‘Batman: The Killing Joke’ won’t be the last time Mark Hamill voices The Joker

In 2011 after the release of Batman: Arkham City, Mark Hamill announced that he would retire from voicing The Joker. Later that year, he said the one thing that would bring him back to the role would be an adaptation of Batman: The Killing Joke.

As we know, Hamill didn’t stay retired for long. He came back to voice The Joker in Batman: Arkham Knight, and finally got to voice The Joker in Batman: The Killing Joke, which comes out later this month.

So will that be the last time we hear Hamill as The Joker? That’s what a fan asked Hamill today on Twitter, and good news! The answer is “no”.

That’s pretty vague, and perhaps Hamill has a role in the new Batman: Arkham VR game for the PS4, but hopefully this means we’ll get to hear his voice as The Joker for many more years to come!

Update: Hamill will also be back as The Joker for the upcoming Justice League Action cartoon!

Batman: The Killing Joke is available for pre-order on Amazon now. The movie hits Digital HD on July 26th, and Blu-ray/DVD on August 2nd. It will premiere at San Diego Comic-Con on July 23rd.