A new trailer for Suicide Squad: Kill the Justice League paid tribute to the late voice of Batman, Kevin Conroy. Rocksteady confirms that Conroy’s legacy and voice will live on in the upcoming superhero (and supervillain) game, portraying the Dark Knight one last time.
The trailer sees the Suicide Squad trying to hole up to interrogate the Flash, who they’ve somehow managed to capture. Things seem like they’re about to go sideways when Batman strikes from the shadows.
Yes, it’s Batman, but he’s been corrupted and mind-controlled into being a baddie. His rule not to kill people seems to have gone out the window a bit…
While his acting career began in the 70s, Conroy was by far best known for portraying Batman, landing the role of the caped crusader for Batman: The Animated Series in 1992 and going on to reprise the role across numerous successive animated series, animated films and video games. L
ending his voice to Rocksteady’s Arkham trilogy was a significant factor in helping establish them as the pinnacle of superhero games through the 2010s, and he’s also featured in the Injustice superhero fighting games, and finally in MultiVersus. Suicide Squad’s recording sessions have naturally been ongoing over the past few years, and Conroy will have been involved in the game’s production through that time, meaning he can fill this role posthumously.