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Harvey's the good one. He has to be. Otherwise... what am I?
~ Two-Face
Who do you think I am-- the Riddler? This is no game I play! This is obsession! I do what I do because of what fate has made me-- not because I enjoy "matching wits" with the Batman! Nor do I particularly care to make his life hell-- as the Joker does! Fate has cursed me with duality-- and I decided long ago that it is my ugly, evil side which dominates! Similarly, Batman's fate-given destiny is to oppose evil and ugliness. I act and he reacts! Let him come! I never run!!
~ Two-Face

Harvey Dent, or also mainly known by his supervillain name Two-Face, is a recurring villain from DC Comics, most notably appearing as the secondary antagonist in the Batman series. He was Gotham City's former District Attorney, who turns to crime after half his face is disfigured. He decides whether or not to commit a crime by flipping his lucky coin, one side of which is scarred: if "good heads" comes upon a flip, he abides by the law; and if "bad heads" comes up, he commits a crime. Since the 1990s, DC's writers have depicted him as suffering from bipolar or dissociative identity disorder, with his "evil" personality in a constant battle with his former, "good" self.

Biography

Post-Crisis

Harvey Dent was raised in a dysfunctional household, frequently being beaten by his alcoholic father, causing him to develop bipolar disorder and paranoia. However, his hard work ethic led him to becoming appointed as Gotham City's District Attorney at the age of 26; the youngest on record. 

While prosecuting criminal boss Sal Maroni, Maroni threw acid in Dent's face before Batman could intervene, horrendously disfiguring the left side of his face. This drove Dent insane with anger, and he adopted the criminal persona Two-Face.

He now makes all of his decisions with his double-headed coin with one side defaced and, due to their history with each other, is one of the arch-enemies of Batman (along with the Joker and Ra's al Ghul), but a close friend of Bruce Wayne, as well as every one of the Robins.

New 52

Two-Face's origin and history was altered for the New 52. In this continuity, Harvey Dent was abused as a child by his father, a corrupt businessman. After Harvey's father went to prison for fraud, he was sent to a rehabilitation center, where he met young billionaire Bruce Wayne, who was sent there for help in coping with his parents' deaths. The pair formed a pact, in which each of them would kill the other's tormentor when they got older (Harvey's father and Joe Chill, respectively). However, after Harvey's father was released from prison, he showed remorse for his past actions and wanted to become a better person and father to his son. Because of his father's redemption, Harvey backed out of the pact he made with Bruce, wanting to give his father a second chance. Although Bruce thought this was an incredibly naive move at the time, these events would have a major influence on him becoming Batman later in life.

Harvey and Bruce would continue to be friends as they grew older, with Bruce introducing Harvey to his future wife Gilda Gold and suggesting he run for district attorney. Harvey locks up many criminals with the help of Batman and Commissioner Gordon. However, tragedy strikes when Erin McKillen, a criminal whom Harvey prosecuted, takes revenge against him by killing Gilda. Erin also kidnaps Harvey and disfigures him by pouring acid on the left side of his face, transforming him into Two-Face.

Two-Face eventually attempts to kill McKillen, but Batman stops him and puts him in Arkham Asylum, beginning their feud. Years later, McKillen returns to Gotham City after several years in hiding to kill Two-Face, and thus reassert her control of her family's criminal operations. Her return sparks a climactic battle between her, Two-Face, and Batman. Two-Face scars McKillen with the same acid she used on him, but Batman stops him from killing her. Batman and Two-Face continue battling, with Batman trying to convince his foe to end his vendetta. Two-Face then calls Batman, "Bruce", revealing that he knows Batman's secret identity. Two-Face reveals that he struggled internally for quite some time over whether to kill his former friend, but decided not to because it would have violated his sense of justice. He disappears after the battle and Batman is unable to track him. Several panels of Batman and Robin #28 imply that Two-Face committed suicide by shooting himself in the head.

DC Rebirth

In the DC Rebirth reboot, Two-Face's implied death is retconned, and he now has Killer Moth, Firefly, and Black Spider as henchmen. Following a confrontation, Batman takes Two-Face into his custody, until they both have to fight KGBeast. They defeat KGBeast, but are badly injured. Batman nurses Two-Face back to health, but Two-Face suspects Batman of trying to betray him and rubs acid in his eyes.

