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Two-Face (Comic Book)

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Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_1'); })Two-Face is a fictional character, a comic book supervillain who appears in comic books published by DC Comics, and is a prominent member of Batman's Rogues Gallery. Two-Face was originally Harvey Dent, Gotham City's district attorney and an ally of Batman. However, Sal Maroni threw acid at him during a trial, hideously scarring the left side of his face and scarred him mentally as well. Dent went on to adopt the "Two-Face" persona and became a criminal, choosing to bring about good or evil based upon the outcome of a coin flip. The character first appeared in Detective Comics #66 (August 1942), and was created by Bob Kane.Alongside The Joker and Ra's Al-Ghul, Two-Face is one of Batman's greatest enemies, but not because of the threat he poses to the rest of the world. Instead, he reminds Batman of how far the greatest can fall, and how he cannot save all of his allies - Batman's feelings of guilt that he failed to save his old friends and constant attempts to 'redeem' Dent remain one of the biggest themes of the character.Advertisement:propertag.cmd.push(function() { proper_display('tvtropes_mobile_ad_2'); })The character has appeared in multiple Batman media forms, including video games, animation, and the Batman film series. Billy Dee Williams portrayed Harvey Dent in Batman (1989) and later reprised the role in The LEGO Batman Movie (though Harvey never became Two-Face in the original film), Tommy Lee Jones portrayed Two-Face in Batman Forever, Richard Moll voiced the character in Batman: The Animated Series, Aaron Eckhart played both the district attorney and his villainous alter ego in The Dark Knight and William Shatner voices him in Batman vs. Two-Face.
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Jekyll & Hyde: Batman creator Bob Kane claims to have been inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, specifically the 1931 film version which he saw as a boy. Inside the same body lives a truly heroic guy named Harvey and a truly villainous guy called Two Face. Batman: Gotham Adventures #2, Lucky day showed Two-Face trying to get revenge on his abusive father and we see this dialogue:
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Rage Against the Reflection
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Rage Against the Reflection: Typical origin story includes him awakening after the acid incident and him demanding a mirror. When he sees the grotesque scarring of half his face, he screams with horror and anger, and his transformation into the villain Two-Face becomes complete. The original version has him put this off until he's gone full-blown criminal, staring into it and wondering what he's become before remembering he ordered no mirrors to be put up in his headquarters, prompting him to smash it.
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Underestimating Badassery
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Underestimating Badassery: All the Robins have underestimated Two-Face at one point or another, and paid the price for it.
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Childhood Friends
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Childhood Friends: With Bruce, post-Flashpoint. The two were both at a camp for troubled boys, and neither knew the other's name as it was established that only numbers be used, so the boys could open up without fear of reprisal after they left the camp. He and Bruce both look back fondly on that Summer, but when they met, neither knew who the other was until some time into their friendship.
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Adaptational Villainy
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Adaptational Villainy: The Beware the Batman version of Harvey is a hater of Batman, and isn't above hiring Deathstroke of all people to take him out. The Batman: Gotham by Gaslight version is way worst, he is a smug sexist who tries to cheat on his wife with Selina, cares little about the Serial Killer plaguing Gotham, and is ok with framing Bruce without a hint of remorse.
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Companion Cube
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Companion Cube: If you are The Fatalist and you renounce your own free will by your habit of flipping a coin to decide what you do, the illogical extreme is to believe that the coin is this trope and you are taking its advice. Once Batman found a devastated Harvey desperately flipping a coin, despairing that the coin seemed to land exclusively on the good side, asking an Armor-Piercing Question. An issue of The Batman Adventures showed Two Face escaping Arkham without his coin, replacing it with any other coin, scarring a side and using it. He manages to save his fiancée Grace from a murder attempt and even the Batman himself by doing a Diving Save that left Two Face seriously wounded. It was not Two Face wanting to save Batman, it was the coin. Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth deconstructs this trope: Harvey's therapy is to replace his coin (two choices) for a dice (six choices). He then is given a tarot card (52 choices). Harvey cannot even decide to go to the bathroom on time. The last scene shows Two Face with his coin again talking to the tarot cards, like they are alive.
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Verbal Tic
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Verbal Tic: Batman Forever had Harvey referring to himself in the plural. The idea stuck with some writers like Doug Moench and Andrew Helfer and has since become a common feature of the character.
