Alfred asks Batman if they should warn the second bank of Gotham when looking at the list of places Two Face has been. The second bank of Gotham is Two Face's target in the opening of Batman Forever (1995). See more »
You knew there was something terribly wrong with me! You could have fixed me!
[He puts his face in his hands and looks up to reveal the scarring]
Now look at me!
I'm sorry, Harvey. I tried.
[the bridge he is standing begins to rock violently. He falls over the edge and screams as he falls toward lava]
Why couldn't you save me?
[He runs over to try to save him]
[Thomas and Martha Wayne are standing underneath a streetlight]
Why couldn't you save us, son?
[Bruce wakes up]
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Artwork & Richard Moll Add Spice To Psychology Yarn
"Two Face," actually Harvey Dent, district attorney, is on the rampage against gangster Rupert Thorne. After his latest attack on Thorne's bookie operation, the latter offers a two million dollar reward for anyone who gets "Two-Face."
Not a whole lot happens in this episode for much of it, which is the first time I can say that. It's mainly the ongoing story of Harvey's good and evil sides battling each other and the evil side continuing to do whatever he can do to ruin Rupert Thorne. The latter's henchmen and woman, however, make it tough on everyone. I like how the female calls him "Rupie."
John Moll, the big, bald dude from the hit TV show of the '80s, "Night Court," voices Harvey Dent - both of him, and does a fine job. The artwork in here continues to be superb. Some of the scenes remind me of some of the great art by Edward Hopper.
Overall, this two-part series on Harvey Dent's mental problems were the only so-so episodes, but they were still worth watching.
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