>>91635603>He doesn't produce a sound that's identifiable as Aku's
He does, actually. You're just biased>Because Morgan Freeman used to have a Japanese accent but now has a Russian accent.
Russian and Japanese accents are hardly different; you're just used to american stereotypes. And no, Morgan Freeman didn't change his accent, but he did sound so different that you would not recognize him at all by his voice only, this is not even the case with Aku as his new voice can indeed be linked back to him even though it's not exactly the same, that also doen't deny the fact that some people learning a second or third language will go through several different accents that could be associated to different origins as they learn the language over time, or may even change the accent of a previously dominated language as they change another.> Fuck off.
Mako is dead, he's not coming back, no professional actor is ever going to even want to sound like him when doing a character that can be in any way related to him even if they could for obvious reasons. You only have three options: kys and go suck Mako's dick in the afterlife, accept it and shut up or stop watching the series and move on like most people did 13 years ago.>>91635678>People do voices that sound exactly like other people's voices all the time
PLease provide one example, in professional voice acting, of any single individual who actually imitated to perfection the voice of the person they were replacing.