and who is jason marsden voicing

Can We Just Appreciate Max Goof For a Second?

Yes. Max Goof, Goofy’s son, by Disney is one of the greatest characters that I know of because he’s one of the few to AGE as the years go by and we can watch his whole life story in order if we choose to. 

In Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas he’s estimated to be 8 years old (As told by via Flashback Story) 

In Goof Troop he was 11 1/2 

In a Goofy Movie he was 14 

In an Extremely Goofy Movie he was 18 

In Mickey’s House of Mouse (That takes place after the events of An Extremely Goofy Movie) He’s estimated to be either still 18 or possibly 19. 

In Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas he’s estimated to be 23 Years old. 

So he’s one of the ONLY Disney characters that we see grow from childhood to adulthood. We’ve seen his WHOLE story and you know what? He has to be one of my favorite characters ever that Disney has made. Because he’s one of the most normal characters that I’ve seen that actually AGE on screen. 

We can watch his entire life progress from the beginning to end and you know what? THAT is what makes a great character. We start from when he was young and we watch him grow into adulthood like any other Teenager. And in a way that makes him one of the most relatable Disney character EVER

Because we can get where he’s coming from and also his relationship with his Dad is one of the most touching relationships that I’ve ever seen. Give Goofy the Best Dad award because he DESERVES it. Since his Wife died, he’s been able to raise Max as a single Dad. Meaning he was both Max’s Mother & Father while he was growing up. I give single parents SO MUCH CREDIT because it isn’t easy raising a family by yourself. 

Max gets that his Dad is weird and quirky but even though he finds him strange, he still loves him. Sure he’ll argue with him, but most families DO argue with each other from time-to-time. His Dad has always been there for him and he appreciates him so much. 

So besides being the only character to age on screen, have a healthy family relationship with his Dad, and have a normal love life. He’s gotta be my favorite character because he’s also voiced by Jason Marsden. 

(Who has voiced: Haku in Spirited Away, Kovu in The Lion King 2, and also Chase from Xiaolin Showdown) 

So I think Max Goof deserves WAY more love and attention in Disney because he’s one of the normalist characters that they’ve ever created that we can relate with. We can watch his whole life story practically in order and we can see ourselves in his shoes. 

For those of you who love Kovu

the voice actor also played Chester

A spirit named Aye Aye on The Legend of Korra

Noel Kreiss, from Final Fantasy XIII

Felix Renton from Kim Possible

Max

And last but not least drumroll

Thackery fucking Binx. 

Jason Marsden, the voice of your childhood. 

here’s more to look at

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0005189/ 

I couldn’t get all of them

I’M FUCKING SCREAMING

I decideced to watch The Weekenders because why the fuck not right? It’s been years since I’ve seen the show.

So I play the fist episode and IT TOOK EVERYTHING IN ME TO NOT FUCKING SCREAM.

TINO MOTHERFUCKING TONITINI IS VOICED BY JASON MARSDEN WHO ALSO VOICES RICHIE FROM STATIC SHOCK.

OH OH OH OH LET’S NOT FUCKING FORGET THAT CARVER DESCARTES IS VOICED BY PHIL LAMARR WHO FUCKING VOICES VIRGIL FROM FUCKING STATIC SHOCK.

WHY DID I NOT KNOW THIS?????? 

Bros for life.

MFW Voice Actors

OK, so this had been bothering me for a while and I decided to finally sit down and think it out. In my opinion, if the My Forged Wedding men were real or at least had voices this is what I think they would sound like (links provided for you to hear the voices {best if this post is viewed from a computer device}):

Yuta Kajima-I feel that Yuta is best portrayed with the voice of Jason Marsden(especially when he’s acting out the voice of Max Goof). He comes off as a guy who when he FINALLY went through puberty his voice changed a couple of octives and the guys at Long Island are always saying how young he is so I figured he sounds like a college freshman (weeellll somewhat, XD).

Takamasa Saeki- He is soooo flirtatious and comical at times. It got me thinking that maybe his voice sounded something like John Burgmeier (Shigure Sohma). He can be serious when necessary but his free spirited personality lead me to think much of the silly novelist.

Kunihiko Aikawa- I figured he has a deep voice since he is much older than the other boys. The voice that comes to mind is Kevin Kline the voice actor of Tulio(Road to El Dorado). It’s a well aged sounding tone of voice and that’s what Kuni is: professionaly aged.

Ren Shibasaki- For starters, he doesn’t talk much, but that doesn’t mean he can’t have a nice voice. When I thought of Ren I thought of his and Saeki’s bantering and nonsense. It was funny because once I thought of that I thought of Yuki Sohma (Eric Vale). His voice is gentle and quiet so even when he is talking it still gives off that Shibasaki vibe.

Yamato Kougami- When you think Yamato you think stubborn and alpha male, well i think Sinbad (Brad Pitt). sinbad’s character and voice actor were the perfect combination to me when I look at Yamato.

Takao Maruyama- He was difficult to figure out. I knew what voice I wanted for him, but I didn’t know what actor best suited the essence that is Takao. In the end I found myself saying Dane Cook (he’s a comedian and has only been in one animated movie “Planes”). even though Dane is pretty foul mouthed his voice just sounded like one that would fit Takao.

This is all completely my opinion of the guys voices. You all may think otherwise so reblog, ask, and comment if you think of a better voice for these sexy men. I would love to know your thoughts on this.

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“I love that show. I think Carver was the very first lead character I voiced in an ongoing animated series. It was also just a great group of people: Doug Langdale - the guy who wrote it - he… he had a concept. He had an idea to sell to the network, but he also had his own concept. All the characters had types that you could put on paper, but that’s not the story he was telling. It was a reflection of his childhood, so he was writing people, not types. And it was a fantastic cast: Kath Soucie, Grey DeLisle and Jason Marsden…they are all not only incredibly talented, but so nice, it was just always such a joy. That was a fantastic show. Weekenders was so much fun.

- Phil LaMarr

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Yesterday we paid homage to Jason Marsden. Today, we celebrate another amazing actor in The Weekenders cast: Phil LaMarr (voice of Carver), who played a multitude of characters in the show, from Coach Ned Colson to the Alien Slug Beast. Check out the clip to be amazed by Phil’s incredible vocal range!