Batman: Arkham Knight provided a seemingly definitive conclusion to the popular Batman: Arkham video game series, though a number of fans have still held out hope that franchise could continue with a sequel or prequel. Now, Batman: The Animated Series voice actor Kevin Conroy has revealed that Warner Bros. has no plans to continue the video game series during a Q &Q session at Wizard World Nashville.
Conroy revealed the news in response to a fan’s question on the future of the video game series:
“I can’t believe that they’re not going to do another one, but they’re not. Isn’t that amazing?. They made literally billions of dollars on those games, but no, there’s no plan to do another one. Sorry.”
You can hear listen to Conroy’s comments in the video provided by Matt Sifford.
— Matt Sifford (@KAOTIC24) September 9, 2017
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Kevin Conroy returned to voice the Caped Crusader in the animated film Batman and Harley Quinn.
In Batman and Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy and Jason Woodrue (a.k.a. The Floronic Man) embark on an ecological quest to save the planet – and, unfortunately, eliminate most of humankind along the way. To save humanity, Batman and Nightwing are forced to enlist Harley Quinn to catch Poison Ivy, Harley’s BFF and frequent partner-in-crime. But Batman’s patience is put to the test by the unpredictable and untrustworthy Harley during the twists and turns the reluctant companions face during their bumpy road trip. The result is a thrill ride of action, adventure and comedy no Batman fan has seen before.
The film is now available on Digital HD, Blu-Ray, Ultra HD and DVD.
The Top 25 ‘Batman: The Animated Series’ Episodes
If you’re looking for one of the (if not the) greatest animated shows of all-time, look no further than Batman: The Animated Series. The show that began the DC Animated Universe (DCAU) premiered in 1992 and spawned over a hundred episodes, plus Superman and Justice League series, among others. It gave Batman and Joker voices of a generation in Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill. In my estimation, it easily surpasses the films as second only to the comics in the Batman legend.
After a holiday re-watch, I ranked the 25 best episodes from both iterations of the series, which ran from 1992 to 1994 and from 1997 to 1999, respectively. A * denotes an episode that is part of The New Batman Adventures, which were produced three years after The Animated Series concluded.
Honorable Mentions: “Second Chance,” “P.O.V.,” “Mad as a Hatter,” “Heart of Steel two-parter” & “His Silicon Soul”, “Birds of a Feather,” “Mudslide,” “Eternal Youth,” “Dreams in Darkness”
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