed Mar 28 2018
Happy birthday, Paul Eiding!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Perceptor (The Transformers)
2) Gezundheitan (The Tick)
3) Deceptitraan (The Transformers)
4) Dr. N. Zyme (SWAT Kats: The Radical Squadron)
5) Zebop Skandana (The Transformers) go to »
Lex Luthorsaid at 1:28 PM on Wed Mar 28 2018
Keith is a very good Luthor. Just wish he had more to do and he could be on Steve's level for me. go to »
Michael Yorksaid at 4:45 AM on Tue Mar 27 2018
Happy birthday, Michael York!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Count Vertigo (Batman: The Animated Series)
2) Ancient Prime (Transformers: Revenge of the Fallen)
3) Dr. Nuvo Vindi (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
4) Dr. Kane (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) Kanto (Superman: The Animated Series) go to »
Mariah Careysaid at 4:41 AM on Tue Mar 27 2018
Happy birthday, Mariah Carey!!!

She was enjoyable as Mayor McCaskill. go to »
Nathan Fillionsaid at 4:39 AM on Tue Mar 27 2018
Happy birthday, Nathan Fillion!!!

Along with Michael Rye, Nathan is quite possibly my favorite Hal Jordan actor. Both Michael and Nathan have almost the same traits and attitude, but Nathan manages to make the role his own really well, and I really wish he was brought back more often to do the role. I'm glad they're bringing him back for the Death of Superman saga.

I also enjoyed his performance as Steve Trevor.

So yeah, I hope to hear Nathan in more stuff. go to »
Leonard Nimoysaid at 2:43 PM on Mon Mar 26 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Leonard Nimoy!!!

He was really great as Spock. go to »
Keith Diamondsaid at 9:17 AM on Mon Mar 26 2018
Happy birthday, Keith Diamond!!!

He was really great as Rapid Run. go to »
Todd Robert Thawleysaid at 7:52 AM on Mon Mar 26 2018
Happy birthday, Tod Thawley!!!

I thought he was really good as Nightwolf. go to »
Dick Gautiersaid at 7:46 AM on Mon Mar 26 2018
@EPA Deane Yeah, but I'm always amazed by the fact that he sounded younger than his age.

Oddly enough, he was the same age as Ed Gilbert, and yet when Dick replaced Ed as Senator Masterson, I thought he sounded too young for the role (since it's basically his Rodimus voice). go to »
John Vernonsaid at 12:26 PM on Sat Mar 24 2018
@EPA Deane Yeah, he could work. go to »
R Lee Ermeysaid at 5:50 AM on Sat Mar 24 2018
Happy birthday, R. Lee Ermey!!!

He's really awesome as Wildcat. go to »
Michael Sorichsaid at 4:45 AM on Fri Mar 23 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Sorich!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Gen (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
2) J (BoBoBoBo BoBoBo)
3) Teemto Pagalies (Star Wars Episode I: Racer)
4) Lee (Street Fighter II V)
5) Mawhonic (Star Wars Episode I: Racer) go to »
Jason Schombingsaid at 4:37 AM on Fri Mar 23 2018
Happy birthday, Jason Schombing!!!

He's really great as Monk Malone. go to »
Richard Griecosaid at 4:34 AM on Fri Mar 23 2018
Happy birthday, Richard Grieco!!!!

He was really awesome as Ghost Rider. go to »
William Shatnersaid at 5:25 PM on Thu Mar 22 2018
Happy birthday, William Shatner!!!

He's excellent as Two-Face/Harvey Dent and Captain Kirk. go to »
Tony Popesaid at 9:28 AM on Thu Mar 22 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Tony Pope!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Wreck-Gar (The Transformers)
2) C-3PO (Star Wars Trilogy Arcade)
3) A-3 (The Transformers)
4) Inquirata (The Transformers)
5) Quintesson Judge (The Transformers) go to »
Hunter MacKenzie Austinsaid at 9:21 AM on Thu Mar 22 2018
Happy birthday, Hunter MacKenzie Austin!!!

She's really great as Hsien-Ko. go to »
Spider Woman / Jessica Drewsaid at 5:25 AM on Wed Mar 21 2018
I think I'll change my vote to Joan. Yes, the show wasn't perfect, but I do think she did a good job in the role. go to »
Mike Roadsaid at 5:14 AM on Sun Mar 18 2018
Happy 100 birthday and RIP Mike Road!!!

He was really great as Prince Triton and Rama-Tut. go to »
JG Hertzlersaid at 5:10 AM on Sun Mar 18 2018
Happy birthday, J.G. Hertzler!!!

He's really great as Deathstroke and Ares. go to »
Patrick Seitzsaid at 5:26 AM on Sat Mar 17 2018
Happy birthday, Patrick Seitz!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Hugo (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
2) Butterball (Lego Marvel Avengers)
3) Death (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
4) Bob (Street Fighter X Tekken)
5) Fing Fang Foom (Lego Marvel Avengers)
6) Overlord (Transformers: Titans Return)
7) M.A.R.S. Security Troopers (G.I. Joe: The Rise of Cobra game)
8) Dracula (Castlevania: Symphony of the Night)
9) Scorpion (Mortal Kombat X)
10) Deathstroke (Mortal Kombat vs. DC Universe) go to »
Vicki Lewissaid at 5:14 AM on Sat Mar 17 2018
Happy birthday, Vicki Lewis!!!

She's really great as Persephone, Wonder Woman and Star Sapphire. go to »
Alvin Sanderssaid at 5:37 PM on Fri Mar 16 2018
Happy birthday, Alvin Sanders!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Stretcher (1989 G.I. Joe)
2) Flogg (The New Adventures of He-Man)
3) Bullet-Proof (1989 G.I. Joe)
4) Tuskador (The New Adventures of He-Man)
5) Demolishor (Transformers Armada) go to »
Alan Tudyksaid at 4:45 PM on Fri Mar 16 2018
Happy birthday, Alan Tudyk!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Psimon (Young Justice)
2) K-2SO (Rogue One)
3) Captain Cold (Young Justice)
4) Flash/Barry Allen (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
5) Green Arrow (Young Justice) go to »
Mercedes McCambridgesaid at 4:59 AM on Fri Mar 16 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Mercedes McCambridge!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Mina Harker (CBS Radio Mystery Theater)
2) Sunny Richards (I Love a Mystery)
3) Pazuzu (The Exorcist)
4) Gerte LaStrange (Amazing Stories)
5) Charity "Cherry" Martin (I Love a Mystery) go to »
Dick Bealssaid at 4:55 AM on Fri Mar 16 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Dick Beals!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Dan Reid, Jr. (The Lone Ranger radio show)
2) Baby-Faced Moonbeam (Duck Dodgers)
3) Speedy Alka Seltzer (Alka Seltzer)
4) Yank (Roger Ramjet)
5) Dan (Roger Ramjet) go to »
J David Brimmersaid at 3:46 AM on Fri Mar 16 2018
Happy birthday, J. David Brimmer!!!

He was really great as Ord and Machete. go to »
Gary Anthony Williamssaid at 4:05 AM on Thu Mar 15 2018
Happy belated birthday, Gary Anthony Williams!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Slicedice (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Thunderball (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
3) Mongal (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4) Mutant Leader (Batman: The Dark Knight Returns)
5) Bebop (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows) go to »
BJ Wardsaid at 4:52 AM on Wed Mar 14 2018
Happy birthday, B.J. Ward!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Scarlett (G.I. Joe)
2) Wonder Woman (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
3) Betty Ross (1982 The Incredible Hulk)
4) Jayna (The Legendary Super Powers Show)
5) Bizarro Wonder Woman (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
6) Alicia Masters (1982 The Incredible Hulk)
7) Namorita (1981 Spider-Man)
8) Glinda (1990 Wizard of Oz)
9) Master Alchemist (DC Super Hero Girls: Hero of the Year)
10) Medusa (1981 Spider-Man) go to »
Dana Delanysaid at 2:44 AM on Tue Mar 13 2018
Happy birthday, Dana Delany!!!

I honestly enjoyed her a lot as Andrea Beaumont and Gwen "Archer" Bowman. She really did a good job as these two characters. go to »
Alan Dinehartsaid at 10:59 AM on Mon Mar 12 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Alan Dinehart!!!

He did an excellent job directing the Ruby Spears Plastic Man cartoon, Battle of the Planets and Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends.

He also was great as Tiny and Chief Anderson in the Battle of the Planets dub. He made Tiny so lovable and fun and he really became my favorite character in the show. go to »
Frank Welkersaid at 10:50 AM on Mon Mar 12 2018
Happy birthday, Frank Welker!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Galvatron (The Transformers)
2) Wild Bill (G.I. Joe)
3) Iceman (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
4) Darkseid (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
5) Soundwave (The Transformers)
6) Torch (G.I. Joe)
7) Toad (Pryde of the X-Men)
8) Kalibak (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
9) Megatron (The Transformers)
10) Copperhead (G.I. Joe) go to »
Robbie Daymondsaid at 4:47 AM on Sun Mar 11 2018
Happy birthday, Robbie Daymond!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) A-Bomb (Lego Marvel Avengers)
2) Evan and Myles (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
3) Spider-Man/Peter Parker (Marvel vs. Capcom Infinite)
4) Michelangelo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan)
5) Bucky (Avengers Assemble) go to »
Alex Kingstonsaid at 4:40 AM on Sun Mar 11 2018
Happy birthday, Alex Kingston!!!

She was really great as Quickshadow. go to »
Rob Paulsensaid at 4:28 AM on Sun Mar 11 2018
Happy birthday, Rob Paulsen!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Raphael (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Slingshot (The Transformers)
3) Snow Job (G.I. Joe)
4) Air Raid (The Transformers)
5) Tripwire (G.I. Joe)
6) Fastlane (The Transformers)
7) Arthur (The Tick)
8) Octopus (Savage Dragon)
9) Pinky (Pinky and the Brain)
10) Donatello (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) go to »
Miss Kittiesaid at 3:10 AM on Wed Mar 7 2018
Happy birthday, Miss Kittie!!!

I really enjoyed her as Rocket. go to »
Richard O'Callaghansaid at 3:01 AM on Wed Mar 7 2018
Happy birthday, Richard O'Callaghan!!!

I really enjoyed him as Merry in the 1981 Lord of the Rings radio drama. go to »
Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidioussaid at 7:26 PM on Tue Mar 6 2018
Ian McDiarmid is tied with Paul Hecht. Even in voiceover form, his performance is brilliant. He has that slow delivery and his laugh is so enjoyable. go to »
Eddie Deezensaid at 4:36 PM on Tue Mar 6 2018
Happy birthday, Eddie Deezen!!!

He's really enjoyable as Ped. go to »
Yuri Lowenthalsaid at 1:39 PM on Mon Mar 5 2018
Happy birthday, Yuri Lowenthal!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Glacius (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Peter Van Daan (2012 Diary of Anne Frank radio play)
3) Richard Aiken (Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles)
4) Kell-El (Legion of Super Heroes)
5) Mr. Miracle (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
6) Lagoon Boy (Young Justice)
7) Bulletman (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
8) Tempest (Young Justice)
9) Tuftan (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
10) Icicle, Jr. (Young Justice) go to »
Dean Stockwellsaid at 1:25 PM on Mon Mar 5 2018
Happy birthday, Dean Stockwell!!!

He was really good as Duke Nukem and Tim Drake go to »
Brian Cummingssaid at 5:28 AM on Sun Mar 4 2018
Happy birthday, Brian Cummings!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Krakus (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Dr. Mindbender (G.I. Joe)
3) Clyde (Tom and Jerry Kids)
4) Carney (Johnny Bravo)
5) Reporter (Batman: The Animated Series) go to »
Steven Webersaid at 5:22 AM on Sun Mar 4 2018
Happy birthday, Steven Weber!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Alfred Pennyworth (Return of the Caped Crusaders)
2) Iron Mouse (Ultimate Spider-Man)
3) J. Carroll Corcoran (The New Batman Adventures)
4) Fancy Dan (Ultimate Spider-Man)
5) Trapster (Ultimate Spider-Man)
6) Norman Osborn/The Green Goblin (Ultimate Spider-Man)
7) Ultimate Goblin (Ultimate Spider-Man)
8) Two-Face's Henchmen (Batman vs. Two-Face)
9) Jumpin' Jack (Regular Show)
10) Eugene Dolan (The Zeta Project) go to »
Ian Sinclairsaid at 4:35 AM on Fri Mar 2 2018
Happy birthday, Ian Sinclair!!!

He's really great as Rashid. go to »
Michael Ryesaid at 4:27 AM on Fri Mar 2 2018
Happy 100th birthday and RIP Michael Rye!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Green Lantern/Hal Jordan (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
2) Jack Armstrong (Jack Armstrong, the All-American Boy)
3) Joe Chill (The Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardians)
4) Apache Chief (The Legendary Super Powers Show)
5) The Supreme Hydra (1982 The Incredible Hulk)
6) Solovar (Challenge of the SuperFriends)
7) Dr. Farley Stillwell (1994 Spider-Man)
8) The Lone Ranger (1966 Lone Ranger)
9) Magneto (Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends)
10) Mysterio (1981 Spider-Man) go to »
Kathryn Cressidasaid at 3:45 AM on Thu Mar 1 2018
Happy birthday, Kat Cressida!!!

Really enjoyed her as Elektra. go to »
Don Franckssaid at 4:17 AM on Wed Feb 28 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Don Francks!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Sabretooth (X-Men)
2) Mok Swagger (Rock & Rule)
3) Boba Fett (The Star Wars Holiday Special)
4) Anton Arcane (Swamp Thing)
5) Jann Tosh (Star Wars: Droids) go to »
Olan Soulesaid at 4:05 AM on Wed Feb 28 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Olan Soule!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Professor Stein (SuperFriends: The Legendary Super Powers Show)
2) Batman (Challenge of the SuperFriends)
3) Percival J. Twillingham (Calvin and the Colonel)
4) Master Taj (Fantastic Planet)
5) Jonathan Kent (1973 SuperFriends) go to »
Adam Baldwinsaid at 4:45 AM on Tue Feb 27 2018
Happy birthday, Adam Baldwin!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Finn (Jackie Chan Adventures)
2) York (Static Shock)
3) Rick Flagg (Justice League Unlimited)
4) Parasite (Young Justice)
5) Metamorpho (Beware the Batman) go to »
Keith Fergusonsaid at 5:10 AM on Mon Feb 26 2018
Happy birthday, Keith Ferguson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Mr. Sinister (Deadpool)
2) Karate Kid (Legion of Super Heroes)
3) X-Ray (The Incredible Hulk: The Video Game)
4) Nemesis Kid (Legion of Super Heroes)
5) Grizzly (X-Men Legends 2: Rise of Apocalypse)
6) Jefferson Skeevers (Batman: Year One)
7) Heavy Duty (G.I. Joe: Renegades)
8) Han Solo (The Lego Movie)
9) General Thunderbolt Ross (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
10) Superman (Super Best Friends Forever) go to »
Mason Adamssaid at 4:32 AM on Mon Feb 26 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Mason Adams!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Henry Miller/The Atom Man (Superman radio show)
2) Pepper Young (Pepper Young's Family)
3) Simple Simon (Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar)
4) Cat in the Hat (The Grinch Grinches the Cat in the Hat)
5) Grandpa (Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure) go to »
Bill Ratnersaid at 11:09 AM on Sun Feb 25 2018
Happy birthday, Bill Ratner!!!

He's really awesome as Flint. go to »
Fraser Kerrsaid at 5:06 AM on Sun Feb 25 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Fraser Kerr!!!

He was really good as Saruman. go to »
Abe Vigodasaid at 4:30 AM on Sat Feb 24 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Abe Vigoda!!!

He was great as Tessio and Salvatore "The Wheezer" Valestra. go to »
John Vernonsaid at 4:22 AM on Sat Feb 24 2018
Happy birthday and RIP John Vernon!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Shao Kahn (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Rupert Thorne (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Dr. Strange (1994 Spider-Man)
4) General Thunderbolt Ross (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
5) Namor the Sub-Mariner (The Marvel Super Heroes) go to »
Julianne Grossmansaid at 11:10 AM on Fri Feb 23 2018
Happy birthday, Julianne Grossman!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Etta Candy (Wonder Woman)
2) Phillipus (Justice League)
3) Hippolyta (DC Super Hero Girls)
4) Big Barda (Superman/Batman: Apocalypse)
5) Mongal (DC Super Hero Girls: Intergalactic Games) go to »
Bailey Gambertogliosaid at 11:05 AM on Fri Feb 23 2018
Happy birthday, Bailey Gambertoglio!!!

She was really good as Hank in the 2015 Transformers RiD cartoon. go to »
Majel Barrettsaid at 3:42 AM on Fri Feb 23 2018
Happy birthday and RIP, Majel Barrett!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Nurse Chapel (Star Trek: The Animated Series)
2) Randi Bryce (Star Trek: The Animated Series)
3) M'Ress (Star Trek: The Animated Series)
4) Amanda Grayson (Star Trek: The Animated Series)
5) Anna Watson (1994 Spider-Man)

I think that despite the fact that the character was totally unbearable, Majel did deliver a good performance as Anna Watson. go to »
Milton Jamessaid at 3:34 AM on Fri Feb 23 2018
Happy birthday, Milt Jamin!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Blast Off (The Transformers)
2) Zoltar (Street Fighter II V)
3) Grax (The Transformers)
4) Kokuja (Street Fighter II V)
5) Stylor (The Transformers) go to »
Maryke Hendriksesaid at 3:26 AM on Fri Feb 23 2018
Happy birthday, Maryle Hendrikse!!!

Really enjoyed her as Thunderblast. go to »
Nicole Oliversaid at 6:28 AM on Thu Feb 22 2018
Happy birthday, Nicole Oliver!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Valkyrie (Hulk Vs.)
2) Risty Wilde (X-Men Evolution)
3) Kevin's Mom (Krypto the Superdog)
4) Miranda (Transformers Energon)
5) Mrs. Hikari (Mega Man NT Warrior)
6) Sally Jones (Transformers Energon)
7) Veena (2003 He-Man and the Masters of the Universe)
8) Betty Ross (Next Avengers: Heroes of Tomorrow)
9) Jen Walters (Ultimate Wolverine vs. Hulk)
10) Hera Syndulla (Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales) go to »
Granny Goodnesssaid at 4:46 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Man, this is a really tough VC. I'm really torn between Khary Payton, Ed Asner and Cloris Leachman

Cloris Leachman is a perfect choice for Granny, and I do feel the aged sound of her voice makes her kinda unsettling, but she could still be funny.

Khary Payton works rather well in the role, and I wish he had more material.

Along with Jabba the Hutt in the NPR Return of the Jedi radio drama, this is one of Ed Asner's most unique roles. I just love his flamboyant grandmotherly sound and he does seem to have fun playing the character.

Lainie Frasier works as well, but she's not as good as Ed, Cloris and Khary.

April Stewart sounds a bit too young. go to »
Larry Drakesaid at 1:36 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Larry Drake!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Ganthet (Green Lantern: First Flight)
2) Pops (Johnny Bravo)
3) Jackson Chappell (Batman Beyond)
4) Kazdan Paratus (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed)
5) General Vox (Justice League) go to »
Big Bardasaid at 1:26 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Laura Post is really fitting as Big Barda. She has a good tough gal voice and a great amount of energy. I also like the slight regal sound she has.

Farrah Forke also sounds quite tough and energetic in the role. I also like her attitude quite a bit and she can sound quite sweet at times.

Diane Delano also works rather well. I wish she had more to work with.

Julianne Grossman is also quite good, having quite a bit of presence and authority.

Misty Lee fits a younger Barda, but she's kinda meh. go to »
Desaadsaid at 1:19 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Rene Auberjonois really nailed Desaad's suck-up traits. I really love his Super Powers take the most due to the fact that he makes Desaad sound proud of his own horrible deeds. He really seems to enjoy making others suffer and he has great chemistry with Frank Welker's Darkseid and Kalibak.

Jason J. Lewis sounds very similar to Rene. He really seems to be having fun hamming it up in the role

Dee Bradley Baker is good, but he isn't as entertaining as Rene and Jason. Still, not bad.

James Arnold Taylor is pretty enjoyable. He really seems to be having fun in the role.

Robert Morse is a bit bland.

Bruce Thomas doesn't leave an impression on me. go to »
Kantosaid at 1:11 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Troy Baker has a really awesome stuffy attitude and he really sounds quite entertaining as well. It does fit Kanto's design rather well.

Out of the two DCAU actors, I prefer Michael York. He really sounds rather stuffy and he does seems to be having fun. One of the better performances of that show.

Corey Burton emulates Michael nicely, but honestly, he just sounds kinda pathetic compared to Troy and Michael. go to »
Kalibaksaid at 1:03 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Honestly, I like Frank Welker the most. I really think his high, beastly voice fits Kalibak perfectly. Kalibak is not really a big guy, but a rather short beastly looking guy (especially compared to Darkseid) with a stocky look, and Frank sounds exactly like that. He also has quite a few fun moments and I really liked his chemistry with Rene Auberjonois' Desaad.

Piotr Michael goes for a more caveman-like approach. I actually like it, he manages to sound quite amusing in the role.

Michael Leon Wooley also sounds pretty good.

Michael Dorn... honestly, I think he and Michael Ironside should have switched roles. He sounds too deep for Kalibak and it just doesn't feel right coming out of the character for me. Plus, he just doesn't leave an impression on me. go to »
Darkseidsaid at 12:53 PM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Jonathan Adams is pretty great in the role. He has a really awesome deep booming voice and his delivery is incredibly menacing and convincing. Second place.

Andre Sogliuzzo... I have the same problem with him that I had with Michael Ironside: he sounds too like and he doesn't sound threatening at all. go to »
Anthony Danielssaid at 4:36 AM on Wed Feb 21 2018
Happy birthday, Anthony Daniels!!!

He's really great as C-3PO and Legolas. go to »
Flash / Barry Allensaid at 7:10 PM on Tue Feb 20 2018
Josh Keaton is a natural choice, and he doesn't disappoint at all. go to »
Killer Crocsaid at 2:13 PM on Tue Feb 20 2018
VC thoughts update

In all honesty, I feel Aron Kincaid is the most well rounded take here. He made Croc a menace to be reckoned with and yet, he also had quite a bit of fun moments. The "I threw a rock at him" moment always gets a chuckle out of me.

Brooks Gardner also sounds pretty good, but I felt that he didn't handle the fun moments as well as Aron did. Still, his performance is pretty good and I like his chemistry with Laraine Newman's Baby Doll.

Steve Blum has a great "watery" voice and he does sounds pretty aggressive. I kinda prefer his take in Arkham Asylum more than the Arkham City take, 'cause the Asylum take seems to have elements of Aron's performance (the watery rasp and the taunting delivery).

Khary Payton is quite creepy and unsettling in the role. He kinda sounds like Bill Martin's Samhaine if he was a reptile.

Honestly, I feel Fred Tatasciore's Lego take is better than his Son of Batman take. In the Lego game, he seems to be having more fun, whereas in Son of Batman, he focuses too much on the menacing side.

Ron Perlman, Stephen Root, John DiMaggio and Nolan North also work rather well in the role.

Edwin Neal and Wade Williams sound kinda off in the role. Edwin's rasp is a bit too unnatural while Wade just sounds too human in the role. go to »
Captain Boomerangsaid at 1:56 PM on Tue Feb 20 2018
I honestly like John DiMaggio the most here. He has a really cool accent and he does sound like he's having fun in the role.

Greg Ellis also works pretty well in the role. Once again, he has a great accent and his performance is fantastic.

Dee Bradley Baker is also rather impressive in the role. He really has a great accent and his taunting attitude is pretty amusing.

Donal Gibson sounds pretty good. He has a good accent, but he lacks the energy of the previous three actors. Still, pretty good.

J. Shannon Weaver is quite decent.

James Patrick Stuart doesn't stand out for me. go to »
Zatannasaid at 1:49 PM on Tue Feb 20 2018
Kate Miccuci is alright, but not that memorable. go to »
Kath Souciesaid at 9:53 AM on Tue Feb 20 2018
Happy birthday, Kath Soucie!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Minx (Jem and the Holograms)
2) Arisia Rrab (Green Lantern: First Flight)
3) Kitty Pryde (Pryde of the X-Men)
4) Princess Sally Acorn (Sonic the Hedgehog)
5) Goldie Goldfinger (James Bond, Jr.)
6) Alex Wilde (Savage Dragon)
7) La Gata (Static Shock)
8) Professor Princess (Transformers Animated)
9) Joan Garrick (Young Justice)
10) Lola Bunny (Space Jam) go to »
Noelle Northsaid at 5:25 AM on Tue Feb 20 2018
Happy birthday, Noelle North!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Video (Jem and the Holograms)
2) Ohno (Mighty Orbots)
3) Rhonda (Pitfall!)
4) Kelly (The Thing)
5) Rowanne (The Legend of Prince Valiant) go to »
Wendee Leesaid at 5:19 AM on Tue Feb 20 2018
Happy birthday, Wendee Lee!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Linko (Street Fighter II V)
2) Lana Lazarenko (Superman: Red Son)
3) Lisa (Castlevania: Symphony of Night)
4) Succubus (Castlevania: Symphony of Night)
5) Lara (Superman: Red Son) go to »
Detective Harvey Bullocksaid at 6:13 PM on Mon Feb 19 2018
Keith Szarabajka and John DiMaggio are natural choices for Bullock, and they don't disappoint. go to »
Bob Cartersaid at 5:55 PM on Mon Feb 19 2018
Happy birthday, Bob Carter!!!

He's really enjoyable as Baraka, Balrog and Shao Kahn. go to »
Killer Mothsaid at 3:52 PM on Mon Feb 19 2018
Christopher Smith is my favorite here. I love his attitude and accent and he does seem to have fun at making Killer Moth a bumbling villain.

Corey Burton has a really awesome bug-like voice and he really is quite entertaining in the role.

Scott Menville does seem to be having fun hamming it up here. His performance really manages to crack me up.

Jeff Bennett also sounds pretty good. He makes Moth sound like a very amusing loser.

Phil LaMarr also delivers a good loser performance. A standout from DC Super Hero Girls.

Jason Spisak also does a good job in the role. I wish he had more material than that, though.

Thomas Haden Church and Marc Worden don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Wildcatsaid at 3:42 PM on Mon Feb 19 2018
R. Lee Ermey is really good as this stubborn old timer. It's great to hear him do something much calmer than what he usually does, while also retaining that authoritative attitude.

John DiMaggio also sounds pretty great. I really get a crack out of his performance.

Dennis Farina isn't bad, but he's kinda lacking compared to R. Lee and John.

Ken Webster is okay, but his delivery is kinda wonky. go to »
Batgirlsaid at 3:36 PM on Mon Feb 19 2018
Honestly, I think I like Rosario Dawson the most here. Yes, it's a very big departure from what you think Batgirl should be, but I think she works pretty well. She does have quite a bit of energy and she really seems to be having fun in the role.

Melissa Gilbert sounds pretty fitting as well. She sounds pretty tough and badass in the role and she does get quite a few fun lines at times.

Mary Kay Bergman is a good replacement for Melissa. If it weren't for the credits, I would have assumed it was still Melissa.

Tara Strong also works rather well in the role. She sounds pretty youthful and peppy in the role.

Melendy Britt has a very nice Yvonne Craig-esque delivery and I find her husky voice to be kinda soothing. She also does sound quite youthful.

Mae Whitman, Alyson Stoner, Danica McKellar, Kimberly Brooks and Ashley Greene also sound pretty good in the role.

Danielle Judovits, Kate Higgins, Sarah Hyland and Ashlyn Nicole Selich are okay, but they feel lacking compared to the previous actresses.

Jane Webb is quite possibly the weakest here unfortunately. I feel her delivery could be quite stiff at times. go to »
Riddlersaid at 6:48 PM on Sun Feb 18 2018
Brent Spiner is really good. He nails the Riddler's obsession with riddles and he does seem to be having fun in the role. Fourth place.

Robin Atkin Downes sounds pretty good for what the Telltale games were going for.

The UVA is just strange. go to »
Bizarrosaid at 12:33 PM on Sun Feb 18 2018
Patrick Seitz works really well. His delivery could have been more stilted, but he nails the backwards nature of the character. Fourth place. go to »
Patrick Fraleysaid at 12:27 PM on Sun Feb 18 2018
Happy birthday, Pat Fraley!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Krang (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Ace (G.I. Joe)
3) Casey Jones (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Airtight (G.I. Joe)
5) Burne Thompson (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
6) Wild Weasel (G.I. Joe)
7) Pyro (Pryde of the X-Men)
8) Major Ned Talbot (1982 The Incredible Hulk)
8) Bat-Mite (Batman: The Animated Series)
10) Baxter Stockman (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) go to »
Miss Martiansaid at 6:16 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
Definitely Danica. I feel she makes the character likeable and memorable. Cristina isn't on Danica's level, but I love her "Eep!!!". go to »
Hugo Strangesaid at 6:14 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
I like Jim Ward the most in here. He has a really nice accent and he does seem to be having fun in the role. I also love it whenever he says "Ze Evil Extrractorr". I dunno about you, but with that accent, he kinda reminds me of Eli Wallach's Mr. Freeze.

Ray Buktenica sounds pretty good as well. He has a great accent and his delivery is rather solid.

Corey Burton sounds pretty good, but I feel he's a bit too deep. When I look at Strange's design, I always imagine a lighter voice, and I feel Corey should have used his Brainiac voice with this accent (whereas with Brainiac, I feel he should have used his Strange voice without the accent).

Adrian Pasdar does sound pretty good as well. He does nail the psychologist aspect of the character and he does sound trustworthy, which makes him even more devious.

Richard Green also sounds pretty good. I love how hammy he sounds. I kinda wish he was a bit higher, but then again, he's imitating Frank Gorshin. However, I do think he's better than his predecessor.

Frank Gorshin, William Salyers and Brian George are the only ones who don't leave an impression on me. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 6:03 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
Scott Patterson is kinda meh. go to »
Brainiacsaid at 6:01 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
Fred Tatasciore sounds pretty awesome in the role. He nails Brainiac in his own way, and his deep voice is pretty fitting.

Armin Shimerman is kinda forgettable. go to »
Mr. Freezesaid at 5:52 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
Matthew Mercer is pretty good in the role. Tying him with Brown, DiMaggio, Szarabajka and Bauza. go to »
Solovarsaid at 5:50 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly liked Michael Rye the most in the role. His gruff, raspy voice combined with his authoritative delivery sound perfect for the fair ruler of Gorilla City, making him the complete opposite of Grodd.

Keith David does sound pretty good in the role, but I wish he was used better. Still, he's not bad.

Nick Jameson sounds quite regal and wise as well. And despite the lighter voice, he does sound like a fair ruler.

David Ogden Stiers sounds good, but the problem I have with his take is the same as Powers Boothe's Grodd, which is that there is not a beastly vibe to his voice. go to »
Garry Chalksaid at 3:33 AM on Sat Feb 17 2018
Happy birthday, Garry Chalk!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Metal-Head (1989 G.I. Joe)
2) Luca Brasi (The Godfather: The Game)
3) Grounder (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
4) Optimus Primal (Beast Wars Transformers)
5) General Blitz (Sgt. Savage and his Screaming Eagles)
6) Pathfinder (1989 G.I. Joe)
7) Lt. Stone (G.I. Joe Extreme)
8) Dhalsim (1995 Street Fighter)
9) Donkey Kong (Captain N: The Game Master)
10) Burke (1995 Street Fighter) go to »
Chris Jai Alexsaid at 11:38 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Happy birthday, Chris Jai Alex!!!

He was pretty good as Drift. go to »
LeVar Burtonsaid at 10:59 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Happy birthday, LeVar Burton!!!

He's quite enjoyable as Doc Greene, Hayden Sloane Black Lightning and War Machine. go to »
Catwomansaid at 10:54 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Huh, so it was Valerie Arem. Well, it still doesn't sound that great.

Cristina Pucelli and Jennifer Carpenter aren't anything special. go to »
Red Tornadosaid at 10:47 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Jason J. Lewis is my favorite here. He sounds quite robotic and amusing in the role and he has a cool voice to boot.

Jeff Bennett is almost the same as Jason. He has a cool voice and a great robotic delivery.

Corey Burton is really good as well. I honestly prefer him as Red Tornado than as Brainiac.

Maurice LaMarche is a bit more chipper compared to Jason, Jeff and Corey, but he does work rather well. His performance is actually pretty amusing.

Powers Boothe is okay, but it's a bit generic.

Joe Mandia and Iddo Goldberg sound kinda off to me. go to »
Poison Ivysaid at 10:37 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Kari Wuhrer is kinda unremarkable in the role. go to »
Penguinsaid at 10:33 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Maurice LaMarche sounds good. I wish he reprised the role. go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 10:15 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Anthony Head, like Duncan and Caine, is pretty good, but feels a bit off at some spots. go to »
Serge Houdesaid at 7:39 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Happy birthday, Serge Houde!!!

I really enjoyed his NPCs in the Godfather game. go to »
Harley Quinnsaid at 7:19 AM on Fri Feb 16 2018
Laura Post is pretty good. Not much else to say. go to »
Sinestrosaid at 12:00 PM on Thu Feb 15 2018
I really liked Jeff Winkless the most in the role. He sounds like a middle-ground between Don Messick and Vic Perrin. He sounds quite villainous and he does seem to be having fun.

Victor Garber is great at playing Sinestro as a misguided warrior and he is quite entertaining as well. He has some great chemistry with Christopher Meloni's Hal and he delivers his lines with conviction.

Don Messick also delivers a rather good performance. I really like how villainous and mischievious he sounds and out of the three classic VAs, he got the most to work with, but I still feel I like Jeff a bit more.

Darin De Paul has a really epic voice and I really can't get enough of his take. He just has a whole lotta presence and he seems to be enjoying himself. Also, is it just me, or does he sound a bit like Bill Martin's Claw???

Vic Perrin only played the character in the first four episodes of Challenge of the SuperFriends, and he doesn't do a half-bad job. In fact, I think it's rather solid. Too bad he got replaced afterwards.

I also liked Ted Levine, John de Lancie, Xander Berkeley, Marton Csokas, Ron Perlman, Troy Baker, Mark Hamill, Marc Worden and Tom Kenny in the role.

Miguel Ferrer, Jason Isaacs and Robert Kraft are not bad, but I honestly think they could have done better. go to »
Vixensaid at 11:30 AM on Thu Feb 15 2018
I like Jasika Nicole the most here. She sounds quite energetic, youthful and feisty in the role. Also, I kinda dig her lisp. Makes her sound even more unique.

Megalyn Echikunwoke sounded good in the Vixen cartoon, but she was better in Injustice. She sounded quite cool and sexy in the role.

Cree Summer also works well in the role. She sounds quite sexy and she has good chemistry with Kevin Michael Richardson's Bwana Beast.

Honestly, Gina Torres doesn't do much for me. Her delivery is kinda flat at times and she doesn't seem all into the role.

Kimberly Brooks is meh. go to »
Lobosaid at 11:14 AM on Thu Feb 15 2018
John DiMaggio is my favorite here. The Macho Man-esque voice and delivery is perfect for this loud, foul-mouthed bounty hunter and he really is tons of fun in the role. "'SUP, MAH BRODDAH?!"

David Sobolov did better in Injustice, where he really got to show Lobo's loud personality. He really is fun as the 'Main Man'.

Brad Garrett was the first to play Lobo, and it's one of the better performances in that show IMO, but there are times where his delivery could sound awkward. Still, he worked.

Tom Kenny works for the version he's playing, but eh, he's not that memorable. go to »
Banesaid at 11:08 AM on Thu Feb 15 2018
Jeff Bennett is pretty good and entertaining, but the accent is a bit corny. go to »
Robin / Tim Drakesaid at 5:55 PM on Wed Feb 14 2018
Mathew Valencia really is great as the Tim Drake Robin in his early days. He has a great youthful energy and he does seem to be having fun.

Eli Marienthal is a good replacement for Mathew. He sounds pretty cool-headed and friendly.

Shane Sweet sounds older than Mathew and Eli, but he does work pretty well too. He does have a really youthful sound to his voice and his delivery is solid.

Tom Austen also sounds pretty good. I really like his delivery and his voice is appropriately youthful.

Matthew Mercer is just as good as Tom. He sounds youthful and fits a more experienced Tim.

I also liked Scott Menville (I think he works more as Tim Drake than Dick Grayson), Cameron Bowen, Troy Baker, Wil Wheaton and Charlie Schlatter in the role.

Jonathan Roumie doesn't leave an impression on me.

Honorable mention: Daniel Marinker (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Cheetahsaid at 5:46 PM on Wed Feb 14 2018
I had fun with Marlene Aragon's take. She has a very cool feline sound to her voice and her performance is rather good. She also seemed to be enjoying every single minute of it.

Erica Lutrell also sounds pretty fun in the role. I really like her accent and she does have a really good rough attitude at times.

Morena Baccarin is really good as well. She sounds quite sultry yet she is also quite entertaining. Much better than her Black Canary IMO.

Cree Summer is a natural choice for the role and she doesn't disappoint. I actually get a crack out of her evil cackle.

Laura Bailey also sounds pretty cool. She sounds very sexy and alluring and once again, she does have fun.

Sheryl Lee Ralph, Adrienne Mischler, Claudia Black, Ashley Eckstein and Blaze Berdahl are the only ones that don't do it for me, but if I had to pick one of them, it would be Ashley, 'cause at least she's having fun. go to »
Steve Trevorsaid at 5:32 PM on Wed Feb 14 2018
I really like Darryl Hickman the most as Steve Trevor. He had a great tough guy attitude and he really sounded like an adventurer. I also liked his chemistry with B.J. Ward's Wonder Woman.

Nathan Fillion also sounds pretty good in the role. I dunno if I prefer him as Hal Jordan or Steve Trevor, 'cause he does a good job as both. But anyways, yeah, he does deliver a good performance.

Sean Donnellan has a great cocky and adventurous attitude and I really love how smug he sounds.

Josh Keaton actually sounds quite fitting in the role. It's really surprising, especially for DC Super Hero Girls.

Patrick Duffy also works pretty well. He doesn't sound as energetic as the previous performers, but he does sound pretty smug.

James Patrick Stuart, George Newbern and Tahmoh Penikett don't sound that remarkable. go to »
Fireflysaid at 5:19 PM on Wed Feb 14 2018
Mark Rolston is my favorite here. I really love how threatening he sounds in the role. Although more low-key, he does sound pretty insane, which is good. So yeah, I think this is a good example of Mark's work.

Crispin Freeman does a good job at amping the insanity to the max. He really seems to be having fun in the role and the effects really add to his performance.

Robin Atkin Downes does sound pretty cool in the role. Doesn't really sound like a maniac, but he does seem to have fun playing the role.

Jason Marsden does have a good cocky and taunting attitude. I wish he played the insanity angle a bit more, but he's still good.

Khary Payton actually does sound pretty good IMO. Wish he had more material, though.

Steve Blum is kinda generic. go to »
Amanda Wallersaid at 12:53 PM on Wed Feb 14 2018
CCH Pounder sounds pretty awesome in the role. She does have a very authoritative sound to her voice and despite her lighter voice, she does sound like someone who can scare the crap outta someone despite her appearance.

Cynthia Addai Robinson sounds pretty good for the Lego version. She has a pretty tough attitude and a really good authoritative tone.

Sheryl Lee Ralph sounds pretty cool as well, but I feel her delivery can be a bit wonky at times. Still, not bad.

Debra Wilson also does a good job in the role.

Debra Cole sounds pretty good in the role. I feel her delivery could use polishing, but she is on the right track.

Penny Johnson Jerald and Yvette Nicole Brown don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
King Sharksaid at 12:44 PM on Wed Feb 14 2018
David Hayter sounds extremely savage and feral with those effects. I really think it fits the design and I also like the underwater gargle sound they added to the effects.

John DiMaggio also sounds good. Not as savage as David, but really good still.

Kevin Michael Richardson is a good choice, but like Fred's Ares, it lacks a threatening edge. go to »
Burr Middletonsaid at 7:12 AM on Wed Feb 14 2018
Happy birthday, Burr Middleton!!!

He was really good as Captain Marvel, and his Billy Batson is pretty close to Frank Coghlan, Jr.'s take. go to »
TJ Stormsaid at 7:10 AM on Wed Feb 14 2018
Happy birthday, T.J. Storm!!!

He was really good as Craig Marduk and Strider Hiryu. go to »
Erin Torpeysaid at 6:33 AM on Wed Feb 14 2018
Happy birthday, Erin Torpey!!!

She was solid as Sue Storm/The Invisible Woman. go to »
Killer Frostsaid at 4:14 PM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Mena Suvari is really awesome and entertaining in the role. I really like how much energy she puts into the role and I really get a kick out of her take.

Jennifer Hale is also good in the role. Her raspy voice combined with her bad girl attitude really create something memorable.

Sarah Shahi is also great. I love how sexy and sultry she sounds in the role.

Nika Futterman sounds pretty good as well. She does seem to be having fun in the role and I really like her voice.

I feel Danica McKellar is pretty surprisingly good in the role. I love how she adds a bit of a mischievous attitude at times and the amount of energy she brings to the role is just great.

Vanessa Marshall does a good emulation of Sarah Shahi.

Christina J. Moore is a bit on the flat side. Definitely the weakest of the bunch. go to »
Star Sapphiresaid at 4:07 PM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Jessica Straus sounds pretty solid in the role. She sounds more like Carol Ferris being in control of Sapphire, but she still works well enough. She does have some good energy and she does sound pretty sexy.

Olivia d'Abo sounded better in the Lego Batman 3 game. Her Justice League performance is good, but I feel something's missing, while her Doom performance is kinda bland. However, her Lego performance is pretty entertaining and fitting at the same time.

Jennifer Hale is also pretty good in the role. She sounds quite angry and vengeful, which fits Star Sapphire in her early days.

Vicki Lewis sounds pretty epic and sexy in the role. I really wish she played the role again someday.

And Jessica DiCicco... she is funny, but she doesn't seem to fit the character. go to »
Katanasaid at 3:58 PM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Kelly Hu is my favorite here. Kelly is one of those actresses that rarely disappoints me and this is no exception. She really sounds tough and her accent is really good.

Out of the two BatB Katanas, I prefer Kim Mai Guest. She has a nice youthful sound and I like how she makes Katana sound pretty determined.

Vyvan Pham is also good, but I feel her delivery can get a bit on the flat side.

Sumalee Montano works better as Katana than Arcee. I still feel some of her line deliveries could fall a bit on the flat side, but she does work well in the role.

Stephanie Sheh sounds a bit too girly. I know she's playing a different version of the character, but it feels a bit generic to me. go to »
Lucius Foxsaid at 3:51 PM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Brock Peters really fits Lucius Fox perfectly. He has a nice intellectual sound to his voice and he really has a good fatherly and warm sound to his voice.

Mel Winkler sounds much better as Lucius than as Inspector Henderson. He does have a good intellectual sound to his voice and he does sound quite fatherly as well.

Dave Fennoy is another great choice for the role and he really doesn't disappoint. He sounds quite intellectual, fatherly and wise.

Kevin Michael Richardson also works rather well. He adds a really cool aged sound to his voice and he does sound pretty smart.

Phil LaMarr is really surprisingly good as well. He does sound pretty intellectual and he can be pretty amusing at times.

Kinda odd to hear Ernie Hudson play a fatherly mentor like Lucius Fox when I'm used to hearing him as Cyborg and Agent Fowler. But still, it's a really pleasant surprise and he does deliver a good performance like he always does.

Louis Gossett, Jr., Morgan Freeman, Leif Anders and E.J. Knight are the only ones who sound off to me. go to »
Aressaid at 3:33 PM on Tue Feb 13 2018
I really like J.G. Hertzler the most in here. He has a really authoritative sound to his voice and the effects really help the performance a lot, making him sound more booming and powerful.

Alfred Molina has a great authoritative delivery and he does sound pretty theatrical. I just love his take as much as J.G.'s.

Michael York also sounds pretty good, though a bit posh. Still, not bad.

Fred Tatasciore is a good choice, but he's a bit generic compared to the others. Honestly, his take doesn't feel threatening enough compared to the others. go to »
Kelly Husaid at 6:48 AM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Happy birthday, Kelly Hu!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) D'Vorah (Mortal Kombat X)
2) Karai (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Katana (Infinite Crisis)
4) Cheshire/Jade Nguyen (Young Justice)
5) Lady Shiva (Batman: Arkham Origins) go to »
Henry Rollinssaid at 6:13 AM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Happy birthday, Henry Rollins!!!

I really enjoyed him as Mad Stan, Robot Man and Bonk. go to »
JB Blancsaid at 5:05 AM on Tue Feb 13 2018
Happy birthday, J.B. Blanc!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) El Fuerte (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
2) Heimdall (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
3) Kerim Bey (007: From Russia With Love)
4) Trevor Slattery (Lego Marvel Avengers)
5) Wrecker (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
6) Titus (Ultimate Spider-Man)
7) The Other (Lego Marvel Avengers)
8) Ansel Ambrose (Transformers Rescue Bots)
9) Orion (Avengers Confidential: Black Widow and Punisher)
10) Deacon Frost (Blade Anime) go to »
Supergirlsaid at 1:11 PM on Mon Feb 12 2018
@EPA Deane I feel her delivery and her innocence is more similar to Helen's take. The voice is similar to Melissa, but everything else is closer to Helen's take. go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 12:19 PM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Honestly, I think Tara Strong is a much more improved version of Dana Delany's take. She doesn't sound as unfriendly as Dana does and she really is quite amusing in the role.

She's my new fourth place, right in-between Ginny and Louise. go to »
Supergirlsaid at 12:15 PM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Joanne Spracklen really sounds great as Supergirl. She has a really peppy, energetic attitude and she's also quite fun in the role.

I also liked Nicolle Tom's Helen Slater-esque take. She has a sort of innocent and earnest attitude which really made Supergirl quite likeable.

Camilla Luddington also sounds pretty good in the role. She has quite a bit of youthful energy and innocence.

Laura Bailey is a really good choice and she delivers the goods quite well. She does sound youthful and energetic as well as passionate.

Kari Wahlgren is tons of fun. I love her valley girl take.

The others don't leave a big impression on me.

Honorable mention: Liza Ross (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Deadshotsaid at 12:03 PM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Christian Slater is pretty awesome in the role. He has a really awesome voice and his delivery is fantastic. I also love that he's having fun in the role and he nails the character's cocky nature.

Chris Cox also sounds great. He has a really nice cocky attitude and some really good delivery.

Matthew Mercer also sounds good in the role. The effects added to his voice really help his performance, and he has a really cool cocky attitude.

Tom Kenny sounds surprisingly good. It's not every day he gets to play a badass, and he really does a good job with Deadshot.

Jim Meskimen does work in the role as well. He has a nice taunting attitude and he is quite entertaining.

Michael Rosenbaum and Neal McDonough just don't work for me. go to »
Felix Faustsaid at 11:55 AM on Mon Feb 12 2018
I really like the deeper voice of Peter Cullen here. It sounds so epic and mystical here. He really was fun in the episode and he really seemed to be having a blast, which can be seen with his interactions with Robert Morse's Penguin.

Jon Cryer actually works surprisingly well. I never thought he had it in him. He does sound mystical and yet, he seems to be having fun in the role.

Dee Bradley Baker does sound pretty good as well. He has a really nice untrusting and slimy sound, yet he does sound like a mystic.

Robert Englund's delivery is too rushed and odd for me. I'm really disappointed with his take.

Brian Jepson is the opposite of Englund. His delivery is slower, but I feel it's a bit too slow, making his performance feel awkward.

Enrico Colantoni is the weakest here. His voice and delivery is just all over the place. go to »
Annette Crosbiesaid at 8:11 AM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Happy birthday, Annette Crosbie!!!

She was really great as Galadriel. go to »
Tara Strongsaid at 5:37 AM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Happy birthday, Tara Strong!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Illyana Rasputin (1992 X-Men)
2) Hip and Hop Koopa (The Adventures of Super Mario Bros. 3)
3) X-23 (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)
4) Squirrel Girl (Marvel Heroes)
5) Harley Quinn (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
6) Dagger (Marvel Heroes)
7) Dr. Octopus/Serena Patel (Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions)
8) Harley Quinn (Justice League Action)
9) Raven (Injustice: Gods Among Us)
10) H.E.R.B.I.E. (The Super Hero Squad Show) go to »
Scott Menvillesaid at 5:24 AM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Happy birthday, Scott Menville!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Metamorpho (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
2) Spanky McFarland (The Little Rascals)
3) Crankshaw (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Bucky (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
5) Quicksilver (The Super Hero Squad Show) go to »
Michael Ironsidesaid at 5:17 AM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Ironside!!!

I really enjoyed him as Batman and Zanramon, and he has tons of potential as Ultra Magnus. go to »
Joseph Kearnssaid at 5:14 AM on Mon Feb 12 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Joseph Kearns!!!

A great performer that was taken too soon from us. I really enjoyed him as Jacob Marley in the 1949 broadcast of A Christmas Carol. go to »
Lee Tockarsaid at 4:09 AM on Sun Feb 11 2018
Happy birthday, Lee Tockar!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Half-Life (Hulk: The Video Game)
2) Jon Talbain (Darkstalkers)
3) Flux (Hulk: The Video Game)
4) Vile (Mega Man)
5) Wick (Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation)
6) Milo the Elf (Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer: The Movie)
7) Dingo (Sonic Underground)
8) Ravage (Beast Wars: Transformers)
9) Darth Maul (Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales)
10) Ram Horn (Beast Wars: Transformers) go to »
Cyclopssaid at 3:55 AM on Sun Feb 11 2018
@Shaun Ince Yeah, that's correct. go to »
Max Fergusonsaid at 4:04 AM on Sat Feb 10 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Max Ferguson!!!

He was really good as The Phantom and he was a solid early voice for the Hulk. go to »
Crispin Freemansaid at 4:49 AM on Fri Feb 9 2018
Happy birthday, Crispin Freeman!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Sawtooth (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Agent Venom (Marvel Heroes)
3) Guardian/Jim Harper (Young Justice)
4) Martian Manhunter (Justice League Action)
5) Firefly (Batman: Arkham Origins)
6) Dr. Manhattan (Watchmen: The End is Nigh)
7) Breakdown (Transformers: War for Cybertron)
8) Loki (Marvel Heroes)
9) Speedy/Red Arrow/Roy Harper (Young Justice)
10) Pyro (Marvel Heroes)
10) go to »
Josh Keatonsaid at 10:32 AM on Thu Feb 8 2018
Happy birthday, Josh Keaton!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Manhunters (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
2) Young Michael Stromwell (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Captain Marvel (Marvel Heroes)
4) Green Lantern/Hal Jordan (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
5) Jack Darby (Transformers Prime)
6) Hulkling (Lego Marvel Avengers)
7) Black-Spider (Young Justice)
8) Speed (Lego Marvel Avengers)
9) New Goblin/Harry Osborn (Spider-Man: Friend or Foe)
10) Aquaman (Infinite Crisis) go to »
Arif S. Kinchensaid at 7:33 AM on Wed Feb 7 2018
Happy birthday, Arif S. Kinchen!!!

Really enjoyed him as Jazz and Finn. go to »
Miguel Ferrersaid at 7:31 AM on Wed Feb 7 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Miguel Ferrer!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Vandal Savage (Young Justice)
2) Tarakudo (Jackie Chan Adventures)
3) Bibbo Bibbowski (Young Justice)
4) Deathstroke (Teen Titans: The Judas Contract)
5) Tribune (Young Justice) go to »
Dan Greensaid at 7:24 AM on Wed Feb 7 2018
Happy birthday, Dan Green!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Nilsen (Iron Man Extremis)
2) Storm the Albatross (Sonic Riders)
3) Vector the Crocodile (Mario and Sonic at the Olympic Games)
4) Lt. Stone (G.I. Joe: Sigma Six)
5) 80's Leonardo (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles Forever) go to »
Eddie Brackensaid at 7:18 AM on Wed Feb 7 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Eddie Bracken!!!

I really enjoyed the Eddie Bracken Show. His persona there was a well-meaning, but extremely clumsy guy who always muddled a situation while trying to fix it. go to »
Kevin Schonsaid at 7:14 AM on Wed Feb 7 2018
Happy birthday, Kevin Schon!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Wesley Knight (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Thrakhath (Wing Commander Academy)
3) Landor (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
4) Feral Boy (The Tick)
5) Major Talbot (1996 The Incredible Hulk) go to »
Brian Stepaneksaid at 5:09 PM on Tue Feb 6 2018
Happy birthday, Brian Stepanek!!!

