Mark hamill and Kevin Conroy voicing ‘Batman: Arkham Asylum’

.batman joker hamill Mark hamill and Kevin Conroy voicing Batman: Arkham Asylum

Eidos and Warner Bros. have confirmed that Mark Hamill, the voice of The Joker in Batman: The Animated Series, will reprise his sadistically animated take on the Clown Prince of Crime in Batman: Arkham Asylum. Additionally, the Caped Crusader himself will be voiced by Kevin Conroy, recognized as the voice of Batman in numerous animated series and games.
Batman: Arkham Asylum gets Hamill’s Joker, Conroy’s Batman – Joystiq

I’m in the middle of rewatching the Batman cartoons and in the middle of that, I picked up on Batman: The Brave and The Bold, and the most difficult part of that new series is getting over the idea that Kevin Conroy isn’t doing the voice.  It just sounds wrong to me.

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5 thoughts on “Mark hamill and Kevin Conroy voicing ‘Batman: Arkham Asylum’

  1. That game looks sick.

    The two recent Batman toons have been SO bad.

    Canceling Justice League was the dumbest thing Warner ever did. Well one of the dumbest.

  2. @magnus:
    I’m really enjoying Batman : The Brave And The Bold, but it’s a little jarring to no have Kevin Conroy voicing the Bat. I do dig the idea of him teaming up with a nonstandard superhero for every episode.

    The one with aquaman and atom was best, aquaman was a blowhard braggart, and couldn’t shut up about his past triumphs, all while riding a phagocyte that was taking them to batman’s brain.


  3. @tiki god:

    I hate The Brave and The Bold. I hated The Batman as well. Which is painful because I go into this shit wanting for it to be good every time. Its just bad writing. Or normal cartoon writing which is about 2% of the quality Justice League had.

  4. That’s because the writers of cartoons usually get roped into the “THINK OF ‘THE CHILDREN'” mindset. So the edge gets taken off and it gets dumbed down.

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