A few things of interest here, first and foremost being: how does Mark Hamill do that to his voice and still manage to talk like a normal person afterward? It’s like he’s scratching his fingernails down his vocal cords every time he talks as Skeletor, and Skeletor talks a lot in Revelation—and that’s before you figure in all the multiple takes he has to do for every line. Second, this is the first time post-pandemic that I’ve seen two voice actors recording in the same room at the same time, which is cool because I’ve talked to enough voice actors to know they prefer to record with others simultaneously as it gives them performances to play off of. Finally, it is weird how effortlessly evil Hamill and Headey can sound? It shouldn’t really be a surprise since Hamill voiced Batman: The Animated Series’ Joker so perfectly, and Headey was the ruthless and vindictive Cersei Lannister on Game of Thrones, but still… a little weird.
The second half of Masters of the Universe: Revelation is currently streaming on Netflix, and our review will be coming soon.
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I have a real love-hate relationship with this show. They did so much work trying to ground the series in the first part of the season but this second part feels… cheap?
Like the new character designs for Skele-God and Evil-Lyn look too cartoony when paired with Teela’s updated look and all the work that went into part 1. Not a big MOTU fan, but anyone else feeling similarly?
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