|Location of Publication||New York, New York|
|Story Location||New Jersey; Gotham City|
|Notes||Non barcode variant; Bat symbol instead. |
This story is reprinted in the following:
Batman: Featuring Two-Face and the Riddler
Two-Face: A Celebration of 75 Years (which also reuses Neal Adams' cover art)
This story served as the first retelling of Two-Face's origin in the Post-Crisis continuity. However, most of these events have been overwritten by the limited series Batman: The Long Halloween, which was loosely based on this story. Among the most notable differences in the stories are:
Adrian Fields and Vincent Moroni were given new names and slightly different fates in the new story.
Harvey Dent's traumatic childhood was not used again and therefore, it's unclear if it remains canon.
This story also refers to Harvey Dent's wife as Gilda Dent and Grace Dent, simultaneously. The name Gilda is the same name given to the character since the very first appearance in the Detective Comics #66. Grace is the name given to the character in the "Who's Who" entries of Detective Comics Annual #2.