Actor Josh Keaton is no stranger to voice acting, having worked on a number of animated projects and video games. His most recent project, the Spiderman: Edge of Time video game, will be on store shelves starting on October 4th and next month he will be found being the voice behind Hal Jordan when Cartoon Network kicks off the Bruce Timm produced Green Lantern animated series with a one hour special. The World’s Finest Online recently interviewed Keaton about the video game and a part of the interview went on to discuss the new CGI show. Here’s an excerpt from the interview which can be found on their site in its entirety.
WF: Comparing Green Lantern to Spider-Man is like apples to oranges. Do you find them to be possibly two sides of the same coins, or on completely different ends of the spectrum. Do you find that you have to stretch a little when playing Hal as opposed to a character like Spider-Man (or even Flash in Justice League: Crisis on Two Earths)?
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