Alésia Glidewell Video Interview Posted
Sorry for the delay, but DarkFantasyTV has posted his interview with Alésia Glidewell, the voice of Krystal in Star Fox Assault and Super Smash Bros. Brawl, among other characters. There is also some extra, behind the scenes video (language warning) and some additional blog posts about Alésia's more recent work.
This is awesome, we’ve waited for quite some time for this interview. I’m glad DarkFantasyTV posted this. Bravo!
Thanks, VranceMovado. Its my hobby to do stuff like this. I go around interviewing Voice Actors/Actresses. Look around my channel for awesome, cool interviews.
It’s been a long time since I’ve said anything, but can I be brutally honest here? There is something kind of creepy about that DarkFantasy guy. I’m sorry, but there’s just something that’s kind of off putting.
There’s a part of me that feels sorry for Glidewell too, because, although this is a Krystal site and all, it seems that’s all people ask her about. There was one awhile back that was more comprehensive, but even still, in reality, Krystal is a character who even though she has a fan base, it’s still relatively small. I went to a high school of about 1200 students, and out of those kids, maybe only two other people had a vague idea of who Krystal was.
I don’t know, I guess I’m not a “fanboy” in the traditional sense of the term. Or maybe I’m just getting old… old and cynical.
That’s not very nice. And Alésia is a grown woman. If she doesn’t want to do an interview, she doesn’t have to.
Dear The Falcon,
You’re too quick to judge people, also Alesia, understands that she’s known for voicing Krystal, however, MOSTLY all her fans, come from Portal, as did, character modeling for Chell, perhaps you should spend more time researching than judging.
That DarkFantasy Guy
Oh… the irony. You just judged me and told me not to judge. I do research a lot of different topics, ranging from Alesia to Nuclear Physics. I could probably build homemade nuclear reactor thanks to my research, not that I would, though, because I could never afford the materials. I would just like to know more about her as a person, I guess. When I said there was something off putting, Mr. Fantasy, I was only noticing that you just seemed really really, really excited, and it didn’t seem natural is all. I wasn’t judging you as a person, you seem like a really nice man, although that too is judging because I’ve never met you. I do understand your excitement because you’re meeting minor celebrity. But may I offer a word of advice? While it’s okay to be excited for something, get it out of your system before the interview. That way you don’t come across as oddly. I’ve taken a couple of Journalism classes, and trust me, it works out a lot better that way. I knew one kid who interviewed the local weatherman for class, and he was the same way. Just some friendly advice. I applaud you for doing this though, because it can be a tough thing to do, and it takes guts. Not many people can actually get up there in front of a camera at all. So keep fighting the good fight, and keep up the good work.