I really enjoyed him as the Holographic Recordings from Rise of the Dark Spark, Blackout and Agent Simmons. go to »
Walker Edmistonsaid at 6:07 AM on Tue Feb 6 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Walker Edmiston!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Inferno (The Transformers)
2) Frankenstein Monster (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
3) Lord Gyconi (The Transformers)
4) Kingpin (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
5) Whizzer (1994 Spider-Man) go to »
David Haytersaid at 5:50 AM on Tue Feb 6 2018
Happy birthday, David Hayter!!!

He was really good as Winter Soldier, King Shark and he was a really solid Captain America. go to »
Darren Crisssaid at 5:22 PM on Mon Feb 5 2018
Happy birthday, Darren Criss!!!

He was pretty enjoyable as Sideswipe (despite the fact that he could get annoying at times). go to »
Janet Waldosaid at 4:38 AM on Sun Feb 4 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Janet Waldo!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Corliss Archer (Meet Corliss Archer)
2) Princess (Battle of the Planets)
3) Lady Dorma (1967 Fantastic Four)
4) Shanna the She-Devil (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
5) Hawkgirl (1980 SuperFriends)
6) Queen Zerona (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
7) Susan (Battle of the Planets)
8) Princess Perla (1967 Fantastic Four)
9) Lucy (Battle of the Planets)
10) Lana Lang (Filmation Superboy) go to »
Matthew Moysaid at 5:34 AM on Sat Feb 3 2018
Happy birthday, Matthew Moy!!!

He was a solid Firefly despite the young sounding voice. go to »
Michael T Weisssaid at 3:36 AM on Fri Feb 2 2018
Happy birthday, Michael T. Weiss!!!

Really enjoyed him as Captain Atom. go to »
Benny Rubinsaid at 3:33 AM on Fri Feb 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Benny Rubin!!!

Really enjoyed him as Flattop, Joe Jitsu, Pruneface and Sketch Paree in the Dick Tracy Show. go to »
Tony Jaysaid at 3:25 AM on Fri Feb 2 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Tony Jay!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Megavolt (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Overlord (The Savage Dragon)
3) Chairface Chippendale (The Tick)
4) Lord Dregg (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
5) Mindwarp (The Savage Dragon) go to »
DC Douglassaid at 3:15 AM on Fri Feb 2 2018
Happy birthday, D.C. Douglas!!!

I really enjoyed him as Chase, Albert Wesker, Raven and Eddy Gordo. go to »
Bill Mumysaid at 7:04 AM on Thu Feb 1 2018
Happy birthday, Bill Mumy!!!

He was great as Fox/Warren Lawford and Vigil. go to »
Hynden Walchsaid at 6:59 AM on Thu Feb 1 2018
Happy birthday, Hynden Walch!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Amy (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
2) Madame Rouge (Teen Titans)
3) Platinum (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
4) Blackfire (Teen Titans)
5) Princess Python (Avengers Assemble) go to »
Jonathan Bankssaid at 5:44 AM on Wed Jan 31 2018
Happy birthday, Jonathan Banks!!!

He made a good Commissioner Gordon. go to »
Jack Mercersaid at 5:40 AM on Wed Jan 31 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Jack Mercer!!!

He was just awesome as Popeye, always sounding like an adventurous sailor while also ad-libbing under-the-breath mutterings like a boss.

He was also great as Wimpy, Popeye's nephews and I also liked his roles in the Superman shorts go to »
Jessica D Stonesaid at 4:02 AM on Mon Jan 29 2018
Happy birthday, Jessica D. Stone!!!

I absolutely loved her as Makoto. go to »
Diane Delanosaid at 3:59 AM on Mon Jan 29 2018
Happy birthday, Diane Delano!!!

Really enjoyed her as Devastation and Big Barda. go to »
Marc Singersaid at 3:52 AM on Mon Jan 29 2018
Happy birthday, Marc Singer!!!

I really enjoyed him as Dr. Kirk Langstrom/Man-Bat. go to »
Cyclopssaid at 6:59 PM on Sun Jan 28 2018
@Shaun Ince Absolutely agree. The lack of identification of who played which character in the credits can really lead to that. go to »
Cyclopssaid at 5:52 PM on Sun Jan 28 2018
@Shaun Ince Yeah, well, I don't think Vic was ever in Marvel Super Heroes. Besides, the voice sounds too deep for Vic to pull off (the deepest he could go would have to be his Hawkman voice and his Control Voice from The Outer Limits).

As for Stan and Neil, well, watching the episode, I do hear some of Stan's other characters when I hear Cyclops' voice (and the fact that he also played Professor X in the same episode kinda gives it away). As for Neil, again, watching the Cyberiad episode, I hear more Springer (though younger sounding) than Captain America (George DiCenzo). go to »
Lynda Boydsaid at 2:57 PM on Sun Jan 28 2018
Happy birthday, Lynda Boyd!!!

Really enjoyed her as the Satin Hammer in the Street Fighter cartoon. go to »
Ty Olssonsaid at 3:52 AM on Sun Jan 28 2018
Happy birthday, Ty Olsson!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Drooly (Krypto the Superdog)
2) Killer Shrike (Iron Man: Armored Adventures)
3) Downshift (Transformers Energon)
4) Storm Shadow (G.I. Joe: Spy Troops)
5) Frank West (Dead Rising 4) go to »
Patton Oswaltsaid at 5:49 AM on Sat Jan 27 2018
Happy birthday Patton Oswalt!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Space Cabbie (Justice League Action)
2) Eldon Michaels (Batman Beyond)
3) Toymaker (The Batman)
4) Specs (Static Shock)
5) Marty Slack (The Batman) go to »
Susanne Blakesleesaid at 5:44 AM on Sat Jan 27 2018
Happy birthday, Susanne Blakeslee!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Sayd (Green Lantern: The Animated Series)
2) Madame Web (Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions)
3) Wanda (The Fairly OddParents)
4) Butterfly Queen (All Hail King Julien)
5) Mrs. Turner (The Fairly OddParents) go to »
Howard McNearsaid at 4:43 AM on Sat Jan 27 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Howard McNear!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Doc Charles Adams (Gunsmoke)
2) Ernie (Calvin and the Colonel)
3) John Motley (CBS Radio Workshop)
4) Alvin Peabody Cartwright (Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar)
5) Insurance Agent (Calvin and the Colonel) go to »
Paul Newmansaid at 9:25 AM on Fri Jan 26 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Paul Newman!!!

Really enjoyed his appearance on the Simpsons.

As for live-action roles, I always loved him as Reggie Dunlap in Slap Shot, quite possibly my favorite role from him. go to »
Julie Bennettsaid at 11:38 AM on Wed Jan 24 2018
Happy birthday, Julie Bennett!!!

I really enjoyed her as Wonder Girl, Boo and Aunt May.

I also liked her appearance as Sometimes Mabel in the 50's Superman TV show. go to »
Paul Reveresaid at 11:18 AM on Wed Jan 24 2018
Man... Sly kinda sounds more like Neil Ross' Rambo in here!!! 8O go to »
Michael Des Barressaid at 11:06 AM on Wed Jan 24 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Des Barres!!!

I'm really glad that he got a voiceover role last year.

He was truly great as Kano, Nostromos, Big Wheel/Jackson Weele and even though he still needs to polish it, he did a pretty good impression of John Vernon's Shao Kahn.

I also liked his live-action role of Murdoc in MacGyver. go to »
Transformerssaid at 11:01 AM on Wed Jan 24 2018
@Shaun Ince Yeah, some stories were pretty flawed, (although I do think the writing improved when season three came in despite some awful episodes like Call of the Primitives and the Return of Optimus Prime two-parter) but the voice performances were always top-notch.

My favorite performers in this show were always Christopher Collins, Dick Gautier, Johnny Haymer, Aron Kincaid, Ed Gilbert, Roger C. Carmel, Roger Behr, Terry McGovern, Steve Bulen and Regis Cordic.

Chris' Starscream and Dick's Rodimus and Hot Rod in particular are quite possibly my favorite performances in this show. go to »
Phil LaMarrsaid at 4:42 AM on Wed Jan 24 2018
Happy birthday, Phil LaMarr!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Static/Virgil Hawkins (Static Shock)
2) Green Lantern/John Stewart (Justice League)
3) Bail Organa (Star Wars Rebels)
4) Kit Fisto (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
5) Dubbilex (Young Justice)
6) Wonder Man (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
7) Green Beetle (Young Justice)
8) Spin Drive/Tracy McGrady (Static Shock)
9) S.T.R.I.P.E. (Justice League Unlimited)
10) Oil Slick (Transformers Animated) go to »
Mark Hildrethsaid at 4:13 AM on Wed Jan 24 2018
Happy birthday, Mark Hildreth!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Scowl (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Hi-Tech (G.I. Joe: Spy Troops)
3) Red King (Planet Hulk)
4) Caz (The New Adventures of He-Man)
5) Deathlok (Hulk and the Agents of SMASH) go to »
Tony Danielssaid at 6:05 AM on Tue Jan 23 2018
Happy, birthday, Tony Daniels!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Tiger Shark (The Avengers: United They Stand)
2) Narration (Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter)
3) Gambit (X-Men)
4) Hawkeye (The Avengers: United They Stand)
5) Wolverine (X-Men: Mutant Academy 2) go to »
Gil Gerardsaid at 4:06 AM on Tue Jan 23 2018
Happy birthday, Gil Gerard!!!

I kinda wish he would get another chance to play Megatronus, but without effects. go to »
Arlene Golonkasaid at 4:00 AM on Tue Jan 23 2018
Happy birthday, Arlene Golonka!!!

Really enjoyed her as Queenie and Sarah Simms in the Super Powers Team cartoon. go to »
John Wesley Shippsaid at 4:20 AM on Mon Jan 22 2018
Happy birthday, John Wesley Shipp!!!

He's really enjoyable as Professor Zoom and I really wish he could reprise the Flash someday. go to »
Michael Kopsasaid at 4:17 AM on Mon Jan 22 2018
Happy birthday, Michael Kopsa!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Barzini (The Godfather: The Game)
2) Lavin Skee (Planet Hulk)
3) Beast (X-Men Evolution)
4) Controller (Iron Man: Armored Adventures)
5) Pharaoh Man (Mega Man NT Warrior) go to »
Olivia d'Abosaid at 4:09 AM on Mon Jan 22 2018
Happy birthday, Olivia d'Abo!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Sonya Blade (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Star Sapphire/Carol Ferris (Green Lantern: First Flight)
3) Luminara Unduli (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
4) Elasti-Girl (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
5) Gaslight Catwoman (Infinite Crisis) go to »
John Hurtsaid at 4:03 AM on Mon Jan 22 2018
Happy birthday and RIP John Hurt!!!

A real acting legend. I really enjoyed him as Aragorn. go to »
Perceptorsaid at 12:42 PM on Sun Jan 21 2018
Paul Eiding is really great at making Perceptor a humble intellectual. His C-3PO-esque performance really is quite memorable and he surely has fun in the role.

Jim Ward also fits the role pretty well. He really sounds intelligent and smart. He kinda lacks the humility that Paul gave the character, but considering the nature of the High Moon games, I'll give it a pass.

Wil Wheaton is also good, but there are times where I feel he made him sound too wimpy and cowardly.

MacInTalk just doesn't work in the role. go to »
Devastatorsaid at 12:31 PM on Sun Jan 21 2018
I really think Arthur Burghardt is the best here. He has a really awesome deep voice and he does sound imposing, fitting for the very first Decepticon combiner.

Dave Boat has a lighter voice, but he still does sound quite imposing. A good replacement for Arthur.

Rob Dyke does sound like he's having fun in the role.

Patrick Seitz sounds a bit too unnatural at times. go to »
Metroplexsaid at 12:23 PM on Sun Jan 21 2018
I really think that Metroplex should have an aggressive, violent sound compared to Fort Max's steady yet commanding and imposing sound, and Bud Davis sounds exactly like that. His gruff voice combined with his powerful delivery really fits Metroplex like a glove.

I'm really pleasantly surprised with Nolan North. His voice does sound pretty fitting for a citybot, but I feel he should sound much more aggressive than this.

Ron Halder works perfectly for the Cybertron version, sounding like a very jolly good fellow.

Fred Tatasciore would fit Fort Max better.

Michael Green sounds pretty flat and monotone.

Rik Thomas leaves little impression on me. go to »
Fortress Maximussaid at 12:15 PM on Sun Jan 21 2018
Honestly, despite only getting one line, Steve Keener is really memorable. His deep, booming voice does fit this large powerhouse of a citybot perfectly, and his delivery makes him sound more threatening and deadly.

Steve Blum does sound cool, but he's pretty inconsistent in the role. Plus, he doesn't sound as powerful as Keener.

Michael Dorn is pretty much a great choice, but I'm pretty disappointed with his take. He lacks the commanding presence that Fort Max should have, which is a shame, 'cause Michael can sound commanding. go to »
Computronsaid at 12:06 PM on Sun Jan 21 2018
Bert Kramer hands down. He has a cool factual sound to his delivery and his voice is really unique. It's the perfect combination of intelligence and style. Just like Christopher Collins' Starscream, Tony Pope's Wreck-Gar and Dick Gautier's Hot Rod/Rodimus, I feel no one will ever be able to surpass Bert's Computron.

MatPat has the factual delivery, but the voice and effects just don't sound cool at all.

Ricky Hayberg has the same problems as MatPat.

Strings Kozisek is unremarkable and buried under effects. go to »
The Fallensaid at 11:58 AM on Sun Jan 21 2018
Honestly, they all fall short of my expectations. My ideal voice for the character is John Vernon. I think his Shao Kahn has the right amount of gravitas and the ancient sound that's needed for a character like Megatronus, yet also having a sort of aggressiveness in the role.

Gil Gerard is quite possibly the closest to my ideal voice, but he still isn't perfect. The effects really affect his performance in a bad way, making his delivery sound slower.

Mark Hamill does sound quite threatening, but honestly, I really feel that he would fit Mindwipe much more than Megatronus. The slow delivery makes me think more of a sinister hypnotist instead of the very first Decepticon. Plus, he's too subdued for my taste.

James Arnold Taylor does sound pretty threatening, but I feel he would fit a combiner like Devastator a lot better with this voice.

Tony Todd really doesn't leave a big impression on me. His performance is really lacking and like Mark, he's just too subdued for my taste. go to »
Ravagesaid at 11:34 AM on Sun Jan 21 2018
I honestly prefer Frank Welker here. He is exactly how I imagine Ravage to sound like in the Marvel Comics and his roars are really great.

Lee Tockar works, but I feel the effects make him sound a bit too deep for my taste.

Martin Roach is a bit unremarkable. go to »
Long Haulsaid at 11:29 AM on Sun Jan 21 2018
I really like Gregg Berger a lot here. He nails Long Haul's complaining nature and he really plays off well with the other Constructicon performers.

Frank Todaro also nails the personality, but he really needs more material and better effects.

Neil Kaplan has a very awesome voice and he really seems to be having fun. I just wish he reprised the role. go to »
Victorionsaid at 10:50 AM on Sun Jan 21 2018
I prefer Kari. She's closer to how I imagine Victorion to sound like and her delivery is pretty solid. Anna does nail the anger and impulsiveness, but some of her delivery fell a bit on the flat side. go to »
Matt Willigsaid at 8:23 AM on Sun Jan 21 2018
Happy birthday, Matt Willig!!!

Like Dick Butkus and Lyle Alzado, he's another football player who became an actor.

I really think he did great as the Juggernaut. go to »
Heron Carvicsaid at 7:01 AM on Sun Jan 21 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Heron Carvic!!!

He was great as Gandalf in the 1968 BBC radio adaptation of the Hobbit. go to »
Omar Sysaid at 5:58 PM on Sat Jan 20 2018
Happy birthday, Omar Sy!!!

I wasn't big on the idea of a French Hot Rod at first, but Omar delivered a fine and witty performance, making me like this version of the character just as much as Dick Gautier's rendition. go to »
Dave Fennoysaid at 10:43 AM on Sat Jan 20 2018
Happy birthday, Dave Fennoy!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Overload (2015 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Pong Krell (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
3) Blade/Eric Brooks (Marvel Heroes)
4) Korath (Guardians of the Galaxy)
5) Azam (Street Fighter V)
6) Warpath (Transformers: Dark of the Moon game)
7) Nick Fury (2005 Ultimate Spider-Man)
8) Lando Calrissian (Star Wars: X-Wing Alliance)
9) Lucius Fox (Batman: The Telltale Series)
10) Black Panther/T'Chaka (Ultimate Avengers 2) go to »
Reno Wilsonsaid at 10:33 AM on Sat Jan 20 2018
Happy birthday, Reno Wilson!!!

He does get to play quite a variety of characters in the live-action Transformers flicks, with my favorite being Mohawk. Despite his brief time, the character really left a big impression on me.

"Man, ah wunna kill yo raght naoh!!! But ahmma kill yo later!!!" XD go to »
Taliesin Jaffesaid at 1:46 PM on Fri Jan 19 2018
Happy birthday, Taliesin Jaffe!!!

I really enjoyed him as Adon and The Flash. go to »
Stephen Wolfe Smithsaid at 12:41 PM on Fri Jan 19 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Stephen Wolfe Smith!!!

He was pretty enjoyable as Klarion and it's sad that he passed away so soon. go to »
Matt Hillsaid at 4:46 AM on Fri Jan 19 2018
Happy birthday, Matt Hill!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Captain N/Kevin Keene (Captain N: The Game Master)
2) Max (Sonic Underground)
3) Griff (Krypto the Superdog)
4) Bass (Mega Man NT Warrior)
5) Ed (Ed, Edd 'n Eddy) go to »
Johnny Haymersaid at 4:42 AM on Fri Jan 19 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Johnny Haymer!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Swindle (The Transformers)
2) Charles Fairmont (G.I. Joe)
3) Highbrow (The Transformers)
4) Skelton (Spider-Man and his Amazing Friends)
5) Vortex (The Transformers) go to »
Jamie Alcroftsaid at 3:53 AM on Thu Jan 18 2018
Happy birthday, Jamie Alcroft!!!

He was pretty enjoyable as Wheeljack in the Dark of the Moon game. go to »
Danny Kayesaid at 3:51 AM on Thu Jan 18 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Danny Kaye!!!

I've heard quite a bit of his radio program and it's quite a fun show.

I also enjoyed him as Seymour S. Sassafrass, Antoine and Colonel Wellington B. Bunny. go to »
Detective Harvey Bullocksaid at 4:47 PM on Wed Jan 17 2018
Robert Costanzo did a fantastic job bringing this gruff, loudmouthed cop come to life. He really sounded grumpy, yet he also managed to make Bullock likeable at the right times. A standout of the 90's Batman cartoon.

Donal Logue works for a younger Bullock. The delivery could use a little polishing here and there, but all the right elements are there.

Robin Atkin Downes is quite surprising in the role. He has a really good voice and a pretty good accent. Honestly, I never expected Robin to pull it off and yet, he manages to fit perfectly.

Grumpy tough guys are Fred Tatasciore's forte, so he's pretty much a good fit for Bullock. Yeah, it's nothing new from Fred, but he doesn't disappoint either. He has the gruffness as well as the attitude.

Dean Wein does work well in the role, but I feel he would be a better fit for Commissioner Gordon.

Edwin Neal is okay, but his voice and accent are all over the place. go to »
Clayfacesaid at 4:05 PM on Wed Jan 17 2018
This is definitely one of Ron Perlman's best roles. His tragic performance really made me feel for the character and he does seem to be having fun at the right times.

Kate Micucci may not work for a standard version of the character, but I do think she works for the Lego version. I think the little dumb kid voice is kinda enjoyable.

Len Weinrib works rather well in the role too. He has a great raspy yet whispery voice and he does seem to be having fun in the role.

Rick D. Wasserman works for the Arkham version. The voice is a bit deep, but Rick's overall performance is what sells it for me, still managing to sound quite theatrical at times.

Lou Scheimer does something similar to Weinrib, using a gruff yet whispery voice. Not as effective as Len's take, but it does work.

Nolan North, Dave B. Mitchell and Kevin Michael Richardson also sound great in the role. Nolan delivers a great monstrous take, Dave mixes the theatrical aspects with an enjoyable New York-type voice and Kevin is a neat callback to Ron's take.

Steve Harris, Wallace Langham and Benjamin Jansen don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Freddy Rodriguezsaid at 7:20 AM on Wed Jan 17 2018
Happy birthday, Freddy Rodriguez!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Eduardo "Ed" Dorado, Jr. (Young Justice)
2) Fade (Static Shock)
3) Mas y Menos (Teen Titans)
4) Tech (Static Shock)
5) Spider-Man 2099 (Ultimate Spider-Man) go to »
James Earl Jonessaid at 7:17 AM on Wed Jan 17 2018
Happy birthday, James Earl Jones!!!

He was really great as Darth Vader, and I was surprised to hear him as the Pharaoh in The Greatest Adventure: Stories from the Bible. go to »
Tracey Mooresaid at 5:08 AM on Tue Jan 16 2018
Happy birthday, Tracey Moore!!!

She was good as Princess Toadstool and Emma Frost/The White Queen. go to »
Peter Luriesaid at 5:05 AM on Tue Jan 16 2018
Happy birthday, Peter Lurie!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Slapper (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Leatherhead (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Sabretooth (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Dr. Sadler (Street Fighter Alpha)
5) Holocaust (X-Men Legends 2: Rise of Apocalypse)
6) Hulk (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance)
7) Green Goblin (2005 Ultimate Spider-Man)
8) Bullseye (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance)
9) Juggernaut (Black Panther)
10) Skurge (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance) go to »
Peter Luriesaid at 5:04 AM on Tue Jan 16 2018
Happy birthday, Peter Lurie!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Slapper (2001 Transformers: Robots in Disguise)
2) Leatherhead (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Sabretooth (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Dr. Sadler (Street Fighter Alpha)
5) Holocaust (X-Men Legends 2: Rise of Apocalypse)
6) Hulk (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance)
7) Green Goblin (2005 Ultimate Spider-Man)
8) Bullseye (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance)
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10) Skurge (Marvel go to »
Dameon Clarkesaid at 4:50 AM on Tue Jan 16 2018
Happy birthday, Dameon Clarke!!!

My favorite roles drom him are:

1) Nathan Spencer (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)
2) Rolento (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
3) Handsome Jack (Borderlands 2)
4) Cell (Dragon Ball Z)
5) Scar (Fullmetal Alchemist) go to »
Michael Patakisaid at 4:42 AM on Tue Jan 16 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Michael Pataki!!!

A wonderful character actor. He really did a fantastic job as the Sewer King. go to »
Dove Cameronsaid at 8:44 AM on Mon Jan 15 2018
@Abdullab Hooboi!!! Now that's awesome. go to »
Dove Cameronsaid at 6:29 AM on Mon Jan 15 2018
Happy birthday, Dove Cameron!!!

She was really great as Gwen Stacy and I honestly hope she can play the role again someday. She also made me giggle with that deeper voice she gave the Female Police Officer that appeared in that episode as well. go to »
Wayne Lewissaid at 6:25 AM on Mon Jan 15 2018
Happy birthday, Wankus!!!

He really was pretty enjoyable as Prowl. go to »
Richard Mollsaid at 3:37 AM on Sat Jan 13 2018
Happy birthday, Richard Moll!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Abomination (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
2) Two-Face (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) The Scorpion (1994 Spider-Man)
4) Computer (Batman: The Animated Series)
5) Vorn the Unspeakable (Freakazoid) go to »
Chris Wigginssaid at 3:33 AM on Sat Jan 13 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Chris Wiggins!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Mysterio (Spider-Man)
2) Byrrah (The Marvel Super Heroes)
3) R. Lee Clivendon (Spider-Man)
4) Infinata (Spider-Man)
5) Blackwell the Magician (Spider-Man) go to »
Long John Baldrysaid at 4:16 AM on Fri Jan 12 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Long John Baldry!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Dr. Robotnik (Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog)
2) King Charles (Captain N: The Game Master)
3) Balthazar (2003 Ben-Hur)
4) Little John (Captain N: The Game Master)
5) Great Heep (The Great Heep) go to »
Sara Bernersaid at 4:03 AM on Fri Jan 12 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Sara Berner!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Mabel Flapsaddle (The Jack Benny Program)
2) Jerry (Tom and Jerry)
3) Gladys Zybysko (The Jack Benny Program)
4) Laurie Be Cool (Merrie Melodies)
5) Girl Cat (Tom and Jerry) go to »
Jemaine Clementsaid at 4:32 AM on Wed Jan 10 2018
Happy birthday, Jemaine Clement!!!

He was pretty fun as Sauron in the Lego Batman movie. go to »
Sarah Shahisaid at 4:30 AM on Wed Jan 10 2018
Happy birthday, Sarah Shahi!!!

She was pretty enjoyable as Killer Frost. go to »
Ryan Drummondsaid at 4:21 AM on Wed Jan 10 2018
Happy birthday, Ryan Drummond!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Bill Bardi (The Godfather II)
2) Metal Sonic (Sonic Heroes)
3) Lewis Calvacanti (The Godfather II)
4) Rick O'Connell (The Mummy: The Video Game)
5) Knuckles the Echidna (Sonic Shuffle) go to »
Lally Cadeausaid at 4:16 AM on Wed Jan 10 2018
Happy birthday, Lally Cadeau!!!

She was really great as Moira MacTaggert. go to »
Alec Willowssaid at 3:15 PM on Tue Jan 9 2018
Happy birthday, Alec Willows!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Tarantulas (Transformers: Beast Wars)
2) Falkenar (Conan the Adventurer)
3) Prancer (Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer: The Movie)
4) Tabaqui (Adventures of Mowgli)
5) Doggle (Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer: The Movie) go to »
JK Simmonssaid at 5:07 AM on Tue Jan 9 2018
Happy birthday, J.K. Simmons!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) J. Jonah Jameson (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
2) Evil Star (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
3) J. Joanna Jameson (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Tenzin (The Legend of Korra)
5) J.Jonah Jamesaurus (Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.) go to »
Flash / Wally Westsaid at 4:45 AM on Mon Jan 8 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like Michael Rosenbaum the most here. He really has quite a lot of energy and it's quite possibly one of the more fun performances in the DCAU Justice League cartoons.

Chris Edgerly also has quite a lot of energy and it does sound like he's having fun in the role.

Charlie Schlatter is a good casting choice, but man, they really amped up the jerk factor in that cartoon. Yeah, not really big on it.

Josh Keaton, again, good casting choice, but I really think that he needs another crack at the role.

David Menken is a little bit unremarkable and his delivery can get kinda stiff at times. go to »
Scott Whytesaid at 4:07 AM on Mon Jan 8 2018
Happy birthday, Scott Whyte!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Starscream (Transformers: Devastation)
2) Hardshell (Transformers: Rise of the Dark Spark)
3) Skywarp (Transformers: Devastation)
4) Jazz (Transformers: War for Cybertron)
5) Rumble (Transformers Devastation) go to »
Larry Storchsaid at 3:58 AM on Mon Jan 8 2018
Happy birthday, Larry Storch!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Marlon (The Brady Kids)
2) Amos (Journey Back to Oz)
3) The Joker (Batman with Robin the Boy Wonder)
4) Talking Weight Machine (The Pink Panther)
5) Commissioner (The Inspector) go to »
Jarion Monroesaid at 4:17 AM on Sun Jan 7 2018
Happy birthday Jarion Monroe!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Cuneo (The Godfather: The Game)
2) The King of the Dead (The Return of the King)
3) Bob Zellerbach (Batman: The Telltale Series)
4) Captain Sarkli (Star Wars: The Force Unleashed II)
5) Caterpillar (American McGee's Alice) go to »
Johnny Yong Boschsaid at 4:19 AM on Sat Jan 6 2018
Happy birthday, Johnny Yong Bosch!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Yang (Ultra Street Fighter IV)
2) Zero (Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3)
3) Kung Jin (Mortal Kombat X)
4) Bal'Dinn (Guardians of the Galaxy: The Telltale Series)
5) Iron Fist (Marvel Heroes) go to »
Spider-Man (1981)said at 4:33 PM on Fri Jan 5 2018
@Superpan21 Yeah, it is. I just wish the direction was better.

I always felt Spider-Friends had the better casting choices and direction. go to »
Ralph Jamessaid at 12:44 PM on Fri Jan 5 2018
@Superpan21 IMDb can be wrong at times.

Also, I've been rewatching InHumanoids recently, and the narrator sounds a lot like 1981 solo Dr. Doom!!! And Brad Crandall is credited in that show. go to »
Jason Millersaid at 8:19 AM on Fri Jan 5 2018
Happy birthday, J.C. Miller!!!

My favorite roles from him are

1) Thrax (2009 Wonder Woman)
2) Doll Boy (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
3) Robert Kendo (Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles)
4) Black Condor (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
5) Guy (Street Fighter IV) go to »
Clancy Brownsaid at 4:09 AM on Fri Jan 5 2018
Happy birthday Clancy Brown!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Raiden (Mortal Kombat: Defenders of the Realm)
2) Ratso (Jackie Chan Adventures)
3) Silas (Transformers Prime)
4) Captain Black (Jackie Chan Adventures)
5) Sasquatch (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
6) Savage Opress (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
7) Parallax (Green Lantern)
8) Dogpound (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
9) King Faraday (Young Justice)
10) General Immortus (Doom Patrol) go to »
Pac-Mansaid at 4:03 AM on Fri Jan 5 2018
VC thoughts update

I honestly prefer Debi Derryberry in this role. She has a pretty adorable energetic delivery which I really think fits really well.

Marty Ingels is classic and he does seem to be having fun in the role. I really like his gruff voice and he has quite a bit of energy.

Martin T. Sherman has a fitting voice, but his delivery could sound pretty flat at times.

Erin Mathews sounds a little bit weird.

Erica Mendez is meh. go to »
Julian Sandssaid at 8:42 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday, Julian Sands!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Valmont (Jackie Chan Adventures)
2) Q (BBC 4 James Bond radio dramas)
3) Kreed (The Real Adventures of Johnny Quest)
4) DeFalco (Call of Duty: Black Ops II)
5) Penicillin G (Ozzy & Drix) go to »
Matt Frewersaid at 8:37 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday Matt Frewer!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Sidney (Batman: The Animated Series)
2) The Leader (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
3) Bishop (2017 Castlevania)
4) Dr. Wally Pretorius (Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series)
5) The Pink Panther (1993 The Pink Panther) go to »
Jesse Whitesaid at 7:19 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Jesse White!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) King Ferdinand (Stan Freberg's The United States of America)
2) Real Estate Agent (Stan Freberg's The United States of America)
3) Sgt. Thomas (Calvin and the Colonel)
4) Inspector Gadget (Inspector Gadget)
5) Chesty (Pandamonium) go to »
Greg Cipessaid at 3:51 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday Greg Cipes!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Doombots (Ulimate Spider-Man)
2) Michelangelo (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
3) Iron Fist (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Shocker (Lego Marvel Super Heroes)
5) Zatt (Star Wars: The Clone Wars) go to »
Sorrell Bookesaid at 3:45 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Sorrell Booke!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Boss Hogg (The Dukes)
2) Pinky (Rock-A-Doodle)
3) Big Daddy Boo (Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation)
4) The Mayor (1985 Pound Puppies)
5) Mountain Bear (Yogi and the Invasion of the Space Bears) go to »
Sterling Hollowaysaid at 3:41 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday and RIP Sterling Holloway!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Winnie the Pooh (The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh)
2) Cheshire Cat (1951 Alice in Wonderland)
3) Mr. Stork (Dumbo)
4) Kaa (1967 The Jungle Book)
5) Narrator (Make Mine Music) go to »
Graham McTavishsaid at 3:36 AM on Thu Jan 4 2018
Happy birthday Graham McTavish!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Savanti Romero (2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
2) Loki (Hulk Vs.)
3) Dracula (2017 Castlevania)
4) Thundercracker (Transformers: War for Cybertron)
5) Sebastian Shaw (Wolverine and the X-Men) go to »
Danica McKellarsaid at 7:11 AM on Wed Jan 3 2018
Happy birthday Danica McKellar!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) Miss Martian/Megan Morse (Young Justice)
2) Hayley (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
3) Sister Leia (G.I. Joe Renegades)
4) Tuppence Terror (Young Justice)
5) Frieda Goren (Static Shock)
6) Marie Logan/Megan Wheeler (Young Justice)
7) Killer Frost (DC Super Hero Girls)
8) Jubilee (X-Men Legends)
9) Invisible Woman/Sue Richards (Marvel: Ultimate Alliance)
10) Batgirl/Barbara Gordon (Young Justice: Legacy) go to »
Jason Marsdensaid at 4:46 AM on Wed Jan 3 2018
Happy birthday Jason Marsden!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Salvage (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
2) Spunky Spencer (Batman: The Animated Series)
3) Steel Spider (Ultimate Spider-Man)
4) Gear/Richie Foley (Static Shock)
5) Impulse/Bart Allen (Young Justice)
6) Kade Burns (Transformers: Rescue Bots)
7) Donnie (Batman Beyond)
8) Duke (G.I. Joe Renegades)
9) The Atom/Ray Palmer (Young Justice)
10) Speedy (Batman: The Brave and the Bold) go to »
Hal Raylesaid at 4:34 AM on Wed Jan 3 2018
Happy birthday Hal Rayle!!!

My favorite roles from him are:

1) Shrapnel (The Transformers)
2) Deep Six (G.I. Joe)
3) Snarl (The Transformers)
4) The Tin Man (1990 Wizard of Oz)
5) Pipes (The Transformers) go to »
Ellen Kennedysaid at 12:02 PM on Tue Jan 2 2018
Happy birthday, Ellen Kennedy!!!

1) Brainy Barker (Krypto the Superdog)
2) Destiny (X-Men Evolution)
3) Misha (Transformers Energon)
4) Princess Snake (Dragon Ball Z)
5) Judge Marion Oldengray (The Christmas Orange) go to »
Jennifer Halesaid at 11:03 AM on Mon Jan 1 2018
Happy birthday, Jennifer Hale!!!

My favorite roles from her are:

1) She-Dragon (The Savage Dragon)
2) Black Cat/Felicia Hardy (1994 Spider-Man)
3) Miss Allure (1996 The Incredible Hulk)
4) Silver Sable (Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions)
5) Aayla Secura (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
6) Sharon Carter (Lego Marvel Avengers)
7) Ice (Batman: The Brave and the Bold)
8) Songbird/Screaming Mimi (Avengers Assemble)
9) Boom Boom (Wolverine and the X-Men)
10) Emerald Empress (Legion of Super Heroes) go to »
Spider Man 2099said at 5:48 AM on Mon Jan 1 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like Dan Gilvezan the most in the role. He has a nice sense of humor and he really seems to be having fun in the role.

Freddy Rodriguez really fits the role pretty nicely as well. He has a nice aggressive sound on his voice.

Yuri Lowenthal also works in the role.

As much as I like Christopher Daniel Barnes as standard Spidey and Noir Spidey, I'm really not big on his 2099 Spidey. I would have preferred if they had brought Dan back. go to »
Green Goblin (Harry Osborn)said at 5:35 AM on Mon Jan 1 2018
VC thoughts update

I really like Gary Imhoff the most in this role. I feel his delivery kinda makes the performance more entertaining and he really seems to be having fun in the role.

Josh Keaton... once again, he is much better as Harry than as Spider-Man. He does seem to have lots of fun in the role and he also makes Goblin Harry pretty likeable.

Nolan North is pretty good too. He really brings the fun he always brings into most of his performances.

James Franco is kinda flat.

Kevin Dorman's delivery is kinda awkward at times. His laugh doesn't sound that great either. go to »
Metlarsaid at 1:49 PM on Sun Dec 31 2017
Dude fell in love with the Statue of Liberty once!!! :P

Too bad Miss Liberty's nagging was too much for ol' Metlar. go to »
Count Dookusaid at 9:56 AM on Sun Dec 31 2017
VC thoughts update

Christopher Lee really does a good job as Count Dooku. I feel he was one of the better things about the Prequel Trilogy and he makes the transition to voiceover pretty well.

I kinda prefer Corey Burton's deeper take in the 2008 Clone Wars cartoon, but he still sounds good in the 2003 cartoon. He does have a very nice aged sound to his voice.

Jeff Bennett is also good.

Michael Donovan is pretty good. Kinda funny that this is basically his Demitri without the Romanian accent. I guess that's why I like his take a lot, since I do have a big soft spot for his Demitri. And he gets a lot of funny lines too. So yeah, he fits the Lego version perfectly. go to »
Tarkinsaid at 9:38 AM on Sun Dec 31 2017
VC thoughts update

I really liked Keene Curtis' take in the NPR Star Wars radio drama. He did a good job in keeping the essence of Peter Cushing while making the character his own.

Out of the two actors here, Stephen Stanton does the best job. Like Keene, he keeps the essence of Cushing, but he also makes the role his own.

Guy Henry did a good job in Rogue One as well.

Nick Jameson is closer to Cushing, but I don't think he is as memorable as the others. Still, not bad go to »
Quicksilversaid at 5:31 AM on Sun Dec 31 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Paul Haddad the most here. I feel he nails the anger and impulsiveness that Quicksilver should have and he has some solid delivery.

Len Carlson holds up surprisingly well. He nails the impulsiveness and has quite a good amount of energy in the role.

Richard Ian Cox's speedy delivery and energy is really great. His performance is really enjoyable and he does seem to be having fun.

Mark Hildreth is pretty solid in the role. I kinda wish he was less cool-headed, but he still does a solid job.

Scott Menville works pretty well for SHS Quicksilver.

The others also do good jobs. go to »
Jacob Marleysaid at 6:24 PM on Sat Dec 30 2017
@Garrettk41 Yep, he did. go to »
Joseph Bolognasaid at 8:13 AM on Sat Dec 30 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Joseph Bologna!!!

Honestly, he was one of the higher points of the DCAU Superman cartoon for me. His Inspector Turpin really was the best character of the entire main cast. go to »
Staticsaid at 8:28 PM on Fri Dec 29 2017
VC thoughts update

Phil LaMarr sounds pretty great in the role. He really nailed the character and he does sound pretty energetic.

Bryton James also works quite nicely.

Alexander Brandon sounds kinda awkward. go to »
Oxsaid at 3:26 PM on Sun Dec 24 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Paul Soles the most in the role. His slow delivery combined with that comical voice really are fun to hear and he has great chemistry with Bernard Cowan's Montana/Cowboy.

Mark Hamill is also great in the role. He has a great high voice and lots of energy. A good example of Mark's range.

Danny Trejo is unremarkable. go to »
Jean DeWolffsaid at 3:18 PM on Sun Dec 24 2017
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Honestly, I liked Mary Faber the most in the role. I like how she delivers a sort of Philip Marlowe-esque performance in this monologue. It was the first role I ever heard from Mary and the one that made Mary one of my favorite modern voice actresses.

Vanessa Marshall also works in the role, but I feel Mary is better. Still, Vanessa is much better as Jean than as MJ.

Misty Lee has potential.

Irene Bedard is pretty stiff and awkward in the role. go to »
Green Lantern / Guy Gardnersaid at 2:55 AM on Sun Dec 24 2017
@nikipotamus Thank you. go to »
Jacob Marleysaid at 2:44 AM on Sun Dec 24 2017
@Garrettk41 Mainly ear guessing. It sounds pretty much like Joseph's natural voice doing a more ghostly tone. go to »
Professor Emil Hamiltonsaid at 3:31 PM on Sat Dec 23 2017
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I really like Victor Brandt's performance the most. It's one of the better performances in that cartoon. He sounds quite wise and intellectual in the role.

Robert Foxworth works for a more cold-hearted Hamilton.

Trevor Devall works for his version. go to »
Dr. Farley Stillwellsaid at 3:05 AM on Sat Dec 23 2017
Both are good. go to »
False Facesaid at 4:30 PM on Sun Dec 17 2017
I prefer Towny here. go to »
Maxie Zeussaid at 4:27 PM on Sun Dec 17 2017
Steve's flamboyant take wins this for me. go to »
Nebulasaid at 8:06 AM on Sun Dec 17 2017
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Cree Summer is my favorite here. Her performance is pretty awesome and she does sound quite badass in the role.

Jane Lynch is actually pretty fitting for the SHS version. "It's wicked awesome!!!" There's just something about these catchphrases being delivered by that voice that makes me chuckle.

Jennifer Dale also works in the role, but she sounds a bit forced, especially compared to her Mystique. go to »
Iron Mongersaid at 4:51 AM on Sun Dec 17 2017
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I'm really surprised with Fred Tatasciore's Jeff Bridges impression. He sounds pretty psychotic and he seems to be having fun in the role. Definitely one of Fred's best roles.

Out of the two Armored Adventures actors, I actually prefer Brian Drummond. I really feel his performance is much better.

Mackenzie Gray sounds off to me. I know this is Stane Iron Monger, but I'm really not fond of his take. go to »
Yodasaid at 1:37 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
Peter McConnell leaves little to no impression on me. He's at the bottom. go to »
Reysaid at 12:31 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
Definitely Daisy, but Helen is good, too. go to »
Boba Fettsaid at 12:24 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
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I always liked Alan Rosenberg's take in the NPR radio drama of Empire Strikes Back. He really made Boba sound pretty badass, threatening and rebellious in there.

Tied with him is Jason Wingreen. I feel his take is really awesome despite being pretty brief. He really sounds badass and he sounds pretty mysterious.

Don Francks is a good predecessor to Jason's take, sounding mysterious and badass.

Despite the fact that he's imitating Temuera Morrison, I do like Dee Bradley Baker's take quite a bit.

Daniel Logan fits a younger Boba, but I never was a fan of Boba being a clone of Jango Fett.

I also enjoyed Neil Ross, Chris Cox, Tom Kane and Trevor Devall in the role.

Although he has improved lately, I'm still not big on Temuera Morrison as Boba Fett. Again, not big on Boba being a clone of Jango Fett, and I feel that his delivery still has a tendency to sound flat. I definitely prefer Temuera as Jango and the Clones.

Honorable mention: Ed Begley, Jr. (NPR Jedi radio drama) go to »
Kyle Katarnsaid at 12:14 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
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Rino Romano sounded really good in the role. I really think he fits the character perfectly.

Jeff Bennett also sounds pretty good. He has a nice laidback and cool attitude.

Brian Bascle is also good.

Nick Jameson did a good job as the first actor to play Kyle.

Jason Court is pretty flat. go to »
Princess Leiasaid at 12:09 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
Julie Dolan sounds pretty cool in the role. She's in-between Carrie and Lisa.

Shelby Young is kinda meh. go to »
Ezra Bridgersaid at 12:07 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
I prefer Taylor. go to »
Yodasaid at 12:06 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
Tony Pope is okay, but he sounds kinda weird. go to »
C-3POsaid at 12:04 PM on Fri Dec 15 2017
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Anthony Daniels is just perfect as the character. He really nailed the personality of C-3PO, making him constantly concerned and worried about his friends.

Tony Pope was, IMO, the best replacement for Daniels. He does have the same delivery as Anthony while making the role his own and he really nails the personality.

Tom Kane is also good, but I feel Tony does better.

Simon Pegg also does a good job. go to »
Don Johnsonsaid at 5:23 AM on Fri Dec 15 2017
Happy birthday Don Johnson!!!

This might come as sacrilegious to many other people, but I honestly prefer Don's Lt. Falcon over Judd Nelson's Hot Rod (which I feel is kinda overrated).

I always felt Don managed to make Falcon someone who doesn't really seem to like his job, but who starts accepting it as the movie progresses.

He just has a great arc and Don really delivered all the way through the film.

Honestly, I would have liked TFTM Hot Rod better if Don had played him. go to »
Kylo Rensaid at 11:28 AM on Thu Dec 14 2017
I must admit, I'm really not big on Kylo Ren. I feel he isn't a very interesting character.

Despite that, I do think Adam Driver does a good job in the role. He delivers a good performance and he translates well into voiceover form. I think the tone of the Lego games helps his performance, making it fun.

Roger Craig Smith does a good impression of Adam.

Matt Wood sounds good with those effects, but I don't think his performance is as strong as Adam and Roger. go to »
Hera Syndullasaid at 11:21 AM on Thu Dec 14 2017
Both are awesome, but I'm going with Vanessa. go to »
Star Wars Trilogy Arcadesaid at 12:35 PM on Tue Dec 12 2017
I've played (and still play) this game a lotta times. I always had fun with it.

Tony Pope really amazed me with his Anthony Daniels impression. go to »
Maz Kanatasaid at 4:16 AM on Tue Dec 12 2017
Going with Lupita, but Grey really does a good job, too. go to »
Obi-Wan Kenobisaid at 2:00 AM on Tue Dec 12 2017
Ewan McGregor is good. He's in-between Sam and Scott. go to »
Han Solosaid at 3:12 AM on Mon Dec 11 2017
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I've always liked Perry King's take in the NPR Star Wars radio dramas the most. His wiseguy attitude is really great and his delivery was pretty solid. Honestly, I would have preferred if he had gotten the role in the movies.

Out of all the guys here, I like Keith Ferguson the most. I feel he really manages to make the role his own despite having to imitate Harrison Ford.

Neil Ross also sounds pretty great in the role. Funny that he also played a Han Solo-type character (Springer) in Transformers.

Lex Lang sounds really great too. His voice is deeper, but his overall delivery is great.

Michael Daingerfield is tons of fun in the role. He really seems to be having fun and it works perfectly for the Lego version.

I've never been a big fan of Harrison Ford's take. I dunno why, but compared to Perry, I always felt he was kinda lacking. His performance in the Holiday Special was pretty stiff, and even though he improved in the Lego Force Awakens game, I still don't feel it.

The others don't leave any impression on me. go to »
Poe Dameronsaid at 2:57 AM on Mon Dec 11 2017
Definitely Oscar. Lex was good too. go to »
Kanan Jarrussaid at 2:58 AM on Sun Dec 10 2017
Both are really awesome. If I had to choose, I would go with Freddie. go to »
Sabine Wrensaid at 2:57 AM on Sun Dec 10 2017
Going with Tiya, but Elysia works too. go to »
Billy Connorssaid at 4:52 AM on Sat Dec 9 2017
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I really like Billie Mae Richards the most in the role. She has a really adorable sound to her voice and her innocent performance is pretty endearing and charming.

Toby Scott Ganger also works well in the role.

Max Wolf Burkholder is kinda meh. go to »
Xaviersaid at 4:34 AM on Sat Dec 9 2017
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John Stephenson really nails the warm and fatherly personality of Xavier perfectly. He does sound like the exact opposite of Magneto and he has great chemistry with the rest of the cast members. A great fit for the X-Men's mentor.

Stan Jones is a rather solid early take on the character. He does sound pretty warm and kind and he also sounds quite wise.

Cedric Smith also nailed the role in the 90's X-Men cartoon. His performance is really solid and he really manages to showcase a lot of Xavier's traits. I also like the fact that they made Xavier a little bit more prone to making mistakes and feeling regret about them, which made Cedric deliver really emotional performances.

Jim Ward also works rather well in the role. He does sound pretty wise and warm in the role.

James Arnold Taylor works perfectly for the Lego version. He does seem to be having fun in the role.

I also enjoyed Kyle Hebert, David Kaye, Daran Norris, Patrick Stewart, Tom Kane, Dan Green and Ron Halder in the role.

The UVA and Cam Clarke leave little impression on me. go to »
Emperor Palpatine / Darth Sidioussaid at 4:13 AM on Sat Dec 9 2017
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I honestly think Paul Hecht is the closest we got to Ian McDiarmid reprising the role. Sure, he doesn't sound exactly like Ian, but his slow yet hammy delivery is very similar. I would love it if he could reprise the role outside of radio dramas.

Clive Revill is a solid early take on the character. I always remember his take creeping me out when I was a kid.

Sam Witwer does sound pretty good as well. A nice display of his vocal range.

Ian Abercrombie also works well in the role. It's a great performance from him and it's sad that it would be one of his final roles before passing.

Tim Curry is a nice stand-in for Ian Abercrombie, but you can really tell that they changed actors due to Ian's passing. Still, not bad.

The others were also good. go to »
Tritonsaid at 2:49 PM on Fri Dec 8 2017
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I really like James Arnold Taylor the most in here. He has a nice regal tone and I like the more cautious tone he has.

I really like Mark Hamill's energetic performance quite a lot. It's a good example of Mark's range.

Ron Halder is pretty epic in the role. He reminds me a lot of Robert Stephens' Aragorn, which makes me think that Ron would fit Aragorn perfectly. Although I feel he's much more Namor material due to the deep voice, he works well enough as Triton.

Tom Kane does sound good as well.

Rocky Carroll sounds kinda off to me. go to »
General Grievoussaid at 10:41 AM on Fri Dec 8 2017
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I really like Matt Wood's quirky performance the most here. The way he delivers the lines and the effects added to his voice really mesh well with Grievous' design pretty well.

John DiMaggio is really good for an early take on the character.

Kirby Morrow is hilariously awesome as the Lego version.

Richard McGonagle doesn't leave an impression on me. I would have rather preferred if John had been kept. go to »
Obi-Wan Kenobisaid at 10:34 AM on Fri Dec 8 2017
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Not only does James Arnold Taylor do a good emulation of Ewan McGregor, but he also makes the role his own. He does sound wise, yet he also adds a great sense of humor into the role.

Sam Vincent is perfect for the Lego version. He does seem to be having tons of fun in the role.

Scott Cleverdon does fit Episode I Obi-Wan well.

Lewis MacLeod is okay, but man, he makes Obi-Wan sound like he has a bad cold.

Jonathan Love is meh.

David Scott doesn't do anything for me. go to »
Yodasaid at 10:09 AM on Fri Dec 8 2017
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For me, it's a tie between John Lithgow and Frank Oz. John did a fantastic emulation of Frank in the NPR radio dramas, but he also made the role his own. He really nailed the goofiness of Yoda when Luke firat met him, and then he managed to make the change into a wise and stern Jedi master really well. It's one of John's most unique roles and I wish he could reprise it.

Frank Oz is really iconic and with good reason. He just nails the character's wisdom and sagely qualities and he also added quite a bit of humor on some scenes.

Tom Kane does a good impression of Frank, but I felt that his delivery could get a bit weird at times (especially in this clip).

Greg Berg works for what Muppet Babies was going for. go to »
Jyn Ersosaid at 12:46 PM on Thu Dec 7 2017
Although I liked Felicity in the movie, I think I'm going with Helen here. go to »
Finnsaid at 5:29 PM on Wed Dec 6 2017
Going with John, but Arif does a good job at making the role his own without having to imitate John. go to »
Luke Skywalkersaid at 5:27 PM on Wed Dec 6 2017
Matthew Mercer sounds pretty good. He's in-between Smith and Nelson. go to »
Gwen Stacysaid at 4:37 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
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I really like Dove Cameron the most here. She sounds pretty sweet and like someone you would like to hang around with.

Mary Kay Bergman also fits pretty well in the role. She does sound like a friendly and easy-going girl and her delivery is solid.

I liked Lacey Chabert's performance, but I feel it's too Debra Whitman-esque (especially since her overall performance reminds me a lot of Liz Georges' Debra). Still, not bad.

Kari Wahlgren does a pretty good Emma Stone impression, and I wish she could reprise the role just to hear her do her own thing. go to »
Dr. Achilles Milosaid at 4:29 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
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Treat Williams does sound pretty intellectual, yet he also sounds pretty slimy and opportunistic. I really like his delivery.

Dee Bradley Baker also sounds pretty good in the role. He has some great energy and he really nails this particular version.

Armin Shimerman is okay, but he could have been more energetic. go to »
Black Spidersaid at 4:25 PM on Sun Dec 3 2017
I prefer Josh. go to »
Northstarsaid at 3:45 AM on Sun Dec 3 2017
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Although he didn't get many lines, I really like Rene Lemieux the most. He has a great youthful attitude and I really like his accent a lot.

Michael Beattie sounds pretty similar to Rene. He really does have the energy down pat.

