It was back in 1992 that Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill first leant their voices to Batman: The Animated Series. In the 24 years since then, the pair have participated in numerous DC Comics projects - from the Arkham Asylum games to the upcoming Justice League Action animated series.
And they're not stopping anytime soon.
This past weekend at Fan Expo Canada, both Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill took part in a panel where they were asked if this summer's Batman: The Killing Joke would be the last time they would be voicing Batman and the Joker respectively. Both actors quickly assured the audience that they would be doing more DC projects - right before having a little fun with those in attendance.
Conroy turned to Hamill and asked, “What do you think about doing Hush?"
And Hamill would respond with, “What do you think about doing A Death in the Family?”
Now, well nothing has officially been announced by Warner Bros., we're thinking it'd be quite odd for Conroy and Hamill to mention these two classic DC Comics titles if there wasn't something in the works. Either way, we'd certainly love to see these two tales converted into animated features - especially with these two DC Icons amongst the cast.
Still, whether this is a hint of things to come or a simple wish list remains to be seen.
What do you think, Infinite Earths fans?
Source: Screen Geek
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