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Two-Headed Coin
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Two-Headed Coin: Harvey Dent uses one of these, but then one side gets scratched up, making it back into a fair coin. Its emotional/symbolic significance to Two-Face makes it a #1 Dime as well. (Originally it was Boss Maroni's "lucky coin", and hence was tied to his origin. In later stories it was the coin his abusive father tossed with the assurance that if it came down tails he wouldn't be beaten. Harvey only learnt it was double-headed shortly before being scarred.)
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Even the Joker, Ax-Crazy lunatic extraordinaire (and not exactly a small man himself) acknowledges that he has no chance of beating Two-Face in a bare handed fight.
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Insanity Defense
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Insanity Defense: Being compelled to follow the flip of his coin, he is one of the few Bat-villains to meet the real-life qualifications for it to work, via the irresistible impulse defense.
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Even Evil Has Standards: Depending on the Writer, of course: Most iterations share his commitment to his word; if he makes a promise, he will honor it. This includes his coin flips, where he will honor the decision of the coin even if he personally doesn’t like the outcome. Almost all iterations have him strictly follow Wouldn't Hurt a Child. His The Dark Knight counterpart is rather infamous for coming incredibly close to averting this. On at least one special occasion, having been an Unwitting Pawn for the Qwardians to take over Earth, he flipped the coin and when it came up clean he went straight to the Justice League to explain the situation.
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Redemption Rejection
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Redemption Rejection: Even discounting the several times in the comics that he gets healed and turns back to crime one way or the other, Harvey tends to turn down the chances offered to fix himself. In The Dark Knight, Batman seems to get through to him when he says that Joker targeted him because he wanted to show how the best of people could still be corrupted. For a second, Harvey seems to listen and realize how far he's fallen, but then he simply acknowledges that the Joker was right and continues with his plan. Batman Forever has Batman offering to get him help if he'll simply spare himself and Robin. This version doesn't hesitate to flip his coin, prompting Batman to trick him to his death. In Batman: Arkham City, Hugo Strange says he will flip Harvey's coin and offers a choice: if Harvey catches the coin, he'll tell him where Catwoman currently is, but if he lets it fall to the floor, he'll do whatever it takes to get Harvey the help he needs. From the sound of the audio log, the coin almost makes it to the ground before Harvey catches it.
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Arch-Enemy
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Arch-Enemy: Batman sees him, with good cause, as his greatest failure, a point that Two-Face enjoys rubbing in. Every single one of the Robins has also had a reason to put them high on their hit lists. He beat Dick Grayson within an inch of his life on one of his first outings as Robin (handing him his first defeat in the process), orchestrated the murders of Jason Todd's parents, and in "A Lonely Place of Dying" nearly killed Tim Drake in one of his earliest solo missions as Robin, with Dick having to save him. While the individual Robins have their own enemies, Two-Face is easily the archenemy of the collective Robin identity.
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Thememobile: In campier times, he had one just like most other Bat-villains. Most recently brought up in Neil Gaiman's Whatever Happened to the Caped Crusader?, where it's completely pristine on one side and an utter wreck on the other.
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Split Personality
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Split Personality: Suffers from schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and multiple personality disorder.
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Fair-Play Villain
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Fair-Play Villain: Dent's modus operandi. He believes that chance (specifically, a coin toss) is the only fair thing in the world, and will flip a coin to make any major decisions. Of course, how "fair" this is can become skewed, such as flipping a coin to decide whether or not he should honor an agreement when the other party already held up their end of the bargain or doing multiple coin flips for every petty little thing. Zigzagged in Batman Forever where Two Face at Wayne's manor, flips the coin on the same decision until he gets the result he desires, but at the final act agrees to flip the coin to decide Batman's death. Averted at The Dark Knight when the coin dictates that The Don could live, but Harvey then uses it on the driver. They both die. Averted at Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth. After Two Face takes a therapy in Arkham that destroyed his personality, Batman asks to be judged by Two Face, he flips his coin, and lets Batman go. At the last scene, we see the scarred coin. Two Face let Batman go. Word of God says that maybe for the last time, Two Face takes his own decision.
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Hello, Attorney!!: A male example. Dent's incredibly good looks earned him the nickname "Apollo". Didn't last.
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Two-Faced: He serves as the Trope Namer as well as the Trope Codifier.
