|AKA:||Candace, Detective Leopold|
|Affiliations:|| Rupert Thorne|
|Voiced by:||Diane Michelle|
- Not to be confused with Candide.
Candice was the seductive "secretary" of Rupert Thorne.
Candice was less conspicuous than most of Thorne's other employees, and so she was perfect to gather information about Harvey Dent. She quickly learned of his bipolar disorder, and stole his file from his psychiatrist's office.
With the file, Thorne tried to force Dent to cooperate. He sent his thugs to take him to an abandoned factory, where Thorne and Candice were waiting. After Dent freaked out and attacked Thorne, Batman showed up. Candice just sat there, and watched all the men in the room fight, quite content to be ignored. All went well until a stray bullet caused an explosion, turning Dent into Two-Face.
As Two-Face rose to power, Candice kept a close tab on his doings. And most of his doings involved stealing from Thorne. She and Frankie dressed up as police officers to get Grace Lamont tell them where he was. She quickly gained the emotional woman's trust, and gave her a transmitter she could activate when Harvey tried to contact her. The bet paid off; they traced the couple to the Wild Deuce club.
As the two adversaries fought their war against each other and Batman, Candice again chose a role on the sidelines. She tried to sneak up on Two-Face to hit him in the head with a flowerpot, but Grace attacked her. She was knocked into a wall, and arrested when the police showed up.
Candice served as Thorne's liaison with Bane when her employer hired the Cuban powerhouse. She had figured out by now she was too smart to be an underling, and tried to seduce Bane into killing her boss. Bane played along, taking Candice into his plan to kill Batman.
Candice was considerably less patient than her new "boyfriend". Bane had already captured Robin, and Candice was eager to unmask him. Bane wanted to keep him around as bait for Batman. He waited for him at an old cargo ship, where he threatened to drown Robin. Batman showed up, and after he had freed Robin, took on Bane. Robin took on Candice in the water. Robin gains the upper hand until she managed to escape, and returned to Thorne's office.
Candice did not even have time to dry up; Batman came straight to Thorne as well. He delivered Bane to him, and gave him an audio tape. He had recorded Candice's attempt to seduce Bane and plot to kill Thorne. As Batman left, Candice was last seen recoiling as Thorne shouted at her.