This was a really strong issue, and a great send-off to the pairing of Dick and Damian. Most of the time I have problems with single-issue stories, I feel modern day writers and modern storytelling techniques don’t work for them, but Hine managed to pack a lot in here, there were some great creepy new villains, some fun interactions between Batman, Robin and Nightrunner (who is not controversial at all, how the hell did people get so upset, he’s just some dude) and some really trippy stuff, very well drawn by Greg Tocchini. I didn’t think Tocchini was a good fit for Batman after the Red Hood story, but this issue was more up his street. This was the best issue of this title since Morrison left, and it’s a shame Hine doesn’t have any Bat-work lined up post-relaunch. It’s also a shame that Tomasi and Gleason only managed to do 3 issues of this title, so I have no idea if they’re any good or not, and so won’t be picking up the new #1. Goodbye Batman And Robin, it’s been fun.