Kevin Conroy’s Batman Legacy Continues in Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3

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  • Kevin Conroy’s posthumous performance as Batman in Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3 contradicts the assumption that his last appearance would be in Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League, provoking excitement among fans.
  • Bruce Timm clarified that Conroy did not record any lines for the upcoming series Batman: Caped Crusader due to his untimely passing, leaving fans mourning the missed opportunity.
  • Conroy’s contribution to the Batman legacy, shaping the way we perceive the Dark Knight, is immeasurable, and his enduring voice presence in the hearts of fans speaks volumes about his prowess and dedication.


The late Kevin Conroy, revered for his portrayal of Batman, is set to captivate audiences once more. Despite initial beliefs that Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League would be his final bow as the Caped Crusader, there’s more to the story.

The upcoming release of Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3 will feature the late Conroy’s voice as Bruce Wayne/Batman, a role he made iconic in Batman: The Animated Series (BTAS). This revelation contradicts the widespread assumption that his voice work in Kill the Justice League would be his last. Excitement has surged following the release of the Crisis on Infinite Earths trilogy’s first part, as fans anticipate further details on the subsequent segments.

Reflecting the sensitivity of the situation, Conroy’s publicist refrained from commenting on this recent development. IGN attempted to engage Warner Bros. Home Entertainment for comments on the trilogy have not produced any results.

This news comes in the wake of a clarification regarding another project, Bruce Timm’s Batman: Caped Crusader. Initially, there was speculation that Conroy had recorded a voice role for this series, possibly not as Batman. However, Timm dispelled these rumors in a statement on AnimeSuperhero.com, expressing regret that Conroy passed away before they could collaborate again. Timm said:

“We were hoping to have him do a voice for the new show (and he was eager to do it) but sadly he passed away before we could make it happen.”

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Conroy’s Batman, featured in “The Animated Series” and the Arkham games, has achieved an iconic, legendary quality. His passing in 2022 left a void in the world of voice acting, particularly for fans of the Dark Knight. This makes the news of his posthumous performance all the more significant and bittersweet.


Celebrating Conroy’s Enduring Legacy as Batman in Upcoming Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3

The release of Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League in Early Access brought a controversial scene to light, stirring emotions among fans. Many perceived this scene as an unfitting farewell to Conroy’s long-standing role. Learning that Conroy will once more voice Batman in “Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3” brings both comfort and eager anticipation.

Conroy’s contribution to the Batman legacy is immeasurable. His voice not only brought the character to life but also shaped the way we perceive the Dark Knight. Conroy’s work went beyond just voice acting; he captured the essence and intricacy of a character deeply cherished in comic book lore.

With the release of Justice League: Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3 on the horizon, we recall the persistent impact of Conroy’s contributions. The enduring presence of Conroy’s voice in the hearts of fans speaks volumes about his prowess and dedication. While Kill the Justice League may mark his final appearance as the Arkham Batman, the forthcoming “Crisis on Infinite Earths, Part 3” ensures that his voice, as Batman, will grace our screens at least one more time.

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