The CW is already delivering the fan service not only with the long awaited adaption of Crisis on Infinite Earths, but by having Kevin Conroy play an older Bruce Wayne is sheer delight. Now rumors have begun more than a week ago that Conroy’s Batman: The Animated Series co-star Mark Hamill could play a live version of the Joker in the massive Arrowverse crossover event. Though neither the CW nor Warner Bros has confirmed anything, fans are already frothing at the mouth to finally see Luke Skywalker head over to the Dark Side. Artist Skull101ify posted a piece of artwork that shows what Hamill would look like as the Clown Prince of Crime.
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Art by me. Rumor has it that Joker will appear on Crisis played by @hamillhimself. PLEAASSEEE LET THIS HAPPEN!! . . . . #DianaPrince #ClarkKent #JohnJones #jonjonzz #wallywest #barryallen #ArthurCurry #maxwellord #justiceleague #jla #superman #batman #wonderwoman #flash #theflash #MartianManhunter #greenlantern #aquaman #dc #dceu #dccomics #dcextendeduniverse #cw #supergirl #flash #arrow #joker #releasethesnydercut #titans
Mark Hamill has voiced the Joker in a majority of DC Comics animated films. He first took one the role in Batman: The Animated Series which aired on FOX Kids from September 5, 1992 to September 15, 1995. However, the Joker was not Hamill’s only role. He would portray the Trickster in both animated form and live action. He played the Trickster in the 1990 Flash series and reprised the role for the CW Flash series.
Crisis on Infinite Earths will air across two quarters and will consist of all the DC shows – Arrow, Flash, Legends of Tomorrow, Supergirl, Black Lightning and Batwoman. The first three episodes will air in December followed by the concluding two episodes in January.