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Why Is Two-Face So Easy to Manipulate?

Last week we dissected the Two-Face Meets the Riddler scene in Batman Forever, and this week we’re going to revisit that scene and add a little twist. 1,021 more words

Movies

What Was That All About - The Dark Knight (2008)

Finding The Dark Knights conceit By M.Schinke Holy Cliched Introductions, Opinionnerds!

The release of director Christopher Nolan‘s The Dark Knight in 2008 is seen by many as a high water mark for comic book movies. 2,949 more words

Superhero Movies

The Elder Blog: Batman: The Telltale Series

I’m playing Batman: The Telltale Series. When I first heard of it, I was confused how that would even work. Telltale, for those who don’t know, is a game company that takes licensed properties and makes story-based games out of them. 407 more words

The Elder Blog

Batman's Detective Skills (Rebirth)

Always happy to see Batman using his brain to solve cases. We don’t need to see Batman dealing with crisis after crisis of world scale events. 56 more words

DC

Sword of the Spirit - Two Face #1010

SWORD OF THE SPIRIT                                                                                            1010

“Two Face”

Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you. Draw near to God, and he will draw near to you.  544 more words

Business As Mission

10 Things That Made Christopher Nolan's Dark Knight Trilogy the Best Set of Superhero Films of All Time.

The intensely hyped DC film Justice League came out, and unfortunately, most of the critics were disappointed. The film received mixed reviews, and most of them said that the grittiness of Batman, one of the greatest superheroes in comic book history, was lacking, or at times even lost. 1,369 more words

Bane

Batman: The Animated Series - "Two-Face: Part II"

Episode Number:  11

Original Air Date:  September 28, 1992

Directed by:  Kevin Altieri

Written by:  Randy Rogel

First Appearance(s):  None

“Two-Face Part II” cruelly aired originally on a Monday, meaning we had a whole weekend to get through to find out what became of Harvey Dent. 929 more words

Television