Conroy most notably voiced the Dark Knight during the celebrated Batman: The Animated Series, and has gone on to reprise the role in DC's animated movies as well as games like Rocksteady's Arkham series. Even with all those under his belt, there are other stories that remain undone, including two very high profile storylines.
"Oh, of course, Hush," Conroy told ComicBook.com. "Hush would be so cool! Or, A Death in the Family. There's a lot to do, so we want Warner Bros. to do it."
Hush is one of the more modern Batman classics. Written by Jeph Loeb with art by Jim Lee, the story brought a brand new villain into the fold that remains popular to this day, and at the same time teased the resurrection of Jason Todd. Though it turned out to be a red herring in that particular storyline, it did eventually come to pass.
Ironically Todd's death actually happened in the other story Conroy referenced. A Death in the Family was extremely notable at the time, as Todd's death was determined by a fan poll. Ultimately fans voted to off the sidekick, and that would be handled by the Joker in one of the most brutal deaths in comics.
Both would be welcomed into the animated side of things, and Conroy seems ready and willing to be involved.
Conroy is appearing at Wizard World Nashville this weekend and has embraced conventions as a way to interact with the fans.
"I now mostly do voice work," Conroy said. "I started out in the theater and I've done a lot of other television work, but now I, for the last 20 years I've basically done animation, and when you work on doing voice work, you don't have that interaction with the audience that you get on stage, and that's what I love about acting, is interacting with the audience. I don't get to do it anymore, so the only place I really get to do it is at Comic Cons, and I just discovered this huge audience at these Comic Cons."
Conroy enjoys everything about the experience. "I love doing the panels, giving the panel discussions," Conroy said. "I love playing the crowd. My agent tells me I'm a major ham, but it's so much fun. I love telling stories. I love the interaction with the crowd, and so that's why I come to the Comic Cons, really to get that audience feedback that's like my juice."
Kevin Conroy is currently appearing this weekend at Wizard World Nashville, and you can find the full interview in the video above.