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SDCC: Neil Patrick Harris is Activision's 'Amazing' Spider-Man


10:40 AM on 07.23.2010
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Activision has finally unveiled the voice actor behind the 'Amazing' Spider-Man in the upcoming Spider-Man: Shattered Dimensions, and it's none other than Neil Patrick Harris.

The actor had previously voiced Spider-Man in 2003's Spider-Man: The New Animated Series, and is currently a nerd icon superstar for his role in Joss Whedon's Dr. Horrible, and just basically being awesome. Other voice acting for the title's various dimensions: "Ultimate" Spider-Man will be voiced by Josh Keaton; "Noir" will be voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes; and "2099" will be voiced by Dan Gilvezan.

Additionally, it's been revealed that Marvel's own Stan Lee will provide narration throughout the title, with music by Emmy winner Jim Dooley.

Not only is Shattered Dimensions looking to be a decent game, but Activision isn't pulling any punches when it comes fan service, either.






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