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Comparison of the voice actors who have been the voice of Rumble with sound clips and images.

Number of Comparisons: 3
Franchise: Transformers

Rumble was one of the original Decepticons from the first Transformer toy assortment. Though little, he was feisty and could shake the ground by turning his arms into piledrivers, hence the name. He was identical to his twin brother Frenzy in terms of build, abilities, and even voice, but in terms of colour, they were different; Frenzy was blue and Rumble was red. Upon their transition to TV, their colours were reversed by some unknown error. It's best not to bring this up in a Transformers community.

Created by NCZ on Jul 4 2010


Time for another Transformers voice compare! Right after his brother, Frenzy, we've got Rumble. In the first Transformers show, you should know the story about the twins' colours above. Anyway, both of them were voiced by the VA legend Frank Welker. The voice he used for both of them was practically the same, but it was still a great voice nonetheless, giving them personality and charm.

In Transformers: War for Cybertron, the Decepticon brothers return, once again working for Soundwave. Voiced by Keith Silverstein, this (blue) incarnation of Rumble sounds a bit "excited" or happy. It's a good performance, but Rumble didn't sound aggressive enough. In the end, I think Frank Welker emerges victorious.



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Who do you think has been the best from these Rumble voice actors?
Frank Welker
Keith Silverstein
Scott Whyte