Steve Blum

Steve Blum was a guest at our 2018 Nickel City Con event. To see this year’s lineup, click here.


With literally hundreds of voice-over credits to his name, veteran voice monkey Steve Blum, is best known as the voice of ‘Spike Spiegel’ from Cowboy Bebop, ‘Zeb Orrelios’ in Star Wars Rebels, ‘Wolverine’ from several incarnations of X-Men (animated movies, games, the Wolverine and the X- Men TV Series, The Super Hero Squad Show, X-Men Anime and more), ‘Orochimaru’, ‘Zabuza’, and others from Naruto, ‘Green Goblin’ from the Spectacular Spider-Man series, ‘Heatblast’, ‘Vilgax’ and ‘Ghostfreak’ from Ben 10, ‘Grayson Hunt’ from Bulletstorm, ‘Grunt’ from Mass Effect 2 and 3, ‘Zoltan Kulle’ from Diablo 3, Abathur from Starcraft 2: Heart of the Swarm, ‘Tank Dempsey’ from the Call of Duty video game series, ‘Killer Croc’ from the Batman: Arkham Asylum video game series, ‘Oghren’ from DragonAge, ‘Vincent Valentine’ from Final Fantasy VII, ‘Leeron’ from Guren Lagann, ‘Jamie’ from Megas XLR, ‘Stormtroopers’ and many others in most of the Star Wars games, the voice of 7-11, dozens of Digimon and a gigantic list of other characters from Anime, Video Games, TV and Film. In 2012, Steve was inducted into the Guinness Book of World records as Most Prolific Voice Actor in Video Games – appearing in almost 300 games (now approaching 400!)

Recently, you can find him on the Emmy award-winning Transformers: Prime, playing the sometimes delusional but always deadly Decepticon ‘Starscream’ and as ‘Heatwave’ on the action-packed, kid-friendly, Transformers: Rescue Bots! Also as ‘Devil Dinosaur’ on HULK: Agents of SMASH, several characters on Ultimate Spider-Man, Ben 10: Omniverse, Regular Show, Doc McStuffins, Uncle Grandpa, Wander over Yonder, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Tenkai Knights, and as the terrifying anti-bender ‘Amon’ on the hit series Avatar: The Legend of Korra!

And after four years off the air, thanks to tremendous fan support, every Saturday night, Steve once again takes the helm of the great star cruiser Absolution, reprising his role as TOM – the robotic host of Cartoon Network’s Toonami on Adult Swim.