Yuri Lowenthal is okay, but not very memorable. go to »
Guilesaid at 11:58 AM on Sat Dec 2 2017
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Mike Donovan really delivered a great performance as Guile. He had quite a lot of energy, especially when he yelled "SONIC BOOOOM!!!" or "FLASH KICK!!!". He also managed to be warm at the right times.

Travis Willingham is also great in the role. He sounds like a leader and he really nails the battle cries as well. Overall, another good fit.

Kirk Thornton is also good, but honestly, compared to Mike and Travis, his Guile left little to no impression on me. There were also times where his performance would be a bit flat. go to »
Elita Onesaid at 2:17 AM on Sat Dec 2 2017
Marlene owns the role. go to »
Swoopsaid at 4:14 PM on Fri Dec 1 2017
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I really like Michael Bell the most. His voice has a sort of a squawking sound that fits the character perfectly.

Mark Allan Stewart sounds too plain. I feel he would work more as Packrat.

Eric Artell has the right idea, but he sounds kinda unnatural and grating at times. go to »
Zardasaid at 11:40 AM on Fri Dec 1 2017
I prefer Susan. go to »
Dormammusaid at 5:26 AM on Wed Nov 29 2017
Forgot about Phil LaMarr. He's right in-between Travis and Ed. go to »
Kupsaid at 3:50 PM on Sun Nov 26 2017
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I really like John Stephenson's Burgess Meredith-esque performance the most. He sounded tough, gruff yet wise in the role. His performance in the episode Chaos is really memorable.

Lionel Stander is also really good, but there are times where he does seem to be struggling with the delivery. Not bad, though.

Mark Laity's voice is extremely unfitting, but his performance is fine.

Rik Thomas has more fitting voice than Laity, but his performance is awful. Then again, that's the charm of these old Omni Productions dubs. go to »
Tailgatesaid at 3:44 PM on Sun Nov 26 2017
Both are pretty unremarkable in the role unfortunately. I guess I'll go with Ted, since I feel he had tons of potential.

As a sidenote, it's kinda odd that we got two Spidey actors in this VC. go to »
Shockersaid at 8:11 AM on Sun Nov 26 2017
@EPA Deane Gee, that's a tough question. I guess Carl Banas would have been pretty interesting to hear in the role. go to »
Lady Deathstrikesaid at 1:45 AM on Sat Nov 25 2017
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I really like Tasha Simms' vengeful performance quite a lot. She has a nice accent and a great aggressive delivery.

Janyse Jaud also nails Deathstrike's vengeful personality perfectly. I also like how seductive she sounds at times.

Minae Noji is also pretty good. She nails the aggressiveness and the vengeful personality Deathstrike should have.

Kim Mai Guest also sounds pretty sexy and vengeful.

Vyvan Pham also sounds fitting.

Jocelyn Blue is decent.

Gwendoline Yeo is meh. go to »
Onslaughtsaid at 1:28 AM on Sat Nov 25 2017
I prefer Maurice. go to »
King Faradaysaid at 8:36 AM on Fri Nov 24 2017
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I really like Clancy Brown the most in here. This is exactly how I imagine Faraday to sound like and I like his delivery in that last line (gave me flashbacks to Captain Black from Jackie Chan Adventures). This is one of Clancy's better roles.

Scott Patterson is kinda light and flat in the role.

Phil Morris leaves little impression on me. go to »
Star-Lordsaid at 5:12 AM on Fri Nov 24 2017
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I really like Chris Cox's heroic performance the most. He really sounds like a leader and he does have quite a bit of fun in the role.

Travis Willingham is also pretty good in the role.

Steve Downes has an awesome voice, but his delivery is kinda flat at times. Not one of EMH's best performances.

Will Friedle is a fitting choice, but the material kinda hurts his performance for me.

Scott Porter is meh. go to »
Forgesaid at 5:06 AM on Fri Nov 24 2017
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Marc Strange has a really awesome voice and some really good delivery. I also really like the way how he differed his young and old Forge voices.

Sam Vincent works for a younger Forge.

Carlos Ferro has a pretty epic voice and his performance is solid. I really wish he could reprise the role.

Roger Craig Smith does sound pretty good but a tad too young for the design.

Phil LaMarr is also good.

Andrew Francis works for his version.

Lou Diamond Phillips leaves little to no impression on me. go to »
Bishamon (Hannya)said at 5:01 AM on Fri Nov 24 2017
I honestly prefer Colin Murdock (incorrectly listed as Mike Donovan). go to »
Fireflysaid at 4:58 AM on Fri Nov 24 2017
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I really like Gregg Berger's sneaky and gruff performance the most. He really seems to be having fun in the role and his delivery is pretty solid.

Matthew Moy is okay, but he sounds a bit too young.

Peter MacNicol sounds good, pretty sneaky, but a little bit too unhinged.

Sean Schemmel also sounds good, but he doesn't have the sneaky sound I want from Firefly. go to »
Infernosaid at 4:53 AM on Fri Nov 24 2017
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Honestly, for me, it's a tie between Walker Edmiston and Jim Byrnes.

Walker works perfectly for the tough, ornery, impulsive yet likeable fire engine that was G1 Inferno. His acting is great and he really seems to be having fun. Plus, he has good chemistry with the other characters.

Jim is wonderfully bombastic and hilarious in the role. Whenever I heard his scream, I smiled, 'cause you could tell he was having tons of fun. He really made this version memorable.

Michael Daingerfield is just... there. go to »
Shao Kahnsaid at 1:36 AM on Tue Nov 21 2017
@Bookman230 Yup, it really is. :D go to »
Mr. Fantasticsaid at 1:48 PM on Sun Nov 19 2017
"Beau Weaver is also look."

I meant is also good. go to »
Spider Woman / Julia Carpentersaid at 1:09 PM on Sun Nov 19 2017
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Colleen O'Shaugnessey has a great spunky tone and she does seem to be having fun in the role. I really think she fits perfectly.

Jennifer Hale does sound pretty good as well.

Casey DeFranco is okay, but she leaves little impression on me and her delivery gets a bit stiff at times. go to »
Peter Corbeausaid at 1:07 PM on Sun Nov 19 2017
I prefer Chris. go to »
Princess Leiasaid at 1:03 PM on Sun Nov 19 2017
I really loved Ann Sachs in the NPR radio dramas. She really does a good job at making the performance her own. She sounds quite tough and authoritative, yet she could be quite sweet at some moments.

I always felt Carrie Fisher delivered the best performance out of the three leads in the Holiday Special. She does sound surprisingly good in there.

Lisa Fuson does a good imitation of Carrie. She sounds pretty commanding yet she could be pretty funny.

Joyce Kurtz is also good. She sounds slightly closer to Carrie, but I still prefer Lisa's attempt.

Catherine Taber also works.

The others range from decent to meh. go to »
Mr. Fantasticsaid at 10:50 AM on Sun Nov 19 2017
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I really like Gerald Mohr quite a lot as Mr. Fantastic. Gerald is one of my favorite radio actors and in this role, he's just great. He does sound pretty heroic, yet I like how he adds a more intellectual sound to his delivery. His Bogart-esque voice is always a treat to listen to and honestly, this is how I imagine Mr. Fantastic to sound like in the comics.

Beau Weaver is also look. He mixes the heroic leader and scientific genius traits really well and his delivery is solid. Along with Chuck McCann as the Thing, this was one of the better casting choices of the 90's Fantastic Four cartoon.

Wally Wingert is also pretty good. He hits the same notes as Gerald and Beau.

Dee Bradley Baker's voice is a bit too high for my taste, but his performance is really excellent.

Cam Clarke also works rather well in the role, though I do feel he could have made him a little bit more geekier. He does nail the heroic leader aspect, though.

I also enjoyed David Naughton, Matthew Kaminsky, Robert Clotworthy, Charlie Adler, Robin Atkin Downes and Brian Drummond in the role.

Mike Road... he could have worked perfectly in the role, but thanks to the direction, his performance is pretty flat most of the time and it really doesn't hold up to this day at all, which is a big shame.

Ioan Gruffudd, Hiro Kanagawa and James Marsters just don't work for me. go to »
Chasesaid at 2:29 AM on Sun Nov 19 2017
I prefer D.C. go to »
Omega Redsaid at 5:38 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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Len Doncheff is just epic as Omega Red. I just love how menacing and evil he sounds. Truly makes him a threat to be reckoned with.

Colin Murdock also works in the role, he just needs more material.

Richard Newman is just as good as he always is. He seems to be having tons of fun hamming it up here.

Steve Blum also works rather well. You can tell he is having a blast with the character.

J.B. Blanc is also good.

George Buza is meh. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 3:44 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
@EPA Deane That's all well and good, but honestly, I personally think this is one of those shows that invites you to have fun. I don't mind darker shows as long as they're handled well and don't bore me, but you gotta understand that each individual has its own quirks and conceptions of what that "reward" is. For me, it's making the child inside me enjoy stuff. go to »
Human Torchsaid at 2:35 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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I really like Jac Flounders (Jack DeLeon???) the most in this role. He sounds pretty youthful, impulsive and adventurous. He also has great chemistry with his fellow cast members.

Matthew Yang King also works really well in the role. He sounds quite youthful and energetic.

Roger Craig Smith kinda reminds me of Jac/Jack. He has a nice cocky attitude and a lot of energy.

David Kaufman also fits rather well. He has a more laidback attitude, but he does seem to be having fun nonetheless.

Quinton Flynn is a vast improvement over Brian Austin Green. I love how energetic he sounds and he does nail the impulsiveness of the character.

I also enjoyed Daran Norris (despite the deeper voice), Kirby Morrow, Josh Keaton, Michael Broderick, Travis Willingham and James Arnold Taylor in the role.

Brian Austin Green, Chris Evans and Christopher Jacot just don't work for me. go to »
Drag Stripsaid at 2:09 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
I really like Ron Gans the most here. I feel he nailed the gloating personality of Drag Strip really nicely.

Maurice LaMarche's Grumpy voice with an accent works really well too. He also keeps the essence of the character really nicely.

Eric Artell is meh. go to »
Uatu the Watchersaid at 12:43 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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Paul Frees as a great ancient, majestic tone that really fits Uatu perfectly. I really like how he delivers his dialogue, especially in the "Galactus" episode.

Vic Mignogna is also rather impressive in the role. His voice has a sort of timeless sound to it and I really think he fits the role rather well. This is a good out-of-the-box choice.

Alan Oppenheimer sounds really good too. He has quite a nice ancient sound and his performance has a lot of gravitas.

Colin Fox has a very majestic voice and his performance is really excellent.

Phil LaMarr, despite the excessively deep voice, works well in the role. Plus, he does sound kinda epic.

I also liked Denis Akiyama, Dave Boat, Steve Blum and Clancy Brown in the role.

Laurence Fishburne's voice is too deep and his delivery is kinda awkward. go to »
Annihilussaid at 12:15 PM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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I really like Robin Atkin Downes the most here. His Aron Kincaid-esque performance is really great and he really seems to be having fun in the role.

Clyde Kusatsu's bizarre delivery is actually quite entertaining to hear. He really seems to be having a lot of fun in the role.

Lex Lang also works rather well. I would like to have him reprise the role.

Scott McNeil's slow delivery and high, raspy voice works well. The wheezing sound adds quite a bit to the performance.

Dee Bradley Baker is so enjoyable as the SHS version of Annihilus. He truly seems to be having a blast.

Charlie Adler is also good. go to »
Invisible Womansaid at 9:17 AM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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Jo Ann Pflug sounds really great as the Invisible Girl. She has quite a spunky sound to her voice and there were times where she could be quite warm and kind. She also has great chemistry with the other actors.

Kari Wahlgren is also pretty good. She sounds pretty spunky and friendly in the role. Plus, she's having fun.

Erin Torpey is also excellent in the role. She sounds pretty friendly and easygoing.

Gail Matthius sounds pretty good. She sounds quite similar to Jo Ann.

Danica McKellar is also enjoyable despite the younger sounding voice. She sounds pretty daring and spunky.

I also enjoyed Erin Matthews, Tara Strong and Grey DeLisle in the role.

Ginny Tyler is meh in the role. I honestly liked her more as Princess Anelle.

Lori Alan, Jessica Alba and Lara Gilchrist don't work for me. I always felt they sounded a bit too airheaded (Lori) and flat (Jessica and Lara).

Honorable mentions: Lorelei King (BBC Spider-Man radio drama) go to »
Atomsaid at 2:14 AM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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I really like Wally Burr the most here. He sounds both heroic and intellectual in the role. This is really a great performance from one of the best voice directors of the 70's and 80's.

Jason Marsden also sounds pretty good in the role. He sounds quite smart and his delivery is solid.

Pat Harrington, Jr. is pretty energetic in the role. I love his delivery and he does sound pretty smart.

Peter Scolari also works pretty well. He seems to be a callback to Wally's take.

James Sie works for the Ryan Choi version of the Atom.

John C. McGinley is good, but not that memorable IMO. go to »
Major Forcesaid at 2:00 AM on Sat Nov 18 2017
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Fred Tatasciore is tons of fun in the role. He sounds pretty violent and bombastic in the role.

Ricardo Chavira also works.

Alexander Brandon is meh.s go to »
Roger Carmelsaid at 1:44 PM on Fri Nov 17 2017
@Ghosty404 "Ham-incarnate" describes him perfectly. His performances were always grand and larger than life and he surely seemed to be having tons of fun.

It really saddens me that he was taken too soon from us. go to »
Madame Masquesaid at 9:56 AM on Fri Nov 17 2017
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I honestly prefer Courtenay Taylor in here despite the lack of material. Her delivery is great and I really liked the accent she added.

Lisa Zane also works in the role. She sounds sexy and playful yet deadly and vengeful.

Kristie Madsen is good for a younger version. go to »
Howard Starksaid at 9:51 AM on Fri Nov 17 2017
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I really like Peter Renaday the most here. I dunno why, but I get a Michael Rye vibe out of his performance, which I really like. He sounds quite firm and stern, yet he could be warm and fatherly.

Neil Ross also works pretty well in the role. He sounds like a stern father figure.

Fred Henderson works really well as a younger Howard.

Liam O'Brien also sounds quite fitting. I wouldn't mind a reprisal.

John McCook also works.

Stephen Collins is meh. go to »
Edwin Jarvissaid at 9:45 AM on Fri Nov 17 2017
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Enn Reitel is really good as Jarvis. It's exactly how I imagine him to sound like. He sounds loyal and always ready to be of service.

Vern Chapman sound pretty good too. A performance from the Marvel Super Heroes cartoon that holds up really well, he does fit Jarvis just as well as Enn.

Fred Tatasciore is also good.

Phil Proctor sounds good, but he needs to polish his take a bit more.

Graham Harley does have the right voice, but the delivery and attitude make his take kinda annoying. The material doesn't help him either. go to »
Motormastersaid at 9:27 AM on Fri Nov 17 2017
I really love Roger C. Carmel's boisterous, hammy and loud performance the most. He truly seems to be enjoying himself in the role and he nailed the character's boisterous personality.

Liam O'Brien is a really good replacement for Roger. He really sounds like he's enjoying himself and I'm kinda surprised that they picked him for another one of Roger's characters (though he sounds a bit more natural as Motormaster than as Cyclonus).

As much as I loved the 2015 RiD cartoon, I was kinda disappointed with Travis Willingham's take on the role. He would have nailed the character's boisterous nature, but the way they handled Motormaster in the cartoon was pretty meh. He would fit BW Megs more with this performance.

Fred Tatasciore is decent, but he's not that memorable. go to »
Heatwavesaid at 3:42 PM on Thu Nov 16 2017
Steve Blum nailed the character, but David Lodge did a pretty good job trying to emulate him. go to »
Cody Burnssaid at 10:07 AM on Wed Nov 15 2017
Elan Garfias does a good job as Cody. He sounds pretty youthful and earnest and he also had an adventurous feel.

Oliver Vaquer does fit an older Cody perfectly.

Angela Galuppo is a bit too exaggerated. go to »
Knuckles the Echidnasaid at 4:57 AM on Wed Nov 15 2017
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Despite the lighter voice, I like Brian Drummond the most in here. He actually nails Knuckles' rough and cocky personality, yet he does sound like someone who's an okay guy to hang around with despite his rough exterior.

Ryan Drummond also sounds pretty good. He's a little bit too soft-spoken, but I think his overall performance is rather good.

Dan Green is also quite good. He has a nice cocky sound in his performance.

Travis Willingham is also solid in the role.

Bill Wise sounds awkward, but he has some charm.

Michael McGaharn and Scott Dreier sound kinda awkward and bland. go to »
Miles (Tails) Prowersaid at 4:51 AM on Wed Nov 15 2017
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I really liked Christopher Welch the most as Tails. I always found his performance to be quite endearing and adorable. He's exactly how I imagine Tails to sound like.

Christopher Turner does a really good impression of Welch.

Colleen O'Shaughnessey also sounds pretty good. She has a nice youthful voice and her energy is great.

Bradley Pierce is also pretty good. He sounds really adorable and soft-spoken.

Lainie Frasier sounds like she has a cold, but other than that, she has the right enthusiasm. It just needs a little bit more polishing.

The others are good but leave little impression on me. go to »
Ultra Magnussaid at 4:37 PM on Tue Nov 14 2017
@Nightmare Crusher Yeah, could be. I'll have to ask my cousin, since I got the clips thanks to him. go to »
Dr. Moroccosaid at 11:36 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
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I like Greg Ellis the most. He does do a pretty good emulation of Tim Curry, yet he does make the role his own. He kinda sounds like a mix between Curry and Matt Frewer.

Tim Curry is pretty good, of course. He does sound pretty sinister, yet he also seems to be having fun.

David Lodge is also rather enjoyable. go to »
Cyclonussaid at 11:33 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
Harry Lennix sounds pretty good. He's pretty similar to Roger at times, maybe slightly better than Jack. He's a close second. go to »
Menasorsaid at 11:30 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
Travis Willingham is pretty good. He sounds better as Menasor than as Motormaster. He's in-between Taylor and Carmel. go to »
Windbladesaid at 11:25 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
Wow, Erica Lindbeck is pretty good. I think she's my new favorite. go to »
Harley Quinnsaid at 6:04 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
@D.A.V.E. Oh, boy... now I would love to see that scene. go to »
Justice League Actionsaid at 3:51 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
@EPA Deane Personally, if this show was a time waster, then I wouldn't spend time with my little brother watching it. He loves the show and it makes for a fun family time for the two of us.

Again, it's just my view. go to »
Justice League Actionsaid at 3:26 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
@EPA Deane Yeah, I know that, but this show is a different beast altogether. This is more about having fun with the stories and the characters. Brave and the Bold was more of a show that wanted to keep the style of the 50's yet also inject drama into it whenever it fit.

Not all shows can be the same. go to »
Justice League Actionsaid at 2:49 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
@EPA Deane It's not that it doesn't count, it's just that in a show like this, with a light-hearted tone, you can't have dry humor all the time.

I like dry humor in some characters, but when it gets overused, it's kinda tiresome for me. go to »
Brainiacsaid at 2:35 AM on Tue Nov 14 2017
@EPA Deane Well, that's your personal opinion and I respect that.

But I personally prefer Brainiac to have a more menacing demeanor, and I don't get that from Corey's normal take. go to »
Brainiacsaid at 10:40 AM on Mon Nov 13 2017
@8000 Saiyans Thank you. Though I must say that Corey sounded better in Static Shock IMO. go to »
Brainiacsaid at 10:36 AM on Mon Nov 13 2017
@8000 Saiyans Yeah. I personally feel Jeffrey's Brainiac is a heck of a lot better than Corey's normal take, which always sounded too light and not threatening enough for my taste.

Again, this is a PERSONAL opinion. go to »
Doctor Doomsaid at 3:35 PM on Sat Nov 11 2017
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Joseph Sirola sounds extremely diabolical and cruel as Dr. Doom. I really liked his performance in "The Way it All Began" 'cause he really managed to show Doom's anguish and frustration when they recreate his accident, and the way he tells the story of what happened after the accident is just great. It really saddens me that this is Sirola's only voiceover role. He could do much more.

Shepard Menken's take is also great. He is quite menacing and imposing and he does seem to be having fun in the role. He also has great chemistry with Alan Young's Mr. Frump.

Simon Templeman also works well in the role. He sounds pretty threatening and foreboding. I also like how sophisticated he sounds.

Lex Lang is also incredible in the role. He sounds quite cold-hearted and I like how he makes Doom sound as if he's above everyone else.

Fred Tatasciore works perfectly for a more light-hearted version. I really enjoy his delivery and he sure seems to be having tons of fun in the role.

I also enjoyed Neil Ross, John Vernon, Tom Kane (though the accent is kinda overdone), Lorne Kennedy, Paul Dobson (more in MvC 3), Clive Revill, Gideon Emery, Charlie Adler, Chris Britton (though like Kane, he has to dial back on the accent) and Maurice LaMarche.

Henry Ramer (the UVA), John Stephenson and Ralph James don't really hold up that well. If I had to pick one of these, it would be James, but still, his delivery tends to be quite monotone at times.

Julian McMahon is miscast.

Honorable mentions: Michael Roberts (BBC Spider-Man radio drama) go to »
Vulturesaid at 4:49 PM on Fri Nov 10 2017
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I really like Paul Soles a lot here. He seems to be having a blast in the role. He does sound quite unhinged and he has a nice bird-like rasp.

Gillie Fenwick also sounds like he's having fun in the role. He does a pretty good job.

Nolan North is also really good. He sounds really quirky and he does seem to be having fun in the role. I also love his bird-like noises.

Steve Blum works perfectly for the Noir version. He has a really awesome raspy voice and his delivery is solid.

Tom Kenny works for his version.

I also enjoyed Eddie Albert, Alan Johnson, Scott McNeil, Kris Tabori and Robert Englund in the role.

Dwight Schultz, Brian George and Christopher Daniel Barnes are kinda meh for me.

I love Don Messick a lot, but as the Vulture, I just don't like him. It's the same problem I have with Len Weinrib's Joker: Messick's bird cackles are pretty awesome, but his speaking voice sounds pretty off. go to »
Luke Skywalkersaid at 4:20 PM on Fri Nov 10 2017
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I honestly like Mark Hamill the most, mainly thanks to his performance in the NPR Star Wars radio dramas. He sounded really passionate and energetic in there. He doesn't sound that bad in the Holiday Special, but his performance in the radio dramas is just great.

Bob Bergen sounds a lot like Joshua Fardon (who played Luke in the NPR adaptation of Return of the Jedi). He delivers a really great performance IMO, and he's a natural replacement for Hamill.

Eric Bauza is pretty impressive. He sounds pretty similar to Mark. He does work for the Lego version and he's pretty hilarious.

Christopher Smith also sounds pretty good.

C. Andrew Nelson is decent.

Lloyd Floyd and Anthony Hansen don't do it for me. go to »
Abominationsaid at 12:09 PM on Fri Nov 10 2017
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Despite the lack of an accent, I like Richard Moll the most in here. I like the growly voice he gave the character and his performance is excellent.

Steve Blum is really entertaining in the role. He really seems to be having a lot of fun.

Robin Atkin Downes also works really well in the role. He really makes Abomination a threat to be reckoned with.

Ron Perlman is good, but the effects make him sound kinda weird.

Although I liked Tim Roth as Blonsky, he leaves little to no impression on me as Abomination. go to »
Green Goblinsaid at 2:01 AM on Fri Nov 10 2017
@8000 Saiyans Oh, I see. It still fits quite well, though. go to »
Christopher Daniel Barnessaid at 4:01 AM on Tue Nov 7 2017
Happy birthday Christopher Daniel Barnes!!!

I really enjoyed his Spider-Man. He could be quite dramatic, but he delivered those corny quips like a champ. I also enjoyed him as Electro, Superior Spider-Man, Spyder-Knight and Spider-Man Noir. go to »
Blobsaid at 2:15 PM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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When I see the Blob's design, I always imagine a slow and awkward sort of voice coming out of him, and that's exactly what Alan Oppenheimer does. I really like his delivery and he really seems to be having fun playing this large mass of a guy.

Robert Cait also nails the slow and awkward nature of the character. He really seems to be having tons of fun here.

Fred Tatasciore doesn't really sound slow, but he does nail the awkward side. So yeah, he does a good job.

Stephen Stanton does sound slow, but he lacks the awkward sound. Still, it's a rather impressive display of his vocal range.

Kyle Hebert does a good job as well.

I also liked Michael Dobson, Peter Lurie and Gregg Berger in the role.

The UVA and Mark Klastorin are meh. go to »
Bullseyesaid at 2:01 PM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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I really like Rick D. Wasserman the most in the role. I like his cocky attitude and he has quite a lot of energy.

Steve Blum also works rather well. He has some great delivery and his accent is pretty good.

Peter Lurie is another solid fit. He has a great cocky attitude and he seems to be having fun.

Brian Bloom also works quite well in the role.

Crispin Freeman is also good. go to »
Ghost Ridersaid at 1:51 PM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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Yup, I'm going with Richard Grieco in this one. He sounds pretty unsettling in the role and the effects really help his performance a whole lot.

Mitch Urban also works really well in the role. He hits the same notes as Grieco.

Andrew Kishino does work for the Lego version. He has a really fun cocky attitude and he really has some nice delivery.

Fred Tatasciore really sounds quite unsettling and demonic in the role. His performance is quite awesome and it really brings chills to my spine.

Nolan North also sounds pretty good. It's a good example of his range.

I also liked Steve Blum and Crispin Freeman in the role.

Dave Fouquette does sound pretty awesome, but there are times where I can't really understand what he's saying. go to »
Shadowcat / Kitty Pridesaid at 1:41 PM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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I really like Kath Soucie the most in this role. She does sound sweet and earnest, which fits Kitty in her early days on the team.

The UVA from Spider-Friends (Melissa Sue Anderson?) really sounds quite innocent and sweet, but there are times where I feel her delivery could have been better.

Danielle Judovits also sounds really good in the role. She has a great spunky attitude and she really delivers a nice performance.

Kim Mai Guest is also quite good in the role.

Mela Lee is okay but kinda awkward.

Maggie Blue O'Hara and Eileen Stevens don't click with me. go to »
Avalanchesaid at 3:54 AM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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I honestly prefer Rod Coneybeare in here. I really like his performance a lot. He could be quite funny a lot of times and he really makes Avalanche a fun thug.

Christopher Gray works perfectly for Evolution Avalanche. He sounds pretty nice and earnest.

Peter Lurie works in his own way. He has a pretty energetic performance.

James Patrick Stuart has a nice accent, but he's kinda lacking, especially compared to the others. go to »
Rick Jonessaid at 2:44 AM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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I really like Michael Horton the most here. He makes Rick a really relatable fellow and he delivers a pretty emotional performance at the right times. He also could be pretty funny.

Luke Perry is also good, but not as great as Michael.

Seth Green also works as Rick.

Paul Soles really works well in the role. It's one of those performances from that show that hold up pretty well.

Andrew Francis works for a younger Rick.

Jon Curry does work for his version.

Benny Grant doesn't sound that impressive. go to »
Lucas Bishopsaid at 2:37 AM on Sun Nov 5 2017
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I really like Philip Akin the most here. He has a really nice badass attitude, and his performance is just great. He really sounds like a tough time-travelling anti-hero.

Emerson Brooks also sounds great in the role. He sounds pretty badass and tough.

Khary Payton is also pretty good. He sounds cool and tough.

Kevin Michael Richardson is okay. go to »
Spider-Man (1967)said at 12:18 PM on Sat Nov 4 2017
@Ghosty404 I do understand that. I was just saying what type of mindset is needed to watch the show from my perspective.

I do know I really am not like the majority, hence why I tend to point out stuff like this, just so others can understand me a bit better. go to »
Punishersaid at 10:34 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
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I really like Marc Worden the most here. He has a nice gravelly voice and I really like how badass he sounds.

Robin Atkin Downes is also pretty good in the role. He is quite fun, which fits the Lego version perfectly. He gets some really fun moments. "LEAVE NO TRUCK UNSMASHED!!!"

In all honesty, I actually like John Beck in the role. His voice may be light, but honestly, I really think his performance makes up for it. He sounds pretty badass and tough in the role.

Daran Norris sounds pretty badass too. I love the gruffness he adds to his voice.

I'm surprised Ray Stevenson reprised his live-action role in a rather ligh-hearted production. But I must say, he really does an awesome job in the role. Mac and cheese levels of awesome!!!

Crispin Freeman and Brian Bloom also work well in the role.

Thomas Jane and Norman Reedus leave little impression on me. go to »
Carnagesaid at 5:41 AM on Sat Nov 4 2017
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Dee Bradley Baker sounds great in this role. He seems to be having a great time in the role and he really makes Carnage sound extremely insane.

Fred Tatasciore also sounds quite unhinged despite the deeper voice. He would fit Venom better, but he's still good.

Scott Cleverdon also sounds pretty good. It's pretty similar to Fred's take.

Mike Donovan also sounds great in the role. He does nail Carnage's unhinged personality quite well.

David Sobolov works for SHS despite the deeper voice. I really get a crack out of his take.

David Agranov is okay, but kinda generic. go to »
Green Arrowsaid at 2:21 PM on Fri Nov 3 2017
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I feel Green Arrow is the best out of Norm Alden's three superhero performances. His energy and delivery kinda reminds me of Errol Flynn, which is great.

Chris Diamantopoulos is also pretty fun in the role too. I really like his delivery and he really seems to be having a blast in the role.

Alan Tudyk is great too. He sounds pretty fun and yet, he does sound like a very relatable father figure.

Stephen Amell really makes a good translation from live-action to voiceover. His performance is actually pretty good.

Ralph Garman does have quite a bit of energy. I like his delivery of "even my wounds have wounds".

I also enjoyed James Arnold Taylor and Will Friedle in the role.

I'm nor really feeling Chris Hardwick, Kin Shriner, David Jennison, Phil Morris and Neal McDonough in the role. The don't do it for me. go to »
Gamorasaid at 2:09 PM on Fri Nov 3 2017
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I really like Nika Futterman the most here. She nails Gamora's personality and she does sound kickass in the role.

Vanessa Marshall took a bit to get used to, but she does quite a good job as well. Of course, it's a typecast, but she works well.

Mary Long does sound pretty good in the role. She has a very nice regal and elegant tone.

Alison Sealy Smith sounds pretty epic in the role IMO. She has a nice husky voice and her delivery is solid. go to »
Ultronsaid at 1:45 PM on Fri Nov 3 2017
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I like Tom Kane the most here. I'm not a big Ultron fan, but I really like Tom's performance. He sounds quite sinister and the effects really help his performance a whole lot.

Jim Meskimen is also pretty good. He sounds both smug and factual at the same time. It's a strange but really neat mix.

John Stocker doesn't fit the character, but I honestly can't bring myself to hate his take. His acting is just so great and he has a rather unique voice. Really impressive performance from Stocker and a good example of his range.

James Horan works pretty well in the role.

Tom Kenny does work for the SHS version.

Fred Tatasciore sounds pretty cool, too.

I dunno why, but James Spader never clicked with me for some reason. go to »
Thor Odinsonsaid at 1:33 PM on Fri Nov 3 2017
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Honestly, I like Vic Perrin the most in this role. His delivery is so majestic and godly and his voice does fit the God of Thunder perfectly, despite not being that deep.

John Rhys-Davies also works in his own way. He has a really godly and majestic voice and his delivery is awesome.

Matthew Wolf sounds pretty epic in the role. He really delivers an excellent performance.

Rick D. Wasserman is also pretty good. He has a nice godly voice and his delivery does sound majestic.

Travis Willingham is also pretty great in the role. He sounds pretty majestic, but he also seems to be having fun in the role.

I also like Dave Boat, Michael Adamthwaite, Jim Cummings, Chris Hemsworth and James Arnold Taylor in the role.

Chris Wiggins is a little bit better as Thor than as Donald Blake, but still, he doesn't hold up pretty well unfortunately.

Cam Clarke and Daniel Thorn don't leave an impression on me. go to »
Spider-Man (1967)said at 11:10 AM on Fri Nov 3 2017
@EPA Deane Honestly, you got to learn how to release the kid inside you to enjoy this show. That's the ticket to enjoying it.

I feel the first season is the most successful attempt at telling Spidey stories since they do focus more on the Daily Bugle crew (something that nowadays is just missing or rarely brought up).

Honestly, I prefer this over the 1981 solo cartoon (which was pretty depressive most of the time). go to »
Richard Newmansaid at 8:58 AM on Thu Nov 2 2017
Happy birthday Richard Newman!!!

He's my favorite Vancouver performer. I really wish I could meet him someday, but at least I did the best next thing: see him on stage when I briefly traveled to Vancouver back in 2011.

He's just fantastic in his roles, particularly as M. Bison, Rhinox, Tankor (with Rhinox's intelligence), Throbb, Brutus and Virgil Sollozzo (he does an amazing Al Lettieri). go to »
Shepard Menkensaid at 6:56 AM on Thu Nov 2 2017
He was also pretty awesome as the Joggernaut in the Ruby Spears Plastic Man cartoon. go to »
Rock n Rollsaid at 4:18 PM on Wed Nov 1 2017
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Will Ryan did a very good job with Rock 'n Roll. By his performance, I could tell that this was a former guitarist and surfer from LA. Will really had a cool attitude that fit the character perfectly.

Kevin Conway is just as good as Will. He just sounds pretty cool and laidback.

Frank Welker (the clip here is Will Ryan) just sounds too high-pitched and more like a nerd. Definitely not one of Frank's best roles. go to »
Multiple Mansaid at 4:11 PM on Wed Nov 1 2017
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I really like Dee Bradley Baker the most here. I like his somewhat easy-going attitude, which actually makes Multiple Man seem like an okay guy to hang around with.

Crispin Freeman works well as a villainous Multiple Man.

Wally Wingert is good, but he needs more material.

Eric Dane is decent.

David A. Kaye works for the Evolution version. go to »
Toadsaid at 4:05 PM on Wed Nov 1 2017
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Honestly, I like Frank Welker's Igor-esque take the most. It's exactly what I imagine to come out of the Toad's design. Plus, you can tell he's having a blast in the role.

Dave Wittenberg also works in his own way. I wish he could reprise the role someday.

Greg Cipes is actually pretty fun as the Lego version. He makes him so arrogant and full of himself.

Alexander Polinsky is good, but I think he's a better fit for Pyro than Toad.

Noel Fisher works for the Evolution version.

Armin Shimerman and A.J. Buckley just don't do it for me. go to »
Xamotsaid at 1:30 PM on Wed Nov 1 2017
I prefer Bell. His high voice contrasts really well with Corey Burton's slightly lower Tomax voice. go to »
Tomaxsaid at 1:29 PM on Wed Nov 1 2017
Corey Burton is better. go to »
Puppet Mastersaid at 11:17 AM on Wed Nov 1 2017
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I really like Bob Holt the most in this role. He does sound quite decrepit and yet, he also manages to be quite sympathetic, only wanting to give his stepdaughter Alicia a gift.

Neil Ross does sound good, but he's a little bit too villainous and not that sympathetic.

Alvin Sanders delivers a good performance, but he doesn't sound that decrepit.

James C. Mathis III is kinda generic. go to »
Drax the Destroyersaid at 11:13 AM on Wed Nov 1 2017
This one goes to Sobolov. go to »
Tim Talbotsaid at 5:20 PM on Tue Oct 31 2017
Happy birthday Tim Talbot!!!

I really enjoyed him as Ray Fogliano, Roy Mancini and the various Corleone Soldati in the Godfather II game!!! go to »
Grootsaid at 4:54 PM on Tue Oct 31 2017
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I really prefer Troy Baker the most. I feel the effects really help enhance his performance quite a bit, and his gruff voice does fit pretty well.

Kevin Michael Richardson is also great in the role. Yes, he's typecast, but he does a great job.

Michael Clarke Duncan... man, he doesn't sound that impressive. It's sad that this was actually one of his last roles before his passing.

Vin Diesel sounds kinda awkward and forced at times. go to »
Black Canarysaid at 10:33 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
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I honestly like Vanessa Marshall the most here. She sounds quite seductive and yet, she nails the mentor aspect they gave the character in YJ.

Grey DeLisle also sounds pretty good. She sounds quite youthful, spunky and adventurous.

Kari Wahlgren also works pretty well in the role. I really love her energy.

Morena Baccarin is kinda flat. I'm not big on her take.

Kari Wuhrer doesn't leave an impression on me.

Kelley Huston is meh. go to »
Boom Boomsaid at 10:29 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
I prefer Jennifer. go to »
Rupert Thornesaid at 10:29 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
I like both, but I'm leaning more towards Vernon. go to »
Iron Patriotsaid at 10:29 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
Weber sounds better here. go to »
Red Skullsaid at 10:28 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
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Peter Cullen is the voice that comes to my mind when I read the Red Skull's likes in the comics. His performance in Spider-Friends is perfect. He has the extreme intensity of Hitler and he does seem to be having a blast in the role. I do like his take on the solo Spidey cartoon, but his Spider-Friends take blows that out of the water.

Cedric Smith kinda reminds me of Matt Crowley's Der Teufel (from the Superman radio show). I really love the accent and the voice, and his performance is really great. Of course, it doesn't sound as savage and bombastic as Cullen's take, but I do think it's a solid and enjoyable performance.

Liam O'Brien also sounds pretty enjoyable in the role. He sounds a little bit too young, but he does deliver a fantastic performance.

Steve Blum does sound pretty good as well. He really sounds like a master strategist, but honestly, I feel there were some spots where he could have used a bit more of a Hitler-esque intensity (but when he does add it, he sounds great).

Earl Boen sounds incredibly nefarious, treacherous and wicked in the role. Of course, I think Cedric does the Der Teufel-esque performance better, Earl does a good job nonetheless, and I really love his evil laugh.

I also enjoyed David Warner (though if he had played him more, he should have added an accent), Mark Hamill (a great childish and senile performance), Keith Ferguson and Charlie Adler in the role.

Honestly, Paul Kligman is the only one that doesn't sound that good. He doesn't sound that threatening and his delivery is quite forced. go to »
Silvermanesaid at 10:15 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
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I honestly like Jeff Corey the most in this role. He has a great aged voice and a fantastic delivery. His performance in the Tablet of Time saga was really amazing.

Townsend Coleman does fit a younger Silvermane perfectly.

Paul Winchell is surprisingly good. A standout from the 1981 solo Spider-Man cartoon, he pretty much feels like a prototype of Corey's take.

Steve Blum does have a sort of timeless sound to his voice that fits the 2099 version well.

Miguel Ferrer... I'm sorry, I love Miguel Ferrer as an actor, but I honestly feel he was miscast here. I feel he would have worked better as Man-Mountain Marko. go to »
Bumblebeesaid at 4:33 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
@nikipotamus Yeah, but I felt that the performance didn't feel like Bumblebee. I think he would have fit someone like Hubcap or Tailgate more. go to »
Red Skullsaid at 4:15 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
@EPA Deane I personally think his Spider-Friends take was better because, in my mind, Red Skull should have the same type of intensity that Hitler had when he did his speeches. Otherwise, I don't see it working well.

His Spider-Friends take is exactly how I imagine Red Skull to sound in the comics. go to »
Bumblebeesaid at 3:48 AM on Tue Oct 31 2017
@nikipotamus Yeah, Will is still great despite the Hot Rod-esque sound.

Johnny felt too much like a typical Autobot recruit instead of being specific to Bumblebee. He lacks the adorability and charm of Dan and the charisma of Will. go to »
Dick Gautiersaid at 7:58 AM on Mon Oct 30 2017
@Starscreamsfan I meant "He managed to sound inspirational yet reluctant and doubtful of his own abilities." go to »
Dick Gautiersaid at 6:47 AM on Mon Oct 30 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Dick Gautier!!!

For me, he'll always be the perfect Hot Rod and Rodimus Prime. He sounded to sound inspirational yet reluctant and doubtful of his own abilities. Plus, I love how he subtly differentiates his Rodimus and Hot Rod voices ala Bud Collyer. Kinda makes me think that Dick would have been perfect as a George Reeves-esque Superman.

He was also awesome as Serpentor, Apeface and Firebolt and honestly, I've loved every role I've seen him play. go to »
Juggernautsaid at 8:27 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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I really like Ron Gans the most in here. His deep voice does sound pretty imposing and his slow delivery does fit a powerhouse like the Juggernaut.

William Marshall does sound powerful and imposing, but he's a bit too intellectual. I kinda wish they had cast Bob Holt as the Juggernaut, since they did use his Hulk roars in here, but Marshall does do a good job nonetheless.

Rick Bennett is also great in the role. He does sound powerful and imposing in the role.

Fred Tatasciore also sounds pretty powerful in the role.

Andrew Kishino also works pretty well in the role. He's perfect for the more lighthearted Lego version.

I also enjoyed Kyle Hebert, George Buza, Paul Dobson, John DiMaggio, Tom Kenny, Peter Lurie, Matt Willig, Travis Willingham and Kevin Michael Richardson in the role.

The UVA is the only dud here. go to »
Ymirsaid at 8:17 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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John Stephenson sounds great here. He sounds pretty imposing and godly in the role. I feel the echo effect helps his performance a lot.

Paul Eiding also sounds amazing in the role. Reminds me a lot of John.

Fred Tatasciore also sounds good.

Mitch Lewis is good, but a tad bit too light.

Tyler Bunch is deeper, but his performance isn't as good as Lewis. go to »
Baldersaid at 8:00 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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Michael Adamthwaite sounds pretty epic as Balder. He delivers a fantastic performance and he has a lot of presence.

Nolan North sounds like a mix between John Vernon and John Rhys-Davies. He's pretty good as well.

Dave Wittenberg sounds decent.

James Hampshire is meh. go to »
Malekith the Accursedsaid at 7:56 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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James C. Mathis III is incredible in this role. I love how hammy and bombastic he sounds in the role.

I really like Quinton Flynn's take too. He delivers a great performance and I love how devious he sounds in the role.

Crispin Freeman is surprisingly good.

Marc Thompson sounds great as well. go to »
Roadblocksaid at 7:46 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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I really like Kene Holliday the most here. His rhyming delivery is great and really makes Roadblock sound awesome and memorable.

Blu Mankuma (who played Roadblock in the DiC cartoon) also sounds great in the role. He has the delivery down and he has a pretty cool voice to boot.

Kevin Michael Richardson also works.

Steve Blum is okay, but not as memorable as the others. go to »
Wreckersaid at 7:38 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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J.B. Blanc sounds pretty enjoyable in the role. He has a great accent and his performance is tons of fun.

John DiMaggio also seems to be having the time of his life in this role.

Dave Wittenberg is also pretty solid in the role.

Charlie Adler sounds pretty hilarious. He has a great accent and he's tons of fun.

Steve Blum is kinda meh compared to the others. go to »
Volstaggsaid at 7:34 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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Jay Brazeau sounds exactly how I imagine Volstagg to sound like. He sounds quite cheerful and happy, as well as ready for the next fight.

Fred Tatasciore is good, but a bit too deep for my taste.

Ted Biaselli does have potential.

Brent Chapman sounds great as a younger Volstagg.

J. David Brimmer is also good. go to »
Dr. Mindbendersaid at 4:40 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
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Brian Cummings really did an awesome job as Dr. Mindbender. His performance is quite intense, and I really love his energy.

Charlie Schlatter works for what Renegades was going for.

Jim Foronda is generic. go to »
Tripwiresaid at 4:32 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
Rob leaves more of an impression. go to »
Gruntsaid at 4:31 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
I prefer Dan. go to »
Scarlettsaid at 4:24 AM on Sun Oct 29 2017
@8000 Saiyans Well, she doesn't leave that much of an impression compared to B.J., Suzanne, Leigh, Natalia and Lisa. go to »
Copperheadsaid at 7:42 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
Frank sounds great here. Maurice is decent, but Frank is much more energetic. go to »
Shao Kahnsaid at 7:41 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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This is my favorite role from John Vernon. He just has an imposing, ancient sound to his voice and he does deliver a fantastic performance. This is actually my ideal voice for Megatronus, since it does have quite the menacing presence, an ancient sound and power.

Michael Des Barres really surprised me here. He sounds almost exactly like John Vernon, though there are times where you can hear that he really is struggling to keep his voice sounding exactly like John (Michael has a pretty high voice, so this was pretty much new for him). But even with that, his performance still works.

Frank Welker's Darkseid voice does work for Kahn's only scene in the movie.

Bob Carter does work well in the role despite being a bit too brutish.

Patrick Seitz is basically a prototype of Bob Carter's take.

Steve Ritchie's original take is pretty much classic and tons of fun.

Nigel Casey is pretty bland. go to »
Scarlettsaid at 6:21 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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B.J. Ward is just classic as Scarlett. She had a great amount of energy and she really seemed to have quite a lot of fun in the role.

Suzanne Errett-Balcom, who played Scarlett in the DiC cartoon, is also pretty good. She's a nice replacement for B.J. and hits the same buttons as her.

Leigh Allyn Baker is quite good too. She does sound like a hybrid between B.J. and Rachel Nichols.

Natalia Cigliuti sounds pretty unique in the role, but I feel she would fit Lady Jaye better. Still, she delivers a pretty good performance.

Lisa Ann Beley is a natural choice for Scarlett, and she does deliver a good performance.

Veronica Taylor, Amy Birnbaum, Grey DeLisle and Marika Mashburn don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Lady Jayesaid at 6:15 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Mary McDonald Lewis was pretty much perfect as Lady Jaye. She really sounded unique and her performance was pretty solid overall. Plus, she had great chemistry with Bill Ratner's Flint.

Suzanne Errett-Balcom is less raspy than Mary, but she does work quite well. She could be quite funny and playful.

Kathleen Barr has potential, but she doesn't leave an impact.

Nika Futterman... same as Kathleen. go to »
Flintsaid at 6:09 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Bill Ratner's deep, commanding voice fits Flint perfectly. He really does sound like a leader and his performance is fantastic.

The VA from the DiC cartoon (I'm guessing it's Maurice LaMarche) sounds pretty good too despite the lighter voice.

Johnny Messner is also good.

Charlie Adler also works pretty well.

Brian Dobson has the right voice, but his performance is kinda generic. go to »
Red Kingsaid at 6:06 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
I prefer Hildreth. go to »
Dukesaid at 5:39 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Michael Bell has a great commanding presence and delivers an excellent performance all the way. Plus, his delivery of the "Yo Joe!!!" battlecry is just epic.

Ted Harrison, who played Duke in the DiC cartoon, has a deeper voice, but he does work pretty well too. He has a great commanding voice and he could be quite warm and caring at times.

Roger Craig Smith does sound pretty good in the role. I really wish he could reprise the role someday.

Jason Marsden works well as a younger Duke.

John Payne is better than the clip indicates, IMO. He does have a great inspirational tone and commanding presence.

I also enjoyed Greg Abbey and Steve Blum in the role.

Andrew Paull and Jake Minton don't work for me. go to »
Snow Jobsaid at 5:33 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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I really like Rob Paulsen's performance. He sounded like a really effective Arctic trooper and could be pretty friendly, like in the clip.

Scott McCray also works well in the role.

Nolan North is also good, but I like the others more. go to »
Sgt Savagesaid at 5:24 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
Scott really sounds like a war hero here. Mike isn't bad, but Scott is much more memorable. go to »
Storm Shadowsaid at 5:11 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Keone Young's take resonates the most with me. I feel the soft-spoken attitude fits Storm Shadow perfectly, making him a very disciplined and honorable warrior, yet he could sound pretty aggressive at the right times.

Despite the muddled accent, I do think Scott McNeil works as Storm Shadow after joining the Joe team. His performance really is quite energetic IMO.

Tim Joe, who played Storm Shadow in the Rise of Cobra game, does work quite well with what he's given.

Andrew Kishino sounds pretty similar to Tim.

Eric Bauza sounds good, but his delivery is kinda wonky.

Ty Olsson and Tom Wayland don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Hard Mastersaid at 5:03 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
I prefer Keone. go to »
Breakersaid at 5:03 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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I really like Christopher Collins the most here. He fits the original Breaker perfectly. He sounds geeky and I love the fact that he makes Breaker more absent-minded.

Charles Fathy fits the Abel Shaz version perfectly.

Greg Ellis is okay, but not too memorable for me. go to »
Major Bluddsaid at 5:00 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Michael Bell is really enjoyable in the role. I love his high-pitched voice and his accent and his performance has a great amount of energy.

Maurice LaMarche did a good job emulating Michael in the DiC cartoon. He does get quite a bit of fun moments.

Andre Sogliuzzo is alright, but he's not as fun as Michael or Maurice. go to »
Zaranasaid at 4:56 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
Lisa Corps is decent, but Lisa Raggio has much more energy and is a lot more memorable. go to »
Baronesssaid at 1:04 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Morgan Lofting is really great in the role. I love her accent and her energetic performance quite a lot. She could also be pretty fun and amusing at times.

Suzanne Errett-Balcom replaced Morgan in the second season of the DiC cartoon, and she does a pretty solid job. She does have the accent and her voice is pretty alluring. Her acting is also quite solid.

Grey DeLisle also works pretty well in the role. She has a great accent and a very nice alluring tone.

Tatyana Yassukovic also works pretty well in the role. She sounds like someone who means business.

Teryl Rothery is also great.

Kayzie Rogers and Susan Bishop don't work for me. go to »
Torchsaid at 12:48 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Frank Welker is tons of fun in the role. His raspy, gravelly voice with that accent fits Torch perfectly.

Matthew Yang King works for his version.

Ted Lewis is meh. go to »
Spiritsaid at 12:47 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Gregg Berger really did a good job at making Spirit a wise, sagely warrior. He does sound quite stoic, but he could be pretty warm at times.

Maurice LaMarche does a good job at emulating Gregg.

Marc Thompson also sounds good. go to »
Steelersaid at 12:38 PM on Sat Oct 28 2017
Chris most definitely. His performance in Worlds Without End was simply amazing. go to »
Destrosaid at 11:55 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Despite not having the Scottish accent, I really like Arthur Burghardt the most here. I feel his performance more than makes up for the lack of the accent. He just does a great acting job all the way and really made Destro a force to be reckoned with.

Maurice LaMarche's impression of Arthur is pretty good, although kinda light. But still, I must say that his performance is solid and it fits the tone of the DiC cartoon.

Isaac C. Singleton also does an amazing impression of Arthur.

Robin Atkin Downes really has Christopher Eccleston's delivery down pat despite the lighter voice. I really like him too.

Clancy Brown also works pretty well. He sounds quite charming in the role.

Scott McNeil also does a great job as Destro. He kinda reminds me of Gregg Berger.

Marc Thompson, Eric Bauza and Chris Burnham leave little impression on me. go to »
Zartansaid at 11:23 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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I really like Zack Hoffman the most in this role. He seems to be enjoying himself every single second and that makes his performance just great. Plus, that laugh is just a joy to listen to.

Brian Bloom plays a different version of Zartan, but he works quite well. I find his performance to be quite enjoyable.

Colin Murdock is good, but he doesn't get much to work with, unfortunately. Plus, he sounds a little bit more fitting for one of Zartan's Dreadnok underlings, since he sounds a bit too comical.

Steve Blum does sound mysterious, but he's too dark for my taste.

Marc Thompson does sound badass, but he never clicked with me at all. go to »
Blitzwingsaid at 4:35 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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I really prefer Ed Gilbert the most in this role. He nails Blitzwing's violent personality, but he also adds a more honorable side to the character in Five Faces of Darkness. I really enjoy his performance a lot.

Dave Boat is a good successor to Ed.

Bumper Robinson is good, I love his AHNOLD-esque voice, but he could get pretty tiresome quite easily at times. Also, they didn't make Wreck-Gar a TV talking machine, but they made Blitzwing this???

Alex Easley is jusy bland. go to »
Wreck-Garsaid at 4:29 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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This really is Tony Pope's best role. He gets to showcase his range in a grand manner, doing a vast array of impressions to sell the idea of Wreck-Gar being obsessed with TV. He can do so many impressions and they're really accurate all the time while also adding a pretty quirky sound to them.

Eric Idle is good, but he just doesn't sound as memorable as Pope.

Frank Welker would be at Pope's level with more material.

I'm sorry to say this, but Weird Al Yankovic disappointed me here. He doesn't get a chance to showcase his own range and he just doesn't change his voice like Tony did. Honestly, if Weird Al got another chance and played him more like Tony did while also making the role his own, I would like him more, but as it stands, I feel it feels kinda generic. go to »
Bulkheadsaid at 4:23 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
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Honestly, my ideal version of Bulkhead is a mix of both the old coot and the tough brawler with the heart of gold, and my ideal voice is George C. Scott, since I feel he would have been a good mix between the two.

