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And remember, stirring the pot is, simply put, an old idiom that means agitating a situation to cause a reaction, trouble, unrest, or even dissent. Kinda like what Loki does. But on the internet. And with less death involved.
Got it? Good. So what are you waiting for? You’ve read my opinions (on Tuesday) and those either sparked you to jump on the bandwagon, form an uneasy alliance with me for the time being, or possibly start planning your own top ten list of reasons why I’m a jackass. Either way, it’s all good.
This week’s question: What are your favorite Two-Face stories of all time?
Go forth. Conquer. And take no prisoners!
Two of a Kind – a Black and White story
Two Face has never really been the most interesting character to me – he has a lot of potential, but most of them times he just seems like a visually-interesting gangster. Then again, under the wrong writer (i.e. most of them), so does pretty much any villain, I guess.
My favorites are his Gotham Central arc and the Rucka stories that set that arc up, the Batman Chronicles/Detective Comics ones set during No Man’s Land. You got both of those on there, so I can’t complain, but I guess I’ll have to check out Face the Face sometimes, as I haven’t read it and it sounds intriguing.
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