Created by Pokejedservo on Nov 19 2009
Special thanks to UltimateCharm, Music Meister for additional sound clips.
EDITOR'S OPINIONWell folks now Thor will be getting his own VC selection on this site but the first character to actually be in it would be this seductive villainous with a slightly Catwoman-esque relationship with Thor namely Enchantress.
In the first Marvel Ultimate Alliance game she was voiced by Gabrielle Carteris. While Enchantress has had more sympathetic depictions in the past she is often known as a good old fashioned evil femme fatale even in this game in which Gabrielle did JUST fine there in voice and performance.
In Hulk Vs. Thor she was voiced by Kari Wahlgren and well as for that briefly aforementioned sympathetic depictions? Yeah this is one of them, yeah she was one of the antagonists but as you can hear here well... Anyways Enchantress does have a nice low sultry voice (with a slightly more noticeable accent) in this feature done very well by Kari Wahlgren. (Which doesn't happen often in fact the only other roles of hers that I recall have lower voices are Cher Degre and Emma Frost. Don't get me wrong I am by all means capable of liking her higher voices and they certainly can be appealing but still.)
In the Super Hero Squad Show she is voiced by Grey Deslisle and I admit I was a bit surprised on how unlike her other curvy blond role in this show Ms. Marvel, even in this show Enchantress still has a sultry lower voice. (I admit I almost wondered if the show did a gag about Ms. Marvel wondering how come Enchantress didn't have to sound like a little girl.) But still Grey Deslisle's voice for Enchantress is also quite fitting as her performance suits Enchantress' persona as well.
Overall I am not quite sure here as all 3 of these voices suit Enchantress quite well.
(Update: Apparently her voice-acted debut was in the "Mighty Thor" segments from the Marvel Super Heroes series from the 1960's and I must say its one of the better performances from that show for sure, but I am still going with a tie here.)