mulder15's Batman and Robin #23.1 - A Tale of Two Faces review

A good exploration of Two-Face's character

Two-Face is a really interesting character who has kind of been in the background of New 52. Now is his time to shine. The best part of this story in my personal opinion, is his conversation with Scarecrow. Villain interactions are always fun to see and this conversation wasn't any different then usual. The stuff after this is enjoyable if not as interesting. I highly enjoyed seeing Two-Face's version of "justice" which was typical Two-Face. Overall a excellent issue.

4 1/2 stars out of 5

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