Batman '66: The Lost Episode #1
Place of Publication
New York City, New York
66 p. ; 6.75 x 10.25 "
A special issue of DC Comics' Batman '66, a series of Batman comics told in the style and with the likenesses of the late-60s Batman television series. This issue features an adaptation of the never filmed treatment by Harlan Ellison, that would have featured the first appearance of Two-Face as a villain on the show. This prestige format comic features the adaptation, the full set of uninked pencils for the story, a sketchbook of art by artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez, and the text of the original treatment for "The Two-Way Crimes of Two-Face" by Harlan Ellison.
The Two-Way Crimes Of Two-Face!
The comic was released with two covers: the standard painted cover by Alex Ross and a variant cover by interior artist Jose Luis Garcia-Lopez.