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My top two favourite roles of his would have to be both Spike Spiegel and Starscream, I usually can't pick between which of the two I prefer more because they're both pretty iconic to me. Yeah it just shows much I love and respect his work. It was cool he also voiced Bonecrusher and Defensor in Transformers: Devastation. You are the most iconic anime cartoon voice actor out there, and thanks for giving us Wolverine, T. M., Flamedramon, Raidramon, Magnamon, Guilmon, Gallantmon, Killer Croc, Falcomon, Green Goblin, Roger Smith, Jamie, Ohnoki, Ao, Jack Cayman, Black War Greymon, Spike Spiegel, J. Shibayama, Starscream, Mugen, Zabuza, Orochimaru, Vincent Valentine, Vilgax, Heatblast, Ghostfreak, Rioichi Cooper, And Amon. It's just that Wolverine and Spike are more iconic and representative of Steve's general character type. Flamdramon/Raidramon/Blackwargraymon (Digimon Adventure 02) 23. It's also not hard to see why he has so many credits, he does everything from anime to cartoons and video games excelling at all three. It was cool hearing him in another ongoing anime last year, even if it was just him reprising his role as Kyohei Kadota in Durarara!! He got to voice three new characters but none of them actually spoke at all. Still I'm hoping he gets another opportunity to voice Starscream in the future, whether it'd be in RID or another other game or movie of some kind. M., Zabuza, Shin, Wolverine, Spike, Mugen, Orochimaru and Amon. Though I definitely give Heatblast, Killer Croc and Penguin credit for being outside of Blum's usual [email protected] Master08X I understand that his Starscream is held in relatively high regard.
I find it to be a perfectly good voice that's functional and versatile enough to fit many types of scenes. He has many, many roles I've grown to appreciate as well as flat-out like, but the performances that stick out to me other than the aforementioned four include Starscream, Kazuma the Shell Bullet, Amon, Jamie, Guilmon, J. Shibayama, Colonel Capricciola, Roger Smith, Leeron, Taskmaster, Zabuza Momochi, Jack Cayman, Mugen, Zarik "Dingo" Kajiwara, Dhalsim, Ken Masters, Zeb Orrelios, Kyohei "Dotachin" Kadota, Emperor Velo XXVII, Ukki Yellow/Yellow Monkey, Heatblast, Ghostfreak, Vilgax, Makoto Shishio, Green Goblin, Red Skull/Johan Schmidt, Beta Ray Bill, Commander Smytus, Techmo, Yata, Killer Croc/Waylon Jones, and Vincent Valentine. One of the greatest VAs & most awesome voices of our time. Possibly some of the most fun I actually had playing Hitman Absolution was that I got to hear Steve playing that security guy in the first mission and then that other soldier when you're escaping the motel. XD Sure, it may get old hearing him do the same old thing so many times. Had it not been for his renditions of Spike Spiegel, Wolverine/Logan, Orochimaru, and T. M., I personally wouldn't have discovered the figure. I for one highly enjoy picking his voice out in a game. ), Grunt, Jack Cayman, Killer Croc, loads of anime stuff I'm forgetting. I admit that a lot of his characters sound the same, and I'm not even a big fan of a lot of his characters to begin with. Some great roles: Mugen, Orochimaru, Zabuza, Leeron (totally playing against type, its just great), Wolverine, anything Digimon, Amon, Spike, Dotachin (! If you think a guy with this amount of experience and who has impressed so many times sounds stale, or emotionless, or just didn't meet your expectations it was probably the result of lazy, uninspired casting, or a poor director.However, I believe that, regardless of the statement, Blum has an undeniably commanding presence whenever he gets behind the mic.
He always manages to keep your attention no matter what style of voice he does, and even if there are roles that you don't like by him, you still have to give props for his efforts.
He is without a doubt one of the greatest voice actors for our generation, and is versatile on the numerous roles he plays in anime, original animation and video games. Thankfully, the person apologized and made up with him... "Sure, it may get old hearing him do the same old thing so many times.
If I haven't mentioned it before, I really think at some point, if possible, I'd like to hear him as Two-Face, & probably Batman &/or Joker in a speaking role. My top 10 favourite roles of his are: 1.) Spike Spiegel (Cowboy Bebop) 2.) Starscream (Transformers: Prime) 3.) Leeron Littner (Gurren Lagann) 4.) Wolverine/Logan/James Howlett (Wolverine and the X-Men) 5.) Red Skull/Johan Schmidt (The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes) 6.) Green Goblin (Spectacular Spider-Man) 7.) Jake Martinez (Tiger & Bunny) 8.) Mugen (Samurai Champloo) 9.) Amon (The Legend of Korra) 10.) Kyohei "Dotachin" Kadota (Durarara!! However, he's still a wonderful actor who just gets better and better, Amon being one of his greatest performances of all time.
I wouldn't expect the role to crack number 1, but I did expect... Plus, the likes (votes/comments) of the Starscream VC would greatly dispute the last [email protected] Tuxedo I agree with your first point, but your second point is kind of subjective.
I also really loved his performances as Mugen, Wolverine, Green Goblin, Red Skull, Amon, Heatwave, Leeron, Jake Martinez, The Laughing Man, Kyohei Kadota, Kyoshiro Tohdoh, Heatblast, Vilgax, Ghostfreak, Balladbird Lee, Cunningham, Kia Freeborn, Moses, Professor Nebraska, Killer Croc, Count Vertigo, Captain Cold, Heat Wave, Beta Ray Bill, Kraven the Hunter, Taskmaster, Abomination, Sauron, Pyro, Zeb Orrelios, Speed Demon, Darksteel, Shockwave, Sharpnel, Barricade, his roles on GI Joe Resolute and Digimon and of course T. Most notable to mention is that with Steve taking on Defensor, this is the second time succeeds a role done originally by Chris Latta. Your voice gives them personality, realism, enjoyment, And depth! Besides, there are guys like Michael Dobson or Chris Latta that've embodied that character more wholly and less recognizably than Steve [email protected] Tuxedo But I'd at least think he'd have at least double those votes.
The voice and performance balances the whiny, cowardly side of Starscream that he's known for while also being scary in his own way.