Headscratchers: Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth
When Batman is surrounded by the inmates, he suggest to let Two Face decide his destiny and gives him a coin. Harvey reluctantly gets it and announces: He's free. At the final scene, we see him staring at the coin. It has the bad side. Does this mean Harvey lied to save Batman, or that he thinks that Batman punishment is to continue living in a mad world?
Morrisson seems to be suggesting in the script that Two-Face is sparing the Batman as an act of compassion.
That could explain why Harvey throw out the cards, he is already free.
Anyone has any idea why the Scarecrow doesn't appear in this comic? Or he does appear, but I missed him? I think he is particularly convenient to show in a work like Arkham Asylum, but I didn't see him.
Now my question is: Why Morrisson didn't give him some lines? He is a psychology professor, well read, and it could have been interesting.
It's a worthwhile question (Scarecrow is also conspicuously missing from the files at the end). I'd be hard pressed to think of Morrison ever having written the Scarecrow (feel free to correct me). Perhaps he dislikes the character for some reason.
I think Morrison gave Professor Crane, The Scarecrow true identity, a cameo in Gothic, A Romance as a teacher for young Bruce, in one of Batman's allucinations.