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Would Hurt a Child
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Would Hurt a Child: Beat Dick within an inch of his life with a baseball bat when he was Robin. He later did the same to both Jason Todd and Tim Drake.
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Wham Line
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Wham Line: In Batman and Robin 28:
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Adaptational Ugliness
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Adaptational Ugliness: In The Dark Knight, Harvey's left half of his face suffered fourth-degree burns, so the movie shows his scarred face with more detail, with exposed jaw muscles and even showing the inside of his mouth. His Batman: Arkham Series counterpart retains this detailed scarring while also making it clear that the damage goes all the way down his body, as his arm is also scarred (at one point in Arkham Knight, Joker asks him if everything got split down the middle).
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Early Installment Weirdness
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Early Installment Weirdness: Golden Age Two-Face can be summed up the following ways: surnamed "Kent" instead of "Dent", rejects moral responsibility and getting a legitimate happy ending.
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Beneath the Mask
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Beneath the Mask: He was a successful and handsome district attorney before becoming Two-Face, but he had some serous mental problems lurking underneath his charming, successful exterior. The acid incident caused them to boil over.
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Numerological Motif
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Numerological Motif: Guess.
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Good Old Fisticuffs
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Good Old Fisticuffs: Two-Face is not a particularly well-trained combatant, but is prone to bouts of absolutely savage violence in which this does not matter.
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Guns Akimbo
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Guns Akimbo: Much less than you'd think, but still there occasionally.
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Friendly Enemy
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Friendly Enemy: Two-Face waited for Batman to come take him away after committing a murder. Harvey Dent is one of Bruce's close friends, and one of the few relationships where the Bruce-centric version of their relationship seems more important than the Batman-centric version of the relationship to him.
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Hair-Trigger Temper
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Hair-Trigger Temper: With shades of Arson, Murder, and Jaywalking; Two-Face often tends to explode over damn near anything, even trivial issues. In one issue, he and his gang are playing cards, and the rest of them are terrified that he'll set off when they start beating him, or other small stuff. He doesn't and actually laughs it off, and they let their guard down... then one of them spills some wine by accident, and he shoots the guy dead. For a time, he was infatuated with Detective Renee Montoya, whom he met during No Man's Land, and tried to woo her. Then she turns out to be a lesbian, and he goes ballistic and accuses her of "betraying" him. In one comic book adaptation of Batman The Animated Series, Bruce and Gracie - Harvey's ex-fiancee before his accident - visit him in Arkham at a point he seems to be at last on the road to recovery; he himself notes that he's not using the coin as much, and he's genuinely grateful for the visit. Then the Joker suggests that Bruce and Gracie are seeing each other behind his back... and the predictable happens.
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Badass Normal: Despite being one of Batman's most prominent villains, Two-Face doesn't actually have any special powers.
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Facial Horror
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Facial Horror: He formerly provided the page image. However, let's just say there's a good reason his counterpart in The Dark Knight currently provides the image on the film's Nightmare Fuel page.
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Secret Secret-Keeper
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Secret Secret-Keeper: In the New 52, he reveals that he's known that Bruce Wayne is Batman for at least a few years, but has repeatedly convinced himself not to kill him.
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Cynicism Catalyst
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Cynicism Catalyst: He had plenty of problems beforehand (Depending on the Writer at least) but it was getting half his face scorched off that plunged him into nihilistic despair and the belief that only random luck governed the universe, rather than the noble and upstanding believer in the rule-of-law he had been beforehand.
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Driven to Suicide
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_6d332aea
comment
Driven to Suicide: Apparently in the New 52. He's alive again by DC Rebirth.
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 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_6f33059b
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Iconic Outfit
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_6f33059b
comment
Iconic Outfit: Or Iconic Style, more accurately; almost every version wears a suit which is essentially two different suits sown together in the middle to form one, with each half being a different style. Common variations are two different colours (such as the Batman: The Animated Series version as shown above), two different suit styles (such as the Long Halloween version), half well-maintained, half-damaged (such as in The Dark Knight and the Batman: Arkham Series) and half normal suit, half Fashion-Victim Villain (such as the Batman Forever version).
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Unwitting Pawn
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_733e007a
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On at least one special occasion, having been an Unwitting Pawn for the Qwardians to take over Earth, he flipped the coin and when it came up clean he went straight to the Justice League to explain the situation.
