Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will not be Kevin Conroy's final Batman performance
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Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League will apparently not be Kevin Conroy’s last performance as the Dark Knight.
For many, Suicide Squad: Kill The Justice League has been a bit of a disappointment so far, and that’s before it’s even officially released as well. For starters, a bug led to the servers being taken down for early-access participants, who have now been compensated with in-game currency.
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Then, there’s the way certain characters have been handled within the game. Any player of the Batman: Arkham series will know that the game version of the Dark Knight is near-unstoppable on a bad day, so to think the squad will go head-to-head and seemingly come out on top is unthinkable for many fans.
Many are also saddened at the idea the game will be the last performance of the legendary and late Kevin Conroy, who’s been the definitive voice of the world’s greatest detective for decades.
However this is apparently false, as it’s believed Conroy will provide one final performance in an upcoming animated film, and fans of Batman: The Animated Series will be thrilled.
Conroy will reportedly play the same version of the character that started his long career voicing Batman, in a special crossover animated film, Justice League: Crisis On Infinite Earths Part 3. The film follows the DC multiverse in shambles, leading to its finest heroes from alternative timelines assembling to tackle a creation-ending threat.
One hero making an appearance will be the caped crusader from Batman: The Animated Series, and voiced by none other than Kevin Conroy.
It’d be a fitting and rather emotional end to Conroy’s legacy as Batman to lend his voice one last time to the version of the character that started it all. It’ll also be a tear-jerker for fans still mourning his passing.