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ConvergenceDCFeaturedGreg RuckaReviewTwo-Face

What questions does The Question have about Convergence? Witness Renee Montoya’s return as the blank-faced vigilante in the pages of Convergence: The Question #1.

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BatmanBatman And RobinDCFeaturedReviewTwo-Face

Forget what you think you know about Bruce Wayne, Harvey Dent and the events that led to the creation of Two-Face.  Batman and his frenemy are back, and the New 52 has a few twists and turns in store for the Dark Knight’s scarred counterpart.  Your Major Spoilers review of Batman And Two-Face #28 awaits!

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Batman, Batman and, Batman: Eternal, Patrick Gleason, Peter J. Tomasi, DC Comics, Robin, Two-Face, Erin McKillen
BatmanBatman And RobinDCReviewTwo-Face

It’s double trouble as Batman investigates Harvey Dent’s past to try to find him in the present—but is he ready to face the dark truth behind Two-Face’s origin?

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BatmanDCDenny O'NeilDetective ComicsNightwingReviewTwo-Face

Apparently Batman is dead, but you’d never know it if you’ve been reading Detective Comics for the last year or so.  The plausible exit created by Paul Dini at the end of last issue, leads naturally to the events Denny O’Neil uses in Detective Comics #851.  Batman dead?  Unlikely, so why mourn the loss here?  Instead, O’Neil uses the time to tell a good Detective story.

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It’s really too bad that I haven’t had the time to write a review for each of the Joker’s Asylum issues as they came out, but now that I’m getting back into the groove, I might as well follow up yesterday’s review of Joker’s Asylum: Scarecrow (released last week), with a review of this week’s concluding issue in the series; Joker’s Asylum: Two-Face.

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