Supervillain Origins: Two-Face

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Supervillain Origins: Two-Face Inspired by Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, this villain made his debut appearance in 1941 as Gotham City’s District Attorney. Despite being a good-hearted man dedicated to the law, he harbored a dark side due to being abused by his father as a child. Developing schizophrenia, his dual personality remained hidden until a mob goon splashed acid on his face. Severely disfigured, his suppressed emotions bubbled to the surface. This split his mind into two conflicting polar opposites that required a coin flip to make decisions. Join WatchMojo.com as we explore the comic book origins of Two-Face.

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