You are Tearing Me Apart Two-Face!
As the cover states. Two-Face returns and goes on a killing rampage, only to meet a man who wants revenge.
For the first time since he started writing for the book instead of doing the art, I actually liked a Tony Daniel story. This issue involves Two-Face and what's left of the Falcone family. From what it seems like, because of something in the spoiler section below, this is going to be a story that drags Two-Face, once again, between the world of crime and vigilantism. A solid conclusion to the start of a new story.
Spoilers: Highlight the blacked out area if you REALLY want to ruin it for yourself.
At first, I hated the reveal at the end, which had Gilda Dent, Harvey's ex-wife, shooting the tied-up Two-Face. After rereading the issue, I really enjoyed the conclusion. Hopefully, Two-Face is still alive, since he was just "killed off" last year in Batman: Streets of Gotham because Two-Face on a revenge rampage would be pretty cool.
I'm still very skeptical about the story because of the things mentioned in the spoiler area. At the same time, this felt like a lot of the other Batman issues I've read in the past: Bad guy does something, Batman searches for the bad guy, big reveal involving the bad guy on the last page.
While I did enjoy the first issue of this new story, it felt like a lot of the same stuff I've been reading in Batman for years. There's a re-introduction to a new character and a big reveal at the end. The writing and art kept me satisfied, so did the story, but I'm still a bit skeptical about the issue. I'd recommend it highly to Two-Face fans. It's a must read for you guys. To everyone else, I say pick it up with caution.