Batman voice impersonation

Find the perfect Batman voice impersonation.

"It's not who I am underneath, but what I do that defines me." A quote from Bruce Wayne who is the man behind the Batman suit and voice. But in the Batman movies we have seen that have left the greatest impact, the Batman voice played a hife part in how he was perceived and responded to.

Info for Batman voice Voice-overs

Batman is one of the most iconic characters un the comics and now on our movie screens and he has been played by a number of actors. But it is when he is wearing the suit and speaking in a deep and threatening voice that criminals start to take notice. Gotham is notoriously a hectic place to even try and survive and it needs a hero whose very voice send shivers down the backs of local thugs as the Batman voice tends to do.

When can you use a Batman voice Voice-over?

The Batman voice lets the audience know that he is in control and not going to take prisoners [well metaphorically] and quickly becomes a hero they can get behind and feel confidence in.

What makes the perfect Batman voice?

Typically the Batman voice is played for authority so usually quite a low and often raspy or gutteral voice with a bit of an edge to it. Part of the deepness of the voice it to help conceal Bruce Wayne's true identity as it would be a tragedy if people found out he was the Batman. Serious and angry with a hint of menace.

Other Info for Batman impersonations

Typically the Batman voice is played for authority so usually quite a low and often raspy or gutteral voice with a bit of an edge to it. Part of the deepness of the voice it to help conceal Bruce Wayne's true identity as it would be a tragedy if people found out he was the Batman. Serious and angry with a hint of menace.