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. Think this is distinct from the more appearance-oriented Clark Kenting
(also thought it would be good to have something to cover the non-evil instances of Evil Sounds Deep
). This is an effective way to maintain a Secret Identity
and it can also suggest a case of Secret Identity
if you consider that the person's two identities have totally different voices and mannerisms.
Anime and Manga
- In DuckTales, Fenton Crackshell is a nebbishy accountant with a voice to match, but when he puts on the Gizmo Duck costume, he becomes The Cape and starts talking in stock hero speak.
- While less drastic than in the Nolan films, in Batman: The Animated Series, Batman has a lower voice than Bruce Wayne.
- In The Spectacular Spiderman, Quentin Beck who is a fairly mild-mannered guy talks in a hammy faux-British accent when being Mysterio.
- The Green Goblin has a personality so different from his civilian identity that it is appropriately represented by giving the two separate voice actors. Interestingly, this version of the Goblin isn't crazy (Well, technically. He's probably a psychopath, but he doesn't have multiple personality disorder).