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Arguably the best Batman of them all is in Dublin right now
And The Dark Knight isn't the only famous face around town this weekend.

It was only going to be a matter of time before there were enough people to play Bruce Wayne / Batman that the inevitable (and highly charged) arguments about who is best would come up.

Adam West? Michael Keaton? Val Kilmer? George Clooney? No, of course not George Clooney. Ben Affleck?

Or, for the true Bat-geek, this guy?

Kevin Conroy voiced Bruce Wayne and Batman for the childhood-cornerstone brilliance that was Batman: The Animated Series, and more recently still, voiced them both for the Arkham and Injustice series of video-games.

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He isn't alone, either, as Conroy posed with fellow comic-book character Lex Luthor (or, as he likes to be called in real life, Michael Rosenbaum) from Smallville, as they prepped for this weekend's Dublin Comic Con:

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The convention kicked into high gear in the early hours of Saturday morning as the dedicated fan-base arrive in droves to get their geek on, and outside of the comic book stuff, there was also a lot of love for this particularly Mountain-ous Game Of Thrones star...

Dublin Comic Con! Do these Dogs look familiar to you? #Direwolves

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... star of The Sopranos, The Matrix and Memento, Joe Pantoliano...

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First full day in Dublin love the weather. Like Fall... in August...

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... and last but by no means least, Counsellor Troi from Star Trek: The Next Generation herself, Marina Sirtis...

The guests will be there all weekend at the Convention Centre in Dublin, and you can find out how to attend right here.

While you're here... check out The JOE Show Christmas Special with Bressie, the Dublin Gospel Choir and a surprise guest appearance from the star of the season, Jesus Christ Santa Claus!


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Game Of Thrones, Video Games, Cinema, Television, Batman, Star Trek, Comic-Con, Smallville