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Kevin Conroy's Final Batman Performances Revealed Following Suicide Squad Backlash


Kevin Conroy in Crisis on Infinite Earths Arrowverse event
Credit: The CW

Iconic Batman voice actor Kevin Conroy passed away in November 2022 following a battle with intestinal cancer. His death was mourned by many fans due to his significant contributions to the DC hero through his voicework in animated shows and video games.

Before his passing, the late actor was able to record more voicework as Batman for upcoming releases such as the video game Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, which finally became available this week.

However, the Caped Crusader's appearance in a particular scene in the video game recently received some backlash from fans as they saw it as an unceremonious farewell to Conroy's tenure as the hero.

Fortunately, fans have nothing to worry about as it turns out that the video game wasn't the late actor's only posthumous work.

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Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League is Not Kevin Conroy's Final Work as Batman

Batman: Caped Crusader
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A recent report from IGN revealed that Kevin Conroy has more posthumous works as Batman that are yet to be released aside from Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League.

The late actor reprised his voice role as Batman/Bruce Wayne from Batman: The Animated Series in the upcoming direct-to-video animated film Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part Three. It is slated to be released later this year.

The other project that Conroy also worked on prior to his death is the upcoming Prime Video animated series Batman: Caped Crusader. However, it is unknown yet whether he also voiced the hero specifically or it was another character instead.

This should assure some fans who have been concerned or upset about Conroy's presumed last work as Batman since we now have an official word that we will hear more of his voice in the near future.

His upcoming appearance in Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part Three will be a bittersweet one since he will reprise the version of the Caped Crusader from Batman: The Animated Series and that is likely the last time that we will hear him on that role.

It is also exciting that he is somewhat part of Batman: Caped Crusader since it is set as a spiritual successor to The Animated Series and perhaps his voice appearance is going to be a pass-the-baton moment between him and the new Caped Crusader.

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