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"Good Face Bad Face": Two-Face frees a dozen highly-skilled convicts from the state penitentiary, intending to use them in a second breakout at Blackgate Prison. Batman, though determined to return Two-Face to Arkham as quickly as possible, retains hope that the mind and morals of District Attor


Quote1 I have to save him, Alfred. He's my friend. Quote2
-- Bruce Wayne



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  • Jimmy McSorley

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Synopsis for "Good Face Bad Face"

Two-Face frees a dozen highly-skilled convicts from the state penitentiary, intending to use them in a second breakout at Blackgate Prison. Batman, though determined to return Two-Face to Arkham as quickly as possible, retains hope that the mind and morals of District Attorney Harvey Dent remain somewhere inside Two-Face's warped psyche.

Batman infiltrates Blackgate on the night of the breakout, but is ambushed by Two-Face, who cuts the prison's power supply and releases several dozen inmates to distract the vigilante. Meanwhile, the GCPD intercept a getaway boat beneath Blackgate's cliffs, containing many more inmates and what appears to be Two-Face himself.

However, Batman correctly deduces the Two-Face in the getaway boat is a decoy; the real Two-Face is still inside Blackgate, waiting to execute the real breakout. Batman confronts Two-Face and, in an effort to prove that Harvey Dent is not yet gone, pickpockets Two-Face's coin and dares Two-Face to shoot him without it.

Without the coin, Two-Face undergoes a meltdown and surrenders. As he is returned to Arkham, Commissioner Gordon criticizes Batman for taking such an unnecessary risk, but Batman remains optimistic that Two-Face may yet be purged of his dark side.



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