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!
Apparently Batman is dead, but youâ€™d never know it if youâ€™ve been reading Detective Comics for the last year or so.Â The plausible exit created by Paul Dini at the end of last issue, leads naturally to the events Denny Oâ€™Neil uses in Detective Comics #851.Â Batman dead?Â Unlikely, so why mourn the loss here?Â Instead, Oâ€™Neil uses the time to tell a good Detective story.
Itâ€™s really too bad that I havenâ€™t had the time to write a review for each of the Jokerâ€™s Asylum issues as they came out, but now that Iâ€™m getting back into the groove, I might as well follow up yesterdayâ€™s review of Jokerâ€™s Asylum: Scarecrow (released last week), with a review of this weekâ€™s concluding issue in the series; Jokerâ€™s Asylum: Two-Face.