Interview With Kevin Conroy at Comic-Con 2011
Ricardo Torres met up with Kevin Conroy, the voice of Batman at Comic-Con 2011!
It makes me feel good to see Conroy's gratefulness, humility, and appreciation. He seems like such a stand-up gentleman.
20 years later and his voice is still golden! The day Kevin stops playing the voice of Batman will be a sad day indeed. However, it doesn't look like that day is coming anytime soon.
I wish Conroy had worn Batman's cowl for the first minute or so of this interview... All would have been right with the world.
Am I the only loser who realized the batman truck in the back go by?? Haha His voice is the perfect man of bats
He's been doing this for a long, long time. So long that I wonder if he ever gets confused and the lines of reality get blurred. I mean, do you think he ever wakes up in the middle of the night thinking that he's Batman?
Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill are always the voices I hear when I read a Batman comic... theyre the best I've ever seen portray them... but you know its still funny to listen to Batman talk about how much he trusts and respects the Joker :P
It's just a pleasure to seriously watch this man. I am so happy he is in love with the character and he truly appreciates the fans of the character and the game as well. He is such an amazing humble, down to earth person.
Love Mr. Conroy. He's indispensable to the Batman franchise. I love his humbleness,graciousness, and down-to-earth attitude.
Batman the animated series is what got me into the batman comic books. Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill will always be a part of my childhood.
That guy...coolest person in the world, wish I could meet him in person, so many questions to ask, like "do you and Mark ever wrestle, to see who would actually win?"
Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill are both very....very...VERY dear people who have made my childhood worth living.
Interesting, first time for me to see him. I quickly imagined how he would do in a real Batman movie...with him being the actor, not just the voice lol!
@Gelugon_baat This is a good point. Nostalgia to the point of stagnation actually handicaps a character. For me, however, his voice is the voice of Batman.