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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 11:25:23 am 
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kind of a weird question here:
When y'all read the books, do you try to read in the particular character's voice.
For example, when Ninjak speaks, do you read it with an english accent in your head?

That's what I try to do, but I find it's not that easy for me to find voices for each character. Sometimes I will think of an actor and try to transfer that voice to the character. I was just curious if you guys do this as well.

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 11:47:47 am 
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Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill (Bats and Joker).
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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 11:53:52 am 
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It's funny. I have never done that with novels, but maybe I should start.
For whatever reason, seems like comics lend themselves well to that kind of reading. It's cool. Good to exercise the 'ol imagination from time to time.
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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 12:15:30 pm 
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It's funny. I have never done that with novels, but maybe I should start.
For whatever reason, seems like comics lend themselves well to that kind of reading. It's cool. Good to exercise the 'ol imagination from time to time.
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That's one reason I like watching a movie version first, then reading the book version (like Lord of the Rings for example). There will still be plenty for my imagination to work up from the story, but already knowing how the characters look and sound is a nice bonus.

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 2:03:55 pm 
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Gafti wrote:
kind of a weird question here:
When y'all read the books, do you try to read in the particular character's voice.
For example, when Ninjak speaks, do you read it with an english accent in your head?

That's what I try to do, but I find it's not that easy for me to find voices for each character. Sometimes I will think of an actor and try to transfer that voice to the character. I was just curious if you guys do this as well.

When I read your posts I do it in an accent that you could find in 'Dukes of Hazzard' :P :wink: :lol: I think it's because you type the word 'y'all'!

Ps this is definitely not a criticism, I think the board would be a more colourful place if everyone typed how they spoke! :thumb:


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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 2:34:58 pm 
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Gafti wrote:
kind of a weird question here:
When y'all read the books, do you try to read in the particular character's voice.
For example, when Ninjak speaks, do you read it with an english accent in your head?

That's what I try to do, but I find it's not that easy for me to find voices for each character. Sometimes I will think of an actor and try to transfer that voice to the character. I was just curious if you guys do this as well.

When I read your posts I do it in an accent that you could find in 'Dukes of Hazzard' :P :wink: :lol: I think it's because you type the word 'y'all'!

Ps this is definitely not a criticism, I think the board would be a more colourful place if everyone typed how they spoke! :thumb:


I do type like I spoke! Lol a T total bumbling idiot! :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 3:00:04 pm 
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Dallow Spicer1 wrote:
That's what I try to do, but I find it's not that easy for me to find voices for each character. Sometimes I will think of an actor and try to transfer that voice to the character. I was just curious if you guys do this as well.
When I read your posts I do it in an accent that you could find in 'Dukes of Hazzard' :P :wink: :lol: I think it's because you type the word 'y'all'!

Ps this is definitely not a criticism, I think the board would be a more colourful place if everyone typed how they spoke! :thumb:

All good. No offense taken.
Coincidentally, I read yours with the voice of Elmer Fudd. :D

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 Post subject: Re: Reading comics
PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 4:28:25 pm 
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Dallow Spicer1 wrote:
That's what I try to do, but I find it's not that easy for me to find voices for each character. Sometimes I will think of an actor and try to transfer that voice to the character. I was just curious if you guys do this as well.
When I read your posts I do it in an accent that you could find in 'Dukes of Hazzard' :P :wink: :lol: I think it's because you type the word 'y'all'!

Ps this is definitely not a criticism, I think the board would be a more colourful place if everyone typed how they spoke! :thumb:

All good. No offense taken.
Coincidentally, I read yours with the voice of Elmer Fudd. :D

:high-five: except I'm English! Think of the Beatles and you're probably no too far off! :hm: Elmer Fudd is a great choice though!


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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 4:40:34 pm 
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:high-five: except I'm English! Think of the Beatles and you're probably no too far off!

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 4:59:31 pm 
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:high-five: except I'm English! Think of the Beatles and you're probably no too far off!

