Harvey, Harvey, Harvey Dent! Which one is your favourite? What is Lando Calrissan doing in Gotham? Waiting to become Two-Face. Which never truly happened, which leaves me with mixed feelings: sadness for Williams that he couldn’t do something great with the role, and relief because we won’t see a Gothic African-American black-and-white-scarred Two-Face running around Gotham. Tommy Lee Jones... oh, please . I’m sorry Nolan fans, but Eckhart was also a fair letdown. He was the best compared to Williams or Jones, but he still seemed rather underused. The problem is he was mainly on the sidelines as a supporting role: he is seen as Bruce Wayne’s romantic rival, as the virtuous “White Knight” of Gotham as opposed to the vigilante Dark Knight, and finally (though gloriously) as the Joker’s “hidden ace” puppet; he didn’t get enough standalone scenes to really be his own character. According to the Batman Wiki, Eckhart’s Dent was meant to live and thus make a greater impact on Gotham City by being visible as a villain and breaking people’s faith and trust; instead they killed him off and put in the Dent Act, which to be fair was a great tool for Bane to use in breaking down Gotham. But still I don’t think Nolan's film really gave justice to Dent. Beyond this, ditching the split personality wasn’t right – a Nolanized schizo would have been awesome to see... Among the voices, Baker was good in his role, as was Remar (Hi Sideswipe! ) and Williams. But it’s Moll who is outstanding as the Harvey Dent who is tragically overwhelmed by his ugly alternate personality into becoming a duality-obsessed archvillain. Who knew that the mammoth bailiff from NIGHT COURT could give such an incredible performance? He gets my vote as the best ever Harvey Dent. For anyone wondering, I won’t do a Joker poll. That character is as iconic as the Bat himself, to the point where ALL his incarnations have their own fanbases (yes, even Caesar Romero). Besides, we all know who would win... Mark Hamill !