There’s a lot of anger online regarding the upcoming “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” in regards to various things from the Games as a Service feel, to the way it treats the DC hero characters.

The most common complaint seems to be about the portrayal of Batman, voiced by the late and great Kevin Conroy (who died in 2022), being disrespectful to the actor’s legacy.

Part of that anger is because this has been widely assumed to be the final work of Conroy who began voicing the Batman character back with “Batman: The Animated Series” in the 1990s.

Turns out that’s not the case. IGN reports that according to their source, Conroy has two other posthumous performances as Batman/Bruce Wayne on the horizon.

One of them will be Bruce Timm’s “Batman: Caped Crusader” animated series originally at Max and now at Prime Video. The outlet confirmed Conroy did record for the show before his death, but the extent and nature of his role is unclear.

The other is the DC animated film “Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part Three” which is confirmed to have Conroy reprising Bruce Wayne/Batman. The first part of the trilogy was released earlier this month, the other two parts have yet to set dates.

The outlet indicates Conroy’s publicist declined to comment. “Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League” will mark Conroy’s final voice performance in the game world though.

The post Kevin Conroy Recorded More Batman Lines appeared first on Dark Horizons.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.