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Noble Demon
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_7360a6b6
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Noble Demon: Under some writers.
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Multicolored Hair
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_7476f750
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Multicolored Hair: Usually a black/white pattern. If they don't decide to have the "bad half" of his face have its hair being burned off instead.
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Fashionable Asymmetry
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Fashionable Asymmetry: Dent generally feeds his obsession by wearing a suit split in two down the middle, often composed of a sedate solid color on the normal side and a garish pattern print on the scarred side. His The Dark Knight and Batman: Arkham Series counterparts wear the suits they were in when they were scarred, meaning half the suit is clean and the other is as burned as his face.
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Batter Up!
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_77922c8c
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Batter Up!: In what is arguably his most famous achievement, he violently beat Dick Grayson (still Robin at the time) with a baseball bat. Expect this to be referenced any time the two clash.
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Sudden Name Change
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comment
Sudden Name Change: Harvey Dent's wife is generally known as Gilda, but was renamed "Grace" in a 1989 Secret Origins story and the name carried over to her animated counterpart in Batman: The Animated Series. All later comic appearances switched her name back to Gilda. Harvey himself was originally introduced as "Harvey Kent". They changed his name so there'd be no confusion with that other fellow.
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Armor-Piercing Question
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_7b6e47a5
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Once Batman found a devastated Harvey desperately flipping a coin, despairing that the coin seemed to land exclusively on the good side, asking an Armor-Piercing Question.
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Wake-Up Call Boss
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_7dce646f
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Wakeup Call Boss: Served as this during Dick Grayson's tenure as Robin - up until that point, Dick had only faced ordinary criminals, along with a few bush-league supervillains like Killer Moth and the Mad Hatter.
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Breakout Villain
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_7e22477f
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Breakout Villain: In what was intended to be the last Two-Face story, Gilda jumped in front of Harvey's gun as he tried to kill Batman, and he went into a Villainous BSoD, swearing to stop his criminal ways if that was what it took to see his wife again. Although it wasn't that straightforward, by the end of the story he had sworn off crime and even gotten plastic surgery to erase his scars forever. Even when fans loved his character and wanted to see him back, the writers simply used impostors posing as Two-Face, until the very beginning of the Silver Age, where he interferes in a burglarly and gets dynamited to the face, and falls straight back into his coin-flipping ways.
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Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_7ec94d53
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Woobie, Destroyer of Worlds: Harvey Dent used to be a legitimately heroic character. But, a string of bad luck has turned him into a monster who lashes out at the world that has hurt him so badly.
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LargeHam
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Large Ham: Tommy Lee Jones played him this way.
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Stalker with a Crush
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Stalker with a Crush: To Renee Montoya.
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Insane No More
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_8dca2ee5
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Insane No More: In The Dark Knight Returns, the damaged half of his face is restored by plastic surgeons and a psychiatrist declares him cured. It doesn't work. Instead, he scratches the other side of his coin so both sides match, feeling Harvey is gone and Two Face has taken over.
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Unscrupulous Hero
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Unscrupulous Hero: Dent does have his heroic moments, but he's still horribly brutal and decides on whether to do the right thing or not from a coin flip just like he does everything else.
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Diabolical Mastermind
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Diabolical Mastermind: Two-Face is a very clever opponent. He often comes up with cunning plans to achieve his goals and he has also shown some degree of skill as a detective.
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Heads or Tails?
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Heads or Tails?: A coin-flip is his villain gimmick. His coin flips are sometimes depicted as representing two equally bad options, as was the case with Dick Grayon's most traumatizing case during his Robin days.
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You Have Outlived Your Usefulness
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_928ca2cc
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You Have Outlived Your Usefulness: Pulled this with a Mook who was standing directly between him and someone he wanted to shoot; when he asked him to get out of the way and the mook failed to, he informed him that he couldn't afford to lose any "red shirts". When this flew over the mook's head, Dent informed him that he was far too stupid to be anything but a liability and shot him dead on the spot.
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Villainous Breakdown
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Villainous Breakdown: Often.
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Shotguns Are Just Better
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Shotguns Are Just Better: Totes a double-barreled shotgun around occasionally.
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Big Bad
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_970c790a
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Big Bad: Of several of Nightwing's story arcs in his series and some of the Robin series as well. If someone is specifically targeting a Robin, it's probably Two-Face.
