Mascot fighters live and die by the quality of their rosters. Super Smash Bros. probably would not be half as popular as it is if the game didn't have an all-star cast of actors. While MultiVersus does not play exactly like Super Smash Bros., it still recognizes the importance of a strong roster.
MultiVersus may still be in its early stages, but the game is rapidly expanding its library of playable characters. Currently, the game has 17 playable characters, with two additional confirmed fighters, Rick and Morty, on the way. It is only a matter of time before even more well-known characters make the jump to MultiVersus.
MultiVersus will take a while to trump its massive roster of playable characters from Super Smash Bros. Ultimates, but there are still plenty of familiar faces to keep gamers interested. Some of them are even voiced by some familiar faces.
Wonder Woman Abby Trott
Wonder Woman is the canonically oldest character in MultiVersus at 800 years old. Not only can she turtle behind an impenetrable shield, she can also give her comrades a decent defense boost and help them to safety with her golden lasso.
Abby Trott is a well-known voice actress who has previously played Windblade in numerous Transformers films, Nezuko in Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba.
Tom and Jerry Eric Bauza
Tom and Jerry illustrate that sometimes the worst of enemies make the best of allies. The two characters combine their abilities to create a devastating duo. Tom can hurl Jerry like a baton, and any partner who picks him up receives a speed and strength boost.
Eric Bauza voices Tom and Jerry for the first time, but he has played other roles in Tom and Jerry: Spy Quest. However, Bauza is better known for his roles as Tiger Claw in 2014's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Lord Stingray in Superjail!
Superman George Newbern
Superman lives by this motto, even in MultiVersus. As a Tank character, Superman can withstand most assaults thanks to his super armor, and can also effortlessly toss enemies around and freeze them in their tracks with his breath.
George Newbern has played Superman in the Justice League since 2001. He also played Superman in the Injustice games. Ironically, Newbern has also played the evil Sephiroth in Kingdom Hearts 2 and Dissidia as well as the Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children film.
Steven Universe Daniel DiVenere
The titular character in Steven Universe isnt a fighter. Instead, he serves as a support for much stronger Crystal Gems, and that same principle applies to MultiVersus. While Steven cannot deal much damage, he can shut down enemies with shielding bubbles, heal his allies, and even summon an extra friend in the form of a walking watermelon.
Zach Callison played Steven Universe, but Daniel DiVenere plays the character in MultiVersus. He has experience portraying other animated characters, including The Loud Houses Chandler and Sofia the Firsts Vaughan.
Shaggy Matthew Lillard
Shaggy is the primary face of MultiVersus. Not only is his mug prominent in all of its advertising, but players can control Shaggy whenever they start the tutorial. He is capable of launching adversaries with punches and weaponized sandwiches, and he can also power up like a Saiyan from Dragon Ball Z.
Matthew Lillard has been the go-to actor to portray Shaggy since he played the character in the live-action Scooby-Doo movie Scream. Also, Shaggy's variant skin, Uncle Shagworthy, is voiced by Daniel Ross.
Reindog Andrew Frankel
Reindog, the game's only original fighter, is a strong supporter, and is capable of tying allies and defying opponents, as well.
Reindog does not speak in MultiVersus, but still has a voice actor: Andrew Frankel. This is his most successful role to date, although he worked previously as Fancy Fancy and Jonny Quest in Jellystone and Casper inQubitpunk.
Jake the Dog John DiMaggio
Even in a fighting party game like MultiVersus, Jake the Dog is never without his punches pack aummpunch. Jakes can also stretch his body to mess with opponents.
John DiMaggio, who plays Jake in Adventure Time, played Bender in every Gears of War game, and The Joker in Batman: Under the Red Hood, has a different skin, Cake the Cat.
Harley Quinn Tara Strong
Harley Quinn has always straddled the line between hero and villain in MultiVersus. In the game, she is an Assassin, which in essence means she is a glass cannon. She can also throw explosives at enemies much closer to the blast line.
Tara Strong, who has played Harley Quinn in Batman: Arkham City numerous times, is perhaps most well-known for portraying Bubbles in The Powerpuff Girls, Twilight Sparkle in My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, and Raven in Teen Titans.
Garnet Estelle Fanta Swaray
Garnet is actually a combination of two smaller Crystal Gems, and she combines both of them when fighting in MultiVersus. As a Bruiser, Garnet punches well above her weight class and can even out-punch most other characters. She may be slow, but she can launch her fists at enemies to help cover some extra ground.