Kevin Michael Richardson really does a good job as the brawler version of Bulkhead. He sounds tough, but he could also be pretty funny and warm. One of the best TFP performances.

French Tickner fits the old coot of Energon perfectly, having quite a lot of energy in the role.

Bill Fagerbakke is okay, but I always felt he sounded too soft and goofy in the role. go to »
Crosshairssaid at 4:17 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
I like Ross' relaxed Ronald Reagan-esque voice and delivery better. go to »
Waspinatorsaid at 4:15 AM on Sat Oct 28 2017
I prefer McNeil. go to »
Cyclonussaid at 2:07 PM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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Roger C. Carmel is my favorite here. Yeah, his voice was pretty inconsistent, but that's just a minor detail because his hammy performance is what sold it for me. As most voice actors say "everything is in the acting", and Roger's amazing acting made Cyclonus memorable.

Jack Angel is a natural replacement for Roger, but I wish he had more than four episodes to work with.

Liam O'Brien also does a good job at emulating Roger, but there are times where he could sound too forced.

Daran Norris fits the Armada version perfectly. I love how unhinged he sounds.

Don Brown is good, but honestly, I would have preferred Garry Chalk in this role.

Barry Gjerde sounds good, but his delivery is kinda forced at times. go to »
Hot Shotsaid at 1:27 PM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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I really like Mike McConnohie the most in this role. I like how authoritative he sounds in the role and he really could be fun at times.

Dublin James is pretty good for the younger Hot Shot of the Unicron Trilogy. I really think he fits UT Hot Shot the most.

Kirby Morrow is pretty good. He has some great energy and delivers a great performance overall.

Brent Miller is okay.

Bill Fagerbakke is pretty awkward. go to »
Blackarachniasaid at 1:10 PM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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Venus Terzo really did a good job as Blackarachnia. She does have a nice seductive attitude which fits this hot, poisonous and deadly spider lady perfectly.

Janet-Laine Green does a good job at emulating Venus.

Cree Summer is good, but I always found her to sound too... normal. Still, I think her performance is good enough to like her take. I just wish they had handled BA better in that show. go to »
Wheeljacksaid at 1:06 PM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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Christopher Collins really made Wheeljack sound like the mad scientist for the Autobots. He does sound pretty intellectual, but he could also be quite warm and friendly.

Christopher Swindle does a good job at taking over from the previous Chris. He sounds exactly the same and he hits the same buttons as his predecessor.

Jamie Alcroft sounds kinda like he's James Bond's "Q", which fits the DOTM incarnation perfectly.

Michael Daingerfield works as Armada Wheeljack.

George Coe really makes the character likeable and fun. Too bad he wasn't used much.

James Horan delivers one of the better performances of TFP, but I always found his version more Springer or Smokescreen rather than Wheeljack.

Alex Easley is bland. go to »
Black Panther / T'Challasaid at 9:54 AM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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James C. Mathis III is pretty epic in this role. He sounds commanding and he does deliver an incredible performances.

John Eric Bentley sounds pretty entertaining. He works for the Lego version perfectly.

Keith David also works perfectly in the role despite the lack of an accent.

Phil LaMarr is pretty awesome too.

Tim Russ also sounds good.

The others don't do it for me. go to »
Uliksaid at 9:48 AM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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I really like Troy Baker's performance the most. He sounds pretty imposing and it's a good example of Troy's range.

Kevin Michael Richardson also sounds pretty good.

Fred Tatasciore works quite well.

Steve Blum is decent. go to »
Sixshotsaid at 9:17 AM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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I like Neil Ross' more unhinged take in here. Despite having just one line, he does seem to give his all in the role and he does sound like a total badass.

Terry Klassen works for Energon Sixshot.

Mark Laity does sound pretty good, but I don't find him as memorable as Neil and his delivery suffers at times.

Simon Broad... even though he has a fitting voice, his delivery is too stilted for my taste. go to »
Radioactive Mansaid at 9:12 AM on Fri Oct 27 2017
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I really like Gillie Fenwick's hammy performance the most. I love his delivery and his voice is really quite quirky, making him sound radioactive. One of the better performances in those cartoons. May not have an accent, but I still feel he works well for Chen Wu.

Rick D. Wasserman is perfect for the Igor Stancheck incarnation. He has a really cool Russian accent and he gets to inject some fun into the performance.

Roger Craig Smith also works well for Stancheck, but I prefer Rick.

Don Luce also works well for the Chen Wu version.

James Sie's delivery is kinda weird and forced at places. go to »
Helasaid at 9:36 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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Janyse Jaud sounds incredible and epic in here. She has a nice, alluring tone yet she sounds incredibly unsettling.

Nika Futterman also does a great job, sounding pretty unsettling and alluring.

Katharine Chesterton is pretty good too.

Vanessa Marshall is decent, but I don't find her as memorable as the others. go to »
Dial-Tonesaid at 9:31 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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Hank Garrett's performance is really excellent. His delivery, combined with that high, nasally voice really fit this Telecommunications Expert to a tee.

Out of the female Dial-Tones, I prefer Aimee Miles. She sounds intellectual and peppy, and she does get quite a bit of fun lines.

Grey DeLisle is also good, but I think Aimee does this role better. go to »
Namor the Sub-Marinersaid at 9:28 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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Honestly, I like Bill Woodson the most in this role. He has a nice regal tone, and he nails the prideful and arrogant attitude of Namor. Plus, he was really funny with the line "That's not water, it's alcohol!!!"

Vic Perrin (the UVA) also works well in the role. A little bit light but he does have the prideful attitude and regal tone. One of the better performances in that cartoon.

John Vernon is quite impressive as well. He really does a good job as the first actor to play Namor and his take does hold up nicely (which is more than I can say for some of the other performances in this show).

Peter Renaday sounds pretty epic in the role. He's pretty similar to John Vernon.

Joe J. Thomas also does a good job in the role.

I also liked Michael Adamthwaite and Trevor Devall in the role.

James Warwick and Raul Trujillo don't sound that great. Their deliveries are kinda awkward.

Honorable mention: Garrick Hagon (BBC Spider-Man radio drama) go to »
Lockdownsaid at 9:18 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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Honestly, my ideal Lockdown voice is Regis Cordic. His guest role in the live-action Incredible Hulk episode "Homecoming" really had the sophistication and ruthlessness that I want from Lockdown.

Out of all the people here however, I prefer Gregg Berger the most in the role. He sounds quite sophisticated and smug and he does have some entertaining delivery.

Mark Ryan actually sounds like a mix between Ned Wever's Wolf (from the Superman radio show) and Regis Cordic's Quintesson voice. I really enjoy his take a lot and he does get a lot of great memorable lines. I also like how Lockdown had a sense of superiority and felt that humans and Cybertronians were beneath him. I still prefer Gregg more, but Mark was pretty good too.

Joey Camen (who played Lockdown in the DOTM Wii game) sounds pretty good too. He does sound pretty threatening and relentless, but doesn't leave the impact that Gregg and Mark left on me.

I'm sorry to say this, but even going beyond this clip, I never liked Lance Henriksen's take at all. He doesn't feel that threatening to me (especially compared to his Grim Reaper from EMH) and I think he sounds too soft and nice for the role. Honestly, I feel Lance could work as other TF characters (Greatshot), but as Lockdown, he never did it for me.

Bronco D. Jackson is generic. go to »
Octanesaid at 9:08 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
Beau Weaver really brings this smug conman to life. go to »
Wheeliesaid at 9:07 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
Frank's more memorable and adorable. go to »
Dreadwingsaid at 9:06 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
I like Tony Todd's performance, despite the fact that the character was completely wasted. Tatasciore does a good job at doing an impression of Todd. go to »
Betty Rosssaid at 4:58 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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I've always been partial to B.J. Ward's take. She's playing the best version of Betty IMO. She did have a nice intellectual sound, but she also plays her as a really daring action girl. She was pretty involved in the stories and she managed to get out of trouble by herself quite a few times.

I was surprised to see Philece Sampler as Betty, since she played a love interest for Dr. Banner in a season four episode of the 70's live-action Hulk TV show. Here, she's just great. She nails Betty's sweetness, and delivers a pretty strong performance.

Genie Francis is good, but I prefer Philece a bit more.

Nicole Oliver is pretty good in the role, but I wish she got more material.

Vita Linder works for Betty's early appearances.

Liv Tyler does sound good, but she kinda lacks energy at times.

The others just don't do it for me. go to »
General Thunderbolt Rosssaid at 4:46 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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Personally, I prefer General Ross to be an authoritative figure who can have his fair share of comedic moments, and I feel the only one that balances humor and authority here is Robert Ridgely. He does sound like a stern, commanding, experienced authority figure, yet he could be a warm father figure towards Betty and he could get some really entertainingly delivered lines.

John Vernon hits the same buttons as Bob, but I feel he plays him too serious for my taste. Still, he does a good job and he does have some warmth in his take.

Keith Ferguson does a good job as well, but once again, I think he's a bit too serious.

If Clancy Brown got more to work with, I feel he would be on the same level as Bob. And judging by his Red Hulk, he could pull off the more fun moments quite well.

Paul Kligman is actually a bit entertaining in the role, but he kinda lacks authority. Still, not bad.

I also liked William Hurt and Eric Bauza in the role.

David Allen Thomas is meh. go to »
Red Hulksaid at 4:29 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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Honestly, I think I like Fred Tatasciore more as Red Hulk than regular Hulk. He's not bad as Hulk, but I always felt he did this role better. He is quite aggressive and ruthless and he also sounds quite intelligent at the same time.

Clancy Brown is also pretty good in the role. He really is fun in the role. Honestly, this is one of those performances where Clancy is really used well.

The UVA is generic. go to »
Vandal Savagesaid at 4:21 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
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This is one of Miguel Ferrer's best VO performances. His subdued, raspy voice has a very decrepit and ancient sound and his performance is just fantastic.

Phil Morris is good, but he doesn't have the unsettling sound of Ferrer.

Brian Talbot doesn't sound that threatening at all. go to »
Kursesaid at 4:15 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
Kane's performance is stronger. go to »
Technovoresaid at 4:14 AM on Thu Oct 26 2017
Both are good, but I prefer Schultz. go to »
Cliffjumpersaid at 4:35 PM on Wed Oct 25 2017
And forgot about Steve Blum. He's actually pretty good IMO. He's right in-between North and Brown. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 3:01 AM on Wed Oct 25 2017
@EPA Deane That's why I'm not big on Ultimate MJ. Doesn't stand out as much as her original incarnation.

I prefer cool, groovy girl MJ, 'cause it makes her different from Gwen Stacy. go to »
Galactussaid at 6:43 AM on Tue Oct 24 2017
@8000 Saiyans I'll give Tony and James this, though: they still manage to sound imposing despite their lighter voices. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 4:50 AM on Tue Oct 24 2017
@EPA Deane 90's MJ is miles sweeter and friendlier than TFP Arcee (who I just felt was overbearingly annoying and unfriendly).

Plus, I think sisterly approach fits Liz Allan, Gwen Stacy or Debra Whitman more. I feel MJ should be more of a party girl with a groovy attitude.

And so far, she doesn't come off as pouty to me. I feel she's quite cheerful a lot of times. go to »
Galactussaid at 4:42 AM on Tue Oct 24 2017
@8000 Saiyans Compared to Ted and Jonathan, they kinda are. go to »
Emma Frost / White Queensaid at 11:53 AM on Mon Oct 23 2017
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Susan Silo is my favorite here. She has a great delivery and a really awesome voice to boot. I also liked how seductive she sounded on that first line in the clip.

Tracey Moore also sounds good in the role. I like her devious tone and her delivery is quite great.

Kari Wahlgren is one of the standouts from WatXM. I really like the accent and she sounds pretty seductive as well.

Erica Schroeder also sounds pretty good. I like her delivery and her voice is kinda soothing to listen to.

Grey DeLisle also sounds pretty good.

The others don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Alpha Trionsaid at 11:47 AM on Mon Oct 23 2017
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This is one of John Stephenson's most unique roles. He sounds like a wise sage and he does have a great warm and wise tone to his voice which fits the character perfectly.

Tony Pope works perfectly for a younger Alpha Trion. He sounds quite cool and I like his smooth talking attitude.

Corey Burton is also good, but I feel Tony did the younger Alpha Trion better.

George Takei does have a sagely sound to his voice, but I feel his performance is a bit too plain (especially compared to his Yoketron).

Phil LaMarr is not that memorable.

Rik Thomas... LOL!!! go to »
Scavengersaid at 9:42 AM on Mon Oct 23 2017
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I really like Don Messick a lot in the role, particularly his performance in the episode "The Core". I really felt he nailed Scavenger's penchant to prove himself to his fellow Constructicons.

Andre Sogliuzzo sounds like some of Don's other characters (Kurrgo) rather than Scavenger, but he works well enough.

Ward Perry works quite well for what Armada was going for. He has a great smug attitude and he's pretty badass. go to »
Ace the Bat-Houndsaid at 3:55 AM on Mon Oct 23 2017
I prefer McNeil. go to »
Bonksaid at 10:24 AM on Sun Oct 22 2017
Rollins works better. go to »
Norman Osbornsaid at 4:36 AM on Sun Oct 22 2017
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Dennis Marks (incorrectly listed as Neil Ross here) sounds pretty good in the role. I really like how they made Norman afraid of his other side in the show and Dennis does a good job at making Norman more sympathetic.

Steven Weber is pretty good as well. He really sounds like a benign guy at first, but he also nails Norman's manipulative side.

Neil Ross was much better in the 90's Spidey cartoon than in the 81 solo one, where he sounded exceedingly forced and raspy. He really did a good job at making Osborn a shrewd manipulator.

Neil Kaplan also sounds pretty good. He does sound quite manipulative in the role.

Oddly enough, Willem Dafoe sounds much more energetic as Osborn than the Goblin. He really does a good job here.

Alan Rachins doesn't click with me at all. go to »
Harry Osbornsaid at 4:27 AM on Sun Oct 22 2017
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Matt Lanter really sounds great in the role. He makes Harry a pretty likeable fellow and I could see him pulling off Goblin Harry quite well.

Gary Imhoff is actually better than the clip indicates. I feel he really makes Harry quite likeable and he has some great chemistry with Christopher Daniel Barnes.

I feel Josh Keaton fits Harry better than Spider-Man. He really does quite a good emulation of James Franco.

James Arnold Taylor is okay, but kinda meh.

James Franco worked better in the movies.

Ian Ziering and Kevin Dorman don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Prowlsaid at 6:46 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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I really like Michael Bell the most as Prowl. He really makes him sound like a dependable, intelligent military strategist.

Wankus is pretty fun with his particular version, making Prowl a very uptight and by-the-book officer.

Alistair Abell is okay.

I'm not that big on Jeff Bennett's version. I could never get invested on the version he played. go to »
Slagsaid at 6:28 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
I prefer Ross. With that high voice, I think he made Slag sound kinda cute. go to »
Slagsaid at 6:28 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
I prefer Ross. With that high voice, I think he made Slag sound kinda cute. go to »
Ransacksaid at 6:26 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
Chirillo really made this character memorable. go to »
Beta Ray Billsaid at 6:23 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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Steve Blum sounds pretty epic here. I love how stoic and honorable he sounds in the role.

Pat Fraley is also very good in the role. He fits the SHS version perfectly.

Paul Dobson also sounds awesome.

Karl Pruner sounds weird in the role. go to »
Predakingsaid at 6:14 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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For me, it's a tie between Bud Davis and Peter Mensah.

Bud Davis has a nice beastly voice and some great acting in the role. I love how aggressive he sounded, which made Predaking quite the threat.

Peter Mensah also works well in the role. He sounds pretty savage and violent. One of the better TFP performances.

Rik Thomas... blegh. go to »
Ms. Marvelsaid at 6:11 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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Honestly, Roscoe Handford is closer to how I imagine Miss Marvel to sound like, despite not having too much material. She has a nice commanding tone and her delivery is great.

Danielle Nicolet sounds a bit too young, but she does deliver a fantastic perfomance. She's pretty energetic and adds a nice spunky attitude.

Grey DeLisle also sounds pretty good. She really has improved a lot since SHS.

Jennifer Hale also sounds pretty good. She's quite authoritative and she could be quite fun at times.

April Stewart also works well in the role. However, her delivery needs a little polishing.

Tena Nelson is meh. go to »
Ramjetsaid at 6:00 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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Jack Angel really makes Ramjet sounds like a brute without overdoing it. His gruff voice just fits the role perfectly and he could be pretty entertaining at times.

Brad Davidorf is good, but I feel he makes Ramjet sound a little bit too stupid.

Tom Kenny just doesn't fit the character. go to »
Slipstreamsaid at 5:57 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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Roger Craig Smith, despite playing a very different Slipstream, actually is more memorable than the two ladies. He does a pretty good job as a youthful and eager trainee and he does seem to have fun in the role.

Honestly, out of the two ladies, I prefer Jessica Straus. I feel she makes Slipstream her own character instead of just a Starscream clone. She sounds sexy, spunky and playful.

I really feel that the clones were one of the many weak points of TFA. Tara Strong does sound like a female version of Starscream, but unfortunately, I feel this doesn't let Slipstream be more unique. go to »
Trackssaid at 5:47 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
Both are good, but McConnohie leaves much more of an impression. go to »
Wing Sabersaid at 5:45 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
Kelamis is much more memorable. go to »
Centurysaid at 2:42 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
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Jim Cummings sounds really cool here. He has a really nice sombre sound to his voice and his delivery is quite solid.

Tom Kane does sounds cool, but he tends to sound too corny at times.

James Warwick is meh. go to »
Trypticonsaid at 2:37 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
I prefer Garrett. I feel he mixes humor and menace perfectly. go to »
Ultra Magnussaid at 2:36 PM on Sat Oct 21 2017
@Starscreamsfan Oh, and I forgot about Jamieson Price. Sounded lighter than I expected, but still really good. He's fourth. go to »
Cliffjumpersaid at 4:14 PM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I really like Casey Kasem a lot in this role. It is very different from his Robin from SuperFriends and Mark from Battle of the Planets, yet still recognizable enough. He really nailed Cliffjumper's impulsive personality perfectly.

Nolan North is also quite good in the role. He does have some great youthful energy and he also has great chemistry with Troy Baker's Jazz.

Billy Brown is the best of the two TFP VAs, making Cliffjumper quite affable and a fun smooth talker.

The Rock works in the role, but he didn't last too long, so that doesn't make him as memorable as Brown.

Doron Bell, Jr. is decent.

David Kaye is pretty generic. go to »
Scratchsaid at 4:05 PM on Fri Oct 20 2017
Phil FTW. A-HAHAHAAAAAAA!!! go to »
Galactussaid at 3:53 PM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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"The game is ended. The prize is lost. But I have seen a glint of glory within the race of men. It shall one day lift you to the stars... or bury you in the ruin of war. The choice is yours. Farewell."

I honestly like Ted Cassidy the most here. His performance is quite possibly the crown jewel of the 1967 Fantastic Four cartoon. He played Galactus with a great theatrical flair and the way he delivers his final speech is perfect (I honestly wish that last speech was used in this VC clip). He truly made Galactus a proud yet noble being who was above good or evil. Honestly, whenever I read the Galactus trilogy, I imagine Ted's imposing voice.

Now we get to the straightforward evil Galactus category. Jonathan Adams delivers a good performance and he really sounds imposing, but like the next performers, I feel he sounds too evil in the role.

John DiMaggio works for the Lego version. His performance is quite enjoyable despite being too evil.

Tony Jay also delivers a good performance, but his voice is kinda light IMO. And like DiMaggio and Adams, he sounds too evil.

Gregg Berger, again, solid performance, but too much on the evil side.

James Blendick and George Takei work well in the role, but I feel they're too light in the role. If I had to pick one of these two, it would be Blendick, since he does sound pretty imposing. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 2:24 PM on Fri Oct 20 2017
@EPA Deane Well, maybe the writers liked Felicia more.

Still, I don't think MJ in that show is as bad as a lot of people say. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 1:34 PM on Fri Oct 20 2017
@EPA Deane From what I've seen so far (since I've been watching the show lately), I don't think she is badly written.

Badly designed, however... go to »
M. Bisonsaid at 11:46 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Honestly, the only one that comes close to Raul Julia's excellent performance as Bison is Richard Newman. He's just so enjoyable in the role and he seems to be having the fun of his life in the role.

Gerald C. Rivers has some good delivery, but I feel his voice sounds too deep.

Tom Wyner has the better voice, but his delivery was kind of stilted at times. go to »
Grimlocksaid at 9:58 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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This is quite possibly Gregg Berger's best role. He's just tons of fun as Grimlock, making him a really formidable warrior as well as a funny and charming character.

Khary Payton does work pretty well in the role too. His Mr. T-esque voice is just a joy to listen to and really made Grimlock his own character.

Tom Wyner works for 2001 RiD Grimlock.

Crispin Freeman does a decent imitation of Gregg Berger, but honestly, I do get the feeling that it's pretty hard for him to do that voice, 'cause it sounds pretty forced at times.

David Kaye's impression of Gregg Berger is just too goofy and corny for my taste. go to »
Ultra Magnussaid at 9:53 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I really like Jack Angel the most in this role. He had a nice, commanding tone yet he could be warm and caring when the time called for it. Plus, he has a lot of great interactions with Dick Gautier's Rodimus. His delivery is pretty reminiscent of Richard Crenna's Colonel Trautman, which I also like.

Robert Stack does a nice job as Ultra Magnus, but I felt there were times where you can tell he had never done voiceover gigs before, which kinda makes it distracting for me. He's not bad, but his delivery could get wonky at times.

Kim Strauss works for 2001 RiD Magnus. He sounds pretty cocky and badass. He sort of reminds me of Perry King's Han Solo without Perry's trademark wiseguy accent.

Michael Ironside is a perfect casting choice for Magnus, but man, he was wasted in the role. Magnus was just the resident whipping boy and damsel-in-distress of the latter part of TFP, and that really annoyed me.

Jeff Bennett's Robert Stack impression is incredibly awkward. He just sounds forced in the role.

Barry Gjerde is pretty flat. go to »
Galvatronsaid at 9:43 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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To be honest, I always liked Frank Welker's G1 take the most. He is just so insane and overbearing that I feel works perfectly for the character. I always felt that Galvatron is a rejuvenated Megatron (hence the lack of a rasp) who can't really cope with the amount of power he has. Frank's G1 voice is the voice I imagine coming out of Galvatron II in the Marvel Comics.

Leonard Nimoy works for Galvatron before Unicron was destroyed, but I can't really see this working after Unicron's destruction.

Daniel Riordan is incredibly enjoyable in the role. He sounds pretty insane and overbearing, which fits the role perfectly.

David Kaye is pretty good, but not as memorable as the previous three.

Jeff Manning has a really nice slow delivery and he seems to be haaaaviiiiiing fuuuuuun cheeeeewiiiiing theeeee... sceeeeneeeeryyyyy. One of the best performances in that game.

Rik Thomas is laughably bad. I mean, his delivery is terrible, but that's what made his take so memorable and quotable. go to »
Shockwavesaid at 9:36 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Shockwave is one of Corey Burton's most memorable roles. His David Warner-esque voice just works perfectly for the character and I really love his cold, calculating delivery.

Darryl Kurylo does a really good job at emulating Corey. He has the same type of delivery and does sound quite intellectual.

Steve Blum does sound great in the role as well. The sneering mad scientist vibe works pretty well.

Daniel Riordan feels like a prototype of David Sobolov's version. He really sounds great in the role.

Speaking of which, David Sobolov sounds pretty creepy, menacing and badass as Shockwave. One of the best performances in TFP. As I said before, he kinda reminds me of Stanley Ross' Brainiac, and just for that, I want to hear him play Brainiac someday.

Barry Gjerde, Brian Drummond and Frank Welker just don't fit. go to »
Ratchetsaid at 9:29 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I always imagine Don Messick's voice whenever I read Ratchet's lines in the old Marvel comic books. He has a gruff voice, yet he's friendly, relatable and fun to hang around with.

At first, I really didn't like Jeffrey Combs' take on Ratchet. I always felt they made him too grumpy. But he was great in the 2015 RiD cartoon, where I felt Ratchet was much closer to his Marvel incarnation. His more laidback personality there really felt like the Ratchet I know and love.

Robert Foxworth has a pretty epic voice and some really awesome delivery. I really wish they did more with Ratchet in the movies, though.

Wally Burr does work pretty well in the role, too. He does have a pretty nice laidback tone.

Fred Tatasciore also sounds pretty awesome.

Jack Merluzzi, Corey Burton and Bronco D. Jackson just don't work for me. go to »
Arceesaid at 9:20 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Just like Dick Gautier is my definitive Hot Rod/Rodimus voice, Susan Blu is my definitive Arcee voice. She manages to balance toughness and sweetness perfectly. I honestly prefer her G1 take more, 'cause in Animated, she only was used as a plot device and never got to show her fighting skills.

Kari Wahlgren is a really nice successor to Sue. She is quite spunky and energetic in the role. I hope she gets another crack at the role.

Sharon Alexander delivers a good performance despite the awful material she got. Like Kari, I wish she got another chance to play the role.

Grey DeLisle also sounds great in the role. I just wish she got more material to work with.

I'm sorry to say this, but Sumalee Montano's take is extremely disappointing. I blame the writing more than Sumalee, 'cause I feel she could have pulled it off if the writers didn't make Arcee so unlikable in the show. If she returns in the 2015 RiD cartoon, I hope that she gets better material to work with (just like Jeffrey Combs did).

Lenne Hardt is decent but kinda generic. go to »
Ironhidesaid at 9:11 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Peter Cullen's Wallace Beery/Chill Wills hybrid voice works best for me. He does fit the character perfectly, and he nails Ironhide's ornery personality.

Keith Szarabajka also works perfectly in the role. He has a great gruff voice and he also nails the stubborness of the character.

Michael McConnohie is pretty enjoyable in the role. He does seem to be channeling Peter Cullen, but also adding a bit of his own.

Jess Harnell's British "Dirty Harry" voice is a treat to listen to. He's quite enjoyable in the role and does a good job in keeping the character's essence intact.

Mark Ryan is actually quite impressive. He pulls off a nice southern accent and a nice gruff voice.

Russ Veillard, Matt Hill, Corey Burton and Bronco D. Jackson just don't do it for me. go to »
Jazzsaid at 9:04 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Scatman Crothers is just classic as Jazz. He had this great raspy cool cat sort of voice that fits the character stylish personality perfectly.

Arif S. Kinchen also sounds great. He has some great energy and a pretty awesome cool attitude.

Troy Baker does an incredible Scatman Crothers emulation. It's a pretty awesome example of his range.

Frank Welker also does a good impression of Crothers.

Wally Burr sounds a little bit too casual, but at least he has the cool cat attitude down from what I can tell.

I also enjoyed Andrew Kishino and Scott Whyte in the role.

Alex Easley, Darius McCrary and Phil LaMarr just don't do it for me. Easley's delivery is pretty wonky, McCrary sounds too gangsta and LaMarr would fit Beachcomber better. go to »
Soundwavesaid at 8:57 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I really like Frank Welker's take the most. Both his filtered take and his unfiltered evil Barry White voice work perfectly for the character. I prefer him with the effects, but he still sounds good without the vocoder.

Isaac C. Singleton, Jr. also works well in the role. Although unlike Frank, I prefer Isaac's voice without the vocoder (as it was in the DOTM game) 'cause it reminded me of Bill Martin's Umbra from Mighty Orbots. He's pretty solid.

Peter Jessop's clip has many of his lines playing at the same time, hence why he sounds kinda unintelligible, but when you play the game, you can hear him more clearly. It's kind of a more polished version of Robert Belgrade's take.

Robert O. Smith works for the Cybertron version, though it's kinda strange to hear Soundwave without the monotone sound.

Garry Chalk has the monotone sound, but it sounds pretty off for some reason.

Robert Belgrade, Jeff Bennett and Bronco D. Jackson are average. go to »
Bumblebeesaid at 8:49 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Honestly, I like Dan Gilvezan the most as Bumblebee. I must say, he just makes the character friendly, relatable and kinda cute.

Will Friedle works for a more mature 'Bee. He is tons of fun and he does deliver a nice performance, but I always felt he would be a better Hot Rod than Bumblebee. Still, I like him.

Erik Aadahl worked pretty well in the Last Knight. His voice does fit the live-action design quite well.

Mark Ryan doesn't sound that good in the 2007 movie, but he really sounded good in Transformers: Beginnings and the ROTF game. I really liked how cool he sounded in the ROTF game with those radio static-like effects.

Johnny Yong Bosch is okay, but honestly, I feel he's kind of one-note. I like a lot of the performances in WFC, but this one is kind of the weaker ones.

Jack Merluzzi and Bumper Robinson just get in my nerves. go to »
Grim Reapersaid at 6:04 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I really like Robin Atkin Downes here. He has a pretty awesome raspy voice and he sounds quite unhinged.

Lance Henriksen sounds so menacing and sinister in the role. It's definitely an improvement over his Lockdown IMO.

Rick D. Wasserman also sounds pretty good.

Roger Craig Smith is good, but he sounds more like a bully than a credible threat.

The UVA doesn't fit at all. go to »
Serpentorsaid at 5:59 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
Dick Gautier is just perfect as Serpentor. LaMarche sounds good, but he doesn't sound as natural as Dick. go to »
Karate Kidsaid at 5:58 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
I prefer Ferguson. go to »
Glory Grantsaid at 5:56 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
I meant 70's Spidey TV show. go to »
Glory Grantsaid at 5:44 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
Both Nell and Cree do a good job. They both remind me of Chip Fields' Rita in the 70's Spidey cartoon. Cree has the voice, but Nell has the delivery. Giving a slight edge to Nell. go to »
Silver Sablesaid at 5:40 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I really like Jennifer Hale's badass attitude and accent. She really sounds like she means business.

Mira Furlan also sounds pretty badass, but she also sounds quite sexy and I really like her accent too.

Mary Elizabeth McGlynn has a very neat badass attitude. The accent might be a little bit too unnoticeable, but I still like her take.

Virginia Madsen also sounds pretty good in the role.

Nikki Cox is pretty bland in the role. go to »
Jon Talbainsaid at 5:34 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
Both are good, but I prefer Tockar. go to »
Hsien Kosaid at 5:34 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Hunter MacKenzie Austin sounds great in the role. She has quite a bit of youthful energy and spunk which I really enjoy.

Lisa Ann Beley sounds pretty badass in the role.

Nicole Oliver has a fitting voice, but her delivery would get pretty stilted and unnatural at times. Not one of her best roles, IMO. go to »
Feliciasaid at 5:31 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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I've been getting pretty used to G.K. Bowes' take lately. I think out of all the high-pitched actresses here, she sounds the most natural and cute.

Lisa Ann Beley... I admit, I'm kinda biased since Lisa is one of my favorite Vancouver VAs, but she doesn't do a half-bad job here. Too bad her version of the character had to be paired with the awkward kid character of Harry.

Janyse Jaud is good, but I felt her delivery could get wonky at times.

Melissa Fahn sounds pretty forced, especially when you compare her to G.K. go to »
Huitzilsaid at 5:26 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
The actor from the Darkstalkers cartoon (Ian Corlett?) is quite fun in the role. Perry is good to, but I don't find him as memorable go to »
Morrigan Aenslandsaid at 5:17 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Siobhan Flynn delivers the best performance here, IMO. She sounds playful, seductive and her delivery is solid. I wasn't quite sold on her at first, but I quickly got used to her.

Saffron Henderson makes Morrigan more villainous, but honestly, she's tons of fun in the role. She manages to get some pretty hilarious moments and she has good chemistry with Mike Donovan's Demitri.

Kathleen Barr is okay, but she's not as good as Siobhan or as wacky fun as Saffron.

Erin Fitzgerald's delivery is pretty forced and awkward. go to »
Balrogsaid at 5:10 AM on Fri Oct 20 2017
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Although Balrog didn't do much in the cartoon, I think Paul Dobson strikes the perfect balance between brutishness and smoothness, which makes his take a good middle ground between Bob Carter and Joe Romersa.

Bob Carter nails the brutish side of Balrog, but he sounds a little bit too brutish.

Joe Romersa nails the smooth talking side of Balrog, but he lacks the aggressiveness. go to »
John Lithgowsaid at 6:36 AM on Thu Oct 19 2017
Happy birthday John Lithgow!!!

He was really awesome as Master Yoda in the NPR Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi radio dramas. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 3:06 AM on Thu Oct 19 2017
@8000 Saiyans I absolutely agree with you. Vanessa is much better playing superheroines. Her MJ would fit someone like Liz Allan better. go to »
Mary Jane Watsonsaid at 6:14 PM on Wed Oct 18 2017
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Honestly, whenever I read MJ's lines in the comic books, I imagine a groovy, far out 60's chick voice, and Peg Dixon sounds exactly like that. She has the right mannerisms ("daddy-o" and "dig") and it's the voice I imagine coming out of John Romita's design.

Tara Strong sounds pretty cool. It works for a more modernized take on the character, but still, I wish she had more of that 60's sound. I still like her take, though.

I honestly find Sara Ballantine's take very underrated. She has the attitude and the 60's everyday girl sound down perfectly. Kinda saddens me that her take is pretty reviled by many.

Jennifer Hale sounds good, but a little bit too Gwen Stacy-ish.

Kari Wahlgren is also pretty good in the role. I hope she gets to reprise it.

I also enjoyed Dana Seltzer and Laura Vandervoort in the role.

Catherine O'Connor, Lisa Loeb, Kirsten Dunst, Andrea Taylor and Vanessa Marshall sound incredibly dull and bland in the role. go to »
Mr Tsaid at 9:11 AM on Wed Oct 18 2017
@EPA Deane AH WANT BALBOA!!! go to »
General Hawksaid at 7:10 AM on Wed Oct 18 2017
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This, IMO, is Ed Gilbert's best role. He has a great authoritative tone, but he also can be quite warm and caring. Plus, his performance in the DiC episode "That's Entertainment" really is a great one, showcasing Hawk as an easily-excitable comedy movie buff.

Although I was disappointed that they didn't bring Ed back for the second season of the DiC cartoon, they picked a perfect replacement. This was David Kaye's very first VO gig and he really did a good job at taking over from Ed. He just hits the same buttons as Ed, being authoritative yet warm and funny at the right times.

John Stephenson is a good choice, but he only got one episode to work, so he's not as well-rounded as Ed or David.

Josh Robert Thompson does a good Dennis Quaid impression. He does sound like someone who means business.

Lee Majors' take in G.I. Joe Renegades was also pretty good. He played an older version of the character, yet he still works perfectly.

Phil Hayes is also solid.

Anthony Salerno and Nathan Allen just don't do it for me. go to »
Wild Billsaid at 6:54 AM on Wed Oct 18 2017
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This is a really great showcase of Frank Welker's range. He seems to be having a lot of fun as Wild Bill and he is just so energetic in the role. Whenever Wild Bill talked, it was memorable.

Zach Hanks is pretty solid. Not as energetic as Welker, but pretty good.

Charlie Schlatter does have potential in the role. I wish he played it again someday.

Steve Blum is okay, but he's too subdued for my taste.

Don S. Davis has some great energy, but there were times where I felt his delivery was kinda off. go to »
Wolverinesaid at 3:30 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
@8000 Saiyans Yup, that's true. I actually heard an interview with Pat recently at Saturday Morning Rewind, where he recreated his Wolverine voice, and it sounded a little bit more gruffer and stoic and the accent was almost unnoticeable. go to »
Cyclopssaid at 3:25 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
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I really like Michael Bell the most in this role. He's exactly how I imagine Cyclops to sound like: heroic, compassionate and with a no-nonsense attitude and a commanding tone. He really nailed it and I really wish he had played the role more.

Neil Ross (incorrectly listed as George DiCenzo) is pretty good too. It's basically a more younger take of his Springer voice and it works pretty well.

Stan Jones (incorrectly listed as Neil Ross) sounds like a precursor to Norm Spencer's take. It's rather surprising to hear Stan as a hero, but he does work well enough despite the deeper voice.

Norm Spencer, again, deeper voice, but a fantastic performance. He really performed the role well and I really liked his chemistry with Catherine Disher's Jean Grey and Cedric Smith's Xavier.

Scott Porter also works well. He has a really nice attitude and his delivery is pretty solid.

I also enjoyed Kirby Morrow, Robin Atkin Downes, Josh Keaton, Scott MacDonald, Nolan North (more for his Lego performance), Mark Hildreth, Greg Abbey, Zach Hanks, Carlos Alazraqui and Trevor Devall in the role.

Ray Landry, Tim Harrison and the UVA are unremarkable.

Len Birman (incorrectly listed as Vic Perrin) is extremely generic and unfitting. go to »
Joe (Robbie) Robertsonsaid at 3:10 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
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Despite having only one line, I really want to hear more of Troy Baker as Robbie. He could pull it off if he was given another chance, but as it stands, he sounds pretty good. I feel he sounds pretty close to Hilly Hicks (who played Robbie in the 1977 live-action Spider-Man pilot).

Oddly enough, I first thought Rodney Saulsberry was Dorian Harewood. They sound pretty similar and if it weren't for the end credits, I wouldn't know this was Rodney. But still, he does a pretty good job as Robbie.

Alfonso Ribeiro works perfectly for a younger Robbie.

Lee Bailey (incorrectly listed as Buster Jones) is one of the better performances in that cartoon. A little one note, but it works.

Phil LaMarr sounds good, but like Bailey, he feels a little bit one-note.

Charlie Robinson is decent.

Jeff Coopwood sounds a little bit too weird for my taste. go to »
Wolverinesaid at 2:56 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
@8000 Saiyans Right, just tweak it a little bit to sound gruffer and it would be perfect. go to »
Tombstonesaid at 2:52 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
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Honestly, despite the lack of material, Nolan North is pretty much the closest to how I imagine Tombstone to sound in the comics. I really wish he could reprise the role someday.

Dorian Harewood also sounds pretty awesome in the role. He's quite threatening and he does get some fun lines at times.

Kevin Michael Richardson is good, but I feel he's too sophisticated in the role. Still, out of the two SSM actors (which are meant to be playing a more sophisticated version), he's the better one.

Normally, I like Keith David's work, but here, I feel he sounds too plain. go to »
Green Goblinsaid at 2:46 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
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I really like Len Carlson the most as the Green Goblin. He delivered an extremely enjoyable performance and he did seem to have tons of fun with the role. If the 90's Spidey cartoon was done in Toronto instead of LA, Len should have reprised the role (while playing Osborn using his Senator Kelly voice).

Dennis Marks is second. He hits the same notes as Len while also adding a mad scientist vibe to his delivery. I can tell why Alan Dinehart liked Dennis' Goblin voice a lot. He just seems to love hamming it up as Gobby.

I was pleasantly surprised with Travis Willingham here. He pulls off a higher voice quite nicely and he does seem to be having fun in the role.

Nolan North also delivers a fun performance as Goblin. Again, this is a good showcase of Nolan's range.

Jim Cummings sounds incredibly creepy and sinister in the role. I feel he fits the Ultimate version of the character quite well.

I also enjoyed Neil Ross, Rino Romano, Peter Lurie, Neil Kaplan, Roger Jackson, Steve Blum, Armin Shimerman, Tom Kenny, Yuri Lowenthal and Steven Weber in the role.

I enjoyed Willem Dafoe in the movie, but I feel that he lacks a bit of energy at times in the game. go to »
Wolverinesaid at 2:31 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
@8000 Saiyans I agree with you about McNeil. Although I liked his Wolverine, he and Mike Donovan should have switched roles (especially since to me, Donovan's Sabretooth sounds closer to what Pat Pinney would do as Wolverine if he ever got another crack at the role). go to »
Rodimus Primesaid at 12:34 PM on Tue Oct 17 2017
@8000 Saiyans I personally always felt Rodimus was the better character of the two Autobot leaders. IMO Optimus was the better role model, but Rodimus was the more relatable and down to earth character.

His insecurities and doubts made him more compelling than Optimus for me. And Dick Gautier's performance really did convey that quite well. go to »
Supermansaid at 3:35 PM on Mon Oct 16 2017
@Shaun Ince I agree. The tone is pretty similar to the SuperFriends cartoons that came out before the Super Powers line. go to »
Supermansaid at 3:03 PM on Mon Oct 16 2017
@Shaun Ince Yeah, I actually do get a Danny Dark vibe out of Nolan's performance in that movie. go to »
The Leadersaid at 4:55 AM on Sun Oct 15 2017
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I really liked Stan Jones the most in this role. He has a nice sort of nasally sound to his voice and he really has some great delivery at times. Honestly, I wish he had played Dr. Octopus more like this.

Matt Frewer is also pretty awesome. He could be pretty threatening, yet he could nail the more fun moments perfectly.

Jeffrey Combs is also pretty good as well. He has quite a nice amount of ham and presence in the role.

James Arnold Taylor also fits the role pretty well. I really like how he makes the Leader a bit more arrogant and with a sense of superiority.

Gillie Fenwick is also good. Another stand-out from the Marvel Super Heroes cartoon, his take holds up pretty nicely.

Michael Dobson needs to take another crack at the role. He has a lot of potential. go to »
Harley Quinnsaid at 7:27 PM on Sat Oct 14 2017
I really liked Sirena Irwin's take on Batman vs. Two-Face. Yeah, it's basically Harley before she became the Joker's lackey (when she was Dr. Quinzel), but she has the personality down pat. She sounds playful and she has quite a mischievious sound in her delivery.

If she gets added, I'm changing my vote to her. go to »
Herculessaid at 6:00 PM on Sat Oct 14 2017
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I was pleasantly surprised with Len Birman's take. His performance holds up rather well. He sounds larger than life and powerful.

Jess Harnell also does a pretty good job at making Hercules sound bigger than life and bombastic.

Townsend Coleman also has a pretty fitting voice and a great over-the-top attitude.

Sean Donnellan is good, but he needs more material. go to »
Kingpin / Wilson Fisksaid at 6:07 AM on Sat Oct 14 2017
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I feel Tom Harvey strikes a nice balance between a Sydney Greenstreet impression and sounding unique at the same time. His delivery is very reminiscent of Greenstreet, yet the deeper sounding voice makes him stand out. So yeah, IMO, if anyone can get close to John Rhys-Davies' take in "Trial of the Incredible Hulk", it's Harvey.

As for a more straightforward Greenstreet impression, I feel Walker Edmiston does it best. He has the same type of voice as Greenstreet and his delivery does have that ol' Greenstreet vibe.

Jim Cummings also sounds pretty awesome for a more unique take on the character. He sounds smooth and sophisticated.

Roscoe Lee Browne is a natural choice for the Kingpin. His normal voice has a very nice Sydney Greenstreet vibe and he does have a lot of presence. The only problem is that his delivery could get a bit wonky at times.

Stan Jones' attempt at a Sydney Greenstreet impression is pretty awkward, but he does have some nice delivery at times. So yeah, I like his take nonetheless.

David Sobolov, Stephen Stanton, Bob Joles, Gregg Berger, Travis Willingham and J.B. Blanc are also quite good.

The UVA and Michael Clarke Duncan don't do it for me. The UVA's voice is too high and he's also pretty generic, while Duncan's voice is excessively deep and sounds too 'gangsta' for my taste. go to »
Bladesaid at 11:39 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
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Dave Fennoy is my favorite here. He sounds pretty badass and aggressive in the role, and his delivery is quite energetic.

Phil LaMarr also sounds pretty badass and cool in the role. He also has some enjoyable lines at times.

Terry Crews is pretty awesome as well. He's badass, aggressive and he sounds like a vampire hunter who means business.

J.D. Hall's take is actually quite enjoyable. Yeah, the voice did get forced at times, but honestly, I felt he really played the role well.

Tom Clarke Hill also sounds pretty cool. I love his attitude, plus, his delivery of "keep your friends close, but your enemies closer" is pretty awesome.

I also enjoyed Khary Payton and Fred Tatasciore in the role.

Redd Pepper, the UVA and Harold Perrineau don't do it for me. go to »
Iron Fistsaid at 11:31 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
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I really like John Paul Karliak the most in this role. I really like his disciplined tone and his calm demeanor. It fits the character perfectly.

Johnny Yong Bosch sounds pretty awesome as well. He sounds like a disciplined martial arts student and has quite a great amount of energy.

Greg Cipes also sounds really great in the role. A pretty nice change of pace from the goofball-type role that he usually plays.

Loren Lester is also quite fitting. He has a nice tone and he does sound quite pretty disciplined.

Mikey Kelley is quite good as well. He works for the SHS version perfectly. Man, we got two Michelangelo VAs here.

I also enjoyed the others, too. go to »
Doctor Octopussaid at 11:23 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
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I really like Vern Chapman the most in this role. His hammy performance is pretty memorable and he does seem to be having fun in the role.

Tom Harvey plays Ock with a more sneering tone that kind of reminds me of Jack DeLeon's Mole Man. He sounds pretty cool.

Michael Bell, once again, plays Ock differently. Instead of the hammy mad scientist of Chapman or the sneering scientist of Harvey, Bell goes for total insanity. He really seems to be having fun with the performance and I really liked that wheezing sound he added in his 1982 Hulk performance.

Tom Kenny also sounds great. He sounds quite insane and unhinged in the role while also adding a sinister edge.

Dee Bradley Baker is pretty hilarious in the role and he nails Ock's arrogance. Plus, he's having tons of fun in the role, so that's a plus.

I also enjoyed Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. (I feel the accent he added made his performance quite memorable), Joe Alaskey, Peter MacNicol (kinda reminds me of Peter Lorre at times), Dave B. Mitchell, Charlie Adler and Kyle Hebert in the role.

I'm sorry to say this, but I'm really not big on Stan Jones' take. I mean, it's his Luthor without the charm. Honestly, I blame the direction more than Stan, but I really feel he could have been better.

Rodger Bumpass, Cam Clarke and Alfred Molina don't leave a big impression on me.

Honorable mention: Simon Treves (BBC Spider-Man radio drama) go to »
Cablesaid at 11:10 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
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Fred Tatasciore's Cable is the perfect Dean Martin to Nolan North's Deadpool's Jerry Lewis. Despite recording separately, both Tatasciore and North have a sort of chemistry that really makes their scenes memorable. Tatasciore does a great job as a tough, experienced warrior while also being the straight man to Deadpool's antics. "THAT WASN'T SINISTER, THAT WAS A CLONE!!!"

Second is Lawrence Bayne. He has a really cool badass voice and his performance is just so great and fitting.

James M. Connor has a great attitude and an awesome badass tone.

Robin Atkin Downes (or whoever this is) sounds pretty good too.

Tom Kenny works for SHS. go to »
Shanna The She Devilsaid at 11:05 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
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Honestly, I feel Janet Waldo has the best performance here. She sounds quite tough and adventurous and her delivery is solid.

Megan Smith Harris sounds pretty good as well. She has a nice voice and I honestly wish she had more to work with.

Catherine Taber is also quite cool. She has a nice attitude, and I really hope she reprises the role.

Masasa Moyo doesn't do it for me. Her delivery is too stiff for my taste. go to »
Doctor Ivo (Eggman) Robotniksaid at 11:00 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
Honestly, I think everyone here does a good job here.

Long John Baldry is bombastic, funny, supremely rotten and energetic as Robotnik. He just nails it every time. Whenever I heard Robotnik speak, I always laughed with Baldry's excellent performance.

Jim Cummings sounds pretty good as well, and he really seems to be having fun at times.

Garry Chalk is quite hammy and he also seems to be having fun in the role.

Edwin Neal sounds pretty good as well. He's the best performance in that dub.

Deem Bristow's take is a nice callback to Cummings' performance, but he also makes it his own. He really gets some good fun lines here and there.

While Bristow's take seems quite similar to Cummings, Mike Pollock's take seems to be taking cues from Long John Baldry's performance. His performance is just excellent and he does seem to be having fun.

So yeah, I really can't rank these guys 'cause it would be a disservice to all of their performances, however, I will pick one of them and that is Long John Baldry. All of them do good, but for me, Baldry IS Robotnik. go to »
Metallosaid at 10:49 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
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I really liked Simon Treves' take on the BBC DC radio dramas. His delivery is excellent and his voice has this great maniacal tone to it.

My favorite out of the VAs here is Malcolm McDowell. He has a nice manic tone and his delivery is just amazing. He also nails the anger perfectly.

Corey Burton also sounds pretty cool. He's a little bit too relaxed (especially considering that he's standing in for McDowell) but he's not bad.

Lex Lang sounds pretty badass in the role. I really like his taunting attitude and his delivery is great.

John Billingsley also sounds great. It's similar to Lang, but pitched down.

Roger Jackson and Ryan Wickerham sound kinda off, while John C. McGinley and Paul Blackthorne really need another crack at the role, 'cause they have tons of potential. go to »
Stormsaid at 10:39 AM on Fri Oct 13 2017
I really like Andi Chapman the most in this role. She has a great accent, great delivery and she also has quite a commanding presence in the role.

Kathy Garver lacks the accent and her voice is lighter than I expect, but her performance is solid, and it fits a younger Storm quite nicely.

Anne Lockhart has only one line, but man, it sounds great. If only she had gotten another crack at the role.

Alison Sealy Smith has a great commanding presence and her performance is great. I'm really glad she did her own thing instead of imitating Iona Morris.

Iona Morris sounds great, but honestly, I felt she went too overboard at times, whereas Alison felt much more natural.

I also enjoyed Catherine Disher, Dawnn Lewis, Debra Wilson, Susan Dalian, Cree Summer, Danielle Nicolet, Grey DeLisle and Kathleen Barr in the role.

I'm not really big on Kirsten Williamson, Sybyl Walker, Cheryl Carter and Jill Scott. I feel they're performances are kinda off at times. go to »
Batmansaid at 5:15 AM on Thu Oct 12 2017
I meant "but thanks to the help of the director and their own imagination, their chemistry during the flick is excellent". go to »
Batmansaid at 5:10 AM on Thu Oct 12 2017
@Shaun Ince That's absolutely right.

For example, Adam West and William Shatner recorded all of their lines in Batman vs. Two-Face separately, but thanks to the help of the director and their own imagination, and yet their chemistry during the flick is excellent.

Another example is Jaleel White as Sonic. He had to record all of his lines without the other actors and yet, the way he interacts with them still feels so natural. go to »
Batmansaid at 4:15 PM on Wed Oct 11 2017
@Fairfieldfencer I dunno about that. Their performances in the 90's were fantastic, but IMO, they just don't feel as great (even in Justice League Action, where I feel they're slightly better than in other projects, they don't seem to have that energy and edge they had before).

And I know that there are actors that aren't accustomed to VO, but the director's job is to make them comfortable and guide them. go to »
Two Facesaid at 3:30 PM on Tue Oct 10 2017
I saw Batman vs. Two-Face yesterday, and honestly, changing my vote to William Shatner once he's added.

Like Moll, Shatner makes Harvey affable, smooth and sophisticated, and when he's Two-Face, he adds a very cool rasp that reminds me of Bill Martin's Samhaine at times. He handles the duality perfectly, and even though it seems they recorded separately, both Shatner and Adam West have great chemistry with each other. go to »
Dormammusaid at 4:18 AM on Sun Oct 8 2017
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I really like Robin Atkin Downes the most. I really like his soft, seductive yet demonic voice and his delivery is quite unsettling.

Michael T. Weiss sounds good. He sounds pretty threatening and his delivery is solid. I just wish he had a more demonic sound.

Travis Willingham works perfectly for the Lego version. He does sound pretty sinister and unsettling, yet he's also quite enjoyable.

Ed Gilbert is also pretty solid. He has a pretty menacing voice and his delivery is excellent.

I also liked Jonathan Adams and Robert Englund in the role.

The UVA from the 1970's Spider-Woman cartoon is surprisingly good, especially considering the villain performances there weren't that great. go to »
Darth Vadersaid at 4:06 AM on Sun Oct 8 2017
For me, it's a tie between Brock Peters and James Earl Jones.

Brock Peters is the voice I imagine coming from Vader when I read the Marvel Star Wars comics. Because this is radio, Peters has to act and make the character move just by using his voice, which has always been the purpose of voice acting. His voice has a great commanding presence and his performance is top notch.

James Earl Jones does a good job as well. His voice does have tons of presence and his delivery is solid. He is just iconic in the role.

