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""Two in Every Crowd"": Robin tries to sort his personal life out - spending time with his dad and patching things up with Ariana. Meanwhile, Two-Face gets started on his plan to foul up Gotham's justice system, starting by killing a group of lawyers, then taking a chainsaw to the databanks whic


Quote1 The whole language and logic of computers is contained in two values. One and zero. One. Zero. One. Zero. Into infinity. Two values that can be made to mean anything. The sum of human knoledge in just those two. One and zero. Two sides of a coin. Two posibilities leading to endless possibilities. Quote2
-- Two-Face



Appearing in "Two in Every Crowd"

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  • Ralphie
  • Tony (Single appearance)

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Synopsis for "Two in Every Crowd"

Robin tries to sort his personal life out - spending time with his dad and patching things up with Ariana. Meanwhile, Two-Face gets started on his plan to foul up Gotham's justice system, starting by killing a group of lawyers, then taking a chainsaw to the databanks which hold criminals records and the like. While doing this, he is met by Batman and Robin...



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Trivia

  • Tim Drake is seen using a Superman pajama.
  • Two-Face uses a Shakespeare quote when he murdered a bunch of lawyers.

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Prodigal
Part One: Batman #512 Two: Shadow of the Bat #32 Three: Detective Comics #679 Four: Robin #11
Five: Batman #513 Six: Shadow of the Bat #33 Seven: Detective Comics #680 Eight: Robin #12
Nine: Batman #514 Ten: Shadow of the Bat #34 Eleven: Detective Comics #681 Conclusion: Robin #13


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