This book was great. In spite of John Romita Jr's art. (I'm really not a fan. I don't hate his art, but I don't really like it either.) It was non-stop action from cover to cover.
I'm guessing this is the Rebirth interpretation of Two-Face. I don't really remember his being exactly like this previously (so if he was, my bad.) He's more Jekyll & Hyde than ever before. Harvey and Two-Face being two distinct people sharing the same body. One emerges as the other one subsides.
The backstory is new, as far as I can tell. Bruce Wayne and Harvey Dent were childhood acquaintances and have a deeper history now than ever before.
The story itself is nuts. Two-Face has offered the fortunes of the top three crime bosses in Gotham to anyone who could take Batman down. This all happens as Batman is taking Two-Face on a road trip of sorts in order to put an end to the Two-Face side of Harvey for once and for good. And it's a great excuse to fit as many A, B, C and D-List villains into the story. It's brutal, but it's fucking great. I had a hard time putting this book down. I love Scott Snyder's Batman.
All-Star Batman Vol 1: My Own Worst Enemy
Writer: Scott Snyder
Artist: John Romita, Jr., Danny Miki, Tom Palmer, Sandra Hope, Richard Friend