Justice League: Heroes

June 2, 2006: Exclusive Interview with Crispin Freeman

By Barry Freiman

Meet New Superman Crispin Freeman: An Interview with the Actor Voicing the Man of Steel in "Justice League: Heroes".

Superman returns to the video game world later this year in two highly anticipated new games. While "Superman Returns" lead Brandon Routh is lending his voice to the Man of Steel in EA's "Superman Returns", Snowblind Studios' "Justice League: Heroes" brings us another new Man of Tomorrow.

The Man of Steel featured in "Heroes" is brought to life by 34-year old voice actor Crispin Freeman. The Superman Homepage recently spoke with Freeman about the game which is due to be released this Fall by Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and Eidos for the Playstation 2, Xbox 360, and PSP.

    Q: What can you tell us about the look and feel of the game?

    A: Actually, not much. I only saw one character design when I auditioned. I actually saw more of the game once I finally watched the trailer that's now online than I ever saw at the studio.

    As far as the voicing goes, what I thought was nice was that each scene with the different characters was really well written and you got to see each of the characters interact with each other in a very personal way. You could really feel the characters' idiosyncrasies bounce off of each other. I especially liked my scenes with Batman and Wonder Woman.

Read the complete interview right here at the Superman Homepage.



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