The Batman: Featuring Two-Face and The Riddler wiki last edited by Saren on 05/08/13 03:31AM View full history

A collection of Two-Face and Riddler stories, published to coincide with the release of Batman Forever . Featuring an introduction by Mark Hamill, and indexes of Two-Face and the Riddler's appearances in comics.

Stories included:

--Detective Comics #66; 68 (the first two Two-Face comics from the original Harvey Kent trilogy)

-- Detective Comics #140 (the first appearance of the Riddler)

--Batman #179

--Detective Comics #377

-- Secret Origins Special #1 (featuring a framing sequence and Riddler origin written by Neil Gaiman, Penguin origin by Alan Grant, and a Two-Face origin by Mark Verheiden)

-- Batman Annual #14 ("Eye of the Beholder," the Two-Face origin which influenced The Dark Knight.)

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This was one of the first comic book collections I got. I liked how I got to see some of the comics which are now out of print and REALLY REALLY expensive! This also started me on my way to becoming a fan of the Riddler. I liked the forward to this (how could you not, I mean its written by one of the best adaptations of the Joker! and Luke Skywalker!) it really expressed his opinion on the Comic world (or is it considered a Multiverse now? Well what ever) and how he enjoyed working and contribut...

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