Two-Face begins robbing Rupert Thorne's business in revenge while both the gangster and Batman hunt the dichotomous supervillain for their own reasons.

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Batman / Bruce Wayne (voice)
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Two-Face begins robbing Rupert Thorne's business in revenge while both the gangster and Batman hunt the dichotomous supervillain for their own reasons.

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28 September 1992 (USA)  »

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Batman: I want to help you, Harvey.
Two-Face: Help me? You don't know anything about me!
Batman: I know that you have friends, Harvey. Friends who love and care about you
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The New Batman-Superman Adventures - Theme from the Animated Series
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Written by Shirley Walker
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Lasting repercussions
27 December 2016 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

'Part II' goes in an interesting direction. It's not completely about Two-Face's reign after taking over Harvey Dent, but also Batman's inner turmoil over the whole thing. He acts as a man complicit in Dent's ruination, even wracked with guilt over it.

And in the end, after foiling Two-Face (mildly, at that)he's hopeful that a recovery is possible. This is as much about Bruce Wayne as it is about the former District Attorney, and Bruce's undying concern is what I've always liked about Two-Face episodes. This is a worthy second half.

7/10


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