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And Jason 1.0

Saw some original art from this issue online and realisd I'd always meant to share the issue. It's a minor story in many ways, Doug Moench writing the first of a sort of two part story which isn't major or "important", but to share Don Newton pencils with Alfredo Alcala inks and Adrienne Roy colours, is always a pleasure.

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First up, that cover )
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"Set in a world where the Joker is cured of his insanity and homicidal tendencies, The Joker, now known as “Jack,” sets about trying to right his wrongs. First he plans to reconcile with Harley Quinn, and then he’ll try to save the city from the one person who he thinks is truly Gotham City’s greatest villain: Batman!"

Preview here.
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About a year ago I posted some examples of Batman's troubled relationship with the Justice League. With "Tower of Babel" getting posted, here's a page from Brad Meltzer's JUSTICE LEAGUE OF AMERICA #0.



Full size after the cut. )
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With this we mark the end of my series of Two-Face anniversary posts. Thanks to all who read them.

As an aside, I recently discovered DC is putting out 'Two-Face: A Celebration of 75 Years' later this year. It should be interesting to see which of our selections overlap; if the placeholder cover is any indication, 'Eye of the Beholder' might be getting some recognition.

Scans under the cut... )
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Like many people, I think Batman: The Animated Series is the definitive take on the Batman mythos. The show's version of Two-Face in particular is without a doubt the best adaptation of the character as well. This story 'Fifty-Fifty' is a great one in my opinion and is worth reading for the scene involving Two-Face and a phone booth alone.

Scans under the cut... )
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I personally think J. M. DeMatteis is one of the most underrated comic writers out there. His most famous work is probably 'Kraven's Last Hunt' for obvious reasons but he was also responsible for 'Going Sane' with the Joker and this story, 'Crime and Punishment', featuring Two-Face.

Warning for child abuse and suicide.

Scans under the cut... )
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So for my final Rucka story I decided to do something a little bit different. 'This Issue: Batman Dies!' was an event that ran across the Bat-titles which featured various villains imagining how they would bump off the Caped Crusader. For his story, Rucka used the theme as a jumping off point and did an entire comic within a comic written by Harvey Dent and illustrated by Two-Face. The result is... see for yourself.

Scans under the cut... )

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