Two-Face and Batman mend their relationship somewhat in order to face off against KGBeast, the Penguin, and Black Mask. Batman tells Two-Face that he can cure Two-Face's split personality. Two-Face tells Batman that he will not remove the poisonous clouds over Gotham unless Batman hands it over. In the end, Batman injects the "cure", which turns out to be a sedative that renders Two-Face unconscious. Batman then takes Two-Face back to Arkham.

Films

Batman (1989)

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Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent.

A pre-scarred Harvey Dent appeared in Batman released in 1989 played by Billy Dee Williams. Harvey Dent was elected as Gotham's new DA on taking down the wave of crime occurring in Gotham.

Dent was originally to be in the sequel Batman Returns, where he would be scarred in the film's finale when electrocuted by Catwoman, setting him up for his role as the villain in the third film. However Dent was replaced with new character Max Shreck played by Christopher Walken.

Batman Forever

Main article: Two-Face (Batman Forever)

In this film, Two-Face appears as one of the two main antagonists. He was portrayed by Tommy Lee Jones.

The Dark Knight

Main article: Two-Face (Nolanverse)

In The Dark Knight, Two-Face's version is a darker fallen hero. He was portrayed by Aaron Eckhart.

Batman: Year One

A pre-disfigured Harvey Dent appears in the animated movie Batman: Year One.

Batman vs. Two-Face

Main article: Two-Face (Batman vs Two-Face)

Two-Face appeared as the titular main antagonist in the 2017 animated film Batman vs. Two-Face. He was voiced by William Shatner.

Animation

Batman: The Animated Series

Main article: Two-Face (DC Animated Universe)

Batman Beyond

In the episode "Terry's Friend Dates a Robot", Batman fights an android version of Two-Face as part of his training. Also in the movie that went along with the show called "Batman Beyond: the Return of Joker" a wax statue of Two-Face makes a cameo in the Batcave.

Justice League

In the episode "A Better World", a parallel version of him is seen lobotomized in a parallel Arkham Asylum.

Batman: The Brave and the Bold

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Two-Face as he appears in The Brave and the Bold

Two-Face appears in the Batman: The Brave and the Bold episode "Legends of the Dark Mite". This version is modeled after his first appearance in the Golden Age comics. He, along with the Joker, Catwoman, the Riddler, Killer Moth, Mr. Freeze, Kite Man, the Mad Hatter, the Penguin, Catman, and several other villains are shown briefly in Bat-Mite's imagination. Bat-Mite even falls into an over-sized coin that lands on bad heads.

In a later appearance in "The Fate of Equinox!", Two-Face who is voiced by James Remar, orders his henchmen to try and kill Batman. After flipping his coin with a good heads result, he ends up teaming up with him against the henchmen. Before he could make his next flip, he is knocked out by Batman.

He later makes a cameo in the episode "Mayhem of the Music Meister" as a prisoner in Arkham Asylum.

His original voice actor from Batman the Animated Series later reprises his role in the episode "Chill of the Night" where he attends a weapons auction held by Joe Chill along with a bunch of other Batman villains but is knocked out by Batman. When the building collapses he manages to escape.

In the episode "The Mask of Matches Malone" he and his gang steal a robe that gives whoever where's it 9 lives. Batman, Huntress, Black Canary, and Catwoman disguise themselves as criminals and sneak into his auction for the robe however when they try to fight him, Batman gets amnesia and thinks that he is a crime boss and steals the robe and later becomes a bigger and better crime boss then Dent who wants to stop him but his whenever he flips his coin it lands on the good side.

When Batman is up to his last life Dent (realizing that Batman is not going to stop the new crime boss) actually dresses up as Batman, pretends to be him, and fights Batman. Batman beats him however he then falls off a building and regains his memory. He later takes Two-Face back to Arkham.

In the episode "Crisis 23,000 miles Above Earth he makes a cameo in a roast for Batman.

Beware The Batman

Beware The Harvey

In Beware The Batman, Harvey Dent is the District Attorney after the black-out six months ago. Dent wants to solve Gotham City's "cape and mask crisis" through his Special Crimes Unit, and targets Batman and Katana as part of the problem.

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Two Face

He was scarred in an explosion caused by Dane Lislow which turned out to be an anagram for Slade Wilson.

Harley Quinn (TV series) 

Two Face appears in DC Universe's adult animation series Harley Quinn.

Video Games

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Two-Face as seen in the Character Bios.