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Heel–Face Revolving Door
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_97522514
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Heel–Face Revolving Door: Gets cured of his mental problems only for his criminal side to eventually resurface and/or physical scars.
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The Fatalist
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_9785b592
comment
The Fatalist: This is Two-Face's philosophy, represented by his habit of flipping a coin to decide what he does. This is in direct opposition to the philosophy he had as Harvey Dent. At Batman: Gotham Adventures #2, Lucky day it was showed that Harvey get this trait from his father, a Professional Gambler who knows that this is his lucky day and nothing can stop him to become millionaire if he gambles, having already won a lottery and now about to officially receive his $2.2 million winner's fee. Harvey tries to get revenge on him because he was an Abusive Parent, but is stopped from actually killing him by Robin and Batgirl. Harvey’s father gloats he will become rich that day by gambling with the remaining ten grand from the explosion, only to hear from Batgirl and Commissioner Gordon that Harvey's father's money is evidence for Harvey’s crime attempt on his parent and so Harvey's dad can’t use it that day, and Two-Face has already confirmed that insurance companies won't refund the money as it wasn't legally his father's at the point Two-Face destroyed it. Cue a devastated gambler and a laughing Two Face.
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Took a Level in Badass
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Took a Level in Badass: Post-Crisis Two-Face had Deathstroke give him a crash course in firearms and hand-to-hand combat during his brief tenure filling in for Batman. He put those skills to good use in a couple of subsequent brawls with Dick Grayson.
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It's Personal
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_a0db7803
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It's Personal: Two-Face and Batman were once close friends. Two-Face holds Batman responsible for ruining his life (or at least failing to stop the mob from ruining it), while Batman is constantly trying to reach out to his former ally and bring him back into the fold. Two-Face's relationship with Dick Grayson is also deeply personal, though less nuanced. The two absolutely hate each other, with Dick seeing Harvey as an irredeemable wreck, and Two-Face holding Dick responsible for the failures of several of his schemes to kill Batman.
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Doomed by Canon
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Doomed by Canon: Any appearance by Harvey Dent in a Batman adaptation (except the 1989 Batman, as that would be a build-up for Two-Face in a later sequel... which did occur, but with a different actor).
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Eye Scream
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Eye Scream: Goes hand in hand with Depending on the Artist. Some artists depict his scarred side without an eyelid, or with an eye that's swollen and red. And a few draw a solid black circle where his left eye should be, implying that his left eye had been completely dissolved.
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Wouldn't Hurt a Child
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Almost all iterations have him strictly follow Wouldn't Hurt a Child. His The Dark Knight counterpart is rather infamous for coming incredibly close to averting this.
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Humble Hero
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Humble Hero: During his tenure as D.A. After the accident, his self-esteem has predictably sunk even lower.
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Black and White Insanity
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Black and White Insanity: Two-Face is sometimes portrayed as having this as the root of his multiple personality disorder.
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Idiosyncrazy
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Idiosyncrazy: Originally, Two-Face was one of many gimmick-focused comic book villains, plotting crimes based around the number two, such as robbing Gotham Second National Bank at 2:00 on February 2.
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Abusive Parents
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Abusive Parents: The most common depiction of his father. Eye of the Beholder adds the wrinkle that not only did he hit Harvey, but always gave him the illusion of a 50-50 chance with the infamous coin. Half of Harvey knew the game was rigged, while the other half wanted to believe his dad.
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Secondary Color Nemesis
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Secondary Color Nemesis: The scarred side of his face has been depicted as both purple and green under different artists. His suits have also incorporated purple, green, orange, or all of the above.
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Tragic Villain
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Tragic Villain: His fall from grace is the end result of one tragedy that allowed his repressed mental-issues to boil over until his mind completely broke.
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Amoral Attorney
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Amoral Attorney: Averted; he was an incredibly honest and hardworking D.A. before he had the little run in with the acid. Played straighter in the New 52, where Harvey was a defense attorney who specialized in getting Gotham's criminals off on technicalities. He reformed after becoming DA, however.
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Shadow Archetype
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Shadow Archetype: He mirrors Batman's origin and obsession with double identities.
