Batman: Arkham Knight - "The Voices of Arkham"

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment and DC Entertainment are proud to reveal the voice talent behind some of the most notable characters in Batman: Arkham Knight. 

Jonathan Banks (Breaking Bad, Better Call Saul) plays Commissioner James Gordon. 
Ashley Greene (The Twilight Saga) plays Barbara Gordon, daughter of James. 
John Noble (Sleepy Hollow, Fringe) brings his talents as Scarecrow, the menacing villain of the game. 
Scott Porter (Friday Night Lights, Hart of Dixie) provides the voice behind Nightwing, trusted ally to Batman. 

Banks, Greene, Noble and Porter join an ensemble cast that includes fan-favorites Kevin Conroy, who returns as Batman; Tara Strong as Harley Quinn; Troy Baker as Two-Face and Nolan North as Penguin.

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