*DC: One of the most sought-after comics of the early 1970s is Batman #234, the first post-Golden Age appearance of Two-Face. Crusading District Attorney Harvey Kent (later Dent) was horribly disfigured by an acid attack and became the bi-polar bad guy strongly reminiscent of (and inspired by, according to Bob Kane) Jekyll & Hyde. After a handful of appearances from 1942 through to the early 1950s, Two-Face was retired in favour of more Comics Code friendly, less horrific villains, but his triumphant comeback was in this issue, where writer Denny O’Neil and artist Neal Adams reinvented him as a more chilling nemesis than ever. In subsequent decades, Two-Face has become a major player in Batman’s Rogue’s Gallery, in multiple media. This key issue, with stunning Adams cover and interior artwork, is a beautiful VF copy, with unmarred deep cover colour and gloss, firm staples, and flexible interiors. A cents copy with no pence stamp or overprint, it is on sale for £195.