The new Dark Knight trailer is finally up for the masses in HD. As we reported, this trailer gives you the first glimpse of the new Batman bad boy, in all his alarming, grisly greatness. And we have some images of this villain's previous appearances, for comparison purposes.

The dashing White Knight of Gotham, Harvey Dent, appears to have it all in this trailer. Looks, integrity and the Dark Knight's lady Rachel Dawes. I can't wait until he loses it all with a face full of acid.

In an interview to the LA Times actor Aaron Eckheart leaked a bit of information on what the disfigured DA will be like:

I can tell you that, basically, when you look at Two-Face, you should get sick to your stomach. Being the guy under all that, well, that was a lot of fun for me. It's like you would feel if you met someone whose face had pretty much been ripped off or burned off with acid. I can't talk about it beyond that because I don't want to give away too much of the plans by Chris.
Here's the first screen grab of Two-Face along with a few other past character representations of Two-Face from the ghosts of Batman's past.

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Take a gander at the burnt flesh along his nose, to quote The Riddler inBatman Forever , "That's never going to heal if you don't stop picking."

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Tommy Lee Jones as Two-Face Batman Forever (1995). The only part I thought was interesting to this interpretation were the girlfriends for his duo-personalities Sugar (Drew Barrymore) and Spice (Debi Mazar).













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Two-Face in Batman: The Animated Series (1992-1994)







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Two-Face on the cover of Batman Annual #14(1990).



















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Billy Dee Williams as Harvey Dent Batman (1989)
It's a shame we never got to see what Billy Dee could have done for the character of Two-Face. He could have really added a little pizazz to the part with his attitude and fancy boutonniere. Besides who doesn't want to see Two-Face sport a mustache (I bet the evil side's mustache would have been pencil thin).



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One of the few Two-Face covers from the Detective Comics where he was introduced (1942).























[LA Times via Comics2film] [HD Trailer at WhySoSerious]