Batman got a birthday wish from joker
So, with marking Conroy’s, it was time for even the Joker to send his old rival some good wishes. Hamill used to Twitter on Saturday to give his friend a shout out, calling Conroy “the best partner a demented clown could ever hope for.” He also attached a couple of pictures to his post, including an excellent connection between a shot of the duo hugging and some artwork of Batsy and Joker doing the same posture.
SHOUT OUT to @RealKevinConroy for no particular reason other than being vengeance, being the night & for being the best partner a demented clown could ever hope for.
— Mark HoHoHoHamill (@HamillHimself) November 30, 2019
There’ve been several iconic Batman/Joker dynamics on screen over the years – Adam West/Cesar Romero, Michael Keaton/Jack Nicholson, Christian Bale/Heath Ledger, and many more The most prolific, though, is the battle between Kevin Conroy and Mark Hamill’s versions of the roles. The two legendary voice actors have been battling as the Dark Knight and the Clown Prince of Crime over many means for almost 30 years.
Conroy and Hamill’s friendship is a huge follower loved, with the pair almost always working together on some Batman project. Of course, Conroy is about to get his live-action appearance as Bruce Wayne in December’s “Crisis on Infinite Earths” Arrowverse crossover. Seeing he’s normally connected from Hamill when it comes to the DC universe, followers are seriously believing that the Joker will put in an appearance as well. But this has yet to be confirmed.
From what we know, the Batman: The Animated Series star will star in the second episode, the Batwoman part, of the five-part event. He’ll be representing a version caused by the Kingdom Come take on the hero. Conroy’s not supposed to don the Batsuit, though, as he’ll be an older, likely retired, Batman. The actor’s also proved he’ll only be included in the single episode. So, if there is to be a live-action meeting with Hamill’s Joker, we’ll know by Sunday, December 8th.