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Kevin Conroy, Voice of Batman In Animated Series and Arkham Games, Dies Aged 66

Kevin Conroy, who voiced Batman in the 1990s animated series and the Arkham series of video games, has died at the age of 66.

Announcement date Facebook Conroy died on November 10 after a “brief battle with cancer”, as confirmed by Warner Bros. Discovery, attributed to co-star Diane Pershing (who played Poison Ivy) on the animated series. did.

Pershing said in the post, “He’s been out of shape for a while, but he’s spent a lot of time making up for his shortcomings and making all his fans happy.” will miss him.”

Conroy also played Batman in the Killing Joke animated special and the Multiversus video game, and played Thomas Wayne in the upcoming series Batman: The Caped Crusader, though it’s unclear if he’ll still be cast in the role after his death. .

Other co-stars shared their love for Conroy in a Warner Bros. Discovery press release, with Mark Hamill (who played Joker in several productions) simply stating, “Kevin was perfect.”

He continued: My spirit was lifted. “

Casting and dialogue director Andrea Romano also extended her thanks to Conroy after his death. “Kevin was more than just an actor I had the pleasure of casting and directing,” she said. No. Kevin’s warm heart, joyful deep laugh and pure love of life will stay with me forever.”

Other fans and friends of Conroy’s, including actress Tara Strong (above), podcaster Henry Gilbert (above) and co-creator of Injustice, expressed their love for the actor on social media Ed Boonegame industry veteran Jeff Cayleyetc.

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Ryan Dinsdale is an IGN freelancer. He talks about witchers all day long.

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