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<*> Two-Face and Batman are having a deep conversation, just the two of them, and they’re going to get to the bottom of all the deaths in Gotham. That’s where this issue opens–part four in a six part story–and it tackles a new angle on Two-Face and possibly how he interacts with Batman and Commissioner Gordon going forward. So what’s it about? The official summary reads: Batman’s newest partner…Two-Face? As Harvey Dent’s persona asserts fragile control over the villain’s psyche, the Dark Knight, Commissioner Gordon and their ally-turned-enemy-turned-ally must work together to stop Kobra’s terrorist attack against Gotham City. Why does this matter? Many can argue Two-Face is Batman’s arch-nemesis since he personifies the good and bad in Gotham. He also has close ties to both Bruce and Batman. Some of the best Batman stories involve this character who seems to be transforming ever so slightly in this story, so if you want to keep up with the character read this one. Fine, you have my attention. What’s good about it? The Flash, but the fluidity remains in the clothing and body language of the characters. The art team captures the horrific nature of Two-Face’s scarred side quite well, which is juxtaposed with Batman’s intense focus that never wavers.