Arkham Origins Will Also Feature A New Voice For The Dark Knight
Kevin Conroy has been voicing the Dark Knight is all sorts of medium throughout the years from animated series to videogames, Kevin Conroy has served the cowl well, with his most recent performance in Arkham Asylum and Arkham City being nothing sort of spectacular. So it’s a bit sad to hear that he won’t be returning for the origins story, Arkham Origins.
Unlike the debacle with David Hayter and Solid Snake, the tale behind Kevin Conroy’s absence makes a little bit of sense. Batman: Arkham Origins is of course an origins tale, meaning that the Dark Knight is still in his younger years. Have a deep and aged voice for the Dark Knight will therefore not make too much sense, which explains wht Warner Bros have opted to go for a younger voice actor.
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It’s even more a shame when you take into account that Mark Hamill will also not reprise his role as The Joker, stating long ago that Arkham City would be his final outing as the Clown Prince of Crime. So we might be getting a new Batman title, but it’s going to be missing two rather essential elements.
But again, it’s expected, and I can’t wait to see who Warner Bros picks to fill these enormously large shoes.