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Days: 33.2
Mean Score: 7.11
  • Total Entries56
  • Rewatched14
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Mob Psycho 100
Mob Psycho 100
Oct 1, 2016 10:44 PM
Completed 12/12 · Scored 10
Osomatsu-san
Osomatsu-san
Jun 10, 2016 12:31 PM
Completed 25/25 · Scored 7
Gintama°
Gintama°
Jun 17, 2015 10:49 AM
Watching -/51 · Scored 8
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Days: 15.6
Mean Score: 7.17
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  • Reread41
  • Chapters1,065
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Dungeon Meshi
Dungeon Meshi
Dec 23, 2019 5:47 PM
Reading - · Scored 10
Koi dano Ai dano
Koi dano Ai dano
Jul 11, 2016 5:58 PM
Completed -/46 · Scored 8
Warau Kanoko-sama
Warau Kanoko-sama
Jul 11, 2016 5:46 PM
Reading -/15 · Scored 7

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guregure Aug 11, 2012 10:22 PM
Seiyuu Voice Review: Suzumura Kenichi

Range: 8/10. His range is quite good. He can do cute boys and older cool men.
Variety: 9/10. Has played a variety of characters successfully which include younger hotheaded characters, happy hyperactive boys, and more mature and cool sounding men. His repertoire is pretty extensive.
Consistency in performance: 10/10. Great performances from boke to tsukkomi, cool to cute, his performances are always fun. I prefer his normal voice or his lower range to his higher range which can sometimes be a little grating (to me, at least).
Voice uniqueness: 9/10. Like all great seiyuu, his voice can be easily distinguished with a good ear. However, his range and skill is good enough to make all his characters unique.

Comments: What sets Suzu apart from other seiyuu is the effort and hardwork he puts into his job. He is an extremely fun guy in real life but down to earth as well with a great work ethic. It is no wonder that he scored the girl (his marriage to Sakamoto Maaya). His voice-acting repertoire throughout the years has grown over the years, but these days he spends a lot of his time expanding his singing career with Lantis. I prefer his voice work to his singing work, however. He is also a close friend to Sakurai Takahiro, who he has known ever since the start of their seiyuu career, and also continues to host a radio show with him (Yuugengaisha Cherrybell).

Role Recommendations:
Okita Sougo (Gintama)
Asuka Shinn (Gundam SEED Destiny)
Lavi (D.Gray-man)
Tanaka Yoshitake (Danshi Koukousei no Nichijou)
Ryuutaros (Kamen Rider Den-Ou)
Zack Fair (Final Fantasy VII Crisis Core)
guregure Dec 31, 2011 11:39 PM
Seiyuu Voice Review: Seki Toshihiko

Range: 9/10. Greate range. He is able to manipulate his voice wonderfully, ranging from sexily low to femininely high.
Variety: 10/10. He's been in the industry for so long, and during this time, he has played the hot-headed shujinko to the deep psychotic villain, the friendly guy next door, the intellectual older gentleman, to the flamboyant gay man. This guy has pretty much done it all. Now all he needs in order to complete his huge repertoire is to play an animal creature or an old man.
Consistency in performance: 10/10. Extremely experienced and able to perform consistently with all types of characters.
Voice uniqueness: 10/10. The wonderful thing about Seki Toshihiko is that while he is very adept at manipulating his voice in tone and pitch, you are still able to pinpoint him from other voice actors. There's a special quality in his voice that is separate from many other voice actors.

Comments: An experienced veteran in the industry, Seki Toshihiko is a modest man who has done numerous roles in his career. He was actually the first seiyuu who I first noticed and got me interested in voice actors. Thus, he will always have a special place in my heart. He is a seiyuu that is respected by many other voice actors in the industry. He is also an exceptional singer.

Role Recommendations:
Hidaka Shurato (Tenkuu Senki Shurato)
Legato Bluesummers (Trigun)
Tezuka Shinobu (Koko wa Greenwood)
Luva (Angelique)
Fred Luo (Outlaw Star)
Momotaros (Kamen Rider Den-O)
D (Petshop of Horrors)
Takaya Ougi (Mirage of Blaze)
Duo Maxwell (Gundam Wing)
guregure Dec 31, 2011 11:16 PM
Seiyuu Voice Review: Sugita Tomokazu

Range: 7/10. Voice is fairly monotone most of the time, but he actually has a higher range than one expects. A great example of his voice range can be heard in his role of Gintoki from Gintama.
Variety: 7/10. Very good at playing both the straight man or the boke. The characters he generally plays are usually handsome, cool guys.
Consistency in performance: 9/10. He is very adept at using his voice to express emotions.
Voice uniqueness: 10/10. His voice is very distinguishable and cool, and it is extremely simple to tell him apart from other male seiyuu.

Comments: Sugita Tomokazu is a very talented voice actor who generally voices handsome, cool guys or completely ridiculous characters. What he lacks in voice range or voice variation, he makes up for it by having an extremely distinguishable and cool sounding voice and being able to express complex emotions and feelings with that voice. His voice performance has been consistently good, so I hope he gets the opportunity to play more diverse characters in the future. I would say his most iconic role is probably Gintoki from Gintama.

Sugita is a very interesting character himself. He is usually quite blunt and straightforward, saying what he feels without restriction, earning him the nickname "Freedom Sugita." It's quite funny hearing what comes out of his mouth sometimes. He's also a huge game, anime, and voice buff and will often make random sporadic references that only few would understand. His best friend in the industry is Nakamura Yuuichi who is the same age as he is and debuted around the same time.

Role Recommendations:
Sakata Gintoki (Gintama)
Mayama Takumi (Hachimitsu to Clover)
Kyon (Suzumiya Haruhi no Yuutsu)
guregure Dec 31, 2011 10:40 PM
Seiyuu Voice Review: Sakurai Takahiro

Range: 9/10. From low to high, young innocent boy to old men. Can even do falsetto.
Variety: 9/10. Though some people say that he's been type-casted, I beg to differ. Many of his roles are extremely diverse. See Comments below.
Consistency in performance: 10/10
Voice uniqueness: 10/10. His voice is very distinguishable, which is an awesome trait for seiyuu to have in the industry. Not run-of-the-mill.

Comments: Awesome variety of voices and exceptional range. Able to play young cute boys, handsome men, irredeemable villains, and legendary heroes. His voice can be cool, innocent, friendly, funny, normal or even emotional, This guy can do them all. It's amazing. One of best seiyuu to look for if you're looking for consistently spot-on performances in all his roles.

Role Recommendations:
Kusuriuri (Mononoke)
Takamine Kiyomaru (Konjiki no Gash Bell!)
Shimamura Joe (Cyborg 009)
Yamazaki Susumu (Peacemaker Kurogane)
Shibuya Yuuri (Kyou Kara Maou)
Yukiatsu (AnoHana)