For many fans, Kevin Conroy has been the definitive voice of Batman for over two decades, and it’s not hard to see why. From the first episode of Batman: The Animated Series to the recent success of the Arkham games, Conroy has shown us all sides of the Dark Knight, diving deep within the soul of Bruce Wayne and revealing an unprecedented level of depth and emotion within the character.
DC All Access returns tomorrow with an all-new episode hosted by the always enthusiastic Tiffany Smith and Blair Herter. We caught up with our two co-hosts while they were shooting this week’s episode and sat them down for a little conversation on all things All Access. Here’s what went down…
Unless this is the first time you’ve ever visited our website, it should go without saying that we’re pretty big fans of Arrow. So when we got the chance to sit down with Stephen Amell and lob a few questions at him, we didn’t turn it down. After all, how often do you get the chance to go toe-to-toe with a super hero?
Most film composers are happy to get even a single chance to score one of DC Comics’ iconic comic book characters, let alone Batman. But Christopher Drake has composed music for not just one Batman project this month, but two.
Yesterday saw the release of the original television soundtrack for the first season of Arrow, and listening to it, a few things become clear. The first is how wide ranging the score is, offering up both gentle, romantic themes of love and longing as well as relentless, dark beats that effectively convey the violent vigilante justice that the show’s also known for.