Estelle Fanta Swaray, or just Estelle for short, is best known for her music, but has played Garnet since the character was introduced in Steven Universe. In Empire, she played Delphine.
Finn the Human Jeremy Shada
Finn the Human is playing a beatdown game at the same time! Finn is a fairly straightforward swordfighter, but the key to his success lies in his passive ability. Each time he hits enemies, he can collect coins that he can use to purchase temporary buffs or enhance special abilities.
Finn has been voiced by Jeremy Shada since the character first appeared in Adventure Time, but it isnt just Shadas's primary role. He is also the young Charlie in Lost, Robin in Batman: Brave and the Bold, and Lance in Netflix's Voltron: Legendary Defender.
Bugs Bunny Eric Bauza
Bugs Bunny is probably the most well-known character in Looney Tunes since its inception, and he is one of MultiVersus's most powerful (and only) Mage characters. In combat, Bugs mostly relies on Acme-branded traps, including rockets and anvils.
Eric Bauza voices Bugs Bunny in MultiVersus. Unlike Tom and Jerry, Bauza has played Bugs since 2018.
Batman Kevin Conroy
He is the night. HeisBatman! He is often seen next to Shaggy in MultiVersus. He is a Bruiser with a utility belt full of gadgets. Batman can grapple enemies from afar, disappear in a smokescreen, and toss out Batarangs.
Kevin Conroy, who has played Batman in various films since 1992, plays Batman in MultiVersus; however, he has played other characters in unrelated films, such as Captain Sunshine in The Venture Bros. and Steve Gilman in The Office.
Arya Stark Maisie Williams
Given the dark and gritty nature of Westeros, Arya Stark might scupper her place in the wacky world of MultiVersus, but she is no fish out of water. Arya is a superb swordfighter who can steal enemy faces and deal additional damage when attacking from behind.
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Maisie Williams, who played Arya Stark in MultiVersus in the original Game of Thrones actress, has since voiced various live characters, including Cameron Cammie MacCloud in Gen: Lock.
Velma Kate Micucci
Shaggy isnt the only member of Mystery Inc. to join the fight just yet. Velma is arguably one of the strangest characters in the game since she relies on discovering clues and then calling the cops to chase away opponents (no, seriously). But, she can also freeze opponents, deal more damage than other Support fighters.
Kate Micucci, a Velmas MultiVersus voice actress, has played the role since Lego Scooby-Doo in 2015. Others may recognize Micucci as Lucy from The Big Bang Theory, Irma from 2014's Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Webby Vanderquack from the 2017 DuckTales reboot.
Taz Jim Cummings
Taz the Tazmanian Devil is as wild as he is odd in MultiVersus. He is a quick-moving little dervish who is bound to give Super Smash Bros. Brawl veterans flashbacks. Crucially, Taz can also reliably heal himself and his companions by turning his enemies into roast chickens.
Jim Cummings, the Tazs MultiVersus voice actor with an incredible range of voices, has been a household name since 1988 with his portrayal of the title character in the Sonic the Hedgehog cartoon.
The Iron Giant Jonathan Lipow
The person who said Ridley is too big for Smash has obviously never told the developers of MultiVersus since the Iron Giant is the game's most powerful player (for now). The Iron Giant has a special meter that changes his attacks and makes him stronger than he is already.
Vin Diesel was originally hired as the Iron Giant's voice, but Jonathan Lipow has been replaced as the artist in MultiVersus. Besides, Lipows had experience portraying robots in other films, including Mack in ReCore, Glitch in Star Wars Resistance, and Unicron in the Transformers: War for Cybertron Trilogy.
LeBron James John Eric Bentley
LeBron James is the exception since he iswell, he is the only real person in the game. Sure, LeBron was in Space Jam: A New Legacy, but he's still the only real person in the game. His skills revolve around his basketball, which can be used as a deadly weapon and an attacker weapon. His moves also vary dramatically when he's without his ball.
LeBron isnt represented by Arya Stark, the other live character-turned-fighter in MultiVersus Lebron. Instead of being played by the real LeBron, gamers will most likely recognize Bentley as Neil from Fallout: New Vegas, Dale Gadberry from L.A. Noire, Yosuke Tendo from Yakuza: Like a Dragon, and Barret Wallace from the Final Fantasy VII remake.