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Two-Face sketch card by PaulHanley Two-Face sketch card by PaulHanley
Batman's Rogues' Gallery sketch card #08
2.5" x 3.5" ink on Bristol.

Gotham's tragically insane ex-District Attorney, Harvey Dent.

RIDDLE ME THIS, BATMAN: Harvey's latest crime appears to be interfering with Gotham Central's paperwork. Bag of invisible bat-cookies to anyone who can figure out what the booking # and date were before Two-Face rearranged them. HINT: Half the answer is in front of you- but it's not as easy as it might look...

RIDDLER'S DAILY DOUBLE: For those detectives who can descramble Two-Face's work- why did these digits cause dually-deluded DA Dent to "flip out" in the first place???
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SaneFangirl Jul 7, 2012
Heh. I love these sketch cards.
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:iconchannelumptythree:
I did see the answer but I also thought that there was more to the riddle

I thought that 101101 was binary code for a number. you know with Two Face's love of the number 2 I figured if any Batman rogue knew how to count in binary it would be him... natuarally I was expecting 22.
Nope its 45

nice riddle though
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saintvulcan Feb 13, 2010  Student General Artist
GCPD 19019 101101?
Right? lol
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PaulHanley Feb 13, 2010  Professional
Very close- it's 19061 101101. Someone caught it already further up in the comments. Both numbers are the same when turned upside down.
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saintvulcan Feb 14, 2010  Student General Artist
argh!
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nintendofan101 Feb 13, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
cool..
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Dreki-K Feb 12, 2010  Hobbyist General Artist
Nice! I love the riddles with the numbers :D
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:iconstormsong0702:
Okay, here's my guess:

The original numbers read:
GCPD
19091
101101

Two-Face flipped out because the digits were a perfect mirror image of each other. His own "mirror image", both mentally and physically, being flawed, he had to re-arrange the digits to reflect it.
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PaulHanley Dec 18, 2009  Professional
You're sssooooooo damn close on all counts... I'm tempted to declare ya the winner on this one. You're absolutely thinking the right way- "GCPD" and "101101" are correct, BUT "19091" is one digit off. Here're some hints: 1) the position of "PD" is a clue, as is the manner in which "101101" was defaced; 2) five numbers between 0 and 9 have a common trait: 0, 9, 1 (arguably, and somewhat depending on how it's written), 8, and...
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:iconstormsong0702:
Six. So '19061' would have been the original number.
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