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Harvey Dent, mainly known by his supervillain name Two-Face is a major antagonist in the adult animated series Harley Quinn. He appears as a minor antagonist in the first season, and a major antagonist in the second season. He was Gotham City's former District Attorney, who turns to crime after half of his face is disfigured and became one of Batman's greatest enemies. Two-Face is also the leader of the Injustice League.
Two-Face wears a black and white suit similar to what he wore in Batman: The Animated Series, as well as sharing bubbly blue skin complimented with dark red lips on his deformed section of the face.
Harvey Dent, or Two-Face, is a crime lord who is a resemblance of a typical mafia or mob boss in his actions. He is almost always calm under pressure, such as when Commissioner Gordon shot at him in the Gotham City police station he hardly flinched. He, like several other villains in Gotham, takes delight in essentially bullying Bane, insulting him directly or laughing at him. He believes in the existence of a "hierarchy" in the criminal underworld, with people at and above his status at the top. Like in many other interpretations of the character, he commonly decides the fate of others with the simplicity of a mere coin flip, giving his victims a decent chance of survival. He seemed to enjoy Harley's company in the season 1 episode, A High Bar, although later on, at the beginning of season 2, he becomes rather anti-Harley similarly to his remaining colleagues. He uses intimidation and threats to get what he wants, acting on his threats without hesitation if he originally fails, as seen when he and his goons shoot of the privates of multiple Gotham police officers when they refused to comply. The only person he has ever taken orders from The Joker. He hates coconut flavored sparkling water. Two-Face is cruel, vindictive, and incredibly ruthless.
Even before being a supervillain, Two-Face showed to have a decent amount of negative personality to be classified as a villain since he cared more about his re-election as state attorney than public safety and ruthlessly ordered the shot at Joker even though that shot could have killed both Harley Quinn and Joker at the same time.
Harvey Dent was a corrupt, opportunistic state attorney overseeing the Arkham Asylum for much of his life. The night before his reelection, the Joker revealed he had placed a bomb somewhere in Gotham. Dent, knowing he wouldn't win if the bomb exploded, asked for Dr Harleen Quinzel's help to make the Joker tell where the bomb was. In the end, it turned out the Joker had placed it inside an Arkham employee and used the explosion to escape. Dent pursued him with a group of guards and even ordered them to shoot to kill when finding him. However, they hesitated when they saw the Joker was carrying Harleen and it would be impossible to hit the Joker without hitting her too, something Dent didn't care about. In the end, one of the guards shot them but the bullet was stopped by Poison Ivy. Ivy then surrendered herself and the Joker to the guards and were arrested. Dent then tried to smooth things over with Harleen after trying to get her killed to which she spat on her face, calling him "two-face".
Some time after that, Harvey had an accident that left one side of his body horribly burned, leading him to a life of crime as the villain Two-Face. He would also become a member of the Legion of Doom.
Two-Face was one of the guests at Penguin's nephew's bat mitzvah, sitting at the same table as Scarecrow and Bane when Harleen, now Harley Quinn, crashed the party believing it was one of the Legion's enterprises. He then watched Penguin's nephew failing to kill Harley and then fought her and her allies alongside the other villains, cornering them until Harley questioned them about why they were following the Joker's orders. In the end, he lowered his weapons like the rest and Harley and her friends left the place.
Some time later, Harley and KGBeast were nominated to become members of the Legion of Doom and Two-Face and watch her being the winner at the Legion of Doom prospective member night, and later welcomed her on her first day as an official member.
After the Joker built his Joker Tower and destroyed both the Legion of Doom HQ and Gotham, Two-Face was one of the few supervillains who survived and joined forces with Penguin, Bane, Riddler and Mr. Freeze to take over Gotham's remains and split them into five territories under the control of each one of them, calling themselves the Injustice League. One of their first problems was the fact that their goons had abandoned them to become independent villains following Harley's advice. They then invited Harley to meet them and tell her about the need of a hierarchy in New Gotham, something she objected to. Because of that, Mr. Freeze turned her into a block of ice and was left at Penguin's Iceberg Lounge & Casino after Two-Face and the rest mocked her. Two-Face then went to his alloted territory at Gotham City Hall.
Months later, Harley was freed by her crew and managed to take down Penguin, Riddler and Mr. Freeze. Also, Batman recovered from his coma following the Joker Tower's fall, which scared Two-Face to the point of offering Bane, the other only remaining member of the Injustice League, a partnership to protect each other from their enemies. However, Two-Face called their association "Two Faces" and illuestrated their brand with a picture of himself. Two-Face claimed the shadow on his picture represented Bane and the "Two Faces" was a reference to both their faces, which Bane reluctantly accepted. Bane then went to supervise a weapon shipment at the docks when Batman attacked the place and accused Bane of being Two-Face's henchman. Bane broke Batman's legs and went back to Two-Face to firmly demand for his respect as equal partners, but Two-Face, as a way to be able to keep working without Bane bothering him, gave him control over a large pit in the desert, which Bane would turn into his own prison.
Two-Face and his goons then arrested Harley and Poison Ivy and put them on trial for their crimes against the Injustice League. Despite claiming to be inbiased, Two-Face and Bane acted as prosecutor and judge and put Man-Bat as Harley and Ivy's litigator. Bane quickly sentenced them to life in prison, throwing them to his pit in the desert. After that, Two-Face's hideout was raided by Commissioner Gordon and Batgirl, who managed to take his goons down and arrest him.
After Gotham's liberation from the villains by the Justice League, Two-Face is sent to Arkham Asylum with Gordon driving the police van. Two-Face Two-Face mocks Gordon for not receiving ing a key to the city like the other heroes and, after being locked in his cell, manipulated him into thinking he should run for mayor and do something big and heroic to win the public over, mentioning the upcoming wedding between Ivy and Kite Man and the large amount of villains that will be assisting. After convincing him, Two-Face tells Harley about it under the condition that she helps him to escape the asylum, which she reluctantly agrees. Once they're out, Two-Face tells Harley the details of Gordon's plan before they go their separate ways.
Harvey Dent before his transformation into Two-Face.
Unlike other versions of Two Face both in comics and in other adaptations, where he is portrayed as a young politician who wants to make a change in Gotham City by fighting against the corruption and injustice that exists, as well as truly seeking the well-being of the citizens of Gotham before his accident that turned him into Two Face, in this version portrays Dent before his accident as a selfish politician, more concerned with his reputation and than seeking his re-election as district attorney with the voters, than in dealing to clean Gotham City of crime, showing indifference both in the violent way in which Batman interrogates the Joker, getting to enjoy the violent spectacle, as well as preferring that the citizens risk being killed by the bomb planted by Joker instead of evacuate citizens to a safer place until the bomb is found just to keep their image clean.