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You are Tearing Me Apart Two-Face! 1

As the cover states. Two-Face returns and goes on a killing rampage, only to meet a man who wants revenge.The GoodFor the first time since he started writing for the book instead of doing the art, I actually liked a Tony Daniel story. This issue involves Two-Face and what's left of the Falcone family. From what it seems like, because of something in the spoiler section below, this is going to be a story that drags Two-Face, once again, between the world of crime and vigilantism. A solid conclusi...

14 out of 14 found this review helpful.

Between a Coin and a Hard Place 0

The Good: Although I'm sad to see Tony Daniel already dropping art duties, Steve Scott has a style that's not too terribly dissimilar to Daniel's.Two-Face has gone absolutely NUTS without his coin, and it's haunting to see the results. I'm really impressed with Daniel's ability to write Two-Face in such a way, in a place we've never seen him before, but not out of character at all.Elements of Daniel's run are weaving their way together. This has been one of his best uses of the Falcones so far.T...

3 out of 3 found this review helpful.

Batman #710 0

Two-Face is back, Mario Falcone is wanting Gotham City back under his thumb and more! As Two-Face looks for his coin throughout a city with a population over one million, he's going to have to suffice without it if he wants to survive the night. Mario is beginning to target the ex-D.A. turned mad man and will make sure that Two-Face doesn't gain his territory back.    Having stuck with the series for so very long, yes I am still reading, this is one of the Batman series that features Dick G...

4 out of 4 found this review helpful.

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