Batman: Arkham Asylum

Two-Face is never seen in person in the video game Batman: Arkham Asylum. One of the Riddler's riddles revolves around him. It is also mentioned that Two-Face and his gang robbed a bank at the end of the game.

Character Bio

He does have an entry in the Character Bios. His profile states:

District Attorney Harvey Dent was one of Batman’s strongest allies in Gotham City, until a criminal threw acid in Dent’s face, hideously scarring him. The wounds fractured his psyche, and he was reborn as a schizoid criminal mastermind, obsessed with duality.

His former good-luck charm, a “two-headed” trick silver dollar, was damaged on one side in the attack, and Dent has seized on it as a reflection of his half-scarred visage. He flips it to decide the fates of his victims. Despite Batman’s efforts to reform his former ally, Dent is consumed by his fixation on chance, and his crimes are designed to prove out his diametric philosophy.

Batman: Arkham City

Main article: Two-Face (Arkhamverse)
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Two-Face in Arkham City.

Two guns, bitch!
~ Two-Face about to kill Catwoman.

Two-Face serves as an antagonist of Batman: Arkham City. He plays a minor role in the main storyline, but serves as the central antagonist of Catwoman's story. His appearance in Arkham City is similar to his appearance in The Dark Knight.

At the beginning of the game, Two-Face captures Catwoman, and was planning to dump her in a vat of acid, but giving her a fair trial. When Batman found out that Catwoman was captured by Two-Face he goes to the courthouse to rescue her. After Batman rescued Catwoman, Two-Face disappeared, and wasn't seen or heard from until the end of the Catwoman story arc.

While playing as Catwoman, Two-Face's thugs were trying to figure out where Catwoman lives so they can get their revenge. When Two-Face eventually found out where she lived, he stole Catwoman's jewels, sold half of them to his thugs, and placed a bomb in her home. When Catwoman was attacked by Two-Face's thugs, she interrogated one of them to figure out where Two-Face was. Two-Face moved his lair to the Museum since the courthouse was destroyed by Hugo Strange. After Catwoman found Two-Face she defeated him and knocked him out cold.

Injustice Gods Among Us

Two-Face made a cameo in the Harley Quinn Star Lab Mission, Flip of the Coin, where he is standing by the battle between Harley Quinn and Catwoman and flips a coin to determine which person to shoot at.

Batman: Arkham Knight

Two-Face reappears in Batman: Arkham Knight in which he teams up with other criminals under Scarecrow to kill Batman.

Television

Gotham

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Harvey Dent in Gotham.

I want what you want, Jim. I want to make this city a better place.
~ Harvey Dent to James Gordon.

A younger pre-disfigured version of Harvey Dent appears in the TV Series Gotham and is played by Nicholas D'Agosto. He debuts in the episode "Harvey Dent" in its first season, and appears in further two episodes "Lovecraft" and "Everyone Has a Cobblepot". He returns as a regular character in season 2 during its seventh episode "Mommy's Little Monster" and makes his final appearance in the season 2 episode "Mr. Freeze".

Harvey Dent is an Assistant District Attorney in Gotham City, who James Gordon turns to in hope of solving the Wayne Murders. Although not a villain in this series (as of yet) Dent does use the Wayne Murders to go after corrupt businessman and billionaire Dick Lovecraft and seems convinced he is responsible for the murder of Thomas and Martha Wayne (in which it turns out later not to be the case).

He and Bruce would be friends first, before they become enemies. Dent also seems to have a temper problem because when Lovecraft mocks him, Dent loses his cool and threatens him with violence, howeve,rhe returns to his normal self, somewhat unaware of what he just did. When Lovecraft is killed by an assassin Copperhead, Mayor Aubrey James covers it up putting it down to suicide over the stress and James Gordon ends up being demoted to a security guard at Arkham Asylum. Howeve,r Gordon is later given his job back at the Gotham City Police Department.

In the second season Dent works on getting an arrest warrant for Oswald Cobblepot after his attempt to kill the new upcoming Mayor Theo Galavan (who is actually the main villain of the second season). He is later seen at a party when Theo is sworn in and sings his praises. The party is interrupted when Cobblepot and his men attempt to put a hit out on Theo but fail. When Theo is arrested for the kidnapping of former mayor Aubrey James, Dent drops his support for him and acts as a prosecutor at Theo's trial, although Theo is released as he had James threatened to name Cobblepot as the one responsible for kidnapping him.

