Batman and Robin #23.1

    Batman and Robin » Batman and Robin #23.1 - A Tale of Two Faces released by DC Comics on November 2013.

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    Two-Face is approached to join the Secret Society! Which side will his coin land on?



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    Villains Month has been something that I have been extremely interested in, and now that it's hear I am very happy. Being a huge Batman fan I am personally looking forward to the Batman villains making there appearances, and although I've already been disappointed with the Joker's issue, I'm sure most of them will be good.PlotTwo-Face has to make the decision of whether to save Gotham City, or "make it bleed," but when Scarecrow invites Two-Face to join the Secret Society of Super Villains it ma...

    9 out of 9 found this review helpful.

    Heads save Gotham, Tails make her bleed 0

    SPOILERS almost certain to be in this review. So I'm checking out all the villain month titles and now it's time for Two-Face to shine. Heads this story is great, tails it's terrible. FLIP THE COIN!The Good:Something I've been noticing about these villain month titles is that they tend to get the villains actual character down pretty well and this issue is no exception. Two-face is as Two-Face as Two-face gets. We get a really nice look at how his personal brand of logic works and it's pretty i...

    5 out of 5 found this review helpful.

    The People Are Represented By Two Face 0

    Yes, the title of the review was an attempt to adapt the legendary 'Law & Order' opening narration - did I do it right?Normally, I wouldn't post so many reviews in one week, but with this being villain's month, I'm sure there will be more to follow.Let me say from the out-set, that I enjoyed this issue a lot. My favourite villains tend to be the ones with something tragic about them, and in the case of Two-Face, his struggles to overcome his demons, though he is an essentially good person, ...

    2 out of 3 found this review helpful.
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