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Two-Face has kidnapped Victor Stone's girlfriend! In order to rescue his love, Cyborg must face a gauntlet of traps and public humiliation--and confront the fact that maybe he and the villain aren't so different after all.

After kidnapping Cyborg's girlfriend, Two-Face puts the Teen Titan through a rigorous gauntlet of clues, traps, and public humiliation in order to prove a point: Harvey and Vic are alike, and only circumstance made one a hero and the other a villain. By the end, both characters are forced to look in their respective mirrors and ask themselves, "What makes a man... and what makes a monster?"

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JMS' first comic is among his best (and least-known) stories 0

I don’t understand why this story isn’t considered a classic. The fact that it’s an early work by J. Michael Straczynski (his very first comics work, I believe), back when he was the excellent head writer for The Real Ghostbusters, that alone should be reason to have this story in print. And yet, it’s relegated to dollar bins and never discussed when people talk about the greatest comics of JMS, nor the characters Cyborg and Two-Face. It’s a shame, because all three shine in rare form here. Esse...

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