I have to admit it.
I read the caption boxes in Stan Lee’s voice.
I TOTALLY DID TOO!
I dodn’t- I’ve got Freemanic Paracusia.
Morgan Freeman for me.
Gordon Freeman for me.
for me, writing is meaning, without an attached sound.
So yeah, another vote for Gordon Freeman.
Woo! I’m not the only one who heard Stan Lee narrating.
Godzilla for me.
Martin Freeman for me.
This is full of pure win. Hurry we must harvest it while it remains raw. Even your avatar.
i read them in 50 cents voice. Don’t ask why, i don’t even know
when readin it i actually heard stan lees voice in my head saying that.
When I read it Stan Lee actually appeared behind me, read it out loud, and then vanished back into the mists from whence he came.
It was weird.
I actually have no idea what Stan Lee sounds like!
He sounds exactly like the voice you heard in your head when you read those captions.
Doesn’t matter if you’ve never heard him before. Stan Lee is a part of us all.
I read these comments in Stan Lee’s voice.
I read them in William Dozier’s voice. Same Shortpacked! time, same Shortpacked! channel.
I read it in Captain Sulu’s voice…the wierd thing is I don’t watch Star Trek…
I read each of your comments in your own voice.
So do I!
Wait! How do you know my voice?
HOW DO I KNOW YOURS!?!
I read these comments in your moms voice.
I’ve got to stop drinking with you people.
Good news, everyone!
You’re now re-reading this comic with the narration done in Professor Farnsworth’s voice!
I think the voice I hear is Stan Lee… but i’m not sure.
It’s weird… I don’t hear any voices in my head when I read the captions. Does that mean I’m insane?
no actually it means your the only sane one here,including me.
George Takei. Text boxes.
I read it in Leonard Nimoy’s voice. I watched a video of Seaman (it’s a game where he does some narration) and now he narrates caption box I see.
That looks more like San Fran than New York.
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