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Batman: Two Face Strikes Twice
1993 (2 Part Mini Series)
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2 Part Mini Series
Character
Robin
Role
Side kick
Rating
Writer
Mike W. Barr
Artist
Joe Staton
Title:
Book 1: Story 1: The Two Faces of Janus

Book 2: Story 2: The Secret of Janus
Story Arc:
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Summary:
This is a set of two graphic novels, published as a flip-book. One side gives a classic Two-Face story drawn in the style of the Golden Age. The other is a more contemporary tale featuring modern, painted art. Dick appears in the first story and Tim in the second as Robin. Dick plays the typical Sidekick role of the 1940s.

Story One - Two-Face is at odds with his ex-wife Gilda, believing their marriage failed because he was unable to give her a child. When she remarries Two-Face attempts to frame Janus as a criminal by kidnapping him and replacing him with a stand-in, whom Two-Face "disfigures" with makeup to make it look as if Janus has gone insane just as Two-Face had. Batman and Ropbin eventually catches Two-Face and puts him away, and Gilda and Janus reunite.

Story Two - Years later, Gilda gives birth to twins, prompting Two-Face to escape once more and take the twins hostage. In the end it is revealed that the Twins are actually Two Face's biological children and Batman uses this information to convince Two-Face to free the twins and turn himself in.