See what I mean? Just look at these two side by side. He captures the sense of wonder, curiosity and adventure that a Prince at sea would convey. He effortlessly showcases that he's rugged, yet innocent.
What, you thought he could only do humans? He's even able to morph himself into the exiled Prince Simba. He looks content with his life. He's at peace, but yet in his eyes you can see a hint of longing, as if he has unfinished business elsewhere.
Stryker doesn't just stick to the classics. He's not afraid to jump into some deep cuts. Here he is as Milo from Atlantis: The Lost Empire. There's no other way to put this, really: he looks just like a tough nerd.
He can also pull off fierce and animalistic (as showcased with Simba). Also, props to those abs. Staying in shape to be able to perform all these characters is way more work than even the costumes or facial expressions.
He doesn't just stick to Disney, either. He can morph into a number of other classic cartoon characters. Here he is looking like he's ready to take Scooby and the rest of the Mystery Gang out on their next adventure.