TLH (and the sequel, Dark Victory), are two of Loeb's best all-time works. which means they still ain't that great, but they're worth reading. TLH outright steals from at least 3 or 4 other works of fiction, and has some pretty nonsensical plot twists, but the art is gorgeous and it's fun enough. plus i have a feeling next week's movie is gonna have a lot of similarities to the Two-Face stuff in TLH, so there's that.
as for other recommendations, i'd go instead with:
Strange Apparitions (the Englehart/Rogers run from the 70s)
A Lonely Place of Dying (Tim Drake's "origin")
10 Nights of the Beast (if you can find it)
Tales of the Demon (Ra's al Ghul goodness)
and i really liked Contagion, Cataclysm, No Man's Land, Legacy, Officer Down, and the Murderer/Fugitive trades.
there's a few more, but those are a good start.
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