There will be spoilers.
I'm not sure about you, but the tone of this series of comic books seemed way out of touch with Miller's earlier pieces in the early Batman years. I almost felt it nearly not worth telling because of the excellent job that "Dark Reckoning" did with introducing Dick Grayson to the fold.
Batman is too crass and he talks too much smack about the other heroes... mostly out of jealousy for he has