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Mark Hamill and Kevin Conroy tease 'Hush' and 'A Death in the Family' movies

09.06.2016

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For a lot of comic book fans, Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill will forever represent the definitive Batman and Joker. The two have been delivering terrific performances with these characters time and time again, and while their latest animated venture, THE KILLING JOKE, proved underwhelming (check out our Blu-ray review HERE), the two show no signs of slowing down!

ScreenGeek.net was on-hand at Canada’s 2016 Fan Expo and while Conroy and Hamill talked up the usual fare, they also teased audiences on possibilities to come. The two shared this brief exchange when asked where they would like to go next, and as you can imagine, it was met with tons of enthusiasm!

Kevin Conroy: What do you think about doing ‘Hush’?”

Mark Hamill: What do you think about doing ‘A Death In The Family’?

Granted, Conroy and Hamill aren't exactly calling the shots as far as what animated fare is being produced, but THE KILLING JOKE actually brought in some decent numbers and the duo seem more than comfortable about returning to these personas. I think it's safe to say that we haven't seen the last Batman animated feature with these two. The question is, "Which story will be adapted next?"

Batman Robin A Death in the Family

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11:23PM on 09/06/2016
A Death in The Family would be interesting, but haven't we tread that storyline before in Under The Red Hood? Or maybe DC is considering to release that and Hush as prequels to Red Hood? It makes sense considering that the three stories were interconnected. But you know, Hamill and Conroy didn't voice Under The Red Hood.
A Death in The Family would be interesting, but haven't we tread that storyline before in Under The Red Hood? Or maybe DC is considering to release that and Hush as prequels to Red Hood? It makes sense considering that the three stories were interconnected. But you know, Hamill and Conroy didn't voice Under The Red Hood.
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6:16PM on 09/06/2016

Their respective performance in The Killing Joke wasn't that good

This is probably not going to be a popular opinion but I think these two are becoming a tad overrated. I do think they did a very good job on BTAS and considering this might be the most faithful adaptation of the Batman comics, they do deserves some praise but there's a difference between giving praise and reacting as if it was an event every time these two gets reunited. They're good voice actors but not among the best in the field. It's time they pass the torch to someone else.
This is probably not going to be a popular opinion but I think these two are becoming a tad overrated. I do think they did a very good job on BTAS and considering this might be the most faithful adaptation of the Batman comics, they do deserves some praise but there's a difference between giving praise and reacting as if it was an event every time these two gets reunited. They're good voice actors but not among the best in the field. It's time they pass the torch to someone else.
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2:35PM on 09/06/2016
I guess because they didn't voice Under the Red Hood they still want to explore it? I think the film was great on its own though.
I guess because they didn't voice Under the Red Hood they still want to explore it? I think the film was great on its own though.
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1:49PM on 09/06/2016

Killing Joke was just horrible

I understand they tried to pad out the run time but they really didn't need a sex scene with Batman and Batgirl... They made Batgirl look like this weak idiot who craved Batman's attention and who was in love with him or something. Idk, it just came off as wrong. Then the whole Killing Joke part (last 20 minutes) just flew by and was super boring.

If they want to do Hush and Death in the Family, someone else better write the script. Brian Azzarello tried and failed
I understand they tried to pad out the run time but they really didn't need a sex scene with Batman and Batgirl... They made Batgirl look like this weak idiot who craved Batman's attention and who was in love with him or something. Idk, it just came off as wrong. Then the whole Killing Joke part (last 20 minutes) just flew by and was super boring.

If they want to do Hush and Death in the Family, someone else better write the script. Brian Azzarello tried and failed
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1:02PM on 09/06/2016
I feel 50-50 about this. On one hand, these are two great storylines. On the other hand, The Killing Joke animated movie didn't turn out as good as I expected.
I feel 50-50 about this. On one hand, these are two great storylines. On the other hand, The Killing Joke animated movie didn't turn out as good as I expected.
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12:55PM on 09/06/2016

No, thanks.

If they're handling the [link] like they did with Killing Joke, let it be.
If they're handling the [link] like they did with Killing Joke, let it be.
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12:48PM on 09/06/2016
I feel Like Death in the Family was covered fairly well in Under the Red Hood.
I feel Like Death in the Family was covered fairly well in Under the Red Hood.
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