Phil LaMarr is hilarious in the role. He fits for what the Lego specials were going for, and he has great chemistry with Rob Paulsen's George Lucas.

Matt Sloan also sounds great in the role. He does a pretty neat impression of James Earl Jones.

Clint Bajakian also sounds pretty cool.

Scott Lawrence and Eddie Pittman are okay, but not too memorable. go to »
Asajj Ventresssaid at 3:52 AM on Sun Oct 8 2017
Both are good, but I prefer Nika. go to »
Sentinelsaid at 3:58 PM on Sat Oct 7 2017
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I feel David Fox strikes a good balance between menace and humor. His deep robotic voice sounds pretty menacing, yet there were times where he could showcase a more humorous side to the Sentinels ("What is that object???" *BOOM*).

I prefer Jim Ward in MvC 3. He's not bad in WatXM, but it seems his voice is buried under effects there. But in MvC, you can hear his voice more clearly. He does have a nice robotic sound and sounds pretty imposing.

Dan Hennessey is actually pretty enjoyable. He has a nice robotic sound to his voice.

Robin Atkin Downes also sounds pretty good.

Tom Kenny fits the SHS Sentinels pretty well and he's pretty hilarious.

Scott MacDonald doesn't sound right for me. go to »
Luke Cagesaid at 4:13 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
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I like James C. Mathis III the most in this role. He has a nice tough guy voice and a great sense of humor. I really love how he delivers the "high-five" moment.

Ogie Banks is perfect for a younger Luke Cage. He has a great attitude and sense of humor.

Christopher B. Duncan also sounds pretty awesome. He has a great tough guy attitude and his delivery is quite enjoyable.

Greg Eagles works pretty well in the role. He has some pretty good delivery and a great attitude.

Khary Payton does a pretty good emulation of Eagles.

I also enjoyed Robert Wisdom and Trevor Devall in the role.

Little JJ and Jesse Falcon don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Henry Pymsaid at 4:04 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
Wally Wingert is just great as Hank Pym. He has a great intellectual sound in the role, and he does have a great sense of humor. When EMH nailed it, they did it big time, and this is one of those times.

Tom Harvey's performance falls into the "corny but charming" category. It's one of those performances that doesn't quite fit the character, yet it actually brings a smile to my face, no matter how corny it is.

Rod Wilson sounds good, but I feel he would fit Spider-Man a little bit more, 'cause he sounds a bit too young for Pym. He does deliver a good performance, though.

John Payne has a great attitude and he has a nice intellectual sound as well.

Jerry Houser sounds pretty cool and laidback while also managing to sound intellectual. I've always felt Jerry to be a pretty underrated performer and this is a good example of his work.

I also enjoyed Nolan North and Yuri Lowenthal in the role.

Greg Grunberg and the UVA don't do it for me. go to »
Scarlet Witchsaid at 3:49 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
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Susan Roman sounds exactly like I imagine Scarlet Witch to sound like. She has a really sweet voice, a neat slight accent and her delivery is solid.

Kate Higgins is also pretty good. She also has a slight accent, a soothing voice and some excellent delivery. Plus, I liked her chemistry with Liam O'Brien's Nightcrawler.

The Marvel Super Heroes cartoon performances could range from surprisingly good to extremely corny yet charming or totally unfitting. Vita Linder's Scarlet Witch falls under the surprisingly good category. I feel her take does hold up quite nicely.

Jennifer Darling has a pretty nice accent and I really love her voice and seductiveness.

Kelly Sheridan does fit the Evolution version perfectly. Scarlet Witch as a Goth chick does work surprisingly well, actually.

I also enjoyed Jennifer Hale, Tara Strong and Laura Bailey in the role.

Katherine Moffat and Stavroula Logothettis have some exaggerated accents and some pretty wonky deliveries. go to »
Roguesaid at 3:36 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
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I really like Melissa Disney the most in this role. She really sounds great and I do like her accent. Plus, the way she pulls off "Roguepool" is hilarious.

Next is Lenore Zann. I love her accent and her husky voice is quite soothing for me. I also like her delivery as well. She could sound a bit wonky at times, but she did a great job nonetheless.

Catherine Taber does sound pretty awesome too. She has a really nice tough attitude and I really like her accent as well.

Jennifer Hale actually sounds pretty good too. She has a nice attitude, and even though the accent is a little more subdued, her delivery is solid.

Tara Strong sounds pretty sexy in the role.

Meghan Carey Black, Megan Fahlenbock, Erin Matthews, Kieren Van Den Blink and Kazumi Evans don't sound that great IMO. go to »
Anakin Skywalkersaid at 3:24 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
I always liked David Birney's take on Anakin in the Return of the Jedi radio drama. He pulls off Anakin's final moments perfectly, and his voice does sound like that of the great man Obi-Wan described in Episode IV. Just thought to mention him.

Out of the guys here, Matt Lanter is the one that clicks with me the most. He has a good commanding tone and he does sound like someone who is the best at what he does, yet you can tell that he also is conflicted deep down, although he tries not to show it.

Kirby Morrow is hilarious in the role. I love how stuck-up and childish he sounds in the role. He could pull off a more standard Anakin, but for what they were going for, it works perfectly.

Matt Levin sounds quite youthful and energetic in the role.

I'm surprised that Scott Lawrence pulled off Anakin, considering how deep he sounds as Vader. He does sound pretty good in the role.

Mat Lucas... honestly, I find him kinda bland. If he didn't have to imitate Hayden Christensen, I feel I would like him more. David Scott is unremarkable. go to »
Shadow Kingsaid at 3:08 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
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I really liked Maurice Dean Wint the most in this role. He has a very unsettling voice and delivery, and the mystical sound makes it even more unnerving.

Dorian Harewood hits the same notes as Wint, and he does have a mystical sound to his voice.

Kevin Michael Richardson sounds pretty good as well. go to »
X-23said at 3:05 AM on Sat Oct 7 2017
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I actually like Tara Strong the most in the role. Tara does sound like a female Wolverine clone (aggressive, pissy and badass) and she does have quite a lot of energy.

Andrea Libman's voice is a little bit young, but her performance and energy is great.

Brittney Irvin has the more fitting voice, but I feel her delivery could get kinda wonky at times. go to »
Nermalsaid at 2:19 PM on Wed Oct 4 2017
I like Desiree Goyette the most. She strikes the perfect balance between cuteness and annoyance. She doesn't go overboard with either and it's the voice I imagine while reading Garfield comic strips.

Jason Marsden is good, but he lacks adorability.

Sarah Kristine sounds pretty unenthusiastic and flat.

David Eigenberg sounds like he could be any type of alley cat instead of Nermal. go to »
Jason Bloodsaid at 2:08 PM on Wed Oct 4 2017
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I really enjoyed Patrick Seitz the most in this role. I really liked the sophisticated sound in his voice, and he does a good job in differentiating his Etrigan and Blood voices.

Billy Zane also has a great sophisticated sound in his voice and he does have a pretty charming and affable attitude.

Dee Bradley Baker has a lighter voice, but it still works well. He sounds quite sophisticated and charming.

Michael T. Weiss sounds good, but the "Gone, Gone" part doesn't sound as natural as with the previous performers. go to »
Flash Gordonsaid at 1:42 PM on Wed Oct 4 2017
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Gale Gordon was fantastic in the old Flash Gordon radio serial. He sounds extremely heroic and confident and his delivery is solid. A nice change of pace for Gale, who was always cast as blowhards in TV and radio.

Out of the two actors here, Robert Ridgely comes the closest to Gale. He has the same confidence and commanding presence and a great deep yet youthful voice.

Lou Richards is good, but a little bit light compared to Gale and Bob. Still, not bad. go to »
Mr. Freezesaid at 7:30 AM on Wed Oct 4 2017
@EPA Deane Funny you should say that, 'cause Sanders was the first Mr. Freeze actor in the 1966 Batman TV show. go to »
Super Skrullsaid at 7:26 AM on Wed Oct 4 2017
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My favorite here would have to be Marvin Miller. He has an incredible deep voice and his delivery is so bombastic while also adding an element of threat into the role. This is my favorite role from Miller.

Charlie Adler has a higher sounding voice, but it isn't unfitting at all. He sounds bombastic and violent. He was especially good in Marvel Heroes.

Kyle Hebert is pretty epic as well. I wish he had more material, 'cause he just sounds pretty fitting.

Tom Harvey is strange. He sounds like a strange Edward G. Robinson impression trying to pass for an alien. But I must admit, like Vita Linder's Wasp, this take does have its charm.

Neil Ross is good, but he could have been deeper. Still, not bad. Speaking of the 90's FF cartoon, really disappointed that Jess Harnell didn't speak as Super Skrull. If he used his Captain Zorax from the 1987 TMNT cartoon, he would be awesome.

I also enjoyed Greg Eagles, Mark Oliver, Earth Warren, Jim Cummings, Travis Willingham, Steve Blum and Troy Baker.

Jesse Falcon and Kevin Grevioux are forgettable. go to »
Electrosaid at 6:55 PM on Tue Oct 3 2017
Forgot Jim Wise, but yeah, he doesn't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Thanossaid at 4:06 AM on Mon Oct 2 2017
@Polyester Funk Jake Hart does sound pretty cool, but he kinda has the same problem as Josh Brolin.

Yup, the Marvel Heroes voice sounds pretty awesome.

Yeah, Isaac really wasn't that great in AA, but after that, he started sounding better. go to »
MODOKsaid at 8:06 PM on Sun Oct 1 2017
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Nick Jameson sounds incredibly creepy in the role. I really like the effects they added to his voice, they compliment his cold-hearted tone perfectly.

Dave Boat is next. He sounds incredibly enjoyable in the role and you can tell he's having a blast.

Wally Wingert has a great computerized tone and cold-hearted attitude. I wish they had added effects, but it still sounds good.

Charlie Adler sounds quite sinister and calculating in the role. Another enjoyable performance.

Jim Cummings is a standout of the 90's Iron Man cartoon. I really enjoy his performance and I wish he could reprise the role someday.

I also enjoyed Michael J. Gough, Tom Kenny and Lee Tockar in the role.

Nick Sullivan is too deep. go to »
Electrosaid at 7:56 PM on Sun Oct 1 2017
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When I read Electro's lines in the old comic books, I always imagine a voice that sounds like an electric current, and for me, Tom Harvey sounds exactly like that. His take has this rasp that makes his voice sound like a current and he seems to be having a ball in the role. A great quirky performance.

Allan Melvin plays a very interesting take on Electro. In this show, Electro seems to be obsessed with video games, which I always thought was a cool approach to the character. Melvin's performance gets even better as the episode progresses and he does seem to be having tons of fun in the role.

Liam O'Brien is pretty solid, too. Although I feel he sounds a little bit too sympathetic for my taste, I do feel he did a good job nonetheless.

David Sobolov is a nice callback to Allan Melvin's take. I wish he could reprise the role someday.

Thomas F. Wilson... Biff Tannen as Electro??? Oddly enough, it works pretty well. I actually enjoy his performance quite a lot.

I also liked the performances delivered by Phil Proctor (he works for the Nazi Electro the 90's show gave us), Dale Wilson, Dee Bradley Baker, James Arnold Taylor, David Kaye, Crispin Freeman (although like O'Brien, he makes him too sympathetic), Kirk Thornton, Steve Blum, Christopher Daniel Barnes and Michael A. Shepperd.

Cam Clarke's take is pretty annoying and Ethan Embry sounds generic. go to »
Ezekiel Stanesaid at 7:41 PM on Sun Oct 1 2017
Both are good, but I prefer Bauza. go to »
Thanossaid at 7:39 PM on Sun Oct 1 2017
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Honestly, I like whoever played Thanos in Marvel Heroes the most. He sounds exactly how I imagine Thanos to sound like. He sounds calculating and regal. I wish we find out who this VA is soon.

Isaac C. Singleton, Jr. has improved since Avengers Assemble. He sounded better in the Guardians of the Galaxy cartoon and the Lego Avengers game. I honestly like his Lego take the most since his slow delivery there is pretty similar to that of the Marvel Heroes VA.

Jim Cummings fits the SHS version of Thanos perfectly. He is tons of fun and sounds pretty insane. Plus, I love his laugh.

Steve Blum is better in the Super Hero Squad Online game. He sounds like he's having fun there. His SHS cartoon take is unremarkable.

Andrew Jackson's voice is kinda odd, but his delivery is solid and I kinda have a nostalgic attachment to his performance.

Gary Krawford's voice is kinda light, but what really sells it for me is his incredibly theatrical performance. His acting is amazing and he seems to be having a ball in the role. I particularly love his delivery of the line "And everything I touched, DIED!!!"

The only one I don't like here is Josh Brolin. He is the opposite of Krawford's take. He has a fitting voice, but his acting is pretty awkward and he does feel extremely generic. go to »
Unicronsaid at 4:42 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
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In all honesty, I've always preferred Roger C. Carmel's take on Unicron, especially in Ghost in the Machine. I feel his voice sounds a lot more natural than Orson Welles and his delivery is pretty unnerving (especially during the "connect my head to the planet Cybertron" speech, which still makes me shiver to this day). His Grimlock's New Brain take isn't that bad, and honestly, I could see it working for Unicron before he became the Planet-Eater.

As much as I love Orson Welles due to my love for radio, I just can't give it to him here. He does sound good, but it's all done with effects and they also sped up his lines (from what Wally Burr has said at conventions), so that makes his lines feel more artificial. And honestly, the fact that he kinda wasn't that invested in the role is another turn off for me.

Blu Mankuma does sound pretty unnerving. I wish he got another crack at the role.

Matthew Yang King also works pretty well. Another one that I wish could reprise the role.

Mark Acheson is okay, but kinda unremarkable. Doesn't help that he didn't get much to work with.

John Noble, although good, feels a little bit too much like Megatronus instead of Unicron. Now, Noble as Megatronus would be great, but as Unicron, he's just adequate. go to »
Beetlesaid at 4:26 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
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Honestly, I like Christopher Collins the most. He has a really awesome bug-like voice and I like the snorting and wheezing he added at times. Plus, I love his laugh.

Steve Blum is on the same level as Chris. He sounds pretty unhinged and fun in the role.

Daran Norris kinda reminds me of Pat Fraley here for some reason. He does sound pretty cool in the role.

John Reilly makes me laugh a lot. His take is more "Beatle" instead of "Beetle", but that just makes it more hilarious.

Tucker Smallwood is the only one without quirks in this VC, and sadly because of that, he leaves the least impression on me. go to »
Dovesaid at 4:19 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
I prefer Baker a little bit more. go to »
Sonic the Hedgehogsaid at 4:12 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
Honestly, I like Jaleel White the most here. His Sonic is tons of fun (especially in the syndicated cartoon), but he could also be quite emotional as well (like in the Saturday Morning cartoon). Honestly, I still think he's the perfect Sonic overall. "IIIIII'M WAIIIIITIIIIIING!!!"

Roger Craig Smith also sounds great in the role. He has a pretty fitting voice, some nice delivery and a cool laidback attitude.

Sam Vincent sounds like a rocker Jaleel White. His singing is great and I honestly wish he got another crack at Sonic someday.

Ryan Drummond does fit well. He has a pretty fitting voice, but his delivery could sound off at times.

Jason Griffith is on the same level as Drummond: pretty good, fitting voice, but his delivery can sound off at times.

Meg Inglima and Martin Burke don't sound fitting at all. go to »
Mr. Sinistersaid at 3:54 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
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I really like Keith Ferguson the most. He sounds evil and decrepit, yet he's also pretty hilarious. Honestly, I really get a crack out of his performance.

Chris Britton is also pretty awesome. He sounds incredibly ruthless and menacing, but he also seems to be having fun in the role.

Steve Blum also fits perfectly. He has a really cool accent and a very neat decrepit sound to his voice.

Christopher Smith does sound pretty decrepit, but they deepened his voice a little bit too much. Still, his delivery is solid.

Daniel Riordan sounds good, not much else to say.

I'm sorry, but as much as I love Clancy Brown in roles like Raiden from the MK cartoon and Captain Black and Ratso in the Jackie Chan cartoon, his Mr. Sinister falls into the same trap his Lex Luthor and Captain Stacy fall into. He just doesn't do it for me. go to »
Zoomsaid at 3:31 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
Going with Todd, but Dieke is pretty enjoyable in his own way. go to »
Betrayussaid at 3:29 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
Both are good, but I prefer Vincent. go to »
Electrosaid at 3:05 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
@Bookman230 'Sympathetic' doesn't work for every villain out there. It did work for Sandman in the Raimi flicks, but honestly, I don't think Electro works as a sympathetic villain. go to »
Batmansaid at 3:02 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
@Bookman230 Hamill does have the same problem as Conroy: his performance isn't what it used to be.

So yeah, I really feel they both should step back and let someone else take over the roles. go to »
Batmansaid at 2:37 AM on Sat Sep 30 2017
@Bookman230 I dunno. Even though he does sound a little bit better in Action, his performance still doesn't have that edge that made his performance great back in the 90's.

I think Conroy should stick to being Hush nowadays, 'cause I really feel his Batman is not what it used to be without that edge that it used to have. go to »
Purple Mansaid at 9:51 AM on Fri Sep 29 2017
Both are great, but I'm leaning more towards Smith. go to »
Mastermindsaid at 9:46 AM on Fri Sep 29 2017
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Man... this is one of the hardest VCs I've encountered. All three work perfectly in their own way.

Nigel Bennett has a really nice soothing voice and has a lot of class. He also does a great job at playing him as a manipulative villain.

Travis Willingham delivers one of his best Marvel performances here. Both his hammy and boisterous Lego take and his smooth, charming and regal Anime take fit Mastermind perfectly. He just does a great job.

Campbell Lane does work for the Evolution version perfectly, but I could see him working as a more standard take if he used a variation of his Rampage performance, but I still liked his take here.

So yeah, it's a three way tie for me. I'm gonna give a slight edge to Bennett, but he and Willingham both fit the role perfectly, while Lane does a good job for Evolution Mastermind. go to »
Sabretoothsaid at 9:35 AM on Fri Sep 29 2017
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Honestly, despite the lighter voice, I really like Don Francks the most in this role. He just sounds so beastly, violent and, most importantly, cruel. I really enjoyed how well he plays off against Cal Dodd's Wolverine.

Mark Acheson also does a fantastic job in the role. He does sound pretty savage and cruel and I really enjoy his delivery.

Neil Kaplan sounds pretty violent and feral as well. I would love to hear him in the role again.

Travis Willingham kinda sounds like a more bombastic version of Mark Acheson's take. I really enjoy it.

Peter Lurie is actually quite enjoyable as well. I like how feral he sounds and his delivery is quite solid.

I do like all the others as well. Everyone here does a good job in their own way IMO. go to »
Jean Greysaid at 9:28 AM on Fri Sep 29 2017
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Catherine Disher really defined the character of Jean Grey. She sounded caring and warm, but she also did a good job with Dark Phoenix Jean. Her take still holds up well to this day.

April Stewart sounds pretty sexy and playful. I really like her delivery and she seems to be having fun in the role.

Jennifer Hale was meh in Wolverine and the X-Men, but she was really good in Marvel vs. Capcom 3, where I felt she delivered a much energetic performance.

Laura Bailey is also pretty awesome. She has a sort of warmth in her voice and she also has some nice energetic delivery.

Venus Terzo fits Jean perfectly as well. Yes, it's a younger Jean, but I really like her and I know she could pull off a more mature Jean as well.

I also liked Leigh Allyn Baker, Sarah Waits, Katherine Morgan, Hynden Walch, Molly Hagan and Tara Strong in the role.

Jenette Goldstein and Eva Kaminsky have some weird delivery at places. go to »
Gambitsaid at 6:14 AM on Fri Sep 29 2017
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Chris Potter really made Gambit come to life. With a great Cajun accent and a fun cocky attitude, you couldn't help but enjoy his performance.

Tony Daniels also does a good job. He emulates Potter nicely while also trying to make the role his own.

Rick Pasqualone also has a great accent and an awesome cocky attitude. He really seems to be into it as well.

Phil LaMarr also sounds pretty enjoyable and charming, but there are times where his delivery isn't that solid. But still, not bad.

Alessandro Juliani sounds pretty cool, but his accent sounds a little off. Again, not bad.

Michael Dunn and Chris Edgerly are pretty good in the role.

Scott MacDonald just doesn't do it for me. go to »
Apocalypsesaid at 5:42 AM on Fri Sep 29 2017
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"I AM... APOCALYPSE!!! LOOK UPON THE FUTURE AND TREMBLE!!!"

Honestly, when I see Apocalypse, I imagine a voice that sounds ancient, yet has the proper amount of menace and ham in the performance. John Colicos does have that kind of performance, and his deep voice and imposing presence make Apocalypse a really memorable villain. And whenever he delivered his speeches, he did it with conviction. An amazing performance overall.

James Blendick's voice is a little bit lighter than Colicos', but he has the delivery and the imposing presence down pat. He's a good replacement.

David Kaye also sounds pretty cool. He sounds pretty sinister and imposing, but I feel he lacks the ancient sound that Colicos and Blendick had.

Christopher Smith is in the same level as Kaye. He sounds imposing and creepy, but once again, he lacks an ancient sound.

Lorne Kennedy works for a video game, and he does a commendable attempt at trying to sound like John Colicos, but I can't see it working outside of the kind of video games the MvC series were at the time.

Dan Hay and Richard McGonagle leave little to no impression on me. go to »
Batmansaid at 4:11 AM on Tue Sep 26 2017
@Shaun Ince I agree. Kevin was good in the 90's, but now, he just doesn't have the energy and passion he had back then.

It's kinda the reason why I started preferring Adam West over Kevin, 'cause even after all these years, his performance was still pretty enjoyable and energetic (plus, his performance in the Super Powers Team episode "The Fear" really sold it for me). go to »
Spider-Mansaid at 6:12 PM on Fri Sep 22 2017
I've seen a bit of Robbie Daymond's take, and I really like his take. He is my new fifth place, though I still feel there are some problems.

Although Josh Keaton is still good in stuff like Shattered Dimensions, I must admit that as time passes, I grow less fond of his take for some reason. go to »
Adam Westsaid at 5:16 PM on Tue Sep 19 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Adam West!!!

I'm really looking forward to Batman vs. Two-Face. I must say that he always delivered a great performance as Batman. He never sounded off or stilted to me. He always had that same energy, charisma and charm as he did before. go to »
Kobra Khansaid at 2:52 PM on Fri Sep 15 2017
I prefer Scheimer. His delivery is kinda fun and I really like the mysterious voice he has. McNeil has the same fun delivery, but I feel he sounded too forced at times (WITH PLEEAASURE!!!!). go to »
Rodimus Primesaid at 3:09 PM on Thu Sep 14 2017
Omar Sy plays a different version of the character and he really did a good job at it. The explanation they gave for Roddy's accent was pretty hilarious and Sy's comedic timing is great.

He's my new second place. He's great, but doesn't leave the lasting impression that Dick Gautier left on me. Dick is just irreplaceable for me. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 6:45 AM on Sun Sep 10 2017
@EPA Deane Once again, to each his own. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 6:45 AM on Sun Sep 10 2017
@The Doctor Well, it's just a matter of accepting the silliness at times.

And I don't think the writing was lazy at all, although this show did have it's share of oddball episodes (like some of the season three ones).

I was just pointing out stuff in my first comment, which was addressed to you. The other was addressed to the other user.

And yeah, it is good to watch cartoons in the morning, it kinda makes you optimistic for the rest of the day. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 10:31 AM on Sat Sep 9 2017
@EPA Deane I have the same problem with drama. Excess of drama puts me to sleep, unless it's well handled. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 5:44 AM on Sat Sep 9 2017
@EPA Deane I don't think they're idiot plots. Superhero shows can't be serious all the time. You gotta learn to have fun with the characters and sometimes accept the fact that every single TV show has to rely on tropes.

For me, this show did deliver the promise of action, fun and adventure while also adding a lot of heart to the characters, which is something that makes me enjoy it to this day. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 11:24 AM on Fri Sep 8 2017
@The Doctor The purpose of this show was more to have fun with the characters and stories, though it still has quite a bit of character developing moments.

The Hulk cartoon was aiming more for a tone similar to the 1977 live-action Hulk TV show, but more comic accurate. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 2:11 PM on Wed Sep 6 2017
@Shaun Ince Yeah, that's another one of the many things I liked about this show. The music and the performances from the actors playing the villains really sold those particular moments. go to »
Ebenezer Scroogesaid at 11:52 AM on Tue Sep 5 2017
@Garrettk41 Yeah, I heard that he was dealing with arthritis when they went into production. A shame, 'cause he would have been a great live-action Scrooge too (but Reginald Owen still did a pretty solid job in the 1938 film version). go to »
Ebenezer Scroogesaid at 11:01 AM on Mon Sep 4 2017
@Garrettk41 Yes, there are a lot of old time radio programs around the net (though some are not on their entirety due to a lot of episodes being lost to time).

Here's the 1949 broadcast of A Christmas Carol with Lionel Barrymore:

http://otrrlibrary.org/OTRRLib/Library%20Files/A%20Series/A%20Christmas%20Carol/A%20Christmas%20Carol%2049-12-25%20Stars%20Lionel%20Barrymore.mp3 go to »
Mona Marshallsaid at 8:53 AM on Thu Aug 31 2017
Happy birthday Mona Marshall!!!

My favorite role from her would have to be Kat from the Rambo cartoon. It really makes me wish that she played action gal parts more often.

I also enjoyed her roles in Transformers and she was pretty good as Betty Brant and Eclipso. go to »
Nick Furysaid at 7:48 AM on Thu Aug 24 2017
VC thoughts update

Ultimate Fury:

I honestly like Keith David the most as Ultimate Fury. He has a great commanding tone and a really cool voice to boot. And honestly, I could see him pulling off Classic Fury quite well too.

John Eric Bentley sounds pretty awesome as well. I really like his cool-headed attitude quite a bit.

Alex Desert sounds incredibly relaxed and cool-headed, and yet he does have a good amount of authority in his voice. So yeah, he's pretty solid too.

Chi McBride has an awesome deep voice and he has a great commanding tone and quite a bit of warmth. Another solid fit.

Khary Payton has a great authoritative voice and I really like his delivery. I would love to hear him again in the role.

I also enjoyed Dave Fennoy, Kevin Michael Richardson, Samuel L. Jackson and Phil LaMarr in the role.

Andre Ware and Dean Redman just don't leave a big impression on me.

Classic Fury:

Honestly, my ideal voice for Classic Fury is Richard Crenna (Trautman in the Rambo saga), and out of all the actors playing Classic Fury, Jack Angel sounds the closest to him. I really think he has a great authoritative tone and his badass voice fits perfectly.

Philip Abbott also has a cool voice and a great commanding tone, but there are times where he can sound kinda soft. Still, he's a solid fit and his delivery is great.

Jim Byrnes also sounds pretty cool. He does have a great authoritative tone and he sounds pretty badass.

Scottie Ray sounds good, but he's a tad bit too young in the role. Still, not bad.

David Kaye is also pretty solid. He has a great commanding tone and good delivery.

Scott MacDonald and Marc Graue also do good jobs as Classic Fury.

Mark Gibbon sounds more fitting for Cable than Fury. go to »
Poison Ivysaid at 5:32 AM on Thu Aug 24 2017
Paget Brewster sounds really good. She sounds sexy and she nails the character's protectiveness of Mother Nature.

Fourth place. go to »
Booster Goldsaid at 4:32 AM on Thu Aug 24 2017
Bruce Timm works pretty well despite the little material he got. He does have the attitude down perfectly. Second place. go to »
Swamp Thingsaid at 4:28 AM on Thu Aug 24 2017
John DiMaggio's slow delivery is pretty unsettling. It sounds like a guy who means business and won't tolerate any nonsense from anyone. The slow delivery could be a turn off for me, but DiMaggio does make it work. Third place. go to »
Miyamoto Usagisaid at 5:07 AM on Mon Aug 21 2017
Yuki Matsuzaki is really awesome in the role. He sounds quite stoic while also having a good sense of humor. Second place. go to »
Charlie Bucketsaid at 11:10 AM on Fri Aug 18 2017
Both are decent, but I'm leaning a little bit towards Freddie Highmore. go to »
Wolverinesaid at 9:41 AM on Fri Aug 18 2017
VC thoughts update

Aussie Wolvie:

Honestly, these guys have potential in the role, but they got given a radically different Wolverine. Out of these two, I prefer Pat Pinney over Bill Callaway (who played him in Spider-Friends). Pat at least was in character and really made me chuckle at times with how outrageously corny his voice was (although when he does some yelling, he sounds cool). Bill Callaway I think should have done a more stoic and angrier Aquaman, but in the end, it's an Aussie Beachhead. And he plays him too nice, which is kinda unfitting.

Canadian Wolvie:

I really think Steve Blum is the best as the standard version of Wolverine. His gruffness is great and he nails the stubborness and hardass nature of the character.

Cal Dodd was the first guy to get the right Wolverine to work with, and you know what, I think his performance still holds up pretty nicely. He's just so enjoyable and extremely badass in the role.

Scott McNeil sounds pretty epic in the role. Then again, Scott very rarely disappoints me. He sounds fittingly gruff and badass.

Mark Hamill sounds pretty awesome, actually. This is a good showing of his range. He sounds like a hardass who has seen a lot in his life.

Mark Acheson sounds pretty badass as well. He's played both Wolverine and Sabretooth and was good as both!!!

I also liked Tony Daniels, Keith Szarabajka, Hugh Jackman, Brian Drummond, Marc Thompson and Kevin Michael Richardson in the role.

The only ones I don't like here are Jeffrey Hedquist and Milo Ventimiglia. Hedquist is too subdued and Ventimiglia sounds too young and his delivery is kinda off. go to »
Mike Teaveesaid at 12:20 PM on Thu Aug 17 2017
Just like in the Veruca VC, I feel both these VAs didn't do that well. I guess I'll go with Fry... but man... neither of these performers do it for me. go to »
William Salyerssaid at 2:08 PM on Wed Aug 16 2017
Happy birthday William Salyers!!!

He just did an amazing Penguin in Return of the Caped Crusaders, sounding exactly like Burgess Meredith's rendition. go to »
Julie Newmarsaid at 2:06 PM on Wed Aug 16 2017
Happy birthday Julie Newmar!!!

Her voice may have aged since the 60's, but I still felt she sounded purrrr-fect as Catwoman in Return of the Caped Crusaders. She still had that same energy as before and she still cracked me up. go to »
Violet Beauregardesaid at 2:02 PM on Wed Aug 16 2017
AnnaSophia's acting is surprisingly good, especially considering that some of the children sounded kinda stiff in the game. Like Emily O'Brien, Dallas' delivery is all over the place. go to »
Veruca Saltsaid at 4:20 PM on Tue Aug 15 2017
Honestly, neither of them makes it for me. Julia's kinda stiff and Emily's delivery is all over the place. I guess I'll go with Julia, but neither of them really impress me that much. go to »
Joseph Bolognasaid at 9:03 AM on Tue Aug 15 2017
@EPA Deane The Kent parents would have been better choices, though I still wasn't as attached to them as I was to Turpin. go to »
Joseph Bolognasaid at 7:11 AM on Tue Aug 15 2017
RIP Joseph Bologna.

I never was big on the 90's Superman cartoon, since I always felt it was a big stepdown compared to the 90's Batman cartoon, but Joseph was one of the best things of the show. I really enjoyed him as Turpin. He was the only recurring character that I liked, and when he was killed, it was extremely disappointing for me. go to »
Augustus Gloopsaid at 5:22 PM on Mon Aug 14 2017
Philip Wiegratz sounds a little bit more natural. go to »
John Paul Karliaksaid at 7:17 AM on Mon Aug 14 2017
I'M A CRRAZY VILLAINOUS BARRON VIZ A MONOCLE!!! I don't do subtle...

ATAAAAAAAAACK!!!! go to »
Grandpa Joesaid at 5:50 PM on Sun Aug 13 2017
Jess Harnell for me. He really does a pretty cool Jack Albertson impression. go to »
Jane Webbsaid at 11:00 AM on Sun Aug 13 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Jane Webb!!!

I really enjoyed her as Miss Grundy, Betty Cooper, Veronica Lodge, Sabrina Spellman, Hilda Spellman, Zelda Spellman and Lara from the Star Trek cartoon. go to »
Vic Polizossaid at 3:20 PM on Sat Aug 12 2017
Happy birthday Vic Polizos!!!

I really enjoyed him as Don Rico Granados and Don Esteban Almeida as well as all the enemy mobsters in the Godfather II game. go to »
Paul Solessaid at 12:25 PM on Fri Aug 11 2017
Happy birthday Paul Soles!!!

For me, he is the definitive voice of Spider-Man. He nails the sarcasm and sense of humor, and the fact that he differentiates his Peter and Spidey voices is an added bonus. I also liked him as the Vulture, Ox, Dr. Curt Conner, Happy Hogan and Hermey the Elf. go to »
Hawkeyesaid at 4:12 AM on Fri Aug 11 2017
Gus Sorola sounds incredibly stiff in the role. go to »
Willy Wonkasaid at 7:21 PM on Wed Aug 9 2017
Maurice LaMarche does a really good job at delivering his own take on this charismatic candymaker. He's tons of fun and I think he could pull off a version closer to the book character.

James Arnold Taylor and John Paul Karliak both do good with their respective takes, but they do have some problems.

Taylor is doing a Johnny Depp impression, and I've never been fond of Depp's take. Although I must say that I think Taylor is a little bit better than Depp 'cause he doesn't feel as creepy as Depp played him.

Karliak is doing a Gene Wilder impression, and even though he has some solid delivery and his singing is spot on, he lacks the most important element that Wilder had: his unpredictable delivery. Whenever Wilder played Wonka, he always had this tendency to deliver lines in a way that awed us, and I feel that Karliak lacks that unpredictability. go to »
J.A.R.V.I.S.said at 6:58 AM on Wed Aug 2 2017
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Troy Baker the most in here. I really like his computerized delivery, the accent is great and he has a cool voice to boot. The effects also help a great deal.

David Kaye gives J.A.R.V.I.S. a really nice attitude. Once again, he fits the role pretty well.

Phil LaMarr is pretty cool as well. I like his factual performance a great deal. There are times where he can sound a little bit too human, but I like it nonetheless.

Trevor Devall sounds pretty cool as well. I get some Christopher Gaze vibes out of his performance.

Andrew Chaikin also sounds pretty cool. He has a nice factual delivery.

Gillon Stephenson actually sounds pretty interesting. He has a cool delivery and I feel his voice is pretty unique.

I'm not really big on Paul Bettany, the UVA, Jay Britton and Jeff Bottoms in the role. They sound kinda flat to me. go to »
Iron Mansaid at 7:46 PM on Tue Aug 1 2017
Ari Ross seems to be trying too hard with his delivery in here. His more energetic moments sound incredibly unnatural. go to »
Tony Starksaid at 7:44 PM on Tue Aug 1 2017
Ari Ross doesn't leave a big impression on me and his delivery is kinda off. go to »
Pepper Pottssaid at 7:42 PM on Tue Aug 1 2017
Careth Eaton is pretty one-note, and her acting is really stiff at times. go to »
Barricadesaid at 5:06 PM on Thu Jul 27 2017
VC thoughts update

I really liked Jess Harnell's portrayal in The Last Knight a whole lot. I'm glad that we finally got to hear Barricade speak calmly, whereas in the first flick, he was just yelling. Jess sounds pretty awesome and badass in there.

Steve Blum is the closest to my ideal voice for Barricade, which would be Kurtwood Smith. He does sound slimy and aggressive.

Keith David sounds cool, but I honestly wish they didn't pitch it down too much. Luckily, in the DS version, his recordings weren't pitch shifted and I really felt he sounded pretty nice.

The UVA is actually pretty boss too. He has a really nice deceptive tone, which fits the character.

Bronco D. Jackson is decent, but a little bit generic.

Honestly, it saddens me that Frank Welker's take is mainly the result of editing goofs (the same thing happened with the last few lines Barricade had in TLK), 'cause I could see him being pretty good. It seems that they just had Frank provide the voice of a drone, but they slapped it into Barricade in both DOTM and TLK. go to »
June Foraysaid at 6:54 AM on Thu Jul 27 2017
RIP June Foray.

I really enjoyed her work in Stan Freberg's satirical recordings and I loved her as Aunt May, Mumbles, Granny and Witch Hazel. go to »
Stanley Ralph Rosssaid at 6:49 AM on Sat Jul 22 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Stanley Ross!!!

A great writer and VA from the old days.

Even to this day, I think he was just perfect as Brainiac, making him sound cold, calculating and, most importantly, threatening. This is the voice I imagine coming from all comic book incarnations of Brainiac. It also helps that he played both the regular humanoid Brainiac, and the Terminator-esque version (which is my favorite design for the character).

I also enjoyed him as Gorilla Grodd, Quasimodo, Perry White, Superstein (from the 70's Plastic Man cartoon) and Snakebite (from the Rambo cartoon). go to »
Harvey Atkinsaid at 5:20 PM on Tue Jul 18 2017
Awww, man. :(

RIP Harvey Atkin.

To me, he will always be King Koopa. go to »
Martin Landausaid at 6:00 PM on Sun Jul 16 2017
RIP Martin Landau.

I really thought he was great as the Scorpion. He had a great high-pitched sound to his voice and I really love his yell and his laugh.

Also, it was kinda interesting to see him and Michael Rye (Stillwell in 90's Spidey) together in a scene of a Mission Impossible episode. go to »
William Woodsonsaid at 3:17 PM on Sun Jul 16 2017
Happy 100 birthday and RIP Bill Woodson!!! go to »
Robin / Dick Graysonsaid at 11:54 AM on Sat Jul 15 2017
@Shaun Ince Yeah. I've always felt radio is an underrated medium. I've heard a lot of radio shows (both old and new) and a lot of them are excellently performed and allow you to use your imagination.

The Superman radio show in particular is one of my favorites. There were some story arcs that weren't really that engaging at times, but some others (like the Atom Man saga and some of the crossovers with Batman) that really were masterful with both the action and the suspense. But even in the weakest arcs, the VAs always delivered 110% in their performance. go to »
Susan Blusaid at 7:58 AM on Thu Jul 13 2017
@EPA Deane I liked her in the role, but I really am more attached to her roles in action and superhero cartoons. go to »
Susan Blusaid at 4:49 PM on Wed Jul 12 2017
Happy birthday Susan Blu!!!

For me, she still is the best voice of Arcee. She managed to balance the tough gal attitude with sweetness and motherly warmth perfectly.

I also enjoyed her work as Marissa Faireborn, Beta, Rita, Judge McBride, Vipra, Stormer, Una and Transmutate.

I also enjoy her job as a director. She really knows how to bring performances out of performers. go to »
Trevor Belmontsaid at 6:33 AM on Wed Jul 12 2017
VC thoughts update

I like Gideon Emery the most. I feel that despite the material he got, he delivers a pretty good performance.

Richard Armitage is actually pretty enjoyable in the role. I liked his sense of humor and he just delivers another great performance.

Terrence Stone also sounds pretty good. Not much else to say.

Richard Madden does have a good amount of gravitas in the role, but he doesn't leave a big impression on me like the others did. Still, not bad. go to »
Lisasaid at 6:27 AM on Wed Jul 12 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Wendee Lee's passionate performance the most. She has a really warm tone and her delivery is pretty solid.

Emily Swallow is also pretty good. I really find her voice and accent really unique and she delivers a pretty passionate performance.

Alison Lester has a good voice, but she sounds incredibly off at times. go to »
Draculasaid at 6:21 AM on Wed Jul 12 2017
VC thoughts update

Just as Ian Corlett's Alucard, I feel Garry Chalk could pull off a more game accurate Dracula if given the chance. Nonetheless, he manages to be quite hilarious and he does have a great amount of ham. "OUT OF MY CASTLE, YOU DEADBEAT!!!"

Patrick Seitz is pretty good. He is close to what I think Garry would do if he reprised the role. He has a good amount of ham and presence in the role.

Graham McTavish is just amazing in the role. He has a great foreboding tone and I love his delivery. It has a great amount of ham as well as menace.

Michael G is pretty good. It's just a really enjoyable hammy performance.

Douglas Rye sounds really sinister and foreboding in the role. I really like his take.

Robert Carlyle just doesn't do it for me. go to »
Alucardsaid at 6:12 AM on Wed Jul 12 2017
VC thoughts update

I feel Ian Corlett could pull off a more game accurate representation of the character if given a chance. But as he stands, he is actually pretty hilarious and enjoyable.

Yuri Lowenthal is pretty close to what I imagine Ian doing if he reprised the role. I really like his haunting delivery and his voice fits pretty well.

Despite the deeper voice, Robert Belgrade delivers an incredibly good performance. It's a good example of his work.

James Callis sounds pretty cool. He does have the subdued attitude needed for the character.

Richard Madden is also good, but he doesn't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Wally Burrsaid at 8:32 PM on Mon Jul 10 2017
RIP Wally Burr.

He truly was one of the best voice directors from the old days. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 5:52 AM on Thu Jul 6 2017
Mike McConnohie is actually pretty good. go to »
Banesaid at 5:51 AM on Thu Jul 6 2017
David Hauss sounds like he's trying to play a Hispanic Joker. Yeah, not big on it. go to »
Robin / Dick Graysonsaid at 3:16 PM on Wed Jul 5 2017
VC thoughts update

I really liked Ronald Liss' take on the Superman radio show the most. I really think he fits the original Bob Kane design perfectly, and he sounds pretty youthful and energetic.

Out of the guys in this particular VC, I prefer Burt Ward the most. I really felt he was pretty youthful, energetic and he also had great comedic timing. What's even better is that even in Return of the Caped Crusaders, his voice still sounds like it did in the 60's and 70's.

Next is Loren Lester. He also has a great amount of energy and a great sense of humor, and he also adds a lot of emotional depth into the role.

Next one is Casey Kasem. He has played the role the most and he really did a good job at it. He had great chemistry with both Adam West and Olan Soule and he had the same charm as Ward. Also, his performance in the Super Powers Team episode The Fear made me think that Casey could have been a pretty good Nightwing.

Michael Cera's take is really different, but also really refreshing and enjoyable. I really liked his energy and enthusiasm, and he really makes Robin quite likeable and endearing.

I also enjoyed Brianne Siddall, Scott Menville (more for his performance in Teen Titans Go! 'cause I found his 2003 take just too brooding), Jason Marsden, Grey DeLisle, Crawford Wilson, Jeremy Shada, Jesse McCartney, Josh Keaton and Johnny Yong Bosch in the role.

Evan Sabara and Shane Haboucha don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Riddlersaid at 2:12 PM on Wed Jul 5 2017
VC thoughts update

I honestly prefer Wally Wingert's take in Return of the Caped Crusaders over his Arkham take. He did a perfect impression of Frank Gorshin. He nailed the manic energy and Gorshin's energetic laugh. Honestly, I prefer Riddler as he was depicted in the 60's live-action show, and Wally does a great job at that.

I always enjoy John Glover in stuff, and this is no exception. I really felt he had a lot of energy and I loved the more flamboyant tone he gave to the Riddler.

Conan O'Brien really needs to reprise the role. He had one line, and I really want more!!! Honestly, he's a great choice.

Before Wingert's take in Return of the Caped Crusaders, the closest we got to Frank Gorshin reprising the role was Michael Bell's take. And honestly, he still is pretty enjoyable as the Riddler. He just seems to be having a lot of fun in the role, and I would like to hear him again.

Roger Craig Smith is also pretty awesome. He seems to be having fun in the role, giving a good flamboyant tone and giving it a good amount of energy.

I also enjoyed Robert Englund, John Michael Higgins, Dave Franco, Rob Paulsen, Jason Spisak and Weird Al Yankovic in the role.

Shannon McCormick, Matthew Gray Gubler and Steve Staley are kinda meh.

Ted Knight's take is more of a guilty pleasure for me. He has some really stiff delivery, to the point where it becomes laughable and charming at the same time. A so-bad-it's-good performance. go to »
Flash / Barry Allensaid at 1:33 PM on Wed Jul 5 2017
Adam Devine is really hilarious in the role. It was brief, but it fits Lego Flash perfectly. Second place in-between Jack Angel and Charlie Schlatter. go to »
Poison Ivysaid at 10:37 AM on Wed Jul 5 2017
Also, forgot about Piera Coppola, but yeah... she kinda sounds off to me. She's tied with Cyndi. go to »
Poison Ivysaid at 10:35 AM on Wed Jul 5 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Diane Pershing the most in this role. I really feel she nailed the character, making her sound quite seductive, yet really deceptive.

Riki Lindhome is also pretty good despite the little material she gets. She is fun and she does sound fittingly seductive.

Natasha Leggero also manages to find a good balance between seductiveness and fun. Her take is pretty enjoyable.

Tasia Valenza is also pretty good, though there are times where I felt she overdid it with the seductiveness (to the point where she doesn't sound as natural as Diane). Still, she does a pretty solid job.

Tara Strong is also pretty good. She's funny, seductive and really deceptive. Her delivery can get a little wonky at times, but she works really well.

I also liked Jennifer Hale, Vanessa Marshall, Alyssa Milano, Laura Bailey and Fryda Wolff in the role.

Cyndi Williams has an epic voice, but I'm not really sold on her delivery. She's kinda forcing the ham. go to »
Harley Quinnsaid at 10:26 AM on Wed Jul 5 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Jenny Slate the most as Harley. I really enjoyed her performance in the flick, she's pretty energetic and playful and she does seem to be having tons of fun.

Arleen Sorkin does a great job originating the character. She does have a playful, fun-loving attitude and she really puts a smile on my face whenever I hear her.

Tara Strong is good as well, but there are times where the direction can really hurt her performance. But whenever the direction is not awful, she really shines.

I also really like what I've heard of Melissa Rauch's take. She really seems to be having tons of fun in the role.

Laura Bailey is also pretty good. I wish she reprised the role someday.

I also liked the others, too. Seriously, Harley has had it pretty good with voice performers. go to »
Two Facesaid at 4:21 AM on Wed Jul 5 2017
Billy Dee Williams is pretty enjoyable despite the little material he gets. I'm really glad he finally got to play Two-Face. He's right in-between Richard Moll and Troy Baker. go to »
Banesaid at 4:15 AM on Wed Jul 5 2017
Doug Benson is extremely enjoyable in the role. I really think he fits the Lego version perfectly. He's second place right in-between Silva and Elizondo. go to »
Red Hood / Jason Toddsaid at 11:42 AM on Fri Jun 30 2017
@EPA Deane Cool. It's a truce. :D go to »
Ed Gilbertsaid at 12:23 PM on Thu Jun 29 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Ed Gilbert!!!

I really loved him as General Hawk, Thrust, Blitzwing, Superion, Nomad, Ultimo and he was pretty boss as the Mandarin, Dormammu and Grey Gargoyle. go to »
Red Hood / Jason Toddsaid at 1:14 PM on Wed Jun 28 2017
@EPA Deane Personally, I disagree. I feel Troy and Cameron have a little bit more acting range without sounding inconsistent.

You have to understand that everybody has a different opinion about performances. I don't agree with the crowd most of the time ('cause I have a different kind of mindset and I always look for a performance closer to the ones from the old days of radio, which for me, are still some of the best performances there are), so you should try and accept that. go to »
Red Hood / Jason Toddsaid at 12:41 PM on Wed Jun 28 2017
@EPA Deane Maybe, but I honestly feel that in Jensen's case it makes his delivery kinda wonky to me (and I'm always focused on delivery and performance than voice). go to »
Gilda Radnersaid at 11:17 AM on Wed Jun 28 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Gilda Radner!!!

A really talented performer that was taken too soon from us. go to »
Red Hood / Jason Toddsaid at 1:42 PM on Tue Jun 27 2017
@GreenGoblin75 When he's speaking, he kinda doesn't sound right to me (he speaks too fast), but when he yells or raises his voice, he sounds great. go to »
Flash / Jay Garricksaid at 9:38 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
@EPA Deane Yeah, but it still isn't the kind of voice which I imagine coming out of an elderly Jay (my ideal voice for that is Walker Edmiston's Whizzer).

Pierson is good, but I feel he would make a better Alan Scott. go to »
Red Hood / Jason Toddsaid at 9:35 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
@EPA Deane I just feel that there are moments where Jensen isn't really into it, and he just doesn't grab my attention in the same way that Troy and Cameron do. go to »
Captain Coldsaid at 6:59 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
VC thoughts update

I really enjoyed Dick Ryal's take the most. His voice has a sort of frosty/shaky sound (that you can hear in this clip when he says "I'll start the wo-o-orld's next ice age!!!") that I really find appealing and he really seems to have fun in the roles.

C. Thomas Howell is much better as Captain Cold than he was as Reverse Flash IMO. I honestly enjoy his performance. Kinda reminds me of Wentworth Miller's take, especially in delivery.

Alan Tudyk also sounds pretty cool. I wish he had more material, 'cause he really sounds enjoyable.

Steve Blum is really having a blast in the role. I love his sassy attitude, makes him even more hilarious.

Lex Lang is also pretty enjoyable.

I also liked James Arnold Taylor, Danny Jacobs, Corey Burton and Kevin Michael Richardson in the role.

Michael J. Gough, Ryan Wickerham and Gideon Emery just don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Gorilla Groddsaid at 6:48 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
VC thoughts update

Stanley Ross is my favorite out of all these guys. He makes a great balance between the beastly sound and the intellectual sound, and I really feel that he sounded pretty menacing. I prefer him as Brainiac, but he was just as perfect as Grodd.

Next is David Sobolov. Honestly, I've always wanted Sobolov as Brainiac, and once I heard that he played Grodd, it was pretty close to my dream coming true. I haven't heard his more intellectual Grodd yet, but I really think he nailed it, just as he nailed the beastly side.

Charles Halford sounds pretty good, but I honestly wish he had less effects. Still, not bad.

Honestly, Ike Amadi kinda cracks me up. He really seems to be having fun with his more bombastic take on Grodd. If he was able to reprise, I think he could make him sound more savage.

Neil Kaplan's emulation of Stanley Ross is pretty awesome, but I think he has to practice on the snarl. Still, not bad.

I also enjoyed John DiMaggio, Phil LaMarr, Travis Willingham and Kevin Michael Richardson in the role.

Powers Boothe and Jens Andersen are the only ones that don't do it for me. Boothe is just not savage enough and Andersen doesn't sound that great. go to »
Doctor Fatesaid at 6:31 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
VC thoughts update

David Sobolov is really awesome as Dr. Fate. Honestly, he's just what I imagine Fate to sound like. This is another great example of David's work.

Kevin Michael Richardson is also pretty cool. Doesn't really work for classic Fate, but he's really good for his version.

Greg Ellis is also pretty good. His mystical voice combined with his delivery makes for something pretty memorable.

George DelHoyo's voice is kinda odd, but his delivery is awesome.

Oded Fehr has a more fitting voice than DelHoyo, but his delivery is pretty awkward.

Robert Newell is kinda off to me. go to »
Flash / Jay Garricksaid at 6:24 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
VC thoughts update

Travis Willingham really impressed me. I mean, yes, you can tell it's him, but I really like how he adds a little bit of age into his voice. Plus, he's having fun with the character.

Geoff Pierson sounds pretty good, but he sounds a little bit too old. Still, a pretty good choice.

Andy Milder is also pretty good, but unlike Pierson, he sounds a tad bit too young. He fits Jay when he was younger, though.

Ryan Wickerham is meh. go to »
Power Girlsaid at 6:20 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
VC thoughts update

I like Sara Cravens the most. She has a great tough-gal attitude, and she gives Power Girl a really good sense of humor as well as a really amusing "I'm not impressed" attitude.

Allison Mack also delivers a good performance. A little bit Supergirl-esque, but it works.

Adrienne Mischler has some pretty awkward delivery at times. go to »
Red Hood / Jason Toddsaid at 6:16 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Troy Baker the most as this character. His acting is excellent, and he really does sound pretty vengeful.

Cameron Bowen hits the same buttons as Baker. He sounds pretty awesome and badass.

Jensen Ackles is okay, but I dunno... his acting tends to be kinda wonky at times. There are times where he sounds good, but other times, he's kinda lacking. go to »
Mr. Freezesaid at 6:11 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
Jim Pirri is actually pretty enjoyable. It kinda sounds like a darker version of Len Weinrib's take.