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The Paranoiac
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The Paranoiac: Two-Face, though "officially" diagnosed as having a Split Personality, probably fits this better than anything (at the very least, the "Two-Face" personality is definitely paranoiac). He has Black and White Insanity and a bleak worldview down to a tee, as he literally makes nearly every decision based on a coin flip (and has a Freak Out if he ever loses said coin) because he thinks all laws and rules are based on random chance; he has an explosive temper, and once killed a lackey over spilling a drink; he murdered his mistress, Janice Porter, because "Harvey Dent is a married man" and later was livid to learn that Renee Montoya, who he had been stalking, was a lesbian and accused her of tricking him. Works such as The Long Halloween suggest that much of this attitude was present even before he became Two-Face, as that story showed a grim and humourless Harvey Dent willing to break the law to defeat the mob, having zero time for human relationships (including his wife) and maybe-or-not being the Serial Killer who was murdering mobsters and served as the Big Bad of the plot. A drunken and abusive father is also a consistent feature of his backstory, as is the implication that Harvey is mistrusting and pitiless as a result.
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Sadistic Choice
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_babc974
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Sadistic Choice: Some writers are known for depicting him as a villain who will go out of his way to force others into these - in these cases, the two sides of his coin tend to both represent "evil" options.
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Xanatos Gambit
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comment
Xanatos Gambit: Two-Face’s plan against his father in Batman: Gotham Adventures #2; either he killed the man directly, or he would blow up his father’s $2.2 million lottery winnings in a manner that means his father won’t actually get the money.
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Evil Former Friend
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comment
Evil Former Friend: Harvey Dent is shown as a close friend of both Batman and Commissioner Gordon before turning into Two-Face. In fact, some iterations of his origin have portrayed the three as a Power Trio. Depending on the Writer: Some continuities show Two Face hating Batman, but considering Bruce Wayne a true friend.
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Wrath
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comment
Wrath: Two-Face's scarred side is rage personified, in many depictions.
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Fallen Hero
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comment
Fallen Hero: Used to be district attorney and fairly good one too.
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Large and in Charge
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comment
Large and in Charge: Sort of. He's far from being the tallest Batman villain, but he lacks any real fighting skills or training either. He is still a big, intimidating man, however, and tends to dominate his underlings - and go toe-to-toe with Batman - by relying on size and his highly volatile moral compass. Even the Joker, Ax-Crazy lunatic extraordinaire (and not exactly a small man himself) acknowledges that he has no chance of beating Two-Face in a bare handed fight.
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Ret-Canon
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comment
Retcanon: In the New 52, his scarred side lacks hair, bringing his appearance closer to Aaron Eckhart's version of him in The Dark Knight
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type
Freudian Excuse
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comment
Freudian Excuse: Being beaten as a child by his father. In fact, several versions actually state that this is where his coin came from in the first place.
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Power Trio
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comment
In fact, some iterations of his origin have portrayed the three as a Power Trio.
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Heads, Tails, Edge
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comment
Heads, Tails, Edge: He constantly gets screwed over by this trope. Sometimes justified: Batman had replaced it with a weighted coin when he wasn't looking.
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Anti-Villain
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comment
Anti-Villain: Sometimes. He used to be a good guy, and his origin story is kind of tragic, but he still is a mentally unstable crime boss at the end of the day. His status is quite complicated, mostly because he suffers heavily on Depending on the Writer. Sometimes, he is written as a cheater, who commits evil no matter which side of the coin falls, other times, not only does he listen to "good" the coin falls, but actively commits acts of good.
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type
Name-Face Name
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comment
Name-Face Name: One of the first.
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Beauty to Beast
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comment
Beauty to Beast: As one side of his face shows, he was handsome before the acid incident.
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type
Hoist by His Own Petard
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comment
Hoist by His Own Petard: His obsession with the coin is more often than not his downfall. Batman Forever in particular actually had Batman defeat him by waiting until Harvey flipped the coin then throwing a bunch of coins in the air. Harvey can't tell which one is his and he falls to his death while trying to figure it out.
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type
Race Lift
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comment
Race Lift: Sort of. In the Tim Burton films Harvey Dent is played by Billy Dee Williams, but he never gets around to becoming Two-Face. Then, in Batman Forever, which may or may not be in the same continuity, he's back to being white. The Animated Series depicts him as more of a light-skinned black man or perhaps Sicilian, and since Word of God informs us that the character was modelled after Humphrey Bogart, this suggests he is the latter.
