Dr. Hugo Strange performs an experiment to extract the evil from Joker, Riddler, Penguin, Egghead and Mr. Freeze. The device overloads and the resulting explosion hits Harvey Dent, who is transformed into Two-Face. Two-Face plunges Gotham into a crime spree, until he is arrested by Batman and Robin.

Batman vs. Two-Face is a 2017 animated movie set in the continuity of the 1966 TV series Batman. It is a sequel to Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders.

Synopsis for "Batman vs. Two-Face"

Dr. Hugo Strange performs an experiment to extract the evil from Joker, Riddler, Penguin, Egghead and Mr. Freeze. The device overloads and the resulting explosion hits Harvey Dent, who is transformed into Two-Face. Two-Face plunges Gotham into a crime spree, until he is arrested by Batman and Robin. Bruce Wayne pays a plastic surgeon to restore Harvey's face, and he looks cured. Meanwhile, a mysterious criminal is using King Tut and Bookworm as scapegoats.

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  • When Robin is "two-faced", Batman repeats the famous meme where he slaps Robin.
  • There is a scene in prison where Catwoman knocks out and exchanges places with Lucilee Diamond. When Lucilee finds herself dressed as Catwoman, she finds it "purrfect". It is ironic, because Lee Meriwether who voiced Lucilee also portrayed Catwoman in the 1966 original series.
  • Harvey Dent is shown to have the ability to change his scared face into a normal face and vice-versa.
  • By some time we believe that Harvey Dent and Two-Face are two distinct individuals. Harvey even calls Two-Face. But when at telephone, we can't see his lips when his Two-Face personna is talking. Actually, Harvey was talking to himself, probably effect of his mental disorder.
  • Lorenzo's Oil Refinery is an obvious reference to Lorenzo's Oil.
  • As in Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders, the credits scene shows Batman and Catwoman dancing, but also Robin, Aunt Harriet, Alfred and Two-Face.

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