He's right in-between Weinrib and Coleman. go to »
Green Lantern / Hal Jordansaid at 6:04 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
I really like Steve Blum in the role. Doesn't make my top five, but he really is pretty good. The rasp in his voice kinda reminds me of Gerald Mohr's take quite a bit. go to »
Swamp Thingsaid at 6:02 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
Fred Tatasciore is good, but I really feel he kinda lacks the intellectual sound I like to hear from Swamp Thing. Still, he's pretty good.

He's right in-between Dorn and Blanc. go to »
Blue Beetle / Jaime Reyessaid at 5:30 AM on Tue Jun 27 2017
Antony Del Rio is pretty awesome. He has a really cool youthful tone and a great sarcastic attitude. Second favorite right after Austin. go to »
Paul Freessaid at 5:08 PM on Thu Jun 22 2017
Oh, and I also enjoyed him as KARR. go to »
Paul Freessaid at 3:06 PM on Thu Jun 22 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Paul Frees!!!

I always felt he was perfect as the ever lovin' Thing!!! He had a really nice gruff voice and an excellent sense of humor, perfect for the character, and yet, he also nailed the moments where the Thing shows his sadness due to his appearance.

I also enjoyed him as Bombur, Elrond, Heap O'Calorie, Go Go Gomez, John Lennon, George Harrison, Uatu the Watcher and Evil Star. go to »
Monte Markhamsaid at 5:27 PM on Wed Jun 21 2017
Happy birthday Monte Markham!!!

I've heard a little bit of his Judge Sludge, and he really is fun in the role.

I also liked his performance in the Prometheus two-parter of the live-action Hulk TV show. His performance here made me think that he could be a pretty boss Silas in a Transformers project. go to »
William Woodsonsaid at 4:50 PM on Tue Jun 20 2017
@jonhardwick Yeah... that was pretty strange as well as sad. :( go to »
William Woodsonsaid at 1:55 PM on Mon Jun 19 2017
Dang, he passed away in February and I never even noticed it!!! :(

RIP Bill Woodson.

I really was hoping he would reach 100.

He had an epic narrating voice, which really was a treat to hear in the many SuperFriends/Super Powers cartoons, War and Rememberance and Battle of the Planets.

He was also great as Dr. Strange, Namor the Sub-Mariner and he was a hilarious J. Jonah Jameson. go to »
Keye Lukesaid at 8:06 AM on Sun Jun 18 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Keye Luke!!!

He had a fantastic evil voice, fitting for characters like Zoltar, The Great Spirit and Sunfire's Uncle Jenju.

Even now, I still enjoy his Zoltar performance due to the fun he seemed to be having in the role. go to »
Aron Kincaidsaid at 4:17 PM on Thu Jun 15 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Aron Kincaid!!!

He had a really awesome raspy voice that was always recognizable.

I really enjoyed him as Sky Lynx, Dr. Mark Morgan, Killer Croc, Lucas, Commander Korak (in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles episode "Cyber-Turtles"), The Iron Sheik and the Nerdator. go to »
Ice Cubesaid at 4:08 PM on Thu Jun 15 2017
Happy birthday Ice Cube!!!

Haven't seen The Book of Life, but he really seems to be having a ball as the Candlemaker.

Also, who could forget his Captain Dickson from 21 and 22 Jump Street.

"Lookit dat!!! Vietnamese Jesus is drippin' swag goo!!!" go to »
Malcolm McDowellsaid at 4:48 PM on Tue Jun 13 2017
Happy birthday Malcolm McDowell!!!

I really enjoyed him as Commodore Tolwyn, Metallo, Whistler and Arcady Duvall. go to »
Basil Rathbonesaid at 3:01 PM on Tue Jun 13 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Basil Rathbone!!!

He was just excellent as Sherlock Holmes. go to »
Mary Wickessaid at 2:59 PM on Tue Jun 13 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Mary Wickes!!!

Really enjoyed her as Louise the Maid in Meet Corliss Archer. go to »
Michael Donovansaid at 8:33 AM on Mon Jun 12 2017
Happy birthday Michael Donovan!!!

He is a really enjoyable VA. My favorite role from him would have to be Demitri Maximoff. Yes, the Darkstalkers cartoon wasn't that great, but Mike really stole the show. He was absolutely enjoyable and he seemed to be having a ball every time Demitri was in.

I also enjoyed him as Dirt Boss, Crosswise, Primus, Sabretooth, Carnage, the Grey Hulk, Guile, Zangief, the Eggplant Wizard, Bizarro and Big Bear (in the DiC G.I. Joe cartoon).

Also, he's my ideal choice to play Hot Rod and Rodimus Prime. go to »
Britta Phillipssaid at 3:55 PM on Sun Jun 11 2017
Happy birthday Britta Phillips!!!

She was awesome as the singing voice for Jem. go to »
Gerald Mohrsaid at 5:59 AM on Sun Jun 11 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Gerald Mohr!!!

A terribly underrated actor that was taken too soon from us.

His resemblance to Humphrey Bogart is uncanny, even his voice sounded a lot like Bogart's.

He was a pretty good first voice for Hal Jordan. He could have been a little bit more smug, but he worked well. I also feel he could have been a terrific Hal in live-action.

However, he was just perfect as Mr. Fantastic. He not only sounded heroic, but he also sounded like a very intellectual man and a leader.

I also enjoyed him his radio roles as Mr. Monet in Our Miss Brooks and as the title character in The Adventures of Philip Marlowe. go to »
Adam Westsaid at 10:01 AM on Sat Jun 10 2017
RIP Adam West

Man, kinda disappointed that he didn't get another chance to play a more darker Batman like he did in the Super Powers cartoons.

Honestly, I think he was actually a better Batman than Kevin Conroy. Adam was the whole package. He could be a really goofy, bombastic, Batusi dancing crimefighter, or a tormented avenger with his own demons deep down.

You will always be remembered, and for me, you'll always be the definitive Batman along with Matt Crowley, and the voice I imagine whenever I read the 70's and 80's comics drawn by Neal Adams and Jim Aparo. go to »
Herb Vigransaid at 7:10 AM on Mon Jun 5 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Herb Vigran!!!

I really enjoyed him as the Tin Man in the Lux Radio Theater adaptation of The Wizard of Oz and as Sad Sack.

I also enjoyed his live-action appearances in the 50's Superman TV show. go to »
Keith Davidsaid at 12:30 PM on Sun Jun 4 2017
Happy birthday Keith David!!!

He has a really wonderful, cool, smooth voice.

I really liked him as Nick Fury, Barricade, Black Panther, Mongul, Atlas and Spawn. go to »
Don Diamondsaid at 6:58 AM on Sun Jun 4 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Don Diamond!!!

A wonderful dialect master from the old radio days.

I really enjoyed hearing him as the bumbling Sgt. Gonzales in the Filmation Zorro cartoon. It was pretty interesting to see him there, especially since he played Corporal Reyes in the 50's live-action Zorro TV show.

I also enjoyed his brief part as a crook in an episode of the 50's Superman show. go to »
Princess Leiasaid at 4:12 AM on Wed May 31 2017
@EPA Deane You're right!!! She does sound a whole lot like Ann. go to »
Bat-Mitesaid at 10:58 AM on Tue May 30 2017
@HienFan I agree. Pat, Roger and Lou do a much better job at sounding comically annoying.

Paul is kinda forcing the annoying factor a whole lot. go to »
Townsend Colemansaid at 4:59 PM on Sun May 28 2017
Happy birthday Townsend Coleman!!!

COWABUNGA DUDE!!!!

He's just great as Michelangelo. I can never get enough of his Sean Penn-esque voice.

I also enjoyed him as the Rat King, the Tick, Mr. Freeze, False Face, Riot and Rewind. go to »
Thomas Kretschmannsaid at 2:57 PM on Wed May 24 2017
FEGELEIN!!!! FEGELEIN!!!! FEGELEIN!!!! go to »
Deathstrokesaid at 10:10 AM on Wed May 24 2017
Or in some other cases, which performance sounds better in my ears. go to »
Deathstrokesaid at 10:04 AM on Wed May 24 2017
@Shaun Ince I have to agree with you.

There are times where I stick with comic accuracy, whereas in other situations, I like alternate versions better.

In my case, at least, it mainly depends on what personality or performance fits the character's design best. go to »
Scatman Crotherssaid at 3:48 PM on Tue May 23 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Scatman Crothers!!!

He was just perfect as Jazz. go to »
Darkseidsaid at 4:25 PM on Sun May 21 2017
@EPA Deane Well, I am one of those people who doesn't mind hearing the same voice over and over again. I kinda grow accustomed to it and I just enjoy it. go to »
John Cygansaid at 12:03 PM on Sun May 21 2017
Even though his Tony Stark didn't make a big impression on me, his Iron Man was pretty good. Honestly, I would have loved to see him get another shot at both Stark and Iron Man.

RIP John Cygan. go to »
Jerry Hausnersaid at 12:31 PM on Sat May 20 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Jerry Hausner!!!

In the old days of radio, he was considered the "King of the Baby Cries", and he always delivered great baby noises in all the shows he was in (like the Jack Benny radio program).

I also enjoyed him as Itchy, B.B. Eyes, Stooge Viller, Brow, Oodles, Mole and he was hilarious as Hemlock Holmes!!! go to »
Scarecrowsaid at 5:27 AM on Sat May 20 2017
Honestly, Robert Englund disappointed me. I expected him to go full-on Freddy Krueger and do something closer to Henry Polic II and Andre Stojka. But instead, he just plays him too subdued for my taste.

It's not a bad performance, but like John, Dee, Corey and Dino, he just doesn't balance it well.

If he played him more like Freddy, Henry and Andre would have some serious competition in my book. go to »
Brainiacsaid at 5:23 AM on Sat May 20 2017
Jeffrey Combs is an extremely awesome Brainiac. He sounds pretty menacing, yet you can tell he's having fun in the role as well. Honestly, I would have preferred to have Jeffrey as Brainiac in the DCAU cartoons instead of Corey Burton (even though his Static Shock take was really awesome).

Part of me still wishes that David Sobolov had been cast as Brainiac, since he's someone I've been wanting in the role for ages, but I'm really pleased with Jeffrey.

He's my fifth favorite, right in-between Ted Cassidy and Dee Bradley Baker. go to »
Deathstrokesaid at 9:30 AM on Fri May 19 2017
@Galactic_Cyrus Rolston isn't as boring as Perlman. I feel that Rolston and the other ones I like (Miguel Ferrer included), have more acting and emotional range, whereas Perlman seems to be delivering every line the same exact way. Just hearing Perlman's Slade literally puts me to sleep. And in FP, Perlman just gets too little material and his delivery is kinda off. go to »
Brother Bloodsaid at 8:03 AM on Thu May 18 2017
VC thoughts update

John DiMaggio has a lot of presence and energy in the role. His acting is incredibly awesome, with the proper amount of ham and presence.

Ev Lunning, Jr. is also pretty good. He has the ham down, but his energy is not as great as DiMaggio. Still, it's one of the best performances in that game.

Gregg Henry just doesn't leave the same impression as John and Ev did. go to »
Deathstrokesaid at 8:00 AM on Thu May 18 2017
VC thoughts update

I honestly like Mark Rolston the most. He really sounds threatening and he has a really cool smug tone. Plus, he adds a whole lot of energy into his performance.

J.G. Hertzler is perfect for an older Deathstroke. He has a really cool sort of drawl in his delivery, and he does sound like someone you shouldn't mess with while also being incredibly smooth.

Patrick Seitz also sounds pretty awesome in the role. He's quite badass and enjoyably smug in the role.

Wentworth Miller is also pretty badass, and his taunting attitude is really cool.

Fred Tatasciore also sounds quite great. He has a really cool smug tone and could sound pretty threatening.

I also enjoyed Robin Atkin Downes, John DiMaggio and Miguel Ferrer in the role. They are also really badass and enjoyable in the role. I would have honestly preferred Miguel to play the role instead of Ron Perlman, but even then, this was a great final performance before his passing.

Ron Perlman, Tracy W. Bush and Thomas Gibson honestly don't do it for me. I mean, I love Ron Perlman, he's a good actor, but his Deathstroke is one of his weakest roles IMO. One of those roles where he wasn't really used well, and really left a bad impression on me. Bush and Gibson are on the same level as Ron: they kinda bore me. go to »
Darkseidsaid at 7:47 AM on Thu May 18 2017
@EPA Deane I have a different idea of how Darkseid should sound like. I feel Frank really fits the design perfectly, and he sounds fittingly menacing, especially in episodes like "The Seeds of Doom".

You should understand that everyone has different opinions about how they imagine characters to sound like. As I've told you before, everyone has a different mindset. go to »
Martha Kentsaid at 9:42 AM on Wed May 17 2017
@Music Meister Okay, I will, when I have some clips ready. go to »
Darkseidsaid at 6:23 AM on Wed May 17 2017
VC thoughts update

Honestly, whenever I see Jack Kirby's drawings of Darkseid, I always imagine Frank Welker's voice coming out of it. Frank delivers a pretty foreboding performance. His decrepit voice just fits Jack Kirby's design perfectly and honestly, he really made Darkseid a threat to be reckoned with.

The only one in Frank's league IMO is Michael Leon Wooley. He also sounds quite decrepit and sinister in the role, and like Frank, I like that he differed his Darkseid and Kalibak voices from each other. Honestly, I'm glad Wooley reprised the role in Injustice 2, 'cause he really delivers a chilling performance.

Perry Brown doesn't get much to work with, but I really think he did a great job as Darkseid. A little bombastic, but pretty good nonetheless.

David Sobolov is also incredibly menacing. I really like his delivery and his voice does have a great decrepit sound which fits perfectly.

With the effects, Weird Al Yankovic works pretty well. He's pretty hilarious and it gets even more ridiculous when his normal voice is revealed. So yeah, it works for what they were going for.

Michael Ironside, Kevin Michael Richardson, Steve Blum and Tony Todd are pretty disappointing for me. As much as I love Michael Ironside's work, I honestly feel he was miscast as Darkseid. He just sounds too light and I think he would fit Kalibak much more. Richardson sounds too nice, and honestly, I was expecting something more Darth Vader-esque. Steve could have worked if he used one of his deeper voices, but it's just his normal voice drowned in effects. Todd is a good casting choice, but his delivery can get pretty awkward. Of all these guys, I think Todd is better, 'cause at least he's fun to listen to.

Andre Braugher and the UVA have the right idea, but their deliveries are not that solid. go to »
Starfiresaid at 6:10 AM on Wed May 17 2017
Changing my vote to Kari. She has grown quite a bit on me. go to »
Gigantasaid at 6:04 AM on Wed May 17 2017
VC thoughts update

I honestly liked Joan Gerber the most (she played Giganta in one of the SuperFriends: The Lost Episodes shorts). She not only sounded fittingly tough, but she also sounded quite sultry and feminine at the same time.

Second would have to be Erica Luttrell. I really think she's tons of fun and she does fit Giganta quite well.

Ruth Forman is a little bit too macho, but she works well enough. She also added quite a bit of menace into her performance.

Jennifer Hale sounds too light for someone like Giganta. It's pretty much the opposite of Ruth: sounds too sultry, yet lacks toughness and menace. Honestly, she disappointed me, 'cause I know she can do better.

Louise Williams fits a younger Giganta pretty well, but I can't really see her as the traditional version.

Grey DeLisle is pretty cool, but I honestly feel that she and Jennifer would switch roles, 'cause Grey seems to fit traditional Giganta much better.

Lana Lesley and April Winchell are kinda awkward. go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 5:47 AM on Wed May 17 2017
@EPA Deane Funny you should mention that, 'cause Joan did actually play teenagers in some episodes of the Superman radio show, so she would still pull it off. go to »
Hawkgirlsaid at 5:30 AM on Wed May 17 2017
VC thoughts update

I really liked Janet Waldo the most in the role. She had a great husky voice and a really youthful and playful attitude that really made me enjoy her performance.

Next would have to be Maria Canals. She actually sounds pretty similar to Janet, and her performance has quite a bit of energy. There were times where she wouldn't sound right, but most of the time, she did great.

Shannon Farnon I think did better as Hawkgirl than Wonder Woman (even though I still like her Wondy). She has a really nice tough gal sound and I think the macho attitude fits Hawkgirl well.

Jennifer Hale also delivers a great performance. She is quite playful at times, but she could also be pretty aggressive.

Collette Whittaker is quite energetic and spunky. She's another great fit for the role.

Nika Futterman also sounds cool. She really seems to be having tons of fun in the role and her youthful attitude is great.

Lana Lesley tends to overact quite a bit. go to »
Eclipsosaid at 5:16 AM on Wed May 17 2017
VC thoughts update

I like Jason Liebrecht the most. He delivers a great manic performance and you can tell he's having tons of fun in the role.

Mona Marshall... man, she does a really good job. It's been quite a while since I last heard her in a role, and I'm glad that she got Eclipso. I love how regal and sophisticated she sounds.

Bruce McGill has the right idea in performance, but his voice sounds extremely forced. go to »
Bumblebeesaid at 5:12 AM on Wed May 17 2017
VC thoughts update

I like Masasa Moyo the most in this role. She has the right energy and I like her youthful attitude.

T'Keyah Keymah sounds good, but her delivery could get a little bit too slow.

Teala Dunn sounds good, but she doesn't really leave a big impression on me. go to »
Martha Kentsaid at 5:08 AM on Wed May 17 2017
I forgot about Shannon Farnon and Marlene Aragon in the classic SuperFriends cartoons. They both did good, but Marlene was the better of the two. I'll put Marlene right in-between Jennifer and Shelley, and Shannon in-between Shelley and Swoosie.

Also, I like Helen Slater's performance, but she sounds a tad bit too young for a standard version. But she works perfectly for a younger Ma Kent. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 4:58 AM on Wed May 17 2017
I really like Tom Kenny a whole lot. Doesn't make my top five, but I really think he did great. go to »
Regis Cordicsaid at 8:22 AM on Mon May 15 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Regis Cordic!!!

He was a really awesome radio personality and I really loved him as Menasor, Diablo, Ringmaster and the Quintessons. He also was a pretty decent early voice for Apache Chief. go to »
John Rhys Daviessaid at 5:37 PM on Fri May 5 2017
He was also solid as Treebeard and Gimli. go to »
John Rhys Daviessaid at 5:36 PM on Fri May 5 2017
Happy birthday John Rhys-Davies!!!

I really enjoyed him as Thor and Asgarth. go to »
Pat Carrollsaid at 5:33 PM on Fri May 5 2017
Happy birthday Pat Carroll!!!

She was great as Hippolyta in the 1988 Superman cartoon and I also enjoyed her as Grandma Arbuckle. go to »
Jo Ann Pflugsaid at 1:01 PM on Tue May 2 2017
Happy birthday Jo Ann Pflug!!!

For me, she'll always be the Invisible Girl. She had a kind, sweet tone, yet she could be feisty at the right times. go to »
The New Adventures of Supermansaid at 9:36 AM on Tue May 2 2017
@EPA Deane I'm not even sure if that's even Julie. I've seen all the episodes and it sounds like Joan all the way through. go to »
Christian Lanzsaid at 11:01 AM on Mon May 1 2017
Happy birthday Christian Lanz!!!

Honestly, I wish he could reprise Breakaway someday. He had only one line in the game itself, but he had a bit more in the multiplayer matches, and he sounds almost exactly like my ideal Breakaway voice, which would be Jerry Houser. He sounded youthful and energetic, and despite limited material, he really was an improvement over Andrew Kishino (who still did a pretty terrific job in the role as well).

I also enjoyed him a lot as Fishface. Such an enjoyable performance and a true standout from the 2012 TMNT cartoon. go to »
Richard Epcarsaid at 11:41 AM on Sat Apr 29 2017
Happy birthday Richard Epcar!!!

I absolutely enjoyed him as Armorhide, the Joker and Commissioner Gordon, and he was absolutely enjoyable and hilarious as BoBoBo-Bo Bo-BoBo.

His Bo-BoBo in particular would work well as the Battlechargers from Transformers. go to »
Lennie Weinribsaid at 4:38 AM on Sat Apr 29 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Len Weinrib!!!

My favorite role from him would have to be Gripper in the Rambo cartoon. He had a really great accent and his performance was always enjoyable, making this ruthless warrior with a claw hand come to life.

I also enjoyed him as Clayface, Sweet Tooth, Mr. Freeze and Jerkface. go to »
Ryan Drummondsaid at 4:33 AM on Sat Apr 29 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed I really liked his work as Sonic and Knuckles, too. He really did a solid job as them. go to »
Hulksaid at 6:45 PM on Wed Apr 26 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed I dunno about that. Mark Gibbon sounds pretty unnatural IMO.

I feel Bob Holt's take is extremely underrated. I personally think he has the best roaring voice out of all of these guys. go to »
Vic Perrinsaid at 8:57 AM on Wed Apr 26 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Vic Perrin!!!

I really loved his guest roles in the Gunsmoke radio show as well as in the CBS Radio Workshop.

My favorite animation role from him is the Silver Surfer. His voice was perfect for the Herald of Galactus, making him sound loyal to his master, yet also adding a lot of nobility and warmth. Honestly, whenever I read the old Galactus trilogy, I imagine Vic as the Surfer.

I also enjoyed him as the Control Voice from the Outer Limits, the Red Ghost, Professor Gamma, Hawkman, Thor and he was a pretty solid first voice for Sinestro in the earlier episodes of Challenge of the SuperFriends. go to »
Stacy Haiduksaid at 3:51 AM on Mon Apr 24 2017
Happy birthday Stacy Haiduk!!!

Really enjoyed her as Akaavi Spar and I'm glad she got another video game role.

I also wish she could reprise Lana Lang in a cartoon or video game, 'cause I really felt she nailed the character in the 1988 live-action Superboy show. go to »
Alan Oppenheimersaid at 11:12 AM on Sun Apr 23 2017
Happy birthday Alan Oppenheimer!!!

I really loved him as Warpath, Beachcomber, Seaspray, Breakdown, Skeletor (I really could see him doing a Frank Langella-esque take as well), Cringer/Battlecat, Man-At-Arms, Alfred Pennyworth, Gentleman Ghost, Dr. Hans Zarkov, Ming the Merciless, Uncle Dudley, Dr. Sivana, Mr. Mind, Mr. Tawny, Buzz-Off, Mer-Man, Colonel Samuel Trautman (he really sounded pretty similar to Richard Crenna), the Blob, Jonathan Kent, Uatu the Watcher and Firelord. go to »
Jack Maysaid at 11:04 AM on Sun Apr 23 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Jack May!!!

Really enjoyed him as Theoden in the 1981 BBC Lord of the Rings radio drama. go to »
Deadmansaid at 1:48 PM on Fri Apr 21 2017
@EPA Deane Yeah, but it still feels kinda off for me. go to »
George DiCenzosaid at 5:55 AM on Fri Apr 21 2017
Happy birthday and RIP George DiCenzo!!!

For me, he still is the definitive Captain America. He's the voice I imagine whenever I read a Cap comic. He sounds warm, compassionate and he also sounds like a soldier that fought on WWII.

I also enjoyed him as Blackstar, the Wizard, Garth, Tyrin, Ubu, Bow, Hordak and Captain Lou Albano. go to »
Etrigan the Demonsaid at 11:53 AM on Thu Apr 20 2017
@huzaifa_ahmed Well, I really like him. He has a great imposing presence and he does sound like he's having fun, both as Jason and Etrigan. And like Zane, Baker and Weiss, he does add a difference between his Jason and Etrigan voices, so that's a plus.

I think I might change my vote for him once he gets added. go to »
Etrigan the Demonsaid at 3:50 AM on Thu Apr 20 2017
VC thought update

I like Billy Zane the most. I really feel his voice has a sort of imposing presence and I honestly wish he had more material. His delivery is also quite solid.

Dee Bradley Baker is also great in the role. His hammy delivery is really enjoyable and his voice does fit the character well.

Michael T. Weiss' performance is good, but the accent is kinda off. If he dropped it, it would be much better.

Kevin Conroy gets too little material, but honestly, I could see him working well in the role.

Christopher S. Field has a lighter voice, but his delivery is really good, despite some off moments.

Ray Chase, I feel he's cool, but I dunno, I'm not really sold on his take. go to »
Green Lantern / John Stewartsaid at 3:36 AM on Thu Apr 20 2017
VC thoughts update

Phil LaMarr does a good job as John. His delivery is great and he has the right amount of energy.

Kevin Michael Richardson does a pretty good job as well. He does have authority and I like his smooth delivery.

Michael Jai White is a little bit lighter, but he works well in the role too.

Ken Thomas is kinda off. He does have an authoritative vibe, but his delivery is kinda unenthusiastic.

Roger Cross is kinda bland. go to »
Deadmansaid at 3:31 AM on Thu Apr 20 2017
VC thoughts updated

I really like Michael Rosenbaum the most. I feel the dry sense of humor fits this character well. Rosenbaum really manages to find a way to make a dry performance enjoyable.

Raphael Sbarge has a solid performance, but his accent is a little off.

Nick Turturro sounds even more off than Sbarge. I'd chalk that up more to the material. go to »
Zatannasaid at 6:30 PM on Wed Apr 19 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Julie Brown the most. I really like her spunky attitude and she does sound like someone who is a stage personality. Plus, she does sound like someone I would like to hang around with.

Lacey Chabert hits the same notes as Julie. She's perfect for a younger Zatanna.

Kari Wahlgren's take has a really nice seductive feel while also sounding pretty youthful. Another nice performance.

Jennifer Hale does hit the right notes, but she's not as great as the aforementioned actresses. She's not bad, though.

Juliet Landau does well as Zatanna's backwards voice, but she isn't that memorable.

Claire Hamilton and Camilla Luddington just don't do it for me. go to »
Swamp Thingsaid at 6:17 PM on Wed Apr 19 2017
Roger Cross is really disappointing for me. He has the right voice, but is delivery is more flat than Washington's. go to »
Terra / Tara Markovsaid at 5:06 AM on Wed Apr 19 2017
Ashley is more energetic and fun in the role. Christina is not bad, but she lacks energy. go to »
Weather Wizardsaid at 7:53 PM on Tue Apr 18 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Robin Atkin Downes the most. I really get a crack out of his take, and I can tell he's having tons of fun in the role.

Corey Burton sounds really awesome in the role as well. I actually like both of his takes.

Rick D. Wasserman sounds really good in the role, but I would have preferred it if he had better material to work with.

As much as I love some of the late Miguel Ferrer's work, his Weather Wizard is just serviceable IMO.

Brandon Young is meh. go to »
Ra's Al Ghulsaid at 7:41 PM on Tue Apr 18 2017
VC thoughts update

David Warner just brings a lot of presence and gravitas to Ra's Al Ghul. His performance is really quite theatrical and he always delivers his lines with conviction. An awesome casting choice.

Dee Bradley Baker also sounds pretty cool. He also delivers his lines with a lot of conviction and he does have the same foreboding feel that Warner had.

Steve Blum also sounds pretty cool. He has an authoritative tone, but he's also quite funny. I wouldn't mind a reprisal.

Oded Fehr is also quite good. He has a nice accent and his delivery is quite solid.

Peter Woodward is quite impressive in the role. He sounds astonishingly similar to David Warner. He seems to have the same kind of delivery as well.

I also enjoyed Ken Watanabe and T.C. Carson in the role.

Don Leslie, Liam Neeson, Jason Isaacs, Ben Wolfe, Lance Reddick and Giancarlo Esposito just don't do it for me.

Honorable mention: Garrick Hagon (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Flash / Barry Allensaid at 7:02 PM on Tue Apr 18 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Jack Angel the most. I'm surprised at how youthful he sounds. Jack is one of those VAs with a pretty distinctive voice, and yet, he manages to conceal it quite well here. He really fits Barry Allen to a tee.

Charlie Schlatter also does a great job as Barry. His energetic and fast delivery really is enjoyable. Another solid fit for the scarlet speedster.

Bill Callaway (who played Flash in the first episode of Challenge of the SuperFriends) is also quite good. Yeah, it may be just his Aquaman voice, but it does fit quite well. I prefer him as Aquaman, but he's a really solid Flash too.

Grant Gustin is actually kinda cool. Not as great as he is on the Flash show (from what I remember), but it's still a really solid voiceover debut.

Barney Phillips (who played Flash in The All-New SuperFriends Hour) has a pretty deep voice, but his performance is pretty good. It has the right energy and I really like it despite the ill-fitting voice.

I've also enjoyed Alan Tudyk, Taliesin Jaffe, James Arnold Taylor, George Eads, Eric Bauza, Michael Rosenbaum, Neal McDonough, Jason Spisak and Yuri Lowenthal in the role.

Neil Patrick Harris, Dwight Schultz, Justin Chambers and Christopher Gorham either don't leave a big impression on me, or they feel completely off. Schultz is a sad case, 'cause he was given the wrong Flash (I really think this could make for a pretty awesome Jay Garrick).

Ray Owens and Ted Knight sadly don't hold up all that well. Out of the two, I prefer Owens, 'cause despite the inconsistent voice, he does have some good delivery. Knight had a more consistent voice, but his delivery was kinda stiff at times. go to »
James Woodssaid at 12:16 PM on Tue Apr 18 2017
Happy birthday James Woods!!!!

IMO, he's the best of all the modern Lex Luthor voices. His voice kinda reminds me of a cross between Michael Rye and Rene Auberjonois and he's just as fun as Stan Jones was in the role. go to »
Clive Revillsaid at 12:14 PM on Tue Apr 18 2017
Happy birthday Clive Revill!!!

I absolutely enjoyed him as Kickback. He was quite possibly the best of the Insecticon performers IMO, since I always found that his voice was pretty unique.

I also enjoyed him as Emperor Palpatine, Alfred Pennyworth, Dr. Doom and Jetfire. go to »
Bob Hastingssaid at 12:00 PM on Tue Apr 18 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Bob Hastings!!!

Really enjoyed him as Archie Andrews and Commisioner Gordon. He was also quite solid as Superboy. go to »
Susan Romansaid at 1:59 PM on Mon Apr 17 2017
Happy birthday Susan Roman!!!

I really liked her as Officer Lewis in the RoboCop cartoon. She sounded quite similar to Nancy Allen (albeit slightly higher) and really delivered a nice performance. I also liked her chemistry with Dan Hennessey's Robo.

I also liked her as the Scarlett Witch and Callisto. go to »
Superman (1988)said at 4:24 AM on Mon Apr 17 2017
@EPA Deane Well, sometimes shows are not for everyone. go to »
Yellow Jacket / Hank Pymsaid at 6:36 PM on Sun Apr 16 2017
Leaning more towards Wingert, but Vincent was just as good. go to »
Joan Alexandersaid at 3:09 PM on Sun Apr 16 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Joan Alexander!!!

Along with Noel Neill, Joan is my one of my top favorite Lois Lane performers, making Lois both a tough cookie without sounding cynical or going overboard with the hostility, as well as a really relatable character. She also had some pretty nice range, I once heard her playing a young girl in the Superman radio show.

I also enjoyed her as Jane Hogan and the female agent in the Superman shorts, as well as the Lois Lane double Dixie LaMarr in the Superman radio show saga "Dr. Blythe's Confidence Gang". go to »
Les Tremaynesaid at 1:33 PM on Sun Apr 16 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Les Tremayne!!!

He was great in radio shows like The First Nighter Program, The Falcon and The Abbott Mysteries.

I also liked him as the Ghost of Christmas Present. go to »
Hans Conriedsaid at 11:47 AM on Sat Apr 15 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Hans Conried!!!

One of the most versatile and energetic character actors from the old radio days.

He was perfect as Thorin Oakenshield and as the Chameleon.

He could have done much more work during the 80's. He was one of those extremely talented people that was taken too soon from us. go to »
Michael Ansarasaid at 11:41 AM on Sat Apr 15 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Michael Ansara!!!

He was pretty awesome as Mr. Freeze, Hiawatha Smith in Spider-Friends and the Ancient One, but my favorite role from him would have to be General Warhawk in the Rambo cartoon. It was a nice out-of-the-box role for him, and he really does well as the authoritative and ruthless dictator of the evil forces of S.A.V.A.G.E. go to »
She-Hulksaid at 7:20 AM on Sat Apr 15 2017
VC thoughts update

I actually like Victoria Carroll the most. I really like her husky voice and her delivery is quite solid. She sounds tough and seductive at the same time. She also has some good chemistry with Bob Holt's Hulk.

Cree Summer has a lighter but still soothing voice and some really solid delivery. She also makes her quite likeable.

Lisa Zane kinda overacts at times, but she still is quite solid. She does go overboard with the seductive side, but she isn't bad. I quite like her.

Mary Faber sounds pretty good in the role. I would love to hear her in the role again.

Maria Canals sounds pretty fitting. She has a really nice husky sounding voice and pretty energetic delivery.

I also like Alicia Coppola, Grey DeLisle, Eliza Dushku and Misty Lee in the role.

Rebecca Shoichet and Katee Sackhoff are the only ones that don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Ikarissaid at 7:04 AM on Sat Apr 15 2017
Again, this is a toughie. I guess I'll go with Wingert, but I still would call this a tie. go to »
Brad Garrettsaid at 7:27 AM on Fri Apr 14 2017
Happy birthday, Brad Garrett!!!

I really enjoyed him as Trypticon, Obelix, Krang, Hulk Hogan and Jim Rage. go to »
Kenneth Marssaid at 7:22 AM on Fri Apr 14 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Ken Mars!!!

I really enjoyed him as Quickclaw and Dr. Hunter Hunterhanker. go to »
Sersisaid at 6:54 PM on Thu Apr 13 2017
Dang, this is tough. Both are fitting in their own way. I prefer Brett a little bit more. go to »
Ron Perlmansaid at 10:33 AM on Thu Apr 13 2017
Oh, and I also liked him as Clayface. go to »
Ron Perlmansaid at 10:33 AM on Thu Apr 13 2017
Happy birthday Ron Perlman!!!

When he's used well, he can deliver pretty good performances.

I really liked him as Kurtis Stryker and Scorpion in the Mortal Kombat cartoon, Orion, Sinestro and Armaggon. go to »
Iron Mansaid at 9:34 AM on Thu Apr 13 2017
VC thoughts update

Robert Hays is my favorite here. I really like the confident, badass tone, but I also like the fact that he also adds an intellectual sound at the right times. His voice also has a nice heroic feel to it. Honestly, I always felt he did a pretty good job with Iron Man.

I like Marc Worden a lot, too. He also has the confidence and badass attitude that Iron Man should have. Overall, he just delivers another fine performance.

Eric Loomis does have a nice intellectual vibe while also sounding quite badass in the role. Another standout performance.

Adrian Pasdar has a pretty cool voice and delivery. He may not sound as intellectual as the previous performers, but I really think he does a good job.

John Vernon's take is one of those performances from the 1966 Marvel Super Heroes cartoon that holds up quite nicely to this day. I really like his deep voice and he does sound quite badass. He kinda reminds me of Robert Ridgely at times.

I also like Francis Diakowsky, Chris Britton, David Kaye, John Cygan, Stephen Stanton, Crispin Freeman, Tom Kenny, Jason Griffith, Chris Cox, Nolan North, Matthew Mercer and Kirby Morrow in the role.

Tom Kane, Adrian Petriw and Mick Wingert just don't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Waspsaid at 3:45 AM on Thu Apr 13 2017
Kelly Sheridan is quite good, but she needs more material. Putting her in-between Tara and Linda. go to »
Superman (1988)said at 9:31 AM on Wed Apr 12 2017
@EPA Deane In all honesty, I feel this show did a much better job than the 90's one in making Superman stories.

The Shadow Thief and The Prankster episodes were my favorites because they really managed to tell a great story with plenty of action as well as fun.

The only weakness this show has is the extremely wimpy Clark Kent, but that's all.

That's my personal opinion, though. go to »
Arceesaid at 3:30 AM on Wed Apr 12 2017
@EPA Deane It's mainly because of the material she got. If she got better material, I would rank her higher. go to »
Laurie Fasosaid at 2:02 PM on Tue Apr 11 2017
Happy birthday, Laurie Faso!!!!

I really enjoyed him as Orion Pax, Skydive, Divebomb, Rampage, Tunnel Rat and Raphael. go to »
Hulksaid at 3:57 PM on Mon Apr 10 2017
VC thoughts update

Lou Ferrigno does a commendable job as the Hulk. It's pretty surprising that he got the chance to lend his voice in later projects, whereas in the 70's TV show, the Hulk's roars were always provided by Ted Cassidy and Charles Napier. But still, Ferrigno does nail the anger and the sweetness, making him just as endearing and emotional as he was in live-action.

Next place would have to go to Bob Holt. Honestly, this is the voice I imagine whenever I read a Hulk comic. He nails the power and the rage, and those roars he provided are so epic. Honestly, Holt was a pretty underrated actor and this is my favorite role from him.

Peter Cullen works perfectly for a more lighthearted take. He really does a good job at sounding imposing and savage, even if he tends to sound goofy at times.

Fred Tatasciore is really good as the Hulk, but there are times where he can sound kinda unnatural. Still, he does seem to be channeling Bob Holt quite well, despite the unnatural sound of his voice at times.

Max Ferguson works quite well for the Hulk's earlier appearances. He sounds more like a Universal monster, but that's how the Hulk was written back then.

I also enjoyed Ron Perlman, Andrew Jackson (mainly for nostalgia), Peter Lurie, Travis Willingham, Rick D. Wasserman and Michael Dobson in the role.

I'm not big on Ang Lee, Mark Gibbon and John Cena's takes. Lee sounds kinda weird, Gibbon sounds pretty unnatural most of the time and Cena is pretty disappointing (he could work under better direction, though). go to »
Lee Weaversaid at 9:13 AM on Mon Apr 10 2017
Happy birthday Lee Weaver!!!

I really enjoyed him as Alpine. He really seemed to have fun in the role and he had great chemistry with John Hostetter's Bazooka. go to »
Poncie Poncesaid at 7:51 AM on Mon Apr 10 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Poncie Ponce!!!!

"Look at what dropped in, bruddas!!! A hundred and seventy pounds of air pollution!!!!"

Despite not getting a lot of material, he was really good as Red Dog, delivering a pretty cool accent and a nice badass attitude. go to »
Harry Morgansaid at 3:50 AM on Mon Apr 10 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Harry Morgan!!!

Really enjoyed him as the host of Mystery in the Air and as the hotel clerk in the Dragnet radio episode "The Big Boys". go to »
Jane Jetsonsaid at 11:17 AM on Sun Apr 9 2017
VC thoughts update

I really enjoy Penny Singleton as Jane Jetson as much as I enjoy her as Blondie. She just brings a sweet charm to the role and her overall performance is always great.

Grey DeLisle does a good job at channeling Penny while also making the role her own. I'd say she's the best replacement.

Diane Michelle sounds pretty close to Penny, but her delivery tends to be kinda off.

Lauri Fraser just doesn't leave a big impression on me. go to »
Elroy Jetsonsaid at 11:11 AM on Sun Apr 9 2017
VC thoughts update

Man, Daws Butler does a good job at sounding like a kid yet being quite recognizable at the same time. It sounds almost exactly like a character he played in one of Stan Freberg's satirical recordings and that just brings a smile to my face. Overall, good showcase of range from Butler.

Tom Kenny does a good job at emulating Butler. I think out of the replacements, he's the best overall.

Trevor Devall is quite good, but it sounds as if he needs a little bit more time in the role.

Patric Zimmerman is kinda off at times, but his attempt is not all that bad.

Jeff Bergman is unremarkable IMO. go to »
Judy Jetsonsaid at 11:05 AM on Sun Apr 9 2017
VC thoughts update

Personally, I've never been a fan of Judy. Like Janet Waldo once said, the character really isn't very broad compared to some other characters she had played over the years (like Princess from Battle of the Planets, Corliss Archer and Lady Dorma), and I have to agree.

However, Janet still did a good job at giving Judy the right amount of energy and youthfulness, and obviously, giving her trademark likeable charm she always had in all of her roles despite the fact that Judy is quite possibly the lamest character in the Jetsons.

B.J. Ward is next. I really love her singing. She seems to have the same energy as Janet and I wouldn't mind to hear her again.

I never expected Danica McKellar to be so good in this role. I love her energy and honestly, if they ever did a new Corliss Archer show, I would love to hear Danica as Corliss.

Tiffany is not as bad as I originally expected to be, but she still isn't that impressive either. Her singing, however, is quite great. go to »
Astrosaid at 10:55 AM on Sun Apr 9 2017
Frank Welker did a much better job than Jeff Bergman IMO. He's third. go to »
Baloosaid at 6:02 PM on Thu Apr 6 2017
Boy, Robert Ridgely really fits the role surprisingly well. Who would have thought that the loud and blustery General Ross could manage to sound so laidback and cool??? That's range. go to »
Leigh Allyn Bakersaid at 5:16 AM on Mon Apr 3 2017
Happy birthday Leigh Allyn Baker!!!

I really enjoyed her as Alisa Silver, Scarlett and Jean Grey. go to »
Ken Sansomsaid at 10:05 AM on Sun Apr 2 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Ken Sansom!!!

I absolutely enjoyed him as Hound and Professor Stein. go to »
Rick Pasqualonesaid at 4:21 PM on Thu Mar 30 2017
Happy birthday Rick Pasqualone!!!

He is really awesome as Aldo Trapani, Buzzstrike, Gambit and Dr. Strange. go to »
Natalie Landersaid at 5:05 PM on Tue Mar 28 2017
Happy birrthday Natalie Lander!!!

She's really awesome as Stargirl. go to »
Paul Eidingsaid at 11:59 AM on Tue Mar 28 2017
Happy birthday Paul Eiding!!!

I absolutely enjoyed him as Perceptor in Transformers. He just nailed the extremely intelligent personality that Perceptor should have, yet he also added a lot of humility into the character.

I also enjoyed him as Deceptitraan, Jonathan Kent, Ymir and Gezundheitan. go to »
Astrosaid at 1:03 PM on Mon Mar 27 2017
VC thoughts update

Don Messick does a fantastic job in the role. He really delivers a pretty believable dog voice, while still sounding distinctive from his Scooby-Doo.

Out of the replacements, I like Wally Wingert the most. I feel he needs more material, but he works pretty well.

Jeff Bergman is meh. go to »
George Jetsonsaid at 12:59 PM on Mon Mar 27 2017
VC thoughts update

George O'Hanlon made this character. His voice just fits the character to a tee.

Out of the replacements, I like Wally Wingert the most. He sounds quite close to O'Hanlon and I like the somewhat sarcastic tone he adds to the character.

Jeff Bergman did a pretty good job replacing O'Hanlon in the movie. You can barely tell it's him.

Billy West sounds a little bit off to me. go to »
Nathan Fillionsaid at 8:06 AM on Mon Mar 27 2017
Happy birthday Nathan Fillion!!!

I really enjoyed him as Steve Trevor and along with Michael Rye, he's one of my top favorite Hal Jordan voice performers. go to »
Birdosaid at 4:42 AM on Sun Mar 26 2017
I like Jeannie Elias the most. She is quite fun in the role. I just get a crack out of her absent-minded mother take.

Jessica Chisum is okay. She sounds kinda strange at times, though.

Jen Taylor's delivery is kinda off and she sounds kinda fake at times. go to »
Jenny Slatesaid at 6:48 PM on Sat Mar 25 2017
Happy birthday Jenny Slate!!!

After watching the Lego Batman Movie, she definitely became my favorite voice for Harley Quinn. She's quite enjoyable and fun in the role. go to »
Nicolle Tomsaid at 2:44 PM on Thu Mar 23 2017
Happy birthday Nicolle Tom!!!

Once again, I'm not big on the DCAU Superman cartoon, but she was one of the few casting choices I liked. Her Supergirl is so innocent and likeable, and I really felt she delivered a solid performance. She kinda reminds me of Helen Slater's Supergirl at times, which is nice 'cause I love Helen's Supergirl. go to »
Keri Russellsaid at 2:37 PM on Thu Mar 23 2017
Happy birthday Keri Russell!!!

I really enjoyed her performance as Wonder Woman. go to »
Paula Winslowesaid at 10:31 AM on Thu Mar 23 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Paula Winslowe!!!

She was great as Peg Riley in the Life of Riley radio show and as Mrs. Conklin in Our Miss Brooks. go to »
Tony Popesaid at 5:45 AM on Wed Mar 22 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Tony Pope!!!

A really underrated performer that was taken too soon from us.

Wreck-Gar is my favorite performance from him. He really nailed the character. He did near flawless impressions of Desi Arnaz's Ricky Ricardo, John Hamilton's Perry White, Jack Larson's Jimmy Olsen, DeForest Kelley's Bones McCoy and Vic Perrin's Control Voice.

I also loved his C-3PO in the Star Wars Trilogy Arcade coin-op. He sounds quite close to Anthony Daniels. If he added a little bit of a bellowing tone, it would have made a pretty cool Frank Nelson impression. go to »
Super Powers Team: Galactic Guardianssaid at 9:24 AM on Tue Mar 21 2017
@Voiceactorfan1 That's because the animators painted them the same color as his skin. Same goes for Hawkman. go to »
Bruce Baumsaid at 11:11 AM on Sat Mar 18 2017
Happy birthday Bruce Baum!!!

A really fun comedian. Good ol' Babyman never ceases to amuse me.

MARTY FELDMAN EYES!!! go to »
Dick Bealssaid at 1:18 PM on Thu Mar 16 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Dick Beals!!!

A great actor from the old radio days who specialized in playing children. He was great as Dan Reid, Jr. in the Lone Ranger radio show. go to »
Mercedes McCambridgesaid at 12:27 PM on Thu Mar 16 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Mercedes McCambridge!!!

A wonderful actress from the old radio days. She was great in every role she was in, and she was pretty unsettling as Pazuzu. go to »
Victor Garbersaid at 7:23 AM on Thu Mar 16 2017
Happy birthday Victor Garber!!!

I really enjoyed him as Sinestro and Professor Stein. go to »
BJ Wardsaid at 10:20 AM on Tue Mar 14 2017
Happy birthday B.J. Ward!!!

IMO, she was perfect as Scarlett, Wonder Woman, Jayna, Betty Ross and Alicia Masters, and she was also pretty good as Medusa. I also enjoyed her as Cyrene in the 1988 Superman cartoon. go to »
James Caansaid at 11:50 AM on Mon Mar 6 2017
Happy birthday James Caan!!!

Really enjoyable as Sonny Corleone. His voice may have aged since the 70's, when he played the role in live-action, but he still delivered an energetic performance, fitting for the hotheaded member of the Corleone family. go to »
Medusasaid at 5:41 PM on Sun Mar 5 2017
Thinking about it, I think I'll change my vote to Rose. I still like Mary, but I think Rose is a little bit more unique. go to »
Brian Cummingssaid at 11:28 AM on Sat Mar 4 2017
Happy birthday Brian Cummings!!!

I really enjoyed him as Dr. Mindbender in G.I. Joe and Krakus in Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. go to »
Michael Ryesaid at 4:03 PM on Thu Mar 2 2017
Forgot to mention this, but I recently saw him in Two Lost Worlds as Captain Hackett. He truly was a pretty good villain and he had quite an authoritative presence. go to »
Michael Ryesaid at 3:32 PM on Thu Mar 2 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Michael Rye!!! go to »
Supermansaid at 10:44 AM on Wed Mar 1 2017
@GreenGoblin75 Because some of the others kinda lack sense of humor or play the part too seriously. IMO Superman should be warm, charismatic, authoritative and friendly at the same time, and I honestly feel that the modern versions don't really manage to display all of these traits, whereas the radio show and the 50's TV show gives us a Superman that is more down-to-earth, relatable as well as funny. go to »
Supermansaid at 5:14 AM on Wed Mar 1 2017
Recently rewatched the Seinfeld/Superman American Express commercials and I must say that Patrick Warburton is a much better Superman than most of the modern actors (though Jason J. Lewis and Christopher McDonald are still better than him IMO). He doesn't quite make it to my top 5, but he's really that close. I think he should reprise the role someday. go to »
Don Franckssaid at 10:36 AM on Tue Feb 28 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Don Francks!!!

Honestly, I never get tired of his awesome badass voice.

I truly enjoyed him as Sabretooth, Dr. Claw and Boba Fett. He's also pretty good as Mok Swagger from what little I've heard of him in the role. go to »
Gilbert Gottfriedsaid at 4:49 AM on Tue Feb 28 2017
Happy birthday Gilbert Gottfried!!!

My favorite role from him would have to be Kraang Sub-Prime. I honestly felt that he did a good job in making Sub-Prime both intellectual and exceedingly funny and off-the-wall.

His Mr. Mxyzptlk is one of the highlights of the 90's Superman cartoon (which as you know, I'm not really a fan of). I just wish Mxy was used more often, 'cause Gottfried is just as enjoyable as he's always been.

I've also enjoyed his live-action role of Nick Knack in the 80's Superboy TV show and his brief but hilarious appearance in Beverly Hills Cop II. go to »
Madame Webbsaid at 2:10 PM on Mon Feb 27 2017
@EPA Deane Cree would be in the middle. She's good, but I honestly like Suzanne a little bit more. go to »
G.I. Joe (DiC)said at 11:13 AM on Mon Feb 27 2017
@Ghosty404 It's a different David Wills, not the one you're thinking about. go to »
Joe Chillsaid at 5:10 AM on Sun Feb 26 2017
@EPA Deane Just change the accent and presto. go to »
Chris Wigginssaid at 2:59 PM on Sat Feb 25 2017
RIP Chris Wiggins.

I really loved him in the 1967 Spider-Man cartoon. go to »
Stanley Ralph Rosssaid at 5:53 PM on Fri Feb 24 2017
@GreenGoblin75 Yeah. He was also a pretty boss Perry White:

http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x2xvici_superman-1988-the-daily-planet-crew_tv go to »
Brion Jamessaid at 2:58 PM on Mon Feb 20 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Brion James!!!

As I said before, I'm not fond of the DCAU Superman cartoon, but Brion really delivered one of the best performances there as Parasite. He was extremely enjoyable and I love how he could sound both slimy and insane. go to »
Henry Polic IIsaid at 6:09 AM on Mon Feb 20 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Henry Polic II!!!

To this day, he still is one of the definitive Scarecrow voices for me (along with Andre Stojka). His performance was amazing, managing to make the Scarecrow a pretty dramatic threat while also making Professor Crane a weaselly coward deep down . go to »
Patrick Fraleysaid at 1:30 PM on Sat Feb 18 2017
Happy birthday Pat Fraley!!!

I absolutely love him as Krang, Casey Jones, Burne Thompson, Baxter Stockman, Slash, Major Talbot, Airtight, Wild Weasel, Ace, Pyro and Bat-Mite. go to »
Brainiacsaid at 1:46 PM on Fri Feb 17 2017
I've just heard John de Lancie's performance and it's both interesting and entertaining. I just love his factual delivery and he really seems to be having tons of fun in the role.

I still think Stanley Ross is the best Brainiac overall, but John is now a close second, surpassing even Corey Burton's Static Shock take. go to »
Carmine Falconesaid at 8:03 AM on Fri Feb 17 2017
VC thoughts update

I really liked Jason J. Lewis the most as Carmine Falcone. His performance kinda reminds me of the type of crime boss that would appear in the 1950s Superman TV show (just like Brian Bloom's Black Mask). So yeah, I'm a sucker for old timey-esque performances and this is no exception.

Next would have to be the late Jon Polito. I've seen a clip of him playing the role, and he totally owns it. He doesn't have the cool headed attitude that Jason had, but he makes up for that with a good amount of menace.

I love Alex Rocco's take on the character as well. Only problem is that his voice can sound a little bit hoarse at times.

Richard McGonagle does good in calmer moments, but when he has more intense moments, he tends to have the same problem as Rocco, sounding quite hoarse and unnatural at times. Plus, I kinda think he would fit Rupert Thorne much better, but he does work as Falcone.

Tom Wilkinson does pretty good in the role, but unlike the others, he just isn't that memorable. go to »
Keene Curtissaid at 12:06 PM on Wed Feb 15 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Keene Curtis!!!

I absolutely loved him as Tarkin in the NPR Star Wars radio dramas. go to »
Jack Bennysaid at 6:07 PM on Tue Feb 14 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Jack Benny!!!!

He truly was one of the greatest comedians in the 20th Century. I still listen his radio show and watch his TV show, and they still make me laugh to this day. He truly was the best "butt of all jokes". go to »
Mayor Hamilton Hillsaid at 1:50 PM on Tue Feb 14 2017
VC thoughts update

Lloyd Bochner was just perfect as Mayor Hamilton. He sounds perfectly stuffy yet he can also be quite kind at the right times.

