- My face! Scarred on one side-- just like the real Two-Face! I'm as hideous as Two-Face ever was!
- -- Paul Sloane src
Originally hired to portray the original Two-Face in a film, Paul Sloane suffered an accident that destroyed half of his face, in a similar way to the original Two-Face. A prop man working on the set was jealous of the fact that his girlfriend had a crush on Sloane, and substituted acid for the water that was to be used on the trial scene; causing history to tragically repeat itself. Sloane's mind shattered and he chose to be the successor of Two-Face. Finding crime far more successful and more profitable than his former career, Sloane continued on as the third Two-Face.
- This version of Paul Sloane (Earth-Two), including all history and corresponding appearances, was erased from existence following the collapse of the original Multiverse in the 1985-86 Crisis on Infinite Earths limited series. Even though versions of the character may have since appeared, this information does not apply to those versions.
- Sloane is said to be the third Two-Face because a man named Wilkins had briefly been the second Two-Face.
- Unlike Kent, only Sloane's face was damaged. Sloane's hair was not distorted in color and remained completely black on both sides.
- 2 Appearances of Paul Sloane (Earth-Two)
- 1 Images featuring Paul Sloane (Earth-Two)
- 2 Quotations by or about Paul Sloane (Earth-Two)
- Character Gallery: Paul Sloane (Earth-Two)
- Two-Face at dccomics.com
- Two-Face at Wikipedia.org
- We Believe in Harvey Dent -- Impostorama: The Fake Two-Faces (No. 2 -- Paul Sloane)
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