I'm a hit with the critics! Or at least with this carefully selected subset of complimentary critics.
"In my twenty-plus years of broadcast experience, Mike Pollock is the single all-around most creative human being with whom I've ever been associated. I've yet to encounter the person, place, or thing whose sound he couldn't replicate in short order. He writes, he voices, he sings, he intones."
— Anita Bonita, Director of Creative Services, SJS Entertainment
" Mike Pollock (Sonic the Hedgehog’s Doctor Eggman) was expertly cast in the role, providing a voice that perfectly captures Volcanion’s wisdom, as well as the hostility bubbling within."
"We also hear good work from some of the actors for the secondary characters. One that should be of note is Tessyou Genda and Mike Pollock, the actors for the Chuder military captain Adon. Both do wonderfully at portraying Adon as the hilariously egotistical and inept captain that he is."
"[One of the] film's standout performances [is]...especially from Mike Pollock, who's absolutely dynamite as one of Tezuka's most unusual characters, Mr. Mustache[sic]. I pegged Pollock as one to watch a few years back in Demon [Fighter] Kocho, and I'm pleased to see that he's still doing so well. His easy balance of Mr. Mustache's comic demeanor and surprising pathos is brilliant."
"PROFESSOR SHIZUMA (Mike Pollock) -- Pollock is simply excellent here, capturing both the current frazzled, repentant Shizuma and the more arrogant, younger Shizuma perfectly. His work as present-day Shizuma is interesting from an acting standpoint because the story, at this point, is telling us that Shizuma is a modern hero. So why is he so nervous and twitchy? Well, the eventual true Bashtarle flashback shows us why, though I'm not going to spoil the revelation there. Let's just say that it adds real weight to current-day Shizuma, and that Pollock does wonders with it.
"Hey, say what you want about Sonic and the rest, but Mike Pollock’s Eggman is an absolute joy to listen to. You can tell that he must be having a great time voicing the role, and it’s a shame not to have it here, especially when we’re certain the Nintendo 3DS could more than adequately handle it."