Writer James Robinson
Artist Carmine Di Giandomenico
Colors Ivan Planscencia
Letters Rob Leigh
Cover Di Giandomenico & Plasnecia
Variant Cover Mark Brooks
Asst. Editor Dave Wielgosz
Editor Chris Conroy
Group Editor Jamie S. Rich
Dent and Batman at it again but also in a way never before seen. Kobra seemingly doing some small-time terrorism by trying to shoot up a gala. To the Kobra unit’s dismay, the gala had been cleared. Batman and Two-Face having their bases covered to set the place up for an ambush. Kobra is desperate and shoots on people, so the gala plan was a diversion all along. The real grand scheme was to poison Gotham’s water supply with a compound that would make its citizens follow the command of Kobra.
The death of Two-Face, what happened in the sewers? Batman and company recollect the situation in Gotham’s underbelly in their attempt to stop Kobra from poisoning the water supply. After Dent’s funeral, Bruce goes over everything that happened in the circumstances of Harvey’s death.
Flat out I love this issue, the artwork has this Street Fighter 4 type of calligraphy brush stroke style to it that really lends to its ease of reading. The tones of the writing matched up with such artwork make this a very good send off to Two-Face for at least a few issues. Compelling because it’s not very conventional in terms of what normally happens in a Batman comic. Rarely do we get the pleasure of seeing Batman actually work with one of his nemeses and through such interaction understand them better and here we learn that Two-Face is still Dent and they both love Gotham. Like Bruce, they appear to be more than willing to risk their lives for it to stay what it is, whether that be a good or bad thing.