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Depending on the Artist
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comment
Depending on the Artist: Readers will be lucky if the colors of his suit and scarred side wind up staying consistent through a story arc. Sometimes he has hair on the scarred side (either bleached white or turned an odd color like green or purple by the chemicals), sometimes it's completely burnt off. Sometimes he doesn't have an eyelid or lips on the scarred side, or they're simply shriveled. Even his own hand is inconsistent, sometimes it's scarred like his face, other times it's undamaged. You'd swear that his origin was having some sort of mutagen thrown on him instead of acid/fire like it tends to be.
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Hollywood Personality Disorders
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comment
Hollywood Personality Disorders: Borderline Personality Disorder. Although varying based on the interpretation, he usually has at least five symptoms (personality disassociation, black-and-white splitting, mood swings, alternating between extreme idealization and devaluation, and frequent outbursts of inappropriate anger), which is enough for a diagnosis.
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Tragic Monster
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comment
Tragic Monster: Played for Drama. Harvey's descent into villainy legitimately isn't his fault, and he's repeatedly shown trying to get out of Two-Face's shadow, only to fall in. One particular example, set in The Batman Adventures, has him physically and mentally cured and falling in love with his plastic surgeon. Except his fiancee is an identical twin whose "bad girl" sister seduces Harvey before the wedding. When he tries to end things with her, the Evil Twin promptly murders Harvey's fiancee out of vindictive jealousy. Driven by rage and grief, he scars himself with burning coals to restore Two-Face so he can seek revenge, shooting his lover even after she proclaims that she can and will still love him despite his restored disfiguration. Then he breaks down and just sits there on the docks, cradling her body and waiting for Batman to come and take him back to Arkham.
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type
Morality Pet
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comment
Morality Pet: (Usually) has one in the form of his wife, Gilda/Grace.
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Dice Roll Death
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comment
Dice Roll Death: His modus operandi is the use of a coin flip to determine his actions, which can include whether to murder someone or not. Depending on the Writer, he can play this trope straight or invoke it if he doesn't like the initial outcome.
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Reluctant Psycho
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comment
Reluctant Psycho: Harvey Dent is one of the only inmates in Arkham who is actually trying to rehabilitate himself rather than treating Arkham as a second home. Unfortunately, Two-Face isn't open to rehabilitation since he knows it will kill him. Harvey's efforts always end in failure and tears.
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Insane Equals Violent
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comment
Insane Equals Violent: He wasn't evil until one side of his face was ruined and (depending on the version) his insanity either began or became much worse
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Flanderization
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comment
Flanderization: In his appearance in Joker's short-lived comic in the 70's, his Numerological Motif was played up considerably more than usual. As Joker notes, he couldn't even escape from the clown without throwing a bowl of pears at him.
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O.O.C. Is Serious Business
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comment
O.O.C. Is Serious Business: Any time Two-Face doesn’t flip his coin to make a decision, such as when he kills Janice Porter in Dark Victory or when he prepared to kill or ruin his abusive father in Batman: Gotham Adventures, as that means that both sides of his personality agree on what he’s about to do.
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Blue-and-Orange Morality
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comment
Blue-and-Orange Morality: Downplayed in that he understands society's standards of good and evil, but whether he chooses to act on either is decided by leaving it to random chance. As in, flipping a coin. For the most part though, even his "good" acts are pretty rough around the edges.
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Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth
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comment
Too Spicy for Yog-Sothoth: In Gotham Academy he gets attacked by a ghost of a witch Amity Arkham, in the body of the book protagonist, Olive Silverlock hunting descendants of her killers. But once she actually gets to look at him closely...
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Crusading Lawyer
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comment
Crusading Lawyer: Back when he was Gotham City's District Attorney.
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type
Chronic Villainy
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_eba4a0e7
comment
Chronic Villainy: No matter how many times they repair his face, Two-Face always eventually comes back. On at least one occasion, the damage was self-inflicted, using a scalpel and concentrated nitric acid.
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Evil Feels Good
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comment
Evil Feels Good: During 52, Harvey underwent plastic surgery to fix his face, and became a vigilante with Batman's training before the Dark Knight left for a year. When Batman returns, Harvey starts to feel irrelevant. His crime-fighting methods become more and more extreme, to the point where the dormant Two-Face personality rises once more to tempt him back to a life of evil, reminding Harvey how elated it used to make him feel, describing it as "better than sex, better than any drug." Harvey ultimately leaves his fate, once again, to a coin flip. It lands scarred side up, and he goes to work on himself with acid and a scalpel, until Two-Face returns on the outside as well.
