“ Kinnikuman. You might be thinking "Why Dimaggio? Isn't he just western animation?" Not true. John's done anime before such as the title character of Golgo 13 and Antipater in Reign: The Conqueror. John has that kind of vocal range that can go from an oaf to a brave hero who's not afraid to risk himself. And that's what makes Dimaggio perfect for this part. Also, Tom Kenny mostly does Western Animation, but did that stop him from being part of Rave Master? Nope! ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Terryman. When I heard this guy as Shanks in One Piece, I just knew he'd be a perfect Terryman. He already has that charm that Terryman has as demonstrated by his portrayl of Shanks and he can also give him the same kind of passion that Terryman has. ” - Eddie Shalayda
Jerry Jewell was born July 30, 1976 in McAlester, Oklahoma. He is an American actor, Singer, and voice actor working for Funimation Entertainment and OkraTron 5000. He has helped provided voices for a number of English versions of Japanese anime series. If you've every watched an anime, it's very likely you've heard his voice.
“ Ramenman. As Jerry demonstrated in Casshern Sins where he voiced Dio, one of the most honorable villains I've ever come across. How honorable, you say? Dio was so bound by honor that he refused to let Casshern die of the Ruin because Dio wanted to be the one to kill Casshern. And that's where Jerry comes in. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Buffaloman. Do I really need to expplain this? IT'S SCOTT MC *beeping* NEIL! HE'S PICCOLO! GUTS MAN! RAM MAN! WOLVERINE!Someone like Buffaloman would be a walk in the park for him. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Robin Mask. Given the fact that he's played characters with royal personalities who aren't afraid to get their hands dirty (for example, Prince Adam and He-Man) and has great comedic timing when it calls for it as well as dramatic, Cam would make a perfect Robin Mask. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Robin Mask. If you want a good reason for this, I suggest you hear him as Major Alex Louise Armstrong in Full Metal Alchemist. ” - Eddie Shalayda
Crispin is the oldest of three. He has a younger brother, Clark, and youngest sister, Cassidy. All three attended the Latin School of Chicago, where Crispin graduated in a class of 60 in 1990. Crispin had a Mac in 1985. To this day he is still an avid computer geek. He played no official team sports in school...
“ Warsman. As Itachi, he's shown that he can voice a sadist with nightmarish power and that's what makes him a great Warsman. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Warsman. The guy was Lord Zedd. Need I say more? ” - Eddie Shalayda
Kyle was one of the few people who knew what he wanted to be as a youth and actually achieved it. In high school and at the University of North Texas, he was a DJ for the school radio stations. Not long after graduation, he worked his way thru many radio formats and eventually found a home on Disney Radio...
“ Wolfman/Rikkishiman. As much as it hurts me to give such an amazing voice actor a small part, he does have that voice that fits him. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Brocken Jr. I think Brian can pull off a character like Brocken Jr. He's voiced characters that have been through hell. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Benkiman. For some reason, I picture him voicing a walking urinal. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Mari. There's something about her voice that makes her work as Mari. I think she might be great as the kind teacher type. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Natsuko. From what I've seen in Panty and Stocking, she has what it takes to play Natsuko. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Kinkotsuman. Believe it or not, Steve can play a comedic part (Look at Guilmon). And I think he's perfect as Kinkotsuman. ” - Eddie Shalayda
David Lodge's extensive credits and sound files speak for themselves. David in this 2017 season, continues to be honored working on Season Two of Disney' Jr.'s hit animated show Goldie and Bear
. Surrounded by a fantastic production team and an excellent cast, David voices five distinctly different and funny regularly occurring characters...
“ Iwao. Seeing how he pulls of Jiraiya, Iwao would be perfect for him. Plus, I enjoy the irony of having Orochimaru be Jiraiya's master although the legend where Jiraiya, Orochimaru and Tsunade's names' originate from, Jiraiya was Orochimaru's master. ” - Eddie Shalayda
Alvin Sanders was born March 16, 1952, in Oakland, California. He was a performer from an early age - church choirs, talent shows, school plays - and in 1968 became a devotee of The Seattle Repertory Theater. "Devotee" was a fancy name the Seattle Rep (and the Actor's Equity Association) created for unpaid actors...
“ Ashuraman. This is pretty much based on the fact that he sounds like the original Japanese voice actor. He's played a part like Ashuraman in Skysurfer Strike Force. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Sunshine. Newman's done Megatron, Pyron and High Evolutionary. That alone sounds perfect. ” - Eddie Shalayda
Brina Palencia was born as Brina Michelle Palencia. She is an Honduran-American actress and director, known for One Piece (1999), Dragon Ball Z Kai (2009), The Walking Dead (2010), and Star-Crossed (2014). Growing up, she split her time between Honduras and the United States. She is fluent in both English and Spanish.
“ Alexandria Meat. As demonstrated in DBZ, One Piece, and Shin Chan, she's great at voicing little boys. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Bibimba. When it comes to playing tough girls, nobody's better than Glass and exactly why she should be Bibimba. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Kinniku Ataru. His work as Tien is a major part of this choice. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Neptuneman. You can just hear the over the top performance. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Big the Budo. Characters like Roshi and Jaken aside, Don can proove to be pretty intimidating. Bishamon, anyone? ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Prince Kamehame. To every Luke Skywalker, there is a Ben Kenobi and Prince Kamehame is that to Sugaru. And Mark has played the wise man before. If you listen to his performance as Dr Hiriluk, you will be amazed as well as crying. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Akuma Shogun. Listen to this guy as Naraku. I guarantee you, he has the ominous tone that would fit Akuma Shogun. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Kinnikuman Super Phoenix. The smarts of Senji, the brutality of Kenpachi, and the strength of Sloth. Need I go on as to why Seitz is a great choice? ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Kinnikuman Big Body. Another great talent wasted on a character who's introduced just to make the big villain look good. Anyway, as shown in Mucha Lucha as El Rey and in the Hulk cartoon as Grey Hulk, he knows how to make himself sound cool. And that's pretty much what's needed for Big Body. ” - Eddie Shalayda
David Kaye's vocal career began with 'The Great American Hero', General Hawk in the D.I.C. animation series, G.I. Joe in 1989. Working as an on-air talent for radio station C.K.L.G. (L.G.73) quickly became less interesting as both on-camera and behind-the-microphone roles started taking up more time...
“ Pentagon. I personally think he can be a great Pentagon. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Geronimo. He's got that young sounding voice which works for Geronimo's rookie status. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ The Ninja (NOT NINJA NED). Eric had this kind of tone as Casshern that reminded me of the Ninja. He's played a trickster before in the form of Tamaki Tsunenaga (Or as I call him, "The Walking Moral Event Horizon") in Deadman Wonderland. ” - Eddie Shalayda
“ Blackhole. I can picture him as Blackhole so well. He has that kind of deep voice I'd expect from him. ” - Eddie Shalayda