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"The Janus Double Down": Vince Russert is devastated when he discovers that the funding for his art therapy program at Arkham Asylum has been cut, as he feels he was making great progress with one patient in particular, Harvey 'Two-Face' Dent. Dent has been writi



Appearing in "The Janus Double Down"

Featured Characters:

Supporting Characters:

  • Dr Vince Russert (a doctor at Arkham) (Single appearance)

Other Characters:

  • Dr Lyle (a doctor at Arkham) (Single appearance)

Locations:

Items:

  • The Adventures of Copernicus Dent comic book


Synopsis for "The Janus Double Down"

Vince Russert is devastated when he discovers that the funding for his art therapy program at Arkham Asylum has been cut, as he feels he was making great progress with one patient in particular, Harvey 'Two-Face' Dent. Dent has been writing comic books which express many of his deepest feelings, patrticularly those involving his dual nature and his feelings concerning Renee Montoya and the Batman.

Appearing in "The Jacobian, Chapter Eight: Dead in the Water"

Featured Characters:

  • The Jacobian

Supporting Characters:

  • Leelee
  • Kobi (First appearance)

Villains:

  • The Mahmetchik

Other Characters:

  • The High Priest (First appearance)
  • Nereus (First appearance)

Locations:

  • Mayim

Synopsis for "The Jacobian, Chapter Eight: Dead in the Water"

One of the Mahmetchik visits the high priest to tell her of their attempts to contain the Jacobian, and of the constant interference from Leelee. He is instructed to bring the Jacobian to the high priest, and a sentry (Kobi) is very interested in this. Meanwhile, the Jacobian has discovered he can breathe underwater, and is a guest of Nereus, the king of the merpeople.

Notes

The majority of the main story is a reproduction of a comic book written by Harvey Dent. It is part of the Bat-titles' month-long 'In This Issue: Batman Dies!' mini-event.

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