Two-Face

Two-Face is obsessed with duality and the number two.  In his private life he was Harvey Dent,  Gotham’s district attorney.  His face was burned with a bottle of acid during a trial.  His psychosis leads him to believe that right and wrong don’t matter,  as everything is ruled by chance.  To prove this he makes decisions of good or evil based on the flip of a special coin.

First Appearance:  Detective Comics #66 (1942)
Creators:  Bill Finger,  Bob Kane
Powers:  Expert Attorney

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Reading Order

Batman #234

Batman Annual #14

Two-Face: Year One #1 (2008)
Two-Face: Year One #2

Secret Origins Special Vol. 2 #1 (1989)

Batman: The Long Halloween #1 (1996)
Batman: The Long Halloween #2
Batman: The Long Halloween #3
Batman: The Long Halloween #4
Batman: The Long Halloween #5
Batman: The Long Halloween #6
Batman: The Long Halloween #7
Batman: The Long Halloween #8
Batman: The Long Halloween #9
Batman: The Long Halloween #10
Batman: The Long Halloween #11
Batman: The Long Halloween #12
Batman: The Long Halloween #13

Batman: Dark Victory #0 (1999) – Sequel to The Long Halloween.
Batman: Dark Victory #1
Batman: Dark Victory #2
Batman: Dark Victory #3
Batman: Dark Victory #4
Batman: Dark Victory #5
Batman: Dark Victory #6
Batman: Dark Victory #7
Batman: Dark Victory #8
Batman: Dark Victory #9
Batman: Dark Victory #10
Batman: Dark Victory #11
Batman: Dark Victory #12
Batman: Dark Victory #13

Legends of the Dark Knight #28
Legends of the Dark Knight #29
Legends of the Dark Knight #30

Read Batman: A Lonely Place of Dying here.

Batman: Two Face #1 (1995)

Gotham Central #6
Gotham Central #7
Gotham Central #8
Gotham Central #9
Gotham Central #10

Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #1 (2005)
Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #2
Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #3
Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #4
Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #5
Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #6

Joker’s Asylum: Two-Face #1 (2008)