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When a food fight breaks out in Arkham Asylum, more than meals gets splattered. To protect himself, White attempts to gain the favor and protection of a rather well known villain: Two-Face. But how do you trust a guy whose very name implies anything but?

Life in Arkham Asylum continues to be hell for Warren White, and Jeremiah Arkham is a lot less sympathetic than Anne Carver was, partly due to his own pension plans being scuppered by White's crimes. Dr Arkham asks lifer Humpty Dumpty for help when a mirror is smashed - Dumpty can put anything back together. Soon, after one too many attack by his fellow inmates, White forms an alliance with Two-Face, becoming his "coin boy", but this does not prove advantageous when Death Rattle threatens his life and Two-Face refuses to help due to the result of a coin toss. Humpty Dumpty, however, has worked out Death Rattle's plans and arranges for White to move cells to share with him in order to save his life.

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Stab him with a fork in the name of science. 0

We start off this time with a scene of Two-Face injuring his hand smashing Mad Hatter's mirror, a scene of Cash lamenting the loss of his hand as well as mourning the loss of Dr. Carver whom he had a thing for, and finally a flashback of Warren as a Big Shot CEO setting his assistant up as the fall guy for one of his shady dealings, thus ruining his life and eventually causing him to commit suicide. Our story resumes proper with the Asylum's administrator, Dr. Jeremiah Arkham, shredding all of t...

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