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"Part Two": Batman, who was by the bomb blast, and Commissioner Gordon are investigating Two-Face's escape from Arkham Asylum. Batman reports to Gordon that Two-Face wanted to say goodbye and he believes it

Batman: Jekyll and Hyde #2 is an issue of the series Batman: Jekyll and Hyde (Volume 1) with a cover date of July, 2005. It was published on May 18, 2005.

Synopsis for "Part Two"

Batman, who was by the bomb blast, and Commissioner Gordon are investigating Two-Face's escape from Arkham Asylum. Batman reports to Gordon that Two-Face wanted to say goodbye and he believes it was sincere, but neither of them can figure out what that means.

Two-Face is in hiding with his men. He meets a boy named Maurice, who asks him what happened to his face. Two-Face rewards him for his honesty with his silver dollar and warns him to spend it by next Thursday.

Gordon investigates the murder of forty-seven parishioners by their priest, who put cyanide in the communion wine. Batman, meanwhile, finds the body of Maurice. He is attacked by people whom he believes are brainwashed, and is brought before Two-Face. Batman connects Two-Face's brainwashed minions to Rousse's research. Two-Face pours Rousse's medication down Batman's throat.

Appearing in "Part Two"

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  • Pierre Rousse (Mentioned only)
  • Mike Meisinger (Deceased)
  • Murray Dent (Flashback only)
  • Maurice
  • Martha Wayne (In a photograph only)
  • Thomas Wayne (In a photograph only)

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