Crossing Swords Coral Voiced by Tara Strong
As absurd with all the characters in Hulu’s Crossing Swords, the pirate named Coral (voiced by Tara Strong) may be the least absurd of all the characters from Stoopid Buddy Stoodios. Then again, all pirates make an easy comedy with all their absurdities anyways.
Season two of Crossing Swords is already underway as the kingdom is again under threat through the naiveness of King Merriman, Queen Tulip and the rest of the castle. It is up to the squires Patrick and Broth, once again, to push through the insanity without getting themselves killed.
The voice cast also includes Nicholas Hoult, Luke Evans, Adam Pally, Allana Ubach, Seth Green, Tony Hale, Adam Ray, and Strong.
Here is the official synopsis:
Another ten episodes of bingeable mayhem, representing the next chapter in the adventures of Patrick, the long-suffering squire (Nicholas Hoult) as he climbs the ladder of knighthood in the service of the volatile King Merriman (Luke Evans). There are new friends to make, new enemies to vanquish, and new horrors to scar Patrick for life, including bloodthirsty leprechauns, an island of killer monkeys, and a shadowy villain who could destroy everything Patrick has ever known!
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LRM Online’s Gig Patta spoke with voice actress Tara Strong on her character’s path for season two, the eyepatch, and voicing characters as a profession.
Tara Strong has numerous voice acting roles, including many animated series with The New Batman Adventures, Teen Titans, Teen Titans Go!, Rugrats, The Powerpuff Girls, Ben 10, My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, DC Super Hero Girls, Unkitty!, and many more. Also, she had voiced characters in video games, including Mortal Kombat X, Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Jak and Daxter, Final Fantasy X, X-2, and Batman: Arkham.
Crossing Swords season two is now streaming in its entirety on Hulu.
Watch the exclusive interview with Tara Strong below. Let us know what you think of the interview.