Corey Burton does sound pretty good. I wouldn't mind a reprisal.

Lex Lang works well as a younger Hamilton. He is not quite stuffy, but he does have a lot of kindness.

Robert Pescovitz works pretty well in the role too. He plays him more as a corrupt Mayor, but it's a nice fresh take on the character. go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 10:33 AM on Tue Feb 14 2017
@EPA Deane Maybe, but she still doesn't leave a big impact on me.

Trust me, I like Dana in roles like Andrea Beaumont and Archer Bowman, but I honestly was never into her Lois Lane.

I didn't want to say this, but I honestly think her Lois is overrated. go to »
Clayfacesaid at 4:07 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
@GreenGoblin75 I really enjoyed her take. Unfortunately, like most of the other villains, Clayface didn't do much in the flick, so Kate doesn't get much to work with, but she really did well with what little she got. go to »
The LEGO Batman Moviesaid at 3:50 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
@D.A.V.E. I agree. I really wish they had more material. go to »
Ventriloquist and Scarfacesaid at 3:48 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
VC thoughts update

George Dzundza is just so enjoyable in the role. He really managed to make Wesker and Scarface sound different and he really did well whenever he interacted with himself.

Larry Brisbowitz did a remarkable job as well. He really does a nice job in making the voices sound different.

Dan Castellaneta does a good job too, but he's not as remarkable as the others. go to »
Kelly Husaid at 3:02 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
And I forgot to say this, but I also liked her as Katana and Lady Shiva. go to »
Kelly Husaid at 2:59 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
And I also enjoyed her as D'Vorah. go to »
Kelly Husaid at 2:58 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
Happy birthday Kelly Hu!!!

I really liked her as Cheshire, Paula Crock and Karai. go to »
Mena Suvarisaid at 2:56 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
Happy birthday Mena Suvari!!!

I absolutely enjoyed her as Killer Frost. go to »
Vicki Valesaid at 12:21 PM on Mon Feb 13 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Jules de Jongh the most. She does sound like a professional reporter and she also kinda reminds me of Jane Adams' take from the 1949 Batman serial.

Grey DeLisle also does a great job in the role. She does have great energy and she can sound quite professional as well.

Gabrielle Carteris does overact the part a little bit, but it doesn't sound as bad as Sirena Irwin's Lois Lane. So yeah, I think her overacting is kinda pleasant for me in this case.

Tara Strong does sound pretty good, but she sounds a little bit too young. Still, she is a solid fit.

Erin Yvette also does a pretty good job as Vicki. Not much else to say.

Andrea Romano and Lorrie Singer just don't leave an impression on me. go to »
Scarecrowsaid at 6:37 PM on Sun Feb 12 2017
Oh, and I forgot about this, but despite limited material, Jason Mantzoukas does a pretty fantastic job in making the Scarecrow a fun creepy character. He's third place for me. Also, switching Don Messick and Jeffrey Combs around.

I also forgot to talk about Ted Knight. His voice would fit the Joker really well, but it doesn't work for the Scarecrow. go to »
Scarecrowsaid at 6:23 PM on Sun Feb 12 2017
VC thoughts update

I must say that whenever I see the Scarecrow design in the Batman comic books (especially in comics drawn by Neal Adams and Jim Aparo), I always imagine the Scarecrow being quite creepy yet hammy enough to be fun and the only ones that manage to find the balance are Henry Polic II and Andre Stojka.

Henry Polic II has a really great voice and his hammy delivery really works well in the role. He can be quite threatening and foreboding yet he also made Professor Crane quite the pathetic weasel deep down.

Andre Stojka has a great raspy voice and a fantastic delivery as well. He also has a really great mischievous laugh. I really liked how well the Scarecrow was used in this episode and it was the very first time we got a Scarecrow that could be a credible threat to Batman. I also like how Stojka made Crane a very intellectual and cool headed man who really is a cowardly weasel deep down.

Jeffrey Combs does sound quite creepy and whispery, but he lacks ham. His Rise of Sin Tzu performance is a little bit better, but I still feel he lacks a little bit of an over-the-top edge.

Don Messick has a great whispery voice, and he is tons of fun in the role, but I never felt threatened by his version. So yeah, it's a great hammy performance, but not creepy enough.

I have the same case with John Noble as I have with Jeffrey Combs. He does sound fittingly creepy and foreboding, but he needs more energy.

I like Dee Bradley Baker, Corey Burton and Dino Andrade in the role, but their attempts at trying to balance ham and creepiness just don't sit right with me. I still like their takes, though.

Cillian Murphy, Christopher S. Field, Brian Silva and Brian T. Delaney really don't leave a big impression on me.

Honorable mention: James Goode (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Robin / Jason Toddsaid at 3:14 PM on Sun Feb 12 2017
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Despite the fact that he gets less material than the others, Troy Baker does have potential. I wouldn't mind a reprisal.

Vincent Martella is pretty good. He does have good energy, but his delivery can get kinda wonky at times.

Alexander Martella does fit the younger Jason pretty well. go to »
Joe Chillsaid at 7:18 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
After rewatching the Brave and the Bold version of the mugging scene, yeah, I really feel Onorati lacks the foreboding edge that Mike and Glenn have. go to »
Thomas Waynesaid at 4:17 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Troy Baker does sound a bit too young, but he really delivers a nice performance. He's tied with Dobson and Marsden. go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 3:30 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
From what I could make out, David Lodge sounds pretty nice. go to »
Batmansaid at 3:02 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Patrick Seitz does sound pretty good from what I could make out. Wouldn't mind a reprisal.

Also, I must say that after watching the Lego Batman Movie, I think Will Arnett is much better than Kevin Conroy. He is quite hilarious as he was in the Lego Movie, but he also manages to do a little bit more with the role. Bumping him up and putting him in-between Adam West and Conroy. go to »
Jokersaid at 2:59 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Dave B. Mitchell is surprisingly good in the role. go to »
Catwomansaid at 1:20 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
I must say that even though she plays a pretty reviled version of the character, Jennifer Hale still does a fantastic job.

Alyson Morgan and Tasia Valenza are just meh.

Also, I must say that despite the little material she gets, Zoe Kravitz does do a pretty good job as Catwoman. I think I'll put her in-between Adrienne Barbeau and Grey DeLisle. go to »
Jokersaid at 12:46 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Zach Galifianakis was pretty good in the Lego Batman Movie. He manages to keep the essence of the Joker intact and he was also tons of fun, but he also was pretty endearing.

So yeah, I think he's my second favorite, right in-between Jeff Bergman and Mark Hamill. go to »
Joe Chillsaid at 12:17 PM on Fri Feb 10 2017
VC thoughts update

I like Michael Rye the most in here. He actually sounds pretty intimidating and foreboding (thanks to the overall dark atmosphere of the episode). I also think Mike could have pulled off the older, frightened Chill quite well if he used a variation of his Stillwell voice. Whenever I read the origin story as done by Bob Kane and Bill Finger, I always imagine Mike's voice coming out of Chill.

Glenn Wrage does remind me of Mike at times. He does sound violent and menacing, but I can't picture him pulling off the older Chill who is haunted by his own past.

Peter Onorati works for the older and scared Joe Chill, but I just can't picture him pulling off the classic mugging scene as well as Mike and Glenn.

Jarion Monroe's voice is kinda light, but his delivery is solid. Not much else to say.

Kevin Conroy is the only stinker here. His voice is too light and his delivery is kinda weak.

Honorable mention: Eric Meyers (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 11:36 AM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Ralph Fiennes was really great in the Lego Batman Movie. I really think he did a terrific job in making Alfred both emotional and funny.

I think I'll put him in-between Steve Weber and Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. go to »
Jimmy Durantesaid at 11:32 AM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Jimmy Durante!!!

Ha-cha-cha-chaaaaa!!! go to »
The LEGO Batman Moviesaid at 11:30 AM on Fri Feb 10 2017
I honestly think this is the best Batman movie we've had since the 66 and 89 ones. I really like the humor, it also has great action and some really sweet moments.

I personally think Will Arnett and Zack Galifianakis are better than Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill as Batman and the Joker, respectively. They stay true to the essence of the characters, but they also make them extremely endearing. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 11:18 AM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Hector Elizondo was really good in the Lego Batman movie. He's a really good casting choice and he does deliver a pretty energetic performance.

I think I'll put him in second place, right in-between Jim Ward and Bob Hastings. go to »
Mr. Freezesaid at 4:22 AM on Fri Feb 10 2017
Peter Stormare is really good in the role. He kinda sounds like what Michael Ansara would do if he did a more light-hearted take on the character. He's right in-between Ansara and Maurice LaMarche.

Brian Silva is serviceable, but kinda off-putting. go to »
Penguinsaid at 4:19 AM on Fri Feb 10 2017
As much as I love Nolan North, I really think Ian Redford is an improvement over him. I actually like the energy he brings to the role and his voice does have a sort of bird-like sound. He's in-between David Ogden Stiers and Ted Knight.

Jason Spisak has some entertaining delivery, but he lacks the bird-like sound. Not bad, though.

Brian Silva doesn't feel right. go to »
Anarkysaid at 12:17 PM on Thu Feb 9 2017
They both deliver nice hammy performances, but I prefer Mercer since I find his "hammy young rebel" take to be more unique. go to »
Thomas Waynesaid at 5:35 AM on Thu Feb 9 2017
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Honestly, I've always preferred Kevin Conroy more as Thomas Wayne than Batman. He actually fits the father much better than the son. He has a cool, smooth voice and a really nice warm delivery.

Paul Kirby (who played Thomas in the Super Powers Team) is also pretty good. He has a nice warm delivery and he also makes him sound quite brave during the scene where the Waynes encounter Joe Chill.

Out of the Brave and the Bold guys, I like Corey Burton the most. This soft take of his older Spike Witwicky voice works quite well in the role.

Adam West sounds pretty fitting, but just as I prefer Conroy as Thomas, I actually prefer Adam as Batman. He does do a good job, nontheless.

Greg Ellis sounds pretty good, and he also sounds quite foreboding at times.

I also liked Michael Dobson and Jason Marsden.

Steve French just doesn't leave a big impression on me.

Honorable mentions: Kerry Shale (BBC "Knightfall" radio drama) and Garrick Hagon (BBC "The Lazarus Syndrome" radio drama) go to »
Martha Kentsaid at 5:12 AM on Thu Feb 9 2017
I actually like Tress MacNeille the most. I absolutely love her sweetness and warmth, and she also had good chemistry with Alan Oppenheimer's Pa and Beau Weaver's Superman.

Jennifer Hale does fit a younger Ma Kent pretty well. She's a little bit more sterner than the others, but she fits nonetheless.

Shelley Fabares also fits the role quite well. She sounds pretty motherly and her delivery is quite good. I am not too big on the voice, since it doesn't sound as sweet as Tress' voice, but her warm delivery makes up for that little flaw. So yeah, this one of those few performances from the DCAU Superman cartoon that I actually liked.

Swoosie Kurtz does deliver a nice emotional performance. One of the standouts from that movie.

Frances Conroy is good too, not much else to say.

Erica Luttrell is the only weak link here. The accent is a little bit overdone and the delivery is a little bit awkward. go to »
Andrew Sabistonsaid at 5:05 PM on Wed Feb 8 2017
Happy birthday Andrew Sabiston!!!

I really think he was pretty good as Yoshi and Diddy Kong.

I also rewatched the MacGyver episode he appeared in and I was really taken aback by the fact that he kinda looked like Michael J. Fox back in the day. go to »
Martha Waynesaid at 2:48 PM on Wed Feb 8 2017
Honorable mention: Lorelei King (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Martha Waynesaid at 2:00 PM on Wed Feb 8 2017
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I really wish Adrienne Barbeau got more material, 'cause from what little she got, she's actually pretty good.

Lucy Lee Flippin does sound pretty good as well. She does sound pretty warm and comforting.

Andrea Deck does a really good job, too. She sounds really warm and sweet and I really like how he performed Martha's last moments.

Tasia Valenza is a pretty fitting choice for the role, and like the previous actresses, I really wish she had more to work with.

Julie Newmar does perform the role quite well, too.

I also enjoyed Pat Musick (she sounds quite similar to Julie), Janyse Jaud and Lorri Holt in the role.

I can't explain why, but Andrea Romano is the only one that doesn't click with me at all. go to »
Banesaid at 12:01 PM on Wed Feb 8 2017
Michael Los just doesn't sound right for Bane. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 11:58 AM on Wed Feb 8 2017
Oliver Wyman and Murphy Guyer don't really do it for me. Out of the two, I prefer Wyman, since he does have potential to do more with the role. go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 4:36 PM on Tue Feb 7 2017
@Shaun Ince I agree. He does have the emotional part, but he lacks the wit that Alfred should have. go to »
Miguel Ferrersaid at 3:05 PM on Tue Feb 7 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Miguel Ferrer!!!

He truly did a great job as Vandal Savage and Bibbo Bibbowski and I can't wait to hear his Deathstroke.

I also enjoyed him his live-action role of Bob Morton in RoboCop. go to »
Professor Pygsaid at 3:01 PM on Tue Feb 7 2017
I seriously prefer Schultz. George does well, but Schultz's pig-like performance is just so enjoyable. go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 2:18 PM on Tue Feb 7 2017
I really like Hugh Fraser a lot. His voice and delivery fit Alfred quite well. He's not on my top 6, but he's tied with all the Alfred voices I liked.

Steve French and Enn Reitel are on the same level as Duncan and Caine. They're not bad, but they're not that remarkable (though Reitel does deliver a decent emotional performance). go to »
Black Masksaid at 5:45 AM on Tue Feb 7 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Brian Bloom the most. His performance reminds me of one of those mobster villains that would appear in the black and white seasons of the 1950's Superman show. Overall, it's a really good callback to old timey villains.

Nolan North sounds pretty intimidating and menacing. I wish he gets another crack at the role.

John DiMaggio gives us a pretty interesting take on Black Mask. It is a lot of fun, and the wheezing sound he adds does sound oddly fitting.

James Remar is a natural choice for Black Mask, and he does a pretty good job in the role. There are times where he kinda lacks energy, but most of the time, he's really solid.

Steve Blum does fit quite well in the role, but I really wish he added more energy into his performance. It's not bad though.

Michael Wright and Wade Williams never felt right with me. Williams' screams in particular sound kinda weak and forced. go to »
Mad Hattersaid at 5:25 PM on Mon Feb 6 2017
VC thoughts update

Roddy McDowall really does a fantastic job as the Mad Hatter. He can be fun and bombastic yet he can also make you feel sympathy for him. Who thought the Bookworm from the 1966 Batman TV show would work so well as the Mad Hatter. Also, he kinda reminds me of Rene Auberjonois at times.

Peter MacNicol is good. He has a nice voice and delivery. The only problem is that he focuses too much on the creepy deranged aspects.

Ted Knight is the opposite of MacNicol. He focuses too much on camp and over-the-top silliness. He still works pretty well in the role.

Robin Atkin Downes is a natural choice for the Mad Hatter. He just needs more time in the role.

Matt Hislope sounds good, but his delivery tends to get awkward at times.

The UVA sounds pretty ridiculous. go to »
Walker Edmistonsaid at 2:04 PM on Mon Feb 6 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Walker Edmiston!!!

I really loved him as Inferno, Lord Gyconi, the Kingpin, the Frankenstein Monster and Whizzer.

Also, is it just me, or does his Whizzer kinda sound like Kurtwood Smith at times??? go to »
Batwomansaid at 10:35 AM on Mon Feb 6 2017
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I must admit, none of them really do it for me, but if I had to pick one, it would be Kyra Sedgwick. Even though her voice and delivery tends to be good most of the time, her grunts sound pretty forced and awkward. Not a bad effort, though.

Vanessa Marshall could have been better, but she tends to overact a whole lot.

At least Vanessa is better than Christina J. Moore, who is extremely dull and sounds pretty uninspired.

Yvonne Strahovski also sounds kinda uninspired and boring. go to »
Calculatorsaid at 10:25 AM on Mon Feb 6 2017
VC thoughts update

I actually prefer Armin Shimerman in the role. He manages to make him sound intellectual, but I also like the slimy tone he adds.

I am really glad that Jason Spisak has been able to showcase his range as of late. He really does a good job as Calculator, making him sound smug and intellectual.

Tracy W. Bush sounds a little bit too raspy for my taste. go to »
Dick Tracy Showsaid at 7:45 AM on Sat Feb 4 2017
I really enjoy this show. It's so hilarious!!! :D

The only problem I have with this show is the lack of Dick Tracy. He spends most of the time behind the scenes, which is sad, because they really cast him well (he's played by radio and film actor Everett Sloane, a member of Orson Welles' Mercury Theater cast).

But still, this show is still pretty enjoyable, funny and witty. I just miss this kind of fun. go to »
Rodimus Primesaid at 8:58 PM on Fri Feb 3 2017
@skeletonking1234 Dick's clip is not the best example of his work. He's a lot more energetic than this (especially if you see episodes like "The Burden Hardest to Bear" where he really adds a whole lot of energy into the performance). go to »
John Hurtsaid at 5:39 PM on Fri Jan 27 2017
Dang.... :(

RIP John Hurt.

He truly was a legend in the acting field. go to »
Justice League Actionsaid at 2:21 PM on Fri Jan 27 2017
@EPA Deane I'm not saying that you're biased, 'cause I can tell that you've seen some old stuff. I'm just saying that I personally feel out of place, hence why my opinions are different to the norm.

I'm more fond of the older stuff not just because I saw it first (though it's partly that), but because I could see what people like my grandfather liked about them. So yeah, with the old stuff, it's more emotional attachement than anything else.

On that note: I actually liked all three live-action 60's Catwoman actresses. They all brought their own charm and uniqueness to the role. go to »
Justice League Actionsaid at 1:48 PM on Fri Jan 27 2017
@EPA Deane I respect your opinion, but I'm just not into some of the more popular stuff.

And I never said the animation in Action was great, but unlike Spectacular, I really enjoy the stories here.

I never could relate to some of the DCAU cartoons, 'cause they kinda bore me and in the case of Superman, I've seen better handled attempts (like in the old radio show and the 50's live-action series).

Yeah, I might have been born in the wrong era, but this is just my opinion. go to »
Justice League Actionsaid at 11:57 AM on Fri Jan 27 2017
@EPA Deane This show is about having fun, that's why I like it. It's a great callback to old timey stuff.

People just have different mindsets.

Someone with my mindset prefers fun, engaging stories with a great sense of adventure and thrills which unfortunately, I don't find in a lot of TV shows today (it's why I became a big fan of old time radio shows). go to »
Atrocitussaid at 10:13 AM on Mon Jan 23 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Michael Dorn the most. His voice fits Atrocitus quite well. Yes, he's much more subdued than I expected him to be, but he's pretty enjoyable.

Ike Amadi is also really great. He just nails the rage and he's also quite energetic.

Jonathan Adams also has a great way to handle the rage and I also like how arrogant he sounds. Another standout of the Green Lantern cartoon.

Mike Smith's delivery is pretty good. I really think he's one of the better performancer in DCUO.

Bruce Thomas does have a cool sound to his voice, but something about his performance just doesn't sit right with me. go to »
Toymansaid at 10:04 AM on Mon Jan 23 2017
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I really like Frank Welker the most in the role. He had a great amount of energy and you can tell he's having a ball in the role.

Second would have to be Ken Jeong. I didn't expect to like him so much in the role, and yet, his energy and his entertaining delivery just made me enjoy his performance a whole lot.

The UVA from the Filmation Superman cartoon (best guess: Gilbert Mack) is really fun in the role as well. He has a very nice creppy tone to his voice while also having a lot of fun in the role.

Bud Cort does have a cool Peter Lorre-esque delivery, though I kinda remember him sounding better in Static Shock than in the clip here.

I also love Cameron Bowen's childish performance. He has the right energy, plus, he also seems to be having his fun.

I also enjoyed Corey Burton, Richard Green and John DiMaggio in the role.

Calvin Tran, Matt Hislope and Tom Gibis just don't sit right with me. Gibis is the best of the bunch, but he can sound forced at times. go to »
Green Lantern / Hal Jordansaid at 9:48 AM on Mon Jan 23 2017
@EPA Deane Not a complaint. Just an opinion.

Plus, Corey's voice is much lighter. go to »
Green Lantern / Hal Jordansaid at 6:12 AM on Mon Jan 23 2017
@EPA Deane I dunno, I just can't see Mike's GL voice working for Alan Scott. For me, that voice just could fit Hal.

In fact, I actually imagine Alan having a much lighter and more soft-spoken yet still heroic voice (kinda like Paul Frees, Vic Perrin, Olan Soule and Norm Alden). go to »
Olivia d'Abosaid at 5:09 PM on Sun Jan 22 2017
Happy birthday, Olivia d'Abo!!!

I really enjoyed her as Sonya Blade. She had a good amount of spunk and energy as well as good nature.

I also enjoyed her as Star Sapphire, Carol Ferris, Gaslight Catwoman, Black Widow and Elasti-Girl. go to »
Michael Kopsasaid at 5:06 PM on Sun Jan 22 2017
Happy birthday, Michael Kopsa!!!

I really enjoyed him as Barzini in the first Godfather game (he does an amazing impression of Richard Conte) and he was also great as Beast. go to »
JEM!said at 11:04 AM on Sat Jan 21 2017
@EPA Deane It definitely was disappointing. I made that comment two years ago, but when the flick was released, I was pretty underwhelmed by how bad it was. go to »
Miguel Ferrersaid at 2:04 PM on Thu Jan 19 2017
RIP Miguel Ferrer.

Really enjoyed him as Vandal Savage and Bibbo Bibbowski.

"You're gonna be a bad motherf*cker!!!" - Bob Morton. go to »
Two Facesaid at 6:50 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
VC thoughts update

Richard Moll delivered an excellent performance as Two-Face. I love how he differs his voice, giving a really smooth, sophisticated sound to Harvey, and a gruff, unhinged voice for Big Bad Harv. That scream alone gets me every time.

Troy Baker does deliver a pretty good unhinged performance. It's not as great as Richard's performance, but it works well enough.

Wade Williams also delivers a great performance. He really nails the DKR version, a man who has sadly accepted that he can't change what he was.

James Remar has a really nice way to handle the split personality. There are times where he changes his voice a little bit too suddenly, but it works well enough.

Travis Willingham is quite natural in the role. He really nails the anguish and the split personality.

I also enjoyed Matthew Mercer's take a lot. I really would love it to hear him do more in the role.

John Fitzgerald and Edwin Neal feel a little bit forced to me. go to »
Victor Zsaszsaid at 6:38 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
VC thoughts update

I've always enjoyed Vincent Marzello's take in the BBC DC radio dramas the most. He has a great Peter Lorre-esque delivery and his manic energy is just great.

The best of the guys here would have to be Danny Jacobs. He also has that Peter Lorre-esque delivery which I enjoy and he does sound like a manic murderer.

Scott Sowers' voice sounds fitting, but the delivery is kinda odd.

Tim Booth also has a nice voice, but his delivery isn't anything special either. He does have the Peter Lorre-esque delivery, but it comes off as unnatural.

Kiff VandenHeuvel just sounds generic. As is the case with Sowers and Booth, the lack of the Peter Lorre-esque sound kinda ruins it for me. go to »
Jokersaid at 4:39 AM on Wed Jan 18 2017
Anthony Ingruber sounds a little bit forced at times. He just doesn't do it for me. go to »
Mongulsaid at 2:28 PM on Mon Jan 16 2017
@EPA Deane DiMaggio's Black Adam could work really well for the role IMO. go to »
Mongulsaid at 1:45 PM on Mon Jan 16 2017
@EPA Deane DiMaggio has potential to play a version closer to the comics.

And I'll admit, I've never been big on Mongul. For me, he always felt like a poor man's Darkseid with some Brainiac elements thrown in. Doesn't help that I actually prefer Mongal over Mongul. Mongul is one of those comic book characters that was just there for me. He just never caught my attention overall. go to »
Mongulsaid at 12:47 PM on Mon Jan 16 2017
@EPA Deane Krawford's Thanos is a different case, 'cause even though he had a lighter voice, he sounded appropiately aged and was very theatrical with his lines.

Eric's Mongul doesn't sound that theatrical and he sounds quite monotone at times. go to »
Mongulsaid at 12:43 PM on Mon Jan 16 2017
@GreenGoblin75 Well, compared to Keith, GAW and Todd, he just never sounded right for me. go to »
Steppenwolfsaid at 8:24 AM on Mon Jan 16 2017
VC thoughts update

I really like Peter Jessop the most. He has a really nice smug tone and he also feels so full of himself. His take is a lot of fun and it fits the character really well.

Kevin Michael Richardson also fits quite well. He sounds like an experienced general and he nails the arrogance.

Corey Burton is also good, though he kinda lacks the arrogance.

Sherman Howard... I'm sorry, even though I loved some of his work (Luthor in the live-action Superboy TV show), he just doesn't make it for me here. He kinda lacks the authority needed for the character. go to »
Blue Beetle / Jaime Reyessaid at 8:11 AM on Mon Jan 16 2017
VC thoughts update

I really enjoy Jake T. Austin the most in the role. His energy is great and I really enjoyed his interactions with Kevin Conroy's Batman. Overall, he fits the role quite well.

Eric Lopez is also pretty good. Only problem is that the accent is a little bit exaggerated. Still, not bad.

Will Friedle is fun. Just another good fit for the role. go to »
Mongulsaid at 8:03 AM on Mon Jan 16 2017
VC thoughts update

John DiMaggio has a very nice primitive tone, which even though is not that close to the comic book character, it is quite amusing and entertaining. He still seems to have the authority needed for the role. I could see John pulling off a more traditional version quite well.

Keith David has a nice foreboding feel, and he really feels authoritative. He's pretty fitting overall.

Gary Anthony Williams also fits Mongul in his own way. He is pretty unique and he does sound authoritative as well.

Todd Williams is actually really great IMO. He is quite over the top and extremely enjoyable. Like GAW, Todd also has a pretty unique voice and his over-the-top delivery is great.

Eric Roberts... I have the same problem with him as I have with Michael Ironside's Darkseid: his delivery is solid, but that voice... it just doesn't sound right coming out of Mongul's design. It's too light and it lacks authority.

J.S. Gilbert is the opposite of Roberts... he has a fitting voice, but the delivery is kinda off. go to »
Firestormsaid at 7:46 AM on Mon Jan 16 2017
VC thoughts update

Whenever I think of Firestorm, I always think of Mark L. Taylor's youthful performance. He just makes Firestorm a really likeable individual with doubts about himself. I also enjoyed his interactions with Ernie Hudson's Cyborg. His performance in episodes like "The Bride of Darkseid" and "The Death of Superman" really made you care about Firestorm a whole lot.

P.J. Byrne also does a good job as Firestorm. Only problem is that he isn't as compelling as Mark. Still, he does seem to have a lot of fun in the role, which is great.

Tyler James Williams fits the Jason Rusch version well. I really like his cool attitude a lot.

Cedric Yarbrough needs more material. go to »
Booster Goldsaid at 5:23 AM on Mon Jan 16 2017
@EPA Deane I actually like both performances the same. If I had to choose, it would be his Brave and the Bold performance, since he had a little bit more material there. go to »
Scorpionsaid at 10:18 AM on Sun Jan 15 2017
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Carl Banas is my favorite here. He's just so hammy and entertaining yet he's also pretty intimidating at the right times.

Neil Ross feels like a precursor to Martin Landau's performance. He has a really nice high-pitched voice and a great slimy tone.

John Kassir fits the 2099 version quite well. I really like his bombastic delivery and the effects.

Eric Bauza is a pretty fitting choice. His performance fits this show's version quite nicely.

Dante Basco also fits the version of the Ultimate Spider-Man cartoon nicely. He has a nice hammy delivery which I enjoy a lot.

I also like Martin Landau (that high-pitched scream and his laugh are always a joy to listen), Richard Moll, Daran Norris, Beau Weaver, Fred Tatasciore, Dee Bradley Baker and Jim Cummings in the role.

Michael McColl is unremarkable and his delivery sounds awkward at times. go to »
Moon Knightsaid at 10:05 AM on Sun Jan 15 2017
Diedrich Bader is pretty good. He fits the role quite well and he's pretty enjoyable. He's right in-between Silverstein and LaMarr go to »
S Marc Jordansaid at 9:15 AM on Sat Jan 14 2017
Happy birthday and RIP S. Marc Jordan!!!

He was really awesome as Onslaught. go to »
Dick Gautiersaid at 8:10 AM on Sat Jan 14 2017
RIP Dick Gautier. :(

Thanks for all the memories. I'll always remember you as Rodimus Prime. go to »
Tony Rosatosaid at 2:40 PM on Fri Jan 13 2017
RIP Tony Rosato.

Really underrated actor. I really liked his Luigi. go to »
Richard Mollsaid at 4:00 AM on Fri Jan 13 2017
Happy birthday Richard Moll!!!

He was really great as Two-Face and Abomination, and he did a pretty good job taking over from Martin Landau as the Scorpion. go to »
Chris Wigginssaid at 3:58 AM on Fri Jan 13 2017
Happy birthday Chris Wiggins!!!

I really enjoyed him as Mysterio, R. Lee Clivendon and Blackwell the Magician. go to »
Sara Bernersaid at 3:11 PM on Thu Jan 12 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Sara Berner!!!

She was pretty enjoyable as Mabel Flapsaddle in the Jack Benny Program. go to »
Black Adamsaid at 3:31 AM on Thu Jan 12 2017
@EPA Deane It's not the accent. I like the accent, but there is something that feels off to me (could be the delivery). go to »
Hawkmansaid at 4:55 PM on Wed Jan 11 2017
I've heard Troy Baker as Hawkman in "Repulse", and he's just great. He does sound pretty badass and he does have a good sense of humor. He's a close second right after Jack. go to »
Black Adamsaid at 4:12 PM on Wed Jan 11 2017
VC thoughts update

I really enjoy Lou Scheimer the most. I really love that deep voice and hammy performance, plus, he does sounds like he's having a blast in the role.

Gary Cole is also pretty enjoyable. I love his smug attitude and his arrogant tone.

Joey Naber has a really good accent and his delivery is great. Another good fit for the character.

John DiMaggio reminds me a lot of Lou. He has the same amount of ham, but I wish he was a little bit more bombastic. It's still a good effort.

Alexander Brandon is good, but his delivery is kinda slow and awkward.

Arnold Vosloo... I dunno why, but he sounds a little bit off to me. go to »
Booster Goldsaid at 3:39 PM on Wed Jan 11 2017
VC thoughts update

Diedrich Bader is really tons of fun as Booster Gold. He really nails the show-off traits of the character and his comedic timing is excellent.

Travis Willingham is also good. He has a great show-off attitude and it's really nice to hear Travis using a lighter voice.

Tom Everett Scott does nail Booster's show-off personality and he also makes him quite likeable. Overall, another good fit.

Tracy W. Bush is forgettable. go to »
Martian Manhuntersaid at 3:28 PM on Wed Jan 11 2017
VC thoughts update

Crispin Freeman is really enjoyable in the role. I really love how he makes Martian Manhunter an alien who wants to learn more about human behavior. A really good performance overall.

Carl Lumbly is also pretty awesome. He sounds really calm, stoic yet there's a lot of humility in his delivery.

Ike Amadi also fits the role quite well. He does have that alien sound and a pretty cool factual delivery.

Cam Clarke surprised me a lot here. He does fit pretty well, too. He also has that factual sound on his delivery.

Kevin Michael Richardson is also pretty boss. I love his stoic yet warm tone.

I also enjoyed Dorian Harewood, Daniel Riordan, Nicholas Guest, Jonathan Adams and Dee Bradley Baker in the role.

Miguel Ferrer and Dwight Schultz feel a little bit off. go to »
Plastic Mansaid at 3:09 PM on Wed Jan 11 2017
VC thoughts update

Michael Bell is what I imagine Plastic Man to sound like. The voice is fitting, the delivery is great and his comedic timing is great. I really wish he could reprise the role. Just another good example of Bell's work.

Dana Snyder does sound a little bit like Michael, but he adds more of a quirky "plasticky" sound that is really enjoyable. Overall, another solid performance.

Norm Alden did sound good, but I wish he had more material.

I really like Dee Bradley Baker in this role. I love his deliberately corny delivery. I wish he could reprise as well.

Tom Kenny is good, but I dunno, he just doesn't click with me compared to the others. go to »
Swamp Thingsaid at 10:38 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
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Len Carlson was just great as Swamp Thing. His murky sounding voice combined with his sympathetic delivery just makes him quite memorable. Plus, he does sound pretty intellectual.

Mark Hamill is also quite good in the role. He does sound quite likeable and like Len, he does sound quite intelligent at times.

Michael Dorn sounds pretty good too, but he's a little bit too exaggerated at times.

J.B. Blanc is also good, but he lacks the intelligence needed for the character.

Chilimbwe Washington has the right idea in terms of voice, but is delivery is just so flat that I can't rank him higher. go to »
Parasitesaid at 10:00 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
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I really like Max Mittleman's Parasite. I love the raspiness and the insanity. He's a great fit overall, and I really wish to hear more.

Adam Baldwin is also pretty enjoyable. The insanity and energy is great. Another great performance.

Despite the fact that I'm not a fan of the DCAU Superman cartoon, Brion James delivered an amazing performance as Parasite. He's quite entertaining and insane. One of the few performances from that cartoon that is quite good for me.

Brian George does an incredible job taking over from Brion. He has the attitude, the insanity and he's quite fun. A good example of his range. Also, he kinda reminds me of Michael Bell's Luthor.

Marc Worden does sound good, but he's not as fun as the previous actors.

Michael J. Gough and Robert Faires are nothing special. go to »
Billy Batsonsaid at 6:42 AM on Wed Jan 11 2017
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I really like Burr Middleton the most. I really think he sounded pretty unique, plus, his delivery is quite good. He does fit Billy quite well. Yes, I know he's a kid, but I've always imagined a teenager voice coming out of him.

Sean Astin is also pretty good. I actually found him quite funny and his delivery was pretty solid. Can't wait to hear more from him.

Josh Keaton is also pretty good, despite the limited material. I do sense potential in his take.

Chad Lowe sounds a little bit odd, but it still is a good performance.

Robert Ochoa is the best of the kid performers. He sounds quite earnest and likeable.

I also enjoyed Tara Strong in the role. She does make Billy a very friendly and daring kid.

Shane Haboucha, Rachael MacFarlane and Zach Callison just don't do it for me. go to »
Ryan Drummondsaid at 3:27 PM on Tue Jan 10 2017
Happy birthday Ryan Drummond!!!

He had a great wiseguy voice for Bill Bardi and many other Corleone soldati in the second Godfather game. go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 8:37 AM on Mon Jan 9 2017
@GreenGoblin75 Yeah, that was the only time I actually liked Dana's Lois. If they got her to reprise Lois in another non-DCAU project, I think she would grow on me (but not to the point of becoming my top favorite, since Joan really nailed the character IMO. go to »
Lois Lanesaid at 6:49 AM on Mon Jan 9 2017
VC thoughts update

Joan Alexander really nailed Lois. She made her sassy yet playful and likeable. She also had some great moments in the radio show, like in the "Dr. Blythe's Confidence Gang" saga, where she was arrested for a murder she didn't commit. Joan puts a lot of emotion in that saga and I really think the only one who is up there with her as the most well rounded Lois is Noel Neill (who played Lois in the Kirk Alyn serials and the 1950's TV show). Overall, Joan is Lois in voiceover form.

Second is Mary McDonald Lewis. I really think she makes her sound quite friendly and relatable. She also sounds like an improved and polished take of Margot Kidder's version, which I unfortunately never liked (always found her extremely obnoxious). Overall, Mary is really what Margot should have been.

Ginny McSwain is actually pretty solid as Lois, too. I actually liked how the writers made Lois' anger moments more comical, 'cause it made Ginny showcase some great comedic timing. Overall, Ginny's Lois is really what the DCAU version should have been.

Louise Williams (who played Lois in the SuperFriends short "The Ice Demon") is actually pretty good. She didn't do much in that short, but she really sounded pretty fitting.

Grey DeLisle is my favorite of the modern voices. She sounds pretty fitting and she also adds a little bit of spunk, which is nice.

Kate Bosworth, Sirena Irwin and Cindy Robinson have nice voices, but their acting leaves a lot to be desired. Kate and Cindy's deliveries are quite stiff while Sirena seems to overact the part.

I'm sorry, but I'm not really a fan of Dana Delany, Monica Murray, Anne Heche, Kyra Sedgwick, Christina Hendricks, Adrienne Mischler, Pauley Perrette, Stana Katic, Juliet Landau, Paget Brewster and Maria Bamford. I always felt they were quite bland, and in the case of Dana, incredibly annoying and unfriendly (when she had the chance to do sweeter moments, they always felt forced to me).

Shannon Farnon... I'm sorry, but she didn't leave an impact on me at all and she sounds like a typical damsel in distress. go to »
Soupy Salessaid at 9:53 AM on Sun Jan 8 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Soupy Sales!!!

I really enjoyed him as Donkey Kong. go to »
Green Lantern / Hal Jordansaid at 8:58 AM on Sun Jan 8 2017
VC thoughts update

Michael Rye will always be Green Lantern for me. He just sounds confident yet warm and he really fits the design quite well. I also love how he makes his Hal Jordan voice more soft-spoken than his GL voice. He was just the best casting choice of the SuperFriends and Super Powers tie-in cartoons, and I really think his performance holds up to this day. He's both fitting and entertainingly smug at the right times.

Nathan Fillion is second. He has the same type of charm that Mike had and his performance is really solid. Plus, he also has Mike's warmth, which is really nice. Overall, he's just another great fit and delivers the goods quite well.

Gerald Mohr's Bogart-esque voice is actually really fitting as well. He has a very warm tone and he also sounds courageous. Only problem is that he doesn't add a little bit more of a smug and confident personality like Mike and Nathan did, but he makes up for it with his delivery.

Christopher Meloni is really good for a less experienced Hal. He does fit Hal in his earlier days and like Nathan, his delivery does remind me quite a bit of Mike Rye. Another great GL performance.

Josh Keaton delivers a good performance as well. He sounds a little bit more experienced than Christopher, but not as experienced as Mike, Nathan and Gerald, which makes him a very good fit for a GL who has seen quite a bit, but he still has things to learn. It's another compelling GL performance.

I've also liked the performances delivered by Kevin Smith, Adam Baldwin, John Rubinow, Loren Lester, Josh Phillips, Nolan North, Ryan Reynolds, Joseph May, Cam Clarke, Jonah Hill and Wally Wingert.

Dermot Mulroney, David Boreanaz, Grant Moninger, Aaron Mace and Justin Kirk just don't do it for me. Mulroney sounds too brooding, Boreanaz isn't that memorable, Moninger's impression of Mike Rye sounds off at times, Mace is extremely stiff and Kirk is a big miscast. go to »
Jarion Monroesaid at 7:40 AM on Sat Jan 7 2017
Happy birthday Jarion Monroe!!!

I really enjoyed his performances in the first Godfather game. go to »
James Averysaid at 7:37 AM on Sat Jan 7 2017
@Shaun Ince One of the best Uncle Phil moments. XD go to »
Lex Luthorsaid at 7:29 AM on Sat Jan 7 2017
VC thoughts update

Stan Jones is the voice I've always associated with Luthor. Filled with hatred for Superman and full of some humorous wisecracks ("That's Rex Luthor to you pal!!!") and with an evil laugh that was always a treat to listen, Stan's voice reminds me a lot of Lyle Talbot's Luthor in the 1950's Atom Man vs. Superman live-action serial. For me, this is Luthor.

Michael Bell is second. He's actually pretty enjoyable as the manipulative businessman version, but I really think he was also pretty good as the younger Luthor in Challenge of the SuperFriends, when we got to see how he met Superboy and how he became the evil genius that he is. Both of his performances are great and they really showcase Michael's talent (and in the case of the 88 cartoon, his comedic timing).

I really liked James Woods' take a lot. I've seen "Repulse", and he really nails it. He sounds smug, intelligent and he also has a great sense of humor at the same time. I've always wanted James to play Luthor and I'm glad he now did. He just fits perfectly. He kinda sounds like a mix between Michael Rye and Rene Auberjonois at times.

Jackson Beck fits Luthor's early appearances quite well. He has a sort of Sydney Greenstreet vibe, which makes me think that he would have been a pretty boss Kingpin. Still, he does sound fitting for his version of Luthor.

I really like Steve Blum as well. I just can't get enough of his sneering vibe and his cool-headed attitude. He's just another awesome fit for the role.

I've also enjoyed Clancy Brown (more for his Lego performance), Brian Dobson, Kevin Spacey (KRRRRYPTONITE!!!), Kevin Michael Richardson, Joe J. Thomas, Jim Meskimen, Mark Rolston, Fred Tatasciore, John DiMaggio and Travis Willingham in the role.

J.S. Gilbert, Powers Boothe, James Marsters, Chris Noth, Anthony LaPaglia, Kerry Shale and Jason Isaacs just don't do it for me.

Honorable mention: William Hootkins (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Magnetosaid at 11:15 AM on Fri Jan 6 2017
@Lpfan120 Yeah, well, Earl was pretty good in the Pryde pilot, but I really feel that he really could expand a little bit in the role and play a version that's closer to the version from the 90's comic books. go to »
Magnetosaid at 11:13 AM on Fri Jan 6 2017
Switching Tom Kane and Nolan North around. They're both good, but I think I prefer Tom more. go to »
Captain Americasaid at 5:53 AM on Fri Jan 6 2017
VC thoughts update

George DiCenzo is one of the most underrated actors from the 80's and 90's, and here, he's just great. His voice just screams war hero and he also has a warm tone to it. I also love how defiant he sounds whenever he's talking to the Red Skull. He really was great in both Spider-Friends and the solo Spidey cartoon.

Brian Bloom kinda reminds me of George. He just has the heroic tone down pat and he does sound warm at the right places. Just another great performance for Cap.

Roger Craig Smith is pretty cool, too. I really like how heroic he sounds, and he also adds a lot of energy into the role.

Chris Cox, as brief as he was, does show a lot of promise. It'll be cool to hear him reprise the role.

Lawrence Bayne has a lighter voice, but he still has the sound of a war veteran. He just sounds warm and inspirational, which is great.

I also enjoyed David Hayter, Cal Dodd, Daran Norris, Robin Atkin Downes, Trev Broudy, Tom Kenny, David Kaye, Adrian Pasdar, Chris Evans, Trevor Devall and Matthew Mercer in the role.

Sandy Becker's voice is kinda inconsistent (sounding lighter at times, like in the clip listed to Arthur Pierce, who only played Cap in live-action segments of the series), but his performance is pretty good. It's really cool that the producers of The Marvel Super Heroes picked an American performer instead of one of the Toronto performers.

Dan Chameroy, Justin Gross, Jeffrey Hedquist and Clay St. Thomas just don't do it for me. go to »
Michael Graham Coxsaid at 5:27 AM on Fri Jan 6 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Michael Graham Cox!!!

He was just a perfect casting choice for Boromir. He really delivered a great performance both in the 1978 LOTR movie and the 1981 LOTR radio drama. go to »
Clancy Brownsaid at 4:36 PM on Thu Jan 5 2017
Happy birthday Clancy Brown!!!

Raiden is my favorite role from him. The great snarky attitude he gave the character and his comedic timing really made the Thunder God one of the most memorable and funny characters in the Mortal Kombat cartoon.

I also enjoyed him as Silas, Mr. Krabs, Ratso, Captain Black, Lex Luthor (the Lego version, not too fond of the DCAU version), King Faraday, the Red Hulk, General Ross and The Phantom Rider. go to »
Robert Duvallsaid at 5:11 AM on Thu Jan 5 2017
Happy birthday Robert Duvall!!!

He was really great as Tom Hagen, and I'm really glad he got to reprise the role in the two Godfather games. His voice may have aged a little bit, but his performance was still as great as it always was. go to »
Magnetosaid at 4:57 AM on Thu Jan 5 2017
VC thoughts update

Earl Boen has always been my favorite Magneto. He just has that authority and menace which contrasts with Xavier's warmth and fatherly sound. I wish Earl could reprise the role someday, just to see how he would play the more sympathetic Magneto.

Michael Rye is perfect for the villainous Magneto. He just has an enjoyable showman flair and he has a lot of charisma and authority. He was definitely the first to nail the character.

I really like James Arnold Taylor's Marvel Heroes performance. I really love how menacing and charismatic he sounds there. He was a little bit too posh in Battle for Earth, but I'm glad he was given another chance.

Nolan North's take is pretty enjoyable. I really like his delivery and he is quite funny at the right times. I really would like to hear him take another shot in the role.

Tom Kane is also good in the role. He tends to sound overacted at times, but he still is quite solid.

I've also enjoyed Kyle Hebert, David Hemblen, George Buza, Lorne Kennedy, Fred Tatasciore, Tony Jay, Richard Green, Christopher Gaze, Dwight Schultz, Maurice LaMarche, Ron Halder, Travis Willingham and Bill Graves in the role.

John Stephenson and Walker Edmiston (1981 solo Spider-Man cartoon) were good casting choices, but they were horribly misdirected in the role. John just doesn't have the authority needed for the character and sounds too feeble at times (which is sad, 'cause he would have rocked in the role) and Walker sounds like a generic thug.

The UVA and Christopher Judge are the weakest here. The UVA's acting leaves a lot to be desired and Judge was horribly miscast in the role. go to »
Sterling Hollowaysaid at 6:27 AM on Wed Jan 4 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Sterling Holloway!!!!

Such a nice, friendly sounding voice he had. It was perfect for Winnie the Pooh.

He could also sound pretty unsettling as well, like he did when he played the Cheshire Cat and Kaa.

I also loved his live-action appearances in the 1950s Superman show. go to »
Wonder Womansaid at 5:53 AM on Wed Jan 4 2017
VC thoughts update

B.J. Ward strikes the perfect balance between toughness and femininity. Her delivery is always solid and she also manages to differentiate her Diana Prince voice from her Wondy one. B.J. really seems to enjoy every moment in the role, as she always does, so that's a plus.

I've always found Connie Cawlfield's performance extremely underrated. She does do a fantastic job as Wondy, and she does seem to have fun in the role. She does have good chemistry with his fellow performers despite the fact that she wasn't with them when she recorded her lines, so that's pretty impressive.

Mary McDonald Lewis is actually pretty impressive. There are times where she sounds like B.J., but there are some other times where you can tell it's another performer. Still, she delivers the goods quite nicely.

I've heard a little bit of Rachel Kimsey's take, and I must say that she sounds pretty good. Reminds me a little bit of B.J., which is nice.

Shannon Farnon's take is pretty charming. Yes, she's a little bit too macho and her delivery could get extremely corny at times, but it's still a memorable performance.

I've also enjoyed Susan Eisenberg, Courtenay Taylor, Vicki Lewis, Tara Platt, Keri Russell, Wendee Lee, Maggie Q, Vanessa Marshall, Gina Torres, Grey DeLisle, Laura Bailey, Cobie Smulders and Kari Wahlgren in the role.

Lucy Lawless, Jules de Jongh, Michelle Monaghan, Rosario Dawson and Rachael MacFarlane are okay, but unremarkable.

Jane Webb is actually a pretty good casting choice, but they misused her, unfortunately. go to »
Jesse Whitesaid at 3:06 AM on Wed Jan 4 2017
Happy birthday and RIP Jesse White!!!

I really enjoyed his work on Stan Freberg's audio recordings. go to »
Lance LeGaultsaid at 12:44 PM on Tue Jan 3 2017
@Aussieroth Unfortunately, he passed away in 2012. He was a pretty underrated performer. I really enjoyed his appearances in the live-action Hulk show and MacGyver. go to »
Batmansaid at 5:14 AM on Tue Jan 3 2017
VC thoughts update

Matt Crowley has always been my favorite Batman. It was always interesting to hear one of Dick Tracy's radio actors as Batman, but he was pretty fitting. In fact, whenever I read the original Bob Kane comics, it's Crowley's voice that comes out of the Dark Knight.

Next is Adam West. Yes, he's best known as the campy Batman in live-action, but he really managed to show his range when he played Batman in animation projects. Adam is just the whole package, he can play him as a campy detective (like he did on the Filmation New Adventures of Batman cartoon) or as an avenging vigilante haunted by his tragic past (as he did in the Super Powers tie-in cartoons). Adam has shown a whole lot of range, and I really wish he played the dark avenger version again.

Kevin Conroy delivers a good performance (mainly in the 1992 cartoon), but as of late, he has gotten quite stiff and a little bit monotone. I blame more the direction, since he does seem to have gotten his performance back in Action (from what I've seen so far). Overall, his take is good whenever the direction helps him.

Gary Owens fits the Dick Sprang version perfectly. He has a warm tone and he does have a good heroic vibe about him.

Before Adam West reprised the role in animation, the go-to guy to play Batman in cartoons was radio veteran Olan Soule. Even though Soule was a little bit light than what most people like to hear coming out of Batman, Olan does seem to have fun in the role and really has a good fatherly tone, fitting for the earlier SuperFriends era.

I also enjoyed Michael Ironside, Will Friedle, Rino Romano, Ron Perlman, Frank Welker, Corey Burton, Lex Lang, Diedrich Bader, Michael Dobson, Dave Gazzana, Kirk Thornton, Bruce Greenwood, Daran Norris, Troy Baker, Peter Weller, Sean Schemmel, Roger Craig Smith, Will Arnett and Kevin Michael Richardson in the role.

Christian Bale, Jeremy Sisto, William Baldwin, Gary Martin, Ben McKenzie, Kevin McKidd, Anthony Ruivivar, Jason O'Mara and Mark Gagliardi just don't leave a big impression on me.

Honorable mentions: Stacy Harris (Superman radio show), Gary Merrill (Superman radio show), UVA (either Arnold Moss or John Emery, unaired Batman radio pilot) and Bob Sessions (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Danica McKellarsaid at 4:37 AM on Tue Jan 3 2017
Happy birthday Danica McKellar!!!

Her voice doesn't seem to age at all.

She's quite great as Miss Martian in Young Justice, quite possibly my favorite VO role from her. go to »
Jason Marsdensaid at 4:35 AM on Tue Jan 3 2017
Happy birthday Jason Marsden!!!

I really enjoyed him as Salvage, Nermal and Impulse. go to »
Hal Raylesaid at 4:29 AM on Tue Jan 3 2017
Happy birthday Hal Rayle!!!

I really enjoyed him as Shrapnel, Snarl, Pipes, Deep Six, Admiral Ledger and Raphael. go to »
Supermansaid at 4:06 PM on Mon Jan 2 2017
@EPA Deane It just didn't sit right with me. It lacked the charisma and presence that my favorite versions of Superman had and it was kinda boring.

Plus, the DCAU cartoon relied too much on Superman to tell it's story, whereas I always preferred stories like in the radio show and the 1950's live-action show in which Clark Kent has to help others with their troubles and only becomes Superman when he has to. The Kent identity is criminally underused nowadays, which is sad, 'cause in the right hands, Kent can be his own character separate from Superman without any problem. go to »
Supermansaid at 10:33 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
And I forgot Sam Parker in the last four Famous Studios Superman shorts. Just as Daly, Kramer, MacLachlan, Harmon, Denton, Silk, Bomer, Daly, Tudyk, Warburton and Shimerman, he just doesn't leave a big impression on me. His acting is a little bit wooden too. go to »
Hulksaid at 9:38 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
@Troodon2 Ah, okay. That's cool. Bob did provide some good roars in the show.

So it seems that we agree on Mark Gibbon and Andrew Jackson. go to »
Supermansaid at 9:34 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
VC thoughts update

I personally think Bud Collyer's performance as Superman still holds up to this day. Bud just brought charisma, presence and power to Superman, yet he also nailed Clark Kent as well. In the radio show, Clark was a timid yet strong and authoritative character, who wasn't afraid to take reasonable risks. Bud also differentiated his Clark Kent voice from his Superman voice quite well, making Superman's voice lower and stronger and Clark's voice lighter and meeker. It's a trick that I really miss nowadays. I was born in the 90's, but for me, Superman will always be either Bud Collyer in voice performances and George Reeves in live action.