After Theo is murdered, Dent questions Gordon over his involvement, and pertaining to an incident in which Gordon, along with Alfred Pennyworth, Cobblepot, Selina Kyle and Harvey Bullock ambushed Theo's penthouse and wiped out members of the Order of St. Dumas in order to rescue a kidnapped Bruce Wayne. Gordon claims that Cobblepot and his men made off with Theo before Gordon could stop the, and that Gordon had to tend to his pregnant girlfriend Lee Thompkins. Although Dent isn't convinced, Gordon is let free to go without charge due to lack of evidence.

Even though Harvey Dent never transforms into Two-Face in the show, there is some foreshadowing during the first season to his future fate, such as his face being half cast in shadow during several scenes. And during an interaction with Dick Lovecraft, Dent explodes ina to rage and threatens him, only to then revert back to normal, seemingly being unaware of his outburst and hinting at a darker side to his character, although it isn't further explored in the show.

Titans

Two-Face makes a cameo in the season 1 finale of Titans titled "Dick Grayson". In the episode Grayson is transported into a dream world created by Trigon in which Batman goes on a killing spree, which includes targeting his rogues' gallery. Two-Face is one of them,since his dead body could be seen holding his coin in his cell at Arkham Asylum.

The series also mentions Harvey Dent being disfigured with acid by the Maroni crime family.

Holy Musical Batman

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Two-Face in Holy Musical Batman.

In Holy Musical Batman, Two-Face was a little different. He wasn't as serious as he was in other media. He wanted to join the Rogue Councils, but he was rejected, and he wasn't invited. He makes puns using the number two, and he did flip his coin like in the other media, though.

Quotes

Harvey might feel bad about this, but we'll bring him around.
~ Two-Face's game over in Batman Arkham Knight right before he is about to kill Batman.

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Theatrical Movies
Batman (1966): Joker | Catwoman | Penguin | Riddler
Batman (1989): Joker | Bob Hawkins | Alicia Hunt | Carl Grissom | Max Eckhardt | Vinnie Ricorso | Joe Chill
Batman Returns: Penguin | Red Triangle Circus Gang (Organ Grinder, Poodle Lady, Tattooed Strongman, Stungun Clown, Thin Clown, Fat Clown, Sword Swallower & Knifethrower Dame) | Max Shreck | Catwoman | Charles "Chip" Shreck
Batman: Mask of the Phantasm: Phantasm | Joker | Salvatore Valestra | Arthur Reeves | Chuckie Sol | Buzz Bronski
Batman Forever: Riddler | Two-Face | Sugar | Spice | NygmaTech (Frogmen) | Neon Gang (Neon Gang Leader) | Salvatore Maroni
Batman & Robin: Poison Ivy | Mr. Freeze | Bane | Snowy Cones Thugs | Golums | Jason Woodrue
Batman Begins: Ra's al Ghul | League of Shadows (Ra's Decoy) | Scarecrow | Carmine Falcone | Victor Zsasz | Joe Chill
The Dark Knight: Joker | Joker's Thugs (Thomas Schiff, Chuckles, Kilson, Bus Driver, Happy, Dopey, Grumpy & Bus Driver) | Two-Face | Sal Maroni | The Chechen | Gambol | Lau | Bank Manager | Michael Wuertz | Burmese Bandit
The Dark Knight Rises: League of Shadows (Bane, Talia al Ghul & Barsad) | Catwoman | John Daggett
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice: Lex Luthor | Doomsday | Anatoli Knyazev | Mercy Graves | Cesar Santos | Amajagh | Joe Chill | Zod | Joker | Steppenwolf
Suicide Squad: Eyes of the Adversary (Enchantress & Incubus) | Suicide Squad (Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, El Diablo, Killer Croc, Slipknot & Amanda Waller) | Joker's Gang (Joker, Jonny Frost, Panda Man & Monster T) | Griggs
The Lego Batman Movie: Joker | Harley Quinn | Phantom Zone Criminals (Zod, Sauron, Kraken, Lord Voldemort, Jaws & Gremlins) | Catwoman | Poison Ivy | Two-Face | Bane | Riddler
Joker: Clowns (Joker, Clown & Ambulance Clown) | Penny Fleck | Randall | Wall Street Three | Penny Fleck's Boyfriend