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Evil Twin
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_f2dadf81
comment
One particular example, set in The Batman Adventures, has him physically and mentally cured and falling in love with his plastic surgeon. Except his fiancee is an identical twin whose "bad girl" sister seduces Harvey before the wedding. When he tries to end things with her, the Evil Twin promptly murders Harvey's fiancee out of vindictive jealousy. Driven by rage and grief, he scars himself with burning coals to restore Two-Face so he can seek revenge, shooting his lover even after she proclaims that she can and will still love him despite his restored disfiguration. Then he breaks down and just sits there on the docks, cradling her body and waiting for Batman to come and take him back to Arkham.
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Pungeon Master
 Two-Face (Comic Book) / int_f46fb603
comment
Pungeon Master: Some writers (most infamously, the ones behind Batman Forever) depict him as dishing out two-related puns by the truckful.
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Talking to Themself
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Talking to Themself: Comes from his mental issues.
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Go-Karting with Bowser
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comment
Go-Karting with Bowser: Bruce Wayne has been known for going down to Arkham to play chess with Harvey Dent. An interesting example, as Batman was once friends with Harvey Dent, who is actually insane, unlike most super-criminals in Arkham.
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Depending on the Writer
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Depending on the Writer: Some continuities show Two Face hating Batman, but considering Bruce Wayne a true friend.
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 Ultimate Adventures (Comic Book)
seeAlso
Two-Face (Comic Book)
 The Joker / Comicbook
seeAlso
Two-Face (Comic Book)
 TwoFace
sameAs
Two-Face (Comic Book)
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Assassination Attempt / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Bandaged Face / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Batman Grabs a Gun / int_aedb6d0d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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C-List Fodder / int_aedb6d0d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Crazy Jealous Guy / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Dice Roll Death / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Dual Wielding / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Evil Former Friend / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Facial Horror / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Failure Is the Only Option / int_aedb6d0d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Falsely Reformed Villain / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Freedom from Choice / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Frozen Face / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Go-Karting with Bowser / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Gollum Made Me Do It / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
hasFeature
Good Scars, Evil Scars / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Guns Akimbo / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Heads, Tails, Edge / int_b8a6c12d
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Hello, Attorney! / int_b8a6c12d
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Iconic Outfit / int_aedb6d0d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Idiosyncrazy / int_b8a6c12d
 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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 Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Insane No More / int_b8a6c12d
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Involuntary Charity Donation / int_b8a6c12d
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Jekyll & Hyde / int_b8a6c12d
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Last-Second Chance / int_b8a6c12d
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Lawful Evil / int_b8a6c12d
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Love Cannot Overcome / int_b8a6c12d
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Magic Plastic Surgery / int_b8a6c12d
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Man of Wealth and Taste / int_b8a6c12d
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Morton's Fork / int_b8a6c12d
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Murder the Hypotenuse / int_b8a6c12d
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My Greatest Failure / int_aedb6d0d
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#1 Dime / int_b8a6c12d
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Offscreen Villain Dark Matter / int_aedb6d0d
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One Mario Limit / int_b8a6c12d
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Pocket Protector / int_b8a6c12d
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Red Baron / int_aedb6d0d
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Reluctant Psycho / int_b8a6c12d
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Revisiting the Roots / int_b8a6c12d
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Sanity Has Advantages / int_b8a6c12d
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Shadow Archetype / int_b8a6c12d
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Sliding Scale of Robot Intelligence / int_b8a6c12d
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Split Personality / int_b8a6c12d
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Sudden Name Change / int_b8a6c12d
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Super Window Jump / int_b8a6c12d
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Supervillain / int_b8a6c12d
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The Fatalist / int_b8a6c12d
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The Mentally Disturbed / int_b8a6c12d
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The Paranoiac / int_aedb6d0d
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Thematic Rogues Gallery / int_b8a6c12d
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Tragic Hero / int_b8a6c12d
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Two-Face (Comic Book)
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Two-Faced / int_b8a6c12d
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We Used to Be Friends / int_b8a6c12d
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Yoyo Plot Point / int_b8a6c12d