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Tear Jerker: Arkham Asylum: A Serious House on Serious Earth
Two-Face's condition after the 'doctors' get through with him. Specifically, psychiatrist Dr. Adams took away his coin and replaced it with a die, giving him six options to choose from instead of two; she then moved on to a Tarot deck, and plans to complete the process with the I Ching. As a result, Two-Face has to consult his cards for every decision he makes—including using the bathroom. When Batman finds him, he's lying on the floor under a table, wetting himself because it took to long to choose. What makes it even worse is that Two-Face is genuinely apologetic for making a mess, which makes him sound like a sad, frightened child (an interpretation that lasts throughout the book). And Dr. Adams supports this.
The moon is so beautiful. It's a big silver dollar, flipped by God. And it landed scarred side up, see? So He made the world.