Danny Dark also delivers a great performance. It could be extremely corny at first (especially in the first two SuperFriends shows), but it gets better later on (especially in the Super Powers tie-in cartoons). A take filled with charm and you can tell Danny is having fun with the role.

Beau Weaver would be tied with Dark if it weren't for the fact that his Clark Kent was too much of a total bungler. I've always liked a stronger Clark, so it is kinda unfortunate. However, Beau makes up for it with a very strong and authoritative Superman.

I've heard a little bit of Jason J. Lewis' take, and it really is nice. He sounds warm and confident, and is what I really think the DCAU Superman should have been.

Out of the DCAU ones (I never was a fan of the DCAU interpretation of the character), I like Christopher McDonald the most. He just has a nice delivery and he does sound pretty authoritative. However, the material he was given was a little bit meh, but I really think he could do a more standard take.

I also enjoyed George Newbern, Michael Daingerfield, Brandon Routh, Yuri Lowenthal, Crispin Freeman, Adam Baldwin, Roger Rose, Joseph May, Christopher Smith, David Lodge, Nolan North, David Kaye, Travis Willingham, Mark Valley, Channing Tatum, Peter Jessop, Troy Baker, Jerry O'Connell, Matthew Mercer and Keith Ferguson in the role.

Tim Daly, Jeff Kramer, Kyle MacLachlan, Mark Harmon, James Denton, Marc Silk, Matt Bomer, Sam Daly, Alan Tudyk, Patrick Warburton and Armin Shimerman just don't leave an impact on me.

Honorable mentions: Michael Fitzmaurice (Superman radio show), Stuart Milligan (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
John Considinesaid at 8:11 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
Happy birthday John Considine!!!

I really enjoyed him as Lord Tion in the NPR Star Wars radio drama. go to »
Ellen Kennedysaid at 8:04 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
Happy birthday Ellen Kennedy!!!

I really enjoyed her as Destiny and Brainy Barker. go to »
Hulksaid at 7:50 AM on Mon Jan 2 2017
@Troodon2 You also forgot to mention Bob Holt. :( go to »
Jennifer Halesaid at 11:14 AM on Sun Jan 1 2017
Happy birthday Jennifer Hale!!!

She has delivered a whole lot of great performances, some of my favorites being the Black Cat, Silver Sable, Female Thor, Sharon Carter, Killer Frost, She-Dragon and Star Sapphire/Carol Ferris. go to »
Diamond Whitesaid at 11:00 AM on Sun Jan 1 2017
Happy birthday Diamond White!!!

I really enjoy her as Frankie Greene in Rescue Bots. go to »
Graham McTavishsaid at 10:38 AM on Sun Jan 1 2017
Happy birthday Graham McTavish!!!

I really enjoyed him as Thundercracker, Loki and Savanti Romero. go to »
James Remarsaid at 1:41 PM on Sat Dec 31 2016
Happy Birthday James Remar!!!

I really enjoyed him as Sideswipe, Icicle Sr. and Two-Face. go to »
Neil Rosssaid at 1:39 PM on Sat Dec 31 2016
Happy birthday Neil Ross!!!

One of the go to guys to play heroes back in the 80's.

I really loved him as Cyclops (that clip is Stan Jones, the one labeled to George DiCenzo is Neil), Scorpion, Springer, Bonecrusher, Slag, Hook, Buzzer, Monkeywrench, Shipwreck, Crosshairs, Pointblank, Sixshot, Monzo, Fracas, Dusty, Thunder, Heavy Metal, Hector Ramirez, Nightcrawler, the Green Goblin, Han Solo and Rambo. go to »
Ironcladsaid at 5:22 AM on Fri Dec 30 2016
I'm a little bit more partial towards Lewis, but Ladin was good, too. go to »
X-Raysaid at 5:21 AM on Fri Dec 30 2016
Both are good, but I kinda prefer Ferguson. go to »
Bob Holtsaid at 6:31 AM on Wed Dec 28 2016
Now, this quote is taken from ScreenRant's article about Hulk adaptations:

"For many, Holt IS the voice of the Hulk, and it's easy to see why. With all his anger and loud pitched noises, he must have done some serious damage to his vocal cords, but that's the price you pay to be the best."

And I actually agree with this. No disrespect to Fred Tatasciore, 'cause I like his Hulk, but whenever I read the Marvel comics, it's Bob's loud roars that I hear coming out of the Hulk. Those roars must have been pretty tough for him, but he delivered them excellently.

Here you can hear some of his roars:

http://tfregenerationone.weebly.com/uploads/6/3/4/4/63446209/hulk.mp3

Happy birthday and RIP Bob Holt!!! One of the most underrated performers of the old days. go to »
Luke Skywalkersaid at 5:54 AM on Wed Dec 28 2016
@GreenGoblin75 Yes. His performance in the radio dramas was superb. Full of energy and passion. go to »
Vectorsaid at 5:05 AM on Wed Dec 28 2016
VC thoughts update

I think Cam Clarke's modified voice works perfectly for the part. I love how he makes him a bit of a blowhard. His delivery is quite solid.

S. Scott Bullock has a very cool voice and delivery. He sounds like a determined man who won't let anyone get in his way.

Glenn Steinbaum does have a cool voice and his delivery is good. Not much else to say. go to »
Vaporsaid at 4:57 AM on Wed Dec 28 2016
VC thoughts update

Colleen O'Shaughnessey, despite the lack of material, sounds perfect for the character. It's a nice, raspy voice that fits the character to a tee. Her delivery is quite solid as well.

Rachael MacFarlane is also quite good. Her voice doesn't sound as fitting, but her delivery is solid.

Catherine Taber is the opposite of Rachael. Her voice fits well, but her delivery is kinda awkward at times. go to »
Robert Ridgelysaid at 5:07 AM on Sat Dec 24 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Robert Ridgely!!!

He had an awesome deep voice that was fitting for superheroes like Thundarr, Tarzan and Flash Gordon.

I really think he nailed the character of General Ross, making him a stern, gruff military commander but one who is still a warm father deep down.

I also enjoyed him as Prince Barin and Pitfall Harry. go to »
Ronnie Schellsaid at 10:39 AM on Fri Dec 23 2016
Happy birthday Ronnie Schell!!!

I really enjoyed his work as Jason in Battle of the Planet. It helps that Jason had a lot of development in the series, which allowed Ronnie to show a whole lot of range.

Pretty sad that he's the last surviving member of the BOTP main cast. go to »
Jay Brazeausaid at 2:39 PM on Thu Dec 22 2016
Happy birthday Jay Brazeau!!!

I really loved him as Volstagg in Hulk Vs. and Cesspool in the DiC G.I. Joe cartoon. go to »
Hector Elizondosaid at 2:38 PM on Thu Dec 22 2016
Happy birthday Hector Elizondo!!!

I really liked him as Bane. I really digged his delivery and accent.

He's one of those great actors that is pretty criminally underrated. go to »
Paul Winchellsaid at 7:28 PM on Wed Dec 21 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Paul Winchell!!!

I really liked him as Silvermane. He was definitely a standout of the solo Spider-Man cartoon, sounding fittingly aged and devious. He was also a pretty decent Uncle Ben, despite sounding like a somewhat weak impression of Tom Harvey's Uncle Ben.

I also liked him as Tigger and Dick Dastardly.

And gosh, I really love it when people have more talents than just acting, and Paul was an actor, a ventriloquist and an inventor, which was pretty great. go to »
Frank Westsaid at 12:30 PM on Wed Dec 21 2016
T.J. Rotolo is quite enjoyable in the role. He does sound like a resourceful guy as well as a pro in his work, which is what Frank is. Plus, he has a very unique type of sarcasm.

Peter Von Gomm has some pretty good energy in the role. He is quite a good fit.

Ty Olsson does sound pretty fitting as well. He's just not as remarkable as the others. go to »
Akumasaid at 12:26 PM on Wed Dec 21 2016
Personally, I've always liked Dale Wilson's filtered voice more than the normal one in the clip. There is something I've always found unsettling about that voice. The effects really helped enhance his performance, but when he was finally revealed, I was kinda disappointed that they didn't keep the effects in. So yeah, I'm going with Dale's performance with the effects, though I'll give his unfiltered performance this, it's still nicely performed.

David Kaye is also pretty awesome. His voice fits quite well, and he does have an unsettling air about him. Only problem I have is that sometimes, he falls into Shang Tsung territory (especially his delivery of "NOW, YOUR CH'I IS MINE!!!!").

Richard Epcar sounds pretty cool. He actually fits Akuma quite well, but his delivery is kinda awkward at times.

Dave Mallow has a nice raspy, demonic voice. He does fit well, but like Epcar, his performance tends to get awkward at times.

Keith Burgess... the same as Epcar and Mallow... fitting voice, but forced acting at some spots. go to »
Gandalfsaid at 11:52 AM on Wed Dec 21 2016
@EPA Deane These comments were made before I heard the Jackanory adaptation. I would put Denham in between John Huston and Heron Carvic. go to »
Gordon Huntsaid at 11:59 AM on Tue Dec 20 2016
RIP Gordon Hunt. Thanks for directing great series like the Super Powers tie-in cartoons. go to »
Jack DeLeonsaid at 9:25 AM on Mon Dec 19 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Jack DeLeon!!!

I really loved his Mole Man. I thought he was just perfectly creepy in the role.

And even though he lacked the accent, I thought he was a pretty decent Kraven in the 1981 solo Spider-Man cartoon. go to »
Danny Darksaid at 7:11 AM on Mon Dec 19 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Danny Dark!!!

He was a really good Superman. Yes, he was a little bit too corny at first, but he really improved in the Super Powers tie-in cartoon.

I also love his Bizarro. It's so fittingly hilarious and it never fails to entertain.

He was also a pretty nice Commissioner Gordon. go to »
Carl Banassaid at 5:49 AM on Mon Dec 19 2016
Happy birthday Carl Banas!!!

He's really enjoyable as the Scorpion, Charles Cameo, Foreman Elf and the Spotted Elephant. go to »
Larry D Mannsaid at 5:42 PM on Sun Dec 18 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Larry D. Mann!!!

I really enjoyed him as Yukon Cornelious, Cousin Ambrose and George Wilson. go to »
Harvey Atkinsaid at 8:32 AM on Sun Dec 18 2016
Happy Birthday Harvey Atkin!!!

To me, he'll always be the perfect King Koopa. He's just so slimy and evil as well as endlessly entertaining. I just never get bored of his awesome performance.

I also loved him as Sasquatch and Tryclyde. go to »
Spider-Man / Miles Moralessaid at 5:20 AM on Sun Dec 18 2016
Changing my vote to Ogie Banks. I think I like the more off-the-wall delivery better. go to »
Ultimosaid at 4:41 PM on Sat Dec 17 2016
@GreenGoblin75 Totally. I really wish they didn't add so many effects, 'cause Ed is a great choice for Ultimo. go to »
Bilbo Bagginssaid at 5:37 AM on Sat Dec 17 2016
@EPA Deane You know, I never noticed that, but now that you mention it, yes, Daneman did sound a little bit older, but still, I think it was a really nice and fun performance. So yeah, kinda hard to choose between Bernard and Paul, since both were fun in the role. go to »
Bilbo Bagginssaid at 5:11 AM on Sat Dec 17 2016
@EPA Deane I would rank him in-between Paul Daneman and Jim Piddock. He was pretty enjoyable in the role. go to »
Hammerheadsaid at 7:40 AM on Wed Dec 14 2016
Also switching the 1981 UVA with Nicky Blair. Nicky has grown on me lately. So yeah, now Jon Polito is my second favorite, while Nicky is third. go to »
John Hartsaid at 1:58 PM on Tue Dec 13 2016
Happy birthday and RIP John Hart.

He was pretty good as Billings in Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol.

Also, he's no Clayton Moore, but I personally think he was a pretty decent Lone Ranger. go to »
Dick Van Dykesaid at 1:53 PM on Tue Dec 13 2016
Happy birthday Dick Van Dyke!!!

He's always enjoyable in everything he does. go to »
Superman (1988)said at 12:19 PM on Tue Dec 13 2016
http://noblemania.blogspot.cl/2011/10/super-70s-and-80s-superman-1988-ruby.html

This is a pretty cool interview with Beau Weaver. In this interview, Beau talks about the audition process, the fact that the producers had two potential directors for the show (Michael Bell and Ginny McSwain) and how these two potential directors got leading roles in the show. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 5:51 PM on Sun Dec 11 2016
@EPA Deane Well, if you want a recommendation, check the 1940s Superman radio show. It has great acting and really good writing (the Atom Man saga is really engaging). go to »
Jokersaid at 9:03 AM on Sun Dec 11 2016
@Voiceactorfan1 He definitely seems to be doing an Edward G. Robinson impression, which kinda makes me wonder how it would be if the real Robinson played the Joker. go to »
John Colicossaid at 5:44 PM on Sat Dec 10 2016
Happy birthday and RIP John Colicos!!!

He was just perfect as Apocalypse. He sounded fittingly ancient and foreboding and he had an epic voice to boot. go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 4:58 PM on Sat Dec 10 2016
@EPA Deane Well, I really prefer to hear performers having fun and really getting into the character (Hans Conried's Chameleon, Michael Rye's Magneto and Shepard Menken's Dr. Doom are perfect examples of that).

And seriously, you need to listen to more radio shows.

Wit and sense of humor is something that is constantly getting lost in TV shows nowadays, which is why I don't watch a lot of TV as of now. go to »
Kirk Douglassaid at 3:00 AM on Fri Dec 9 2016
Happy birthday Kirk Douglas!!!

100 years already!!! Boy, it's really amazing.

I loved hearing him in the Lux Radio Theater and Suspense. go to »
Battle of the Planetssaid at 4:54 PM on Wed Dec 7 2016
I really love this show. My favorite dub of all time. I absolutely enjoy Janet Waldo's Princess, Ronnie Schell's Jason, Alan Young's 7-Zark-7, Keye Luke's Zoltar and Great Spirit and Alan Dinehart's Tiny (my favorite of them all). go to »
Spider-Man and His Amazing Friendssaid at 4:48 PM on Wed Dec 7 2016
@EPA Deane Animation, yes. However, I honestly think the writing in this show was really good. Really witty old timey writing which calls back to the old radio days.

Plus, the actors are really having a blast doing all these quirky and fun performances. I have seen shows that have dated badly (the 1978 Fantastic Four cartoon), but this one is not one of them. I really think this show is still fun to this day. go to »
Mighty Orbotssaid at 6:32 AM on Sun Dec 4 2016
This show has one of the most epic intro themes ever!!!!

The cast is great and deliver quirky performances and Gary Owens does a great job narrating the show. go to »
Sherry Alberonisaid at 6:29 AM on Sun Dec 4 2016
Happy birthday, Sherry Alberoni!!!

I really enjoyed her as Wendy in SuperFriends and Bo in Mighty Orbots. go to »
Fantastic Four (1978)said at 2:55 PM on Fri Nov 25 2016
@EPA Deane Yeah. That was because the rights for the Human Torch were with Universal at the time. go to »
Rocksteadysaid at 3:12 AM on Mon Nov 14 2016
@TylerMirage I agree. I really wish there was more variety in brutish voices, not just the typical deep voice that is mostly used. A lot of brutish voices I like are mainly high yet gruff. go to »
Will Ryansaid at 3:08 PM on Sun Nov 13 2016
Happy birthday, Will Ryan!!!!

I really enjoyed him as Rock 'n Roll and Footloose in G.I. Joe. go to »
Leonardosaid at 12:08 PM on Fri Nov 11 2016
Peter Ploszek is an overall improvement over Johnny Knoxville. He still feels unremarkable, but he's not as one-note as Knoxville. go to »
Batman: The Animated Seriessaid at 3:23 AM on Thu Nov 10 2016
@GreenGoblin75 I actually prefer the performances here than in any other DCAU production, mostly down to the fact that there's a sort of old time radio feel to them, which was unfortunately dropped later on, which is why I couldn't invest myself on the other DCAU shows (apart from Static Shock). go to »
Earl Boensaid at 9:54 AM on Mon Nov 7 2016
I also enjoyed him as Taurus in the G.I. Joe movie and the Beyonder. go to »
Earl Boensaid at 9:52 AM on Mon Nov 7 2016
Happy birthday, Earl Boen!!!

I really enjoyed him as the Red Skull and Colossus, and he still is my favorite Magneto voice performer. go to »
Anti-Venomsaid at 9:49 AM on Mon Nov 7 2016
Both are pretty good, but I prefer Matt. go to »
Dove Cameronsaid at 2:56 PM on Sun Nov 6 2016
She's a pretty terrific Gwen. She just adds innocence into the character, but she also makes her adventurous and likeable. go to »
Colossussaid at 2:52 PM on Sun Nov 6 2016
Switching John Stephenson and Stefan Kapicic around. It's kinda hard to decide between the two, though. go to »
George Stacysaid at 11:39 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
@GreenGoblin75 Well, let's just say that it falls short to my expectations, especially since he kinda lacks the sense of humor that some of his other good guy characters have (like his Raiden from the Mortal Kombat cartoon, in which he used this same voice, but he added some great wit and humor), so he comes off as bland to me. go to »
Michael Morbiussaid at 9:56 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
Ben Diskin is extremely awesome as Morbius. I love how hammy and intense he is. A good example of Diskin's range.

Nick Jameson also fits quite well. He is pretty earnest and compelling, which is great.

Tom Kenny is actually pretty entertaining, actually. It's a pretty good example of his range.

Sean Donnellan just doesn't sound as good as the others, unfortunately. go to »
Medusasaid at 9:52 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
Rose McGowan is actually pretty solid. I actually like the slight accent she adds and she does sound pretty regal. She's right in-between Mary and B.J. go to »
Hammerheadsaid at 9:50 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
I think I'll switch Jon and the 1981 UVA around. go to »
Grey Hulk / Mr. Fixitsaid at 9:47 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
Mike Donovan was just awesome in the role. He seems to be having a lot of fun and his voice and tough-guy delivery fits the character perfectly.

Fred Tatasciore is also pretty cool. He hits the same buttons as Donovan, which is great.

Travis Willingham delivers a pretty fun performance. The snootiness is perfect for the SHSS version.

I actually kinda like Steve Blum in the role. I actually like his accent and he seems to be having a lot of fun in the role.

Mark Gibbon sounds kinda unnatural for my taste. go to »
Hammerheadsaid at 9:34 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
John DiMaggio is one of the few performances of Spectacular Spider-Man that I like. Most of the performances there were just generic IMO, but DiMaggio is pretty unique actually. He sounds like a crime boss and he has a neat accent.

The UVA who played Hammerhead in the 1981 solo Spider-Man cartoon (I'm guessing it's Bill Boyett) does a good job as well. It's one of the better performances from that show.

Jon Polito is pretty awesome as well. His voice fits the character quite well, and he brings a whole lot of energy to the role. It really saddens me that he passed away, 'cause I would have loved to hear him in the role again.

Nicky Blair works quite well, too. His accent is great and he does sound commanding as well.

Dee Bradley Baker is cool, too. The delivery is a little wonky at times, but it does the job.

Dave Boat sounds a little bit too thuggish for my taste. go to »
George Stacysaid at 9:23 AM on Sun Nov 6 2016
I prefer Len Carlson. He has a great authoritative sound in his voice, yet he also makes Stacy quite likeable.

Robert Clotworthy is also pretty good. A very stern performance, but he also nails the father qualities that are needed for the character.

I'm sorry, but Clancy Brown just doesn't do it for me. He has done far better good guy performances (Raiden in the Mortal Kombat cartoon), and this one is not one of them. go to »
Baron Wolfgang Von Struckersaid at 10:39 AM on Fri Nov 4 2016
Jim Ward is just excellent in the role. He kinda reminds me of Laurence Olivier's Szell in Marathon Man, but much more bombastic.

Rob Paulsen is also pretty cool. He's just pretty entertaining in the role.

Robin Atkin Downes does sound pretty fitting. A little bit more sinister, but pretty cool nonetheless.

Kai Wulff is on the same level as Downes. Sinister but still quite fitting.

John Paul Karliak does a much more bombastic take, and it works well enough. It can get overdone at times, but it's still entertaining and a pretty good example of Karliak's work. go to »
Kang the Conquerorsaid at 10:24 AM on Fri Nov 4 2016
Jonathan Adams fits Kang quite well. He has a great authoritative delivery and he sounds pretty regal.

Ken Kramer sounds pretty awesome. I love his laugh and he nails the authoritative sound.

Steve Blum fits well. Not much else to say, other than the fact that he sounds cool. go to »
Blacklash / Whiplashsaid at 10:17 AM on Fri Nov 4 2016
Dorian Harewood sounds pretty great in the role. I love how bombastic he is. He really is an improvement over James Avery.

Peter Kelamis is also good. Pretty chilling, yet still fun.

Troy Baker is pretty awesome as well. His accent is good and he does sound pretty threatening.

Peter Stormare does have a pretty good accent and the lisp is pretty cool IMO.

Zach McGowan is okay, but a little bit forced.

James Avery never sounded right for me in this role, unfortunately. go to »
Eggheadsaid at 10:06 AM on Fri Nov 4 2016
Yuri Lowenthal is pretty boss in the role. I love how smug and egotistical he sounds and he does seem to be having fun.

Robert Latimer Cornell sounds pretty cool as well. Quite flamboyant and smug, fitting for Egghead.

Wayne Knight works well for a more comedic version. He's quite flamboyant and hammy in the role. go to »
Visionsaid at 10:00 AM on Fri Nov 4 2016
I personally prefer Dave Wittenberg. His voice is pretty cool and his delivery is fittingly monotone.

Peter Jessop in next. I really enjoy his delivery and voice, but not as much as Wittenberg's.

David Kaye is surprisingly good. I couldn't tell it was him at all, and he delivers a pretty compelling performance.

Roger Rose is also pretty nice. He has the delivery down and his voice fits.

Ron Rubin also fits well. Not much else to say.

Shawn MacDonald and John Paul Karliak are decent, but they don't click with me. go to »
Ms. Marvel / Kamala Khansaid at 7:44 AM on Fri Nov 4 2016
Ashly Burch has a whole lot of energy and she seems to have a lot of fun in the role. I really love her upbeat attitude and delivery.

Kathreen Khavari sounds pretty cool as well. Like Ashly, she has a pretty nice peppy attitude.

Priyanka Chopra is okay, but she lacks energy. Maybe it's the quality of the clip, but even then, I still think she needs a little bit more upbeatness. go to »
Jasper Sitwellsaid at 6:40 PM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Mike Vaughn sounds okay, but he's a little bit weird at times. I do like the noises he makes, though. go to »
Donatellosaid at 2:54 PM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Vaquer has kinda grown on me. He sounds quite cool, and I like the nerdy vibe he gives to Donnie.

Tying him with Riegel, Whitfield, Salerno, Lowenthal and Hammon. go to »
Karnaksaid at 2:51 PM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Forget what I said about Vaquer, I actually quite like his take now that I hear it again. I'm putting him in-between Kusatsu and Gough. go to »
Karnaksaid at 10:03 AM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Fred Tatasciore does sound quite intelligent and smooth, which fits Karnak quite well. I also like the energy he adds into the role.

John Stephenson delivers a pretty good performance despite the material he's given to work with. Definitely one of the better performances of that show.

Clyde Kusatsu does sound like an intellectual strategist. I love how he handles the "pinpointing the enemy's weak spot" trait of the character.

Michael J. Gough kinda reminds me of Steven Berkoff at times. He does fit Karnak quite well.

Alex Zahara is pretty good, too. He lacks energy at times, but it's not bad.

Oliver Vaquer is okay, but there's something that I don't like about his take. go to »
Crystalsaid at 9:53 AM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Kim Mai Guest sounds quite soft-spoken and youthful in the role. I love how she adds a little bit of seriousness into the role as well.

Kelly Sheridan hits the same notes as Kim. She sounds a little bit more mature, but still fit quite well.

Nancy Wible does have some innocence in her take, but unfortunately, the direction in that particular show was pretty awful. She could have been better.

Kathy Ireland kinda sounds a little bit too girly for Crystal. She isn't awful or anything, but she lacks the regalness needed for the character.

Mary Faber, like Kathy, lacks the regal sound, which is a shame. Once again, I think she has a lot of potential.

Vanessa Marshall is the opposite of Nancy, Kathy and Mary in that she has the regalness, but the innocence is gone. go to »
Spider Woman / Jessica Drewsaid at 4:32 AM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Grey DeLisle is my favorite. I love how seductive and spunky she sounds in the role. I wish she could reprise.

Lisa Ann Beley also fits quite well in the role. I really wish to hear more of her as well.

Elizabeth Daily does have a cool, deadpan delivery. Plus, she adds a nice tomboyish sound.

Tasia Valenza sounds cool, but her delivery could use a little bit more polishing. She kinda lacks some energy at times.

Joan Van Ark is much more energetic and quippy than Tasia, but her delivery is a little forced at times. Still, she's quite fun in the role.

Nicolette Reed and Kiernan Shipka are pretty underwhelming. go to »
Shepard Menkensaid at 4:24 AM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Shepard Menken!!!

Really awesome as the Ghost of Christmas Past in the 1949 Capehart radio broadcast of "A Christmas Carol".

He was also really awesome as Tonto and he really made for a pretty menacing yet fun Dr. Doom.

He was also cool as Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and Clyde Crashup. go to »
Jessica Jonessaid at 4:20 AM on Wed Nov 2 2016
Definitely Tara. Michelle needs better direction. go to »
Nightmaresaid at 7:33 PM on Mon Oct 31 2016
Mark Hamill delivers an awesome performance. I also like the effects they added to his voice, makes him sound quite scary.

Jim Parsons is hilarious in the role. I love his extremely hammy performance a lot.

Matthew Waterson is pretty nice, too. His performance can get a little inconsistent, but it's not bad at all. go to »
Melendy Brittsaid at 7:09 AM on Mon Oct 31 2016
Happy birthday, Melendy Britt!!!

I really enjoyed her as Princess Aura, She-Ra, Batgirl and Catwoman. go to »
Kevin Pollaksaid at 5:24 AM on Sun Oct 30 2016
Happy birthday, Kevin Pollak!!!

I really enjoy him a lot as Fracture. He definitely made him a fun badass character. go to »
Henry Winklersaid at 5:22 AM on Sun Oct 30 2016
Happy birthday, Henry Winkler!!!

"WRONG???!!!! DA FONZ IS WRONG???!!!!!" go to »
François Chausaid at 3:57 PM on Wed Oct 26 2016
Happy birthday, François Chau!!!

He was tons of fun as Quick Kick. I loved how he made him sound like a friendly, easy-going movie buff yet still a tough martial artist.

And I kinda wonder how he would have sounded as the Shredder. Even though I loved David McCharen's Shredder, I would love to hear Chau do his own take instead of just playing him physically. go to »
Hank Garrettsaid at 3:54 PM on Wed Oct 26 2016
Happy birthday, Hank Garrett!!!!

He was absolutely enjoyable as Dial-Tone. go to »
Mark Taylorsaid at 3:14 AM on Tue Oct 25 2016
Happy birthday Mark L. Taylor.

I really enjoyed him as Firestorm, Jimmy Olsen and Donald Blake. go to »
Penguinsaid at 2:27 PM on Mon Oct 24 2016
Also, I'm placing David Ogden Stiers right after Robert Morse and placing Ted Knight after Stiers and before Nolan North. Their takes have grown on me a little bit more as of late. go to »
David Sobolovsaid at 6:08 AM on Sun Oct 23 2016
Happy birthday David Sobolov!!!

I really enjoyed him as Depth Charge, Shockwave, RoboCop, Grodd, Darkseid, Drax the Destroyer, Electro, Mysterio and Lobo. go to »
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaderssaid at 1:19 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Wally has become my favorite Riddler after watching this movie. Such a great impression of Frank Gorshin's Riddler. The laugh is spot-on!!! go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 1:12 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Changing my vote to Jim Ward. I just love how nicely he channels Neil Hamilton, and he really nails the funny moments quite well. go to »
Catwomansaid at 1:10 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Updated VC thoughts

Julie Newmar's voice may have aged since the 60's, but her performance is still strong, and she still manages to have fun in the role. I loved her in the original series and still love her now.

Adrienne Barbeau is also quite awesome. She sounds quite seductive while also managing to make her a little bit more sympathetic in some episodes.

Grey DeLisle is a pretty nice Catwoman. Like Adrienne, she does sound like a seductive yet conflicted criminal.

Melendy Britt is so great in the role as well. I really love how over-the-top and fun she is and the purring laugh is awesome.

I really like Patty Mattson as well. She has a pretty cool voice and delivery.

I also enjoyed Nika Futterman, Janyse Jaud, Eliza Dushku and Laura Bailey in the role.

Gina Gershon, Kelley Huston and Stephanie Sheh are decent, but not as great as the previously mentioned actresses.

Jane Webb could have been better. The purring sound is good, but she lacks the seductive sound that is vital to the character.

Honorable Mentions: Lorelei King (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 12:57 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Now, Steven Weber has become my favorite of the non-radio voices. I love how he sounds and he does sound pretty close to Alan Napier. Plus, that scene they added on the VC clip is just so emotional. go to »
Penguinsaid at 12:51 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Changing my vote to William Salyers. He does a pretty awesome Burgess Meredith impression. I love his squawks and he does seem to be having tons of fun in the role. go to »
Jokersaid at 12:47 PM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Changing my vote to Jeff Bergman. I really love how crazy and enjoyable he is. Really an awesome Cesar Romero impression. Mark and Frank are still awesome in their own right, but Bergman has become my new favorite now.

Honorable Mention: Kerry Shale (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Ellen Gerstellsaid at 9:00 AM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Happy birthday, Ellen Gerstell!!!

She was really awesome as Rapture in Jem! go to »
Sidney Millersaid at 6:38 AM on Sat Oct 22 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Sidney Miller!!!!

He was a pretty solid Commissioner Gordon in The Super Powers Team cartoon. go to »
Joshua Blydensaid at 5:01 PM on Mon Oct 17 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Josh Blyden.

So sad that he passed away so suddenly. He only had one voice role, but boy, Komodai was really memorable. I wish he had done more voice work. go to »
Venus Terzosaid at 4:54 PM on Mon Oct 17 2016
Happy birthday Venus Terzo!!!!

I absolutely love her as Blackarachnia, Jinx, the Sorceress, Princess Lana and Medusa. go to »
Optimus Primesaid at 3:24 PM on Sun Oct 16 2016
Updated VC thoughts

Like in Megatron's case, I've never been a big fan of Optimus. Nowadays, I think he's pretty overused, unfortunately.

Now, Peter Cullen does deliver a good performance as Optimus. He does seem to get into the role a lot, but there are times where the direction can hurt his performance (like in the Prime cartoon). But still, he nails it most of the time.

Garry Chalk is pretty awesome as both Optimus Primal and Optimus Prime. I really enjoyed his performance as both Optimuses. He makes Primal a more stern figure than Prime, but he still tries to live up to Prime's name.

Neil Kaplan does a pretty nice impression of Peter Cullen. I've noticed that there are episodes where he would sound quite intense and others in which he sounded calmer and softer. He once stated that depending on the director (Mike McConnohie or Steve Kramer) he would deliver a different mood for Optimus. But still, I must say that he does a bang up job.

Jon Bailey does a good Peter Cullen impression, but I still prefer Kaplan a bit more.

David Kaye works quite well as a younger, more inexperienced Optimus. One of the standouts from TFA.

Ron Hayden, Eric Edwards and Robert Belgrade are okay, but they don't leave a big impression. go to »
Megatronsaid at 3:10 PM on Sun Oct 16 2016
Updated VC thoughts

Okay, in all seriousness, I've never been a big Megatron fan. The G1 incarnation was tons of fun, and the BW/BM version and the 2001 RiD version were pretty enjoyable as well, but most of the time, he is a pretty bland character IMO.

With that out of the way, I must say that I like Frank Welker's G1 performance the most. I mean, he made Megatron a pretty enjoyable villain yet could also be quite a threat to the heroes. However, I really find his performance in TFP to be exceedingly bland and boring. It literally puts me to sleep. But his G1 take is pretty enjoyable and I love it whenever I hear it, despite not liking the character that much.

Fred Tatasciore is pretty awesome, I must say. Of all the darker versions, I think his performance is the most enjoyable (along with David Kaye's BM Megs). He manages to add some bombastic sound into the role at times.

David Kaye is next. Boy, BW Megatron is such an enjoyable villain, and Kaye really seems to be having tons of fun in the role. Whether it be the hammy, flamboyant BW version or the dark yet still quite hammy BM version, he really nailed it.

Garry Chalk does a pretty nice impression of Frank Welker. I wish I could hear more, 'cause he does have some potential.

Daniel Riordan is just so enjoyably crazy and over-the-top that it brings a smile to my face. I still enjoy his overbearing take even to this day.

I also enjoyed Richard Newman, Trevor Devall and Jason Marnocha in the role.

Hugo Weaving, Corey Burton, Tony Gialluca and Jeff Manning are pretty bland and forgettable. Weaving and Gialluca are too monstrous, Manning is extremely forgettable and Burton is uncharacteristically boring and he makes Megatron sound quite frail, unfortunately. go to »
Starscreamsaid at 2:54 PM on Sun Oct 16 2016
Updated VC thoughts

Christopher Collins is just perfect as Starscream. The intensity, the pitch and the raspiness all create something extremely memorable. Chris definitely had tons of fun in the role, making Screamer a pretty unpredictable adversary. He could be pretty menacing at times and yet he could be comical at some other times.

Scott Whyte is the best successor to Chris. I really love his voice and delivery, plus, he really seems to be having tons of fun. I really wish he could reprise the role.

Steve Blum may sound lower, but he still keeps Chris' essence alive, making him a credible menace at times, yet becoming a comical character at the drop of a hat.

I could say the same about Sam Riegel. He goes for a much more darker sounding version of Chris' take, yet he keeps the essence intact.

I really dig Doug Parker's take. He did a good job channeling Chris, but he's not as successful as Whyte, Blum and Riegel. But it's still a pretty enjoyable performance.

I also enjoyed Matt Hetherington, Michael Dobson, Patrick Hallahan, Daniel Ross, Charlie Adler and Frank Todaro in the role.

Tom Kenny, Bronco D. Jackson and Jack Merluzzi sound pretty off, unfortunately. go to »
Rodimus Primesaid at 2:44 PM on Sun Oct 16 2016
Updated VC thoughts

Dick Gautier delivers a great performance as both Rodimus and Hot Rod, making him more of a reluctant champion than the typical heroic leader is yet still having presence. Thanks to his performance, Rodimus is actually my favorite Autobot leader of them all. Doubtful of his abilities yet a natural leader and a charming, admirable and relatable fellow, I always liked Rodimus more than Optimus, and Gautier's performance is the main reason for that.

Judd Nelson was cool as Hot Rod and Animated Rodimus (thanks to the fact that his voice aged a little bit), but I don't feel that he brings the down-to-earth aspects that Dick has. Plus, his Rodimus sounded pretty forced in the movie. Still, it's a pretty cool performance overall.

Ted Schwartz is good, he would fit Hot Rod quite nicely, but he doesn't fit Rodimus that well. He just doesn't have the presence that Dick has.

Frank Welker does sound quite interesting. I would like to hear more.

Ben Pronsky delivers a good performance, but I feel that the writing ruined the character completely.

Travis Willingham is pretty enjoyable. I wish to hear more from him.

Paul Dobson and Peter Von Gomm are pretty unremarkable. go to »
Menasorsaid at 2:25 PM on Sun Oct 16 2016
Updated VC thoughts

I really love Regis Cordic in this particular role. He had the unstable sound and the violent delivery which was fitting for Menasor.

James Arnold Taylor is next. He does a nice job in trying to keep Cordic's essence.

Roger C. Carmel does sound good, but the excessive effects kinda hurt his take.

Dashie would fit a Battlecharger better.

Sam Vincent fits the Cybertron version, but I don't see him fitting the combiner version. go to »
Windbladesaid at 2:16 PM on Sun Oct 16 2016
Definitely Kristy. She's tons of fun yet she can also make her quite tough. Abby suffers from horrible direction and material, which is sad, 'cause she could be much better. go to »
Gary Dubinsaid at 4:10 PM on Thu Oct 13 2016
Gonna rewatch Jaws 2 in his memory. RIP Gary Dubin. go to »
Maya Feysaid at 10:15 AM on Mon Oct 10 2016
I dig Abby more. go to »
Apollo Justicesaid at 7:17 PM on Sun Oct 9 2016
I kinda dig Kellams a little bit more, but both of these guys nail it. They both sound quite energetic, which is great. go to »
Klavier Gavinsaid at 7:15 PM on Sun Oct 9 2016
I actually prefer Lowenthal. go to »
Miles Edgeworthsaid at 7:14 PM on Sun Oct 9 2016
Kyle Hebert has a really good smug delivery that I think fits the character quite well.

Seon King sounds cool but his delivery can be off at times.

Mark Healy... I dunno why, but he doesn't click with me like... at all. go to »
Wonder Womansaid at 3:50 AM on Sun Oct 9 2016
@EPA Deane Oh, gee, that would have been brilliant!!! :O go to »
Michael Hordernsaid at 11:50 AM on Tue Oct 4 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Michael Hordern!!!

IMO, he really nailed Gandalf in the 1981 Lord of the Rings radio drama. That is exactly how I imagine Gandalf sounding like and he delivered a very convincing performance.

I also liked him a lot as Marley's ghost. go to »
William Conradsaid at 6:57 AM on Tue Sep 27 2016
Happy birthday and RIP William Conrad!!!

One of the greats from the old radio days. His gruff, deep voice is just so pleasant to listen. It still amazes me how he was able to make the transition from radio to TV without a problem (my favorite live-action role from him being the Fatman in "Jake and the Fatman").

My favorite radio roles from him would have to be Helmholtz Watson in the CBS Radio Workshop's adaptation of "Brave New World" and Matt Dillon in Gunsmoke. Interestingly enough, Michael Rye played Mark Dillon (this was a prototype name for the same character) in the Gunsmoke pilot, and would later play the Lone Ranger in the 60's cartoon (while Bill Conrad would play him in the 80's Filmation cartoon).

As for cartoons, I really enjoyed his Denethor, the totally sad, bitter and slow delivery really fits the doomed Steward of Gondor perfectly. I still prefer Peter Vaughan from the 1981 LOTR radio drama, but Bill sounds really similar to Vaughan at times.

His Lone Ranger is pretty boss. As much as I loved Mike Rye as the Ranger, I do think Bill is the best cartoon Lone Ranger (Brace Beemer and Earle Graser were the best if we count radio performances, but in animation, Bill Conrad rocks as the Ranger). I really love his delivery of the "HI-YO, SILVER!!! AWAAAAYYYYY!!!!" line. His epic voice just made it sound pretty strong and resonant.

He was a pretty accomplished guy as well (he was a performer in radio, TV, films and cartoons, he was also a radio announcer, a director and a writer as well, kinda like a second Orson Welles).

Just a wonderful performer from the old days with a pretty epic voice. go to »
Beast Mansaid at 10:28 AM on Thu Sep 15 2016
I prefer Erwin. I really enjoyed his beastly performance. McNeil is kinda off. go to »
Codysaid at 4:43 PM on Wed Sep 14 2016
@Zillah I dunno, I just found him too vain and kinda unlikable. go to »
Uriensaid at 1:49 PM on Tue Sep 13 2016
I prefer Rogers. Both have very fitting voices, but Rogers has the better acting. go to »
Gillsaid at 11:43 AM on Tue Sep 13 2016
I personally prefer Liam O'Brien. I think his acting is quite solid and he kinda gives an unsettling vibe to Gill.

Bruce Robertson has a very cool voice and good acting, but he feels a bit generic.

Lawrence Bayne has a good voice, but I find the delivery to be kinda stiff. go to »
John Hostettersaid at 10:17 AM on Thu Sep 8 2016
NO!!!! Not Bazooka and Ramhorn!!!! :(

I'm so sad... go to »
Keone Youngsaid at 6:22 AM on Tue Sep 6 2016
Happy birthday Keone Young!!!

Really enjoyed him as Storm Shadow and Super Ninja.

"AAAAAIIIIIIIII'LL FINISH NORRIS!!!!!!" go to »
Howard Morrissaid at 4:53 PM on Sun Sep 4 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Howard Morris!!!

I really loved him as the Prankster in the 1988 Superman cartoon. I also enjoyed him as Jughead Jones, Dilton Doiley and Moose Mason. go to »
Mr. Freezesaid at 5:46 PM on Thu Sep 1 2016
VC thoughts update

Michael Ansara just nails it big time. I just can't get enough of that bitter yet melancholic performance of his. Surprisingly different from his General Warhawk from the Rambo cartoon and his Hiawatha Smith from the Spider-Friends cartoon.

Maurice LaMarche is next. I just love hearing LaMarche playing villains. He always sounds great and this is no exception. He sounds pretty similar to Ansara, too.

Len Weinrib is pretty good for a more light-hearted version. I really like the accent and the delivery. This is one of the few roles in which I think Weinrib was well cast.

Townsend Coleman sounds pretty fitting for a more light-hearted take as well. I love the chilly sound he adds to his voice.

Ted Knight is also great. I kinda prefer Weinrib's take, but Knight was also good for the classic incarnation of Freeze.

I also enjoyed Clancy Brown, John DiMaggio, Keith Szarabajka and Eric Bauza in the role.

Robert Kraft and Oded Fehr just don't click with me for some reason. go to »
Hushsaid at 5:33 PM on Thu Sep 1 2016
VC thoughts update

I really love Kevin Conroy in this role. I love how unsettling he sounds, but I also love how he adds some smugness to the role.

J. Shannon Weaver sounds okay, but he's excessively forced.

The UVA is unremarkable. go to »
Banesaid at 3:26 PM on Wed Aug 31 2016
VC thoughts update

Henry Silva is exactly how I imagine Bane to sound like, especially his first voice. He has a nice Central American accent and he does sound quite sophisticated as well as ruthless.

Hector Elizondo is next. He sounds a little bit gruffer than Silva, but he manages to keep the suaveness and ruthlessness that Silva had.

J.B. Blanc is quite awesome, too. He has a very nice accent and I like the fact that he doesn't use an exceedingly deep voice.

Fred Tatasciore... now we're getting into mixed territory. The accent is quite nice, but the voice is just too deep.

Steve Blum does have a more fitting voice than Tatasciore, but he lacks the accent, unfortunately. He does have potential, though.

Although I enjoyed Kirk Thornton, Ron Perlman, Danny Trejo, Jason Liebrecht, Carlos Alazraqui, Eric Lopez and Eric Bauza in the role, I thought they were kinda mixed. Some had fitting voices but with odd sounding accents, while others had fitting accents with too deep voices. They do have potential, however.

Joaquim de Almeida sounds kinda off to me. It just doesn't click with me.

Honorable mentions: Peter Marinker (BBC DC radio dramas) go to »
Jokersaid at 2:47 PM on Wed Aug 31 2016
VC thoughts update

Well, what can I say... Mark Hamill is just perfect as the Joker. I always loved how he could make him threatening as well as funny. He always seems to be having fun in the role.

Frank Welker is next. He was the first one to nail the role in animation, sounding quite maniacal as well as fun in the role.

Michael McKean is perfect as the Dick Sprang incarnation of the Joker. He sounds quite humorous and his laugh is great.

Larry Storch is also fitting for the 50's/60's Joker. I really enjoy his delivery and his laugh.

Troy Baker never ceases to amaze me. He sounds very similar to Hamill while also managing to sound unique.

I also enjoyed Kevin Michael Richardson, Corey Burton, Jeff Bennett, Michael Dobson, Richard Epcar, Brent Spiner, John DiMaggio, Christopher Smith, Michael Emerson and Jason Spisak in the role.

Lloyd Floyd, Allen Enlow and John Kassir just don't leave a big impression on me.

Len Weinrib has a good laugh, but that's all I can give him, unfortunately. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 6:07 AM on Wed Aug 31 2016
Eric Bauza is quite great as Gordon. He manages to sound authoritative yet funny. I think I may tie him with Hammon, Meskimen, Ross, Kane, Burton, Cole, Cranston, Kaye, Selby, Cox, Epcar and McKenzie. go to »
Marvin Kaplansaid at 6:18 PM on Thu Aug 25 2016
RIP Marvin Kaplan

I really liked him as Alfred Prinzmetal in the Meet Millie radio show. go to »
Klawsaid at 7:09 PM on Wed Aug 24 2016
@Zillah Yeah, he does. Whenever I hear him, I expect him to go "Everybody betray me, I fed up with this World!!!!" or "Hahahahaha, what a story, Mark." :P go to »
Hal Smithsaid at 10:25 AM on Wed Aug 24 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Hal Smith!!!!

I absolutely loved him as Klaw in the classic Fantastic Four cartoon. I always felt that unique, raspy voice was a perfect fit for the Master of Sound. go to »
Jeannie Eliassaid at 12:30 PM on Tue Aug 23 2016
Happy birthday Jeannie Elias!!!

I really loved her as Princess Toadstool. go to »
Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehogsaid at 12:40 PM on Sun Aug 21 2016
Boy, this show is so awesome. The whole comedy and off-the-wall antics always manage to crack me up. Sonic disguising as people and fooling the villains reminds me a lot of Eddie Murphy's Axel Foley, which is awesome. Also, Robotnik, Scratch and Grounder are really great fun villains. go to »
John Stephensonsaid at 9:56 AM on Tue Aug 9 2016
Happy birthday and RIP John Stephenson.

Boy, this guy has appeared in a lot of my favorite cartoons as well as some radio shows.

I really enjoyed him aa Loki, Kup, Ymir, Shocker, Windcharger, Thundercracker, Huffer, Thunderbird, Devcon, Alpha Trion and Professor X. go to »
Ron Ganssaid at 9:52 AM on Tue Aug 9 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Ron Gans!!!

I really enjoyed him as Drag Strip and the Juggernaut. go to »
Mary Fabersaid at 5:51 AM on Mon Aug 8 2016
Happy birthday Mary Faber!!!

I absolutely loved her as She-Hulk, Jean DeWolff, Spider-Girl and Medusa.

Can't wait to hear more of her 'cause she really seems to have fun in every role she plays. go to »
Stan Frebergsaid at 8:18 AM on Sun Aug 7 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Stan Freberg!!!

One of the most masterful satirist of the old radio days. I really loved his "United States of America" recording. I had fun all the way through it.

And here's a great musical parody he did:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zPnETiP8V9I go to »
Omega Supremesaid at 11:53 AM on Wed Aug 3 2016
@Francesco92e G1 Omega wasn't a jerk. He had the same type of speech pattern as WFC Omega. go to »
Sab Shimonosaid at 4:49 PM on Sun Jul 31 2016
Happy birthday Sab Shimono!!!

He was hilarious as Uncle Chan and Mr. Sparkle!!!!

One more thing... go to »
Arnold Schwarzeneggersaid at 1:40 PM on Sat Jul 30 2016
AHNOLD: EMMA!!!! Emma, TEHK your toy back to tha CAHPET!!!!

EMMA: I'm not a policeman, I'm princess.

AHNOLD: TEHK your toy back to tha CAHPET!!!!

EMMA: I'm not policeman, I'm princess.

AHNOLD (totally losing it): TEHK IT BACK!!!!!

EMMA (frustrated): Alright...

XD go to »
Frank Stallonesaid at 10:35 AM on Sat Jul 30 2016
Happy birthday Frank Stallone!!!

He was absolutely amazing as Thunderhoof. Thanks to him, ol' deerhead became my favorite Decepticon of the 2015 RiD series. go to »
Michael Bellsaid at 5:45 AM on Sat Jul 30 2016
Happy birthday Michael Bell.

I really enjoyed him as Zan, Gleek, the Riddler, Lex Luthor, Plastic Man, Dr. Octopus, Dr. Bruce Banner, Prowl, Scrapper, Swoop, Sideswipe, Bombshell, First Aid, Brainstorm, Duke, Blowtorch, Lift-Ticket, Xamot, Clutch, Scrap-Iron, Major Bludd, Tollbooth, Cyclops, Auger, Max Hauser, High Tide and Rad. go to »
Peter Cullensaid at 3:17 PM on Thu Jul 28 2016
Happy birthday, Peter Cullen!!!

He was great as Optimus Prime, Ironhide, Streetwise, Airborne, Zandar, the Red Skull, Havoc, Mysterio, Nemesis Enforcer and Slugslinger. go to »
Commissioner James Gordonsaid at 11:39 AM on Wed Jul 27 2016
Gee, now both Clarence Boddicker and his second-in-command Leon have played Gordon. Ray Wise is really great, he didn't disappoint me. I really think he fits Gordon perfectly. He's right in-between Sidney Miller and Jonathan Banks. go to »
Red Hoodsaid at 11:35 AM on Wed Jul 27 2016
Mark Hamill sounds pretty good. Definitely my new favorite. I love how he makes him sound more weaselly and afraid. go to »
Alfred Pennyworthsaid at 11:33 AM on Wed Jul 27 2016
Jackson Beck (who played Alfred in the old Superman radio show) is my favorite. His voice and accent fit Alfred perfectly, IMO. He makes him sound a little bit more comical, but let's face it, the character was more comical back then, so he fits perfectly.

Non-radio voices, I would have to say that Efrem Zimbalist, Jr. is the best. He has such a warm tone and delivery, yet can be funny and quippy at the right times.

Clive Revill is next. He sounds more professional than Zimbalist, but his quips are great.

Andre Stojka is also great as Alfred. He nails the more fatherly side quite well, and I could see him delivering quips quite well.

Brian George is next. He sounds astonishingly similar to Zimbalist. Boy, I really wish he plays Alfred again.

I also enjoyed James Garrett, David McCallum, Michael Dobson, Alan Oppenheimer, Jim Piddock, Jeff Bennett, Martin Jarvis, Steve Blum, Michael Jackson, Robin Atkin Downes, J.B. Blanc and Nolan North in the role.

Bill Callaway fits Alfred Bizarro, and he's quite hilarious. Of course, he wouldn't fit the traditional Alfred, but he nails the Bizarro version.

Alastair Duncan and Michael Caine are okay, but they feel a little bit off.

Olan Soule... I'm glad he managed to use his range, but he's pretty inconsistent. Not a bad effort, though.

Honorable mention: Michael Gough (BBC DC radio dramas go to »
Oraclesaid at 11:17 AM on Wed Jul 27 2016
VC thoughts update

Tara Strong is great in the role. I really love how likeable she sounds, plus, I love how she makes her sound determined to keep fighting crime as Oracle.

Ashley Greene is next. I love how much energy and emotion she puts into the role.

Kimberly Brooks also sounds great. Her sassy attitude is pretty nice.

Kellie Martin does sound pretty professional and sassy. Not much else to add.

Katherine Catmull is decent, but her delivery sounds a little off at times. go to »
Red Hoodsaid at 6:31 AM on Wed Jul 27 2016
Bennett is my favorite. DiMaggio was also great, though. go to »
James Bestsaid at 3:33 PM on Tue Jul 26 2016
Happy birthday and RIP James Best.

Ya dipshtick!!!! KEWKEWKEW!!!!

I can't forget that phrase and that childish laugh coming out from Sheriff Rosco P. Coltrane. He had great comedic timing and really made the character likeable. go to »
Jackson Becksaid at 7:49 AM on Sat Jul 23 2016
Happy birthday and RIP Jackson Beck!!!!

His narration in the old Superman radio show was so intense and full of energy, which really hooked me into the stories.

I also loved his narration in the G.I. Joe cartoon as well as his Bluto, Beany Martin, Perry White and Lex Luthor. go to »
Charlie Guzmansaid at 7:19 AM on Fri Jul 22 2016
MAH BOI!!! HOLD UP!!!!! go to »
Transformers: Combiner Warssaid at 2:30 PM on Thu Jul 21 2016
The cast sounds great. From all the videos I've seen so far, I really dig Windblade and Victorion's performers. I would love to hear more of them.

I also dig Dashie as Menasor. go to »
SDCC16: Transformers: Combiner Wars Trailer + Voice Castsaid at 1:27 PM on Thu Jul 21 2016
Windblade sounds quite great. However, the dialogue I've heard from her so far is kinda depressive, but I hope Abby manages to showcase some sense of humor.

I also dig Screamer a lot. Kinda sounds like the G1 version, but more heroic. Also, Dashie as Menasor????!!!! I actually think he would be more fitting as the Battlechargers, but he sounds pre