Direct-to-video Movies
Batman & Mr. Freeze: SubZero: Mr. Freeze | Dr. Gregory Belson
Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker: Joker | The Jokerz (Chucko, Dee-Dee, Ghoul, Woof & Bonk) | Harley Quinn
Batman: Mystery of the Batwoman: Penguin | Bane | Rupert Thorne | Carlton Duquesne
The Batman vs. Dracula: Dracula | Penguin | Joker
Superman/Batman: Public Enemies: Lex Luthor | Major Force | Metallo | Amanda Waller | Toyman | Solomon Grundy | Gorilla Grodd | Killer Frost | Lady Shiva | Giganta | Mongul | Captain Cold
Batman: Under the Red Hood: Jason Todd | Joker | Black Mask | Ra's al Ghul | Riddler
Superman/Batman: Apocalypse: Darkseid | Female Furies (Granny Goodness, Gilotina, Mad Harriet, Lashina & Stompa) | Doomsday
Batman: Year One: Batman | Commissioner Loeb | Carmine Falcone | Arnold John Flass | Catwoman | Joker
Batman: The Dark Knight Returns: Batman | Joker | Mutant Leader | Ellen Yindel | Harvey Dent | Selina Kyle
Son of Batman: Deathstroke | League of Assassins (Ra's al Ghul & Talia al Ghul) | Ubu | Killer Croc | Man-Bats
Batman: Assault on Arkham: Suicide Squad (Amanda Waller, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, Killer Frost, King Shark, Black Spider, KGBeast) | Joker | Riddler | Penguin | Scarecrow | Victor Zsasz | Bane | Two-Face | Poison Ivy
Batman vs. Robin: Court of Owls (Samantha Vanaver, Talon, Owls Lieutenant, & Talon Warriors) | Dollmaker
Batman Unlimited: Animal Instincts: Animalitia (Penguin, Killer Croc, Man-Bat, Cheetah & Silverback)
Batman Unlimited: Monster Mayhem: Joker | Scarecrow | Clayface | Silver Banshee | Solomon Grundy
Batman: Bad Blood: League of Assassins (Talia al Ghul, The Heretic, Onyx, Firefly, Tusk, Mad Hatter, Electrocutioner, Hellhound, Calculator, & Killer Moth) | Black Mask
Batman: The Killing Joke: Joker | Vinnie & Joe | Paris Franz
Batman Unlimited: Mechs vs. Mutants: Penguin | Mr. Freeze | Cheetah | Hush | Mad Hatter | Two-Face | Bane | Chemo | Killer Croc | Clayface | Joker | Dr. Kirk Langstrom
Batman: Return of the Caped Crusaders: Joker | Penguin | Riddler | Catwoman | Archer | Black Widow | Bookworm | Clock King | Egghead | False Face | King Tut | Louie the Lilac | Mad Hatter | Minstrel | Mr. Freeze | Sandman | Shame | Siren
Batman and Harley Quinn: Harley Quinn | Poison Ivy | Floronic Man
Batman vs. Two-Face: Two-Face | Hugo Strange | Catwoman | King Tut | Bookworm | Joker | Penguin | Riddler | Clock King | Egghead | Mr. Freeze | Shame | Harley Quinn
Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold: Riddler | Clayface | Joker | Mr. Freeze | Catwoman | Penguin | Harley Quinn | Poison Ivy
Batman: Gotham by Gaslight: Jack the Ripper | Barbara-Eileen Gordon | Selina Kyle | Harvey Dent | Hugo Strange | Ivy
Suicide Squad: Hell To Pay: Professor Zoom | Suicide Squad (Amanda Waller, Deadshot, Harley Quinn, Captain Boomerang, Bronze Tiger, Copperhead, Black Manta, Punch, Jewelee, & Count Vertigo) | Killer Frost | Blockbuster | Silver Banshee | Vandal Savage | Knockout | Scandal Savage | Professor Pyg | Tobias Whale | League of Assassins (Deathstroke) | Two-Face
Batman Ninja: Joker | Harley Quinn | Catwoman | Gorilla Grodd | Bane | Penguin | Poison Ivy | Deathstroke | Two-Face
Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Foot Clan (Shredder & Baxter Stockman) | League of Assassins (Ra's al Ghul & Ubu) | Joker | Penguin | Harley Quinn | Mr. Freeze | Scarecrow | Two-Face | Poison Ivy | Bane
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