Sneak peek at DC's 'Batman: The Dark Knight #2': The Fists of Two-Face -- EXCLUSIVE PREVIEW

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The debut issue of DC’s new series Batman: The Dark Knight left the Caped Crusader staring into the face of his old enemy Two-Face, who has apparently been rocking the Barry Bonds diet, judging by his new mega-muscles. (Ol’ Harvey Dent also noted that he’d prefer to be called “One-Face” from now on. Hey, he’s self-actualizing!) Next week’s B:TDK #2 kicks off with an extended fight between Batman and his supersized nemesis. Blood flows freely, but so does some attack philosophy. “Think how it would feel to lose all inhibition — to shed every shred of doubt!” exclaims One-Face. Suffice it to say that crying is involved.

You can read the full issue when it hits stores Oct. 26. For now, check out EW’s full sneak peek here. What do you think of Two-Face’s sinewy new look?

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  • LOL

    America loves crap.

    • LOL…

      Instead of crapping from your mouth, there is a hole by your rear-end. You should try pooping from there some time.

      • LOL

        DC Comics and all the Batman fanboys do enough pooping thank you very much.

  • Bijan

    I think thats “The Fury of Two Face”

    Not Fists…

  • Aimee

    …but, couldn’t everyone be called “One-Face”?

  • jeff

    Enjoyed the first issue and looking forward to issue #2. DC has done a great job of re-introducing classic characters to contemporary comic readers. Apologies to EW and DC for having to put up wiith all the negative attitudes and comments left in this section by trolls who use this as their only means of getting attention.

  • huangzhenwei

    Enjoyed the first issue and looking forward to issue #2. DC has done a great job of re-introducing classic characters to contemporary comic readers. Apologies to EW and DC for having to put up wiith all the negative attitudes and comments left in this section by trolls who use this as their only means of getting attention.
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  • Tommy

    Maybe I’m getting old; it seems a bit extreme to me, all of the over-muscled, graphic look of comics now. P.S. Agree with “Jeff” — the people who use this forum to attack each other or posts “dating services” really detract from the intention of this feature. EW, perhaps hire an intern that can delete all of these posts here and elsewhere on your site.

  • An Average Sized Mustache

    Darren! You should do a write-up of Batman Odyssey. Hands down the most (unintentionally?) weird Batman comic out there.

  • jeff

    I just read the first issue of Batman Odyssey yesterday, and I agree with you, that IS the most weird Batman comic out there!

  • Tony

    Damn, that splash image, those don’t look like veins popping out, they look like strings or tubes or snakes stuck to his skin. Isn’t it funny how whenever they revamp a male villain, they give him huge muscles and ramp up the scary factor. but when it’s time to revamp a female villain, all they do is have her wear a skimpier costume and ramp up the sex-appeal. Ugh

  • Temp

    So was Bane actually Harvey Dent in a wresling mask all along?!?!

  • John

    The real focus should be on Batman’s real relaunch by writer Scott Snider, author of American Vampire–this kid is the real deal.

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