At this past weekend's Fan Expo 2016, Mark Hamill (The Joker) and Kevin Conroy (Batman) reunited for a rare question and answer panel in which they discussed their iconic roles in the DC Animated Universe, namely Batman: The Animated Series. The legendary duo is also responsible for the voices behind the most recent and controversial DC feature-length, R-rated animated adaptation of The Killing Joke, which was still a box office success despite the awkward storyline additions.
Based on a report from ScreenGeek, Hamill and Conroy teased two beloved Batman stories, Hush and A Death in the Family, as possible future animated films when a fan asked about what they want to do next:
"...both exchanged something of a sly response to each other, with Conroy turning to Hamill and saying, "What do you think about doing Hush?" After a huge cheer from the crowd, Hamill one-upped him on the question saying, "What do you think about doing A Death in the Family?"
During the rest of the panel, Hamill and Conroy spoke in their characters voices, while some fans even attempted to imitate Hamill's notorious Joker laugh. For over 25 years, they have teamed up together in various animated movies, and more recently video games. We can at least expect a few more voice-over roles out of them as they both said they aren't done yet. The pair will reprise their roles in the new animated series Justice League Action debuting this fall. Any fan of Batman and the Joker would certainly agree, Hush or A Death in the Family would both make for great page to screen adaptations.