Think of Elvis and you've got me. :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 5:08:59 pm 
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I imagine different vocal tones for comic characters, other than my own. They sometimes change too, I'm not super-strict with it. Mostly probably because I couldn't remember how I read them a month ago. And often it slips and I end up reading in my own 'voice' again after a time. I'd be surprised if a lot of people *don't* do this when they read comics/novels.

People just meeting me often have a difficult time pinning my accent down to any particular English-speaking country so it's hard to describe my accent. Sounds outright English to me, but obviously it's not that clear-cut :|

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 6:04:26 pm 
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The voice I have the most trouble with is Aric. I always go with this Old English, Shakespeare tone, but that wouldn't be it all. He's always written so stuffy, except for the early VH1 with all the "good skin" talk.


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Nope, all characters sound the same.. Like me... :lol:

Idk, when I'm reading Bane, I'm not muffling my voice... :lol:

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If I typed like I spoke there would be alot of combining words and leaving out sounds like
Tire and tower would be pronounced tire. One syllable
Go over there would be pronounced go-ovur-er.

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PostPosted: Fri May 19, 2017 9:12:41 pm 
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I have to admit that I don't really add different voices for each character's dialogue.

Once upon a time I was into playing a submarine simulator and was hanging out in the game's forum, where guys were talking about things they do to immerse themselves into the game. One guy said he would splash water on his face when he was on the conning tower.

I chimed in that I set up a lawn sprinkler in my basement and that when my sub was under attack, I'd turn it on to simulate pipes bursting and water spraying everywhere. Not sure if they believed me. :P

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The voice I have the most trouble with is Aric. I always go with this Old English, Shakespeare tone, but that wouldn't be it all. He's always written so stuffy, except for the early VH1 with all the "good skin" talk.

I guess we could all benefit from finding out what ancient Romanian would've sounded like in terms of placing Aric's accent :?

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The voice I have the most trouble with is Aric. I always go with this Old English, Shakespeare tone, but that wouldn't be it all. He's always written so stuffy, except for the early VH1 with all the "good skin" talk.

I guess we could all benefit from finding out what ancient Romanian would've sounded like in terms of placing Aric's accent :?
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Shadowman99 wrote:
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The voice I have the most trouble with is Aric. I always go with this Old English, Shakespeare tone, but that wouldn't be it all. He's always written so stuffy, except for the early VH1 with all the "good skin" talk.

I guess we could all benefit from finding out what ancient Romanian would've sounded like in terms of placing Aric's accent :?


Ancient Romanian in the early 5th Century was just a dialect of Latin and probably not even Vulgar Latin.

Aric and his visigothic breteren spoke Gothic, an extinct language from the extinct East Germanic branch of the Germanic languages. It is the oldest attested Germanic language and has a modest sized corpus of extant texts. We have an idea as to the vocabulary and words but the sound of the language as it was spoken is lost to history.

Best guess - probably sounds vaguely somewhere between a Dutch and a Danish accent. Maybe could pass for an Afrikaaner?


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Shadowman99 wrote:
possumgrease wrote:
The voice I have the most trouble with is Aric. I always go with this Old English, Shakespeare tone, but that wouldn't be it all. He's always written so stuffy, except for the early VH1 with all the "good skin" talk.

I guess we could all benefit from finding out what ancient Romanian would've sounded like in terms of placing Aric's accent :?


Ancient Romanian in the early 5th Century was just a dialect of Latin and probably not even Vulgar Latin.

Aric and his visigothic breteren spoke Gothic, an extinct language from the extinct East Germanic branch of the Germanic languages. It is the oldest attested Germanic language and has a modest sized corpus of extant texts. We have an idea as to the vocabulary and words but the sound of the language as it was spoken is lost to history.

Best guess - probably sounds vaguely somewhere between a Dutch and a Danish accent. Maybe could pass for an Afrikaaner?

I'm not sure about that. Dacia as far as I understand it was a region within Thrace, where 'Thracian' was spoken, but apparently 'Dacian' was a dialect of Thracian. What constituted the language itself is a bit of a shot in the dark as far as I can tell as it looks as though very little of either language has ever been recovered, but I don't think it was Latin at all.

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]i use the Monty python cast for all the actual Romans.


Palin is definitely Nero, ala Life of Brian.

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Re: the OP question. I do. I Don't read fiction aside from comics but it's definitely due to the graphic representation of the characters for me. I would have a hard time doing that with text alone, to a degree. I've been trying to stick to the same voices but it's hard lol I think I've got Divinity, Pete, Harada, Immortal Enemy and Faith down. Everyone else is a work in progress. The funny thing is old Pete and new Pete are very different while Faith is the same 8-)


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Gafti wrote:
kind of a weird question here:
When y'all read the books, do you try to read in the particular character's voice.
For example, when Ninjak speaks, do you read it with an english accent in your head?

That's what I try to do, but I find it's not that easy for me to find voices for each character. Sometimes I will think of an actor and try to transfer that voice to the character. I was just curious if you guys do this as well.

I try to give everyone a distinct voice, but more often than not, it's just my voice in my head.

With that being said, I think that hearing distinct and separate voices in your head means the comic is doing a really good job at giving all of their characters a lot of 'character.' For example, I can hear distinct voices for almost all of Valiant's characters, but I've never been able to piece together a coherent accent for Shadowman. He always just sounds like a guy to me.


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PostPosted: Sun May 21, 2017 6:21:28 am 
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Shadowman99 wrote:
Chiclo wrote:
Shadowman99 wrote:
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The voice I have the most trouble with is Aric. I always go with this Old English, Shakespeare tone, but that wouldn't be it all. He's always written so stuffy, except for the early VH1 with all the "good skin" talk.

I guess we could all benefit from finding out what ancient Romanian would've sounded like in terms of placing Aric's accent :?


Ancient Romanian in the early 5th Century was just a dialect of Latin and probably not even Vulgar Latin.

Aric and his visigothic breteren spoke Gothic, an extinct language from the extinct East Germanic branch of the Germanic languages. It is the oldest attested Germanic language and has a modest sized corpus of extant texts. We have an idea as to the vocabulary and words but the sound of the language as it was spoken is lost to history.

Best guess - probably sounds vaguely somewhere between a Dutch and a Danish accent. Maybe could pass for an Afrikaaner?

I'm not sure about that. Dacia as far as I understand it was a region within Thrace, where 'Thracian' was spoken, but apparently 'Dacian' was a dialect of Thracian. What constituted the language itself is a bit of a shot in the dark as far as I can tell as it looks as though very little of either language has ever been recovered, but I don't think it was Latin at all.


You are correct in that there were Dacian and Thracian languages and that it is thought they were closely related and that Dacian may have been a dialect of Thracian. They were Indo-European languages of unknown provenance and definitely not Latin or an Italic language.

The Visigoths were a people that had migrated to Dacia from somewhere in northern Germany or Scandinavia through the northeast Balkans. The fourth and fifth centuries (around which time Aric was captured by the Vine) was called the Migration Era and is so-called because many Germanic tribes migrated within the Roman Empire, especially from the northeast, where they were being attacked by and fleeing from the Huns. The Visigoths migrated from Dacia through the Italian peninsula and into France, eventually conquering a kingdom in Spain and Southern France which they ruled for 300 years until being displaced by the invading Umayyad Caliphate in the 700s.

Aric is very specifically a Visigoth. His uncle is Alaric I, one of the better-known Visigothic kings. Alaric was the leader of his people during the sack of Rome in 410, a few years after Aric is said to have been abducted. A battle with Stilicho, a Roman general who fought the Visigoths, is depicted in X-O Manowar (2012) #1.

So I feel very confident in saying that no, Aric did not speak Dacian or Thracian. He spoke Gothic.

edit - When I said that Ancient Romanian in the 5th Century was a dialect of Latin, I meant the forerunner to the modern language of Romanian (which I am currently studying) was still a dialect of Latin and had probably not become its own language, separate from Italian, Portuguese or Spanish. I did not mean to imply that the native Dacian or Thracian languages spoken in the region around the time of Roman conquest were Latin-related languages.

Claiming that the Visigoths spoke Dacian would be like claiming the Anglo-Saxons that settled in England at about the same time spoke the Welsh-like Britonic language that the native Britons spoke prior to the Roman conquest of Brittania.


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