Overall, this is a great showcase for your voice. I'd avoid using pre-established content, though- it's nice to know you CAN do imitations, but unless someone is looking for that specific voice or style of voice, they usually get glanced over. If you like a voice, try imitating it, then making it your own. I forget which voice over actor it was- but they said all of the characters they've ever created were bad imitations of someone else. Like when Seth MacFarlane (bad example, I know) was creating the voice for Stewie, he took a character from one of his favorite musicals (Professor Henry Higgins from My Fair Lady) and gave it his own spin.
A lot of these skits sound somewhat similar, however. You've got a unique voice, no denying it, but try to interlace character voices with situation voices. Something you do a lot better than I do, however, is add emotion into your work. This was a joy to listen to, start to finish, because it sounded like you actually *cared* about what you're doing. If you don't care, then why should the listener? That's something I always struggle with.
At any rate, good job, and I hope to hear you in other work!
Thanks for the really insightful review! I do kinda regret the Powerpuff Girls things since everything else was original. But hey, it's up and I'll deal with it, haha. However, I'm totally gonna do 100% original material for my next one.
I'll definitely take your suggestions and input into strong consideration. With this being my very first demo, I wasn't entirely sure how to go about it. I'm glad I received some good criticism this quickly so I can work on some of my flaws.
I'm glad you could hear the emotion I put into this, though! It makes me happy knowing that it was obvious. I worked really hard on some of the voices and whatnot, trying to get them to fit a certain type and all that. Being entertaining is a very important thing to me, and I'm super glad you saw that I cared about my work. :D
Thanks again! I'll be sure to take your criticism to heart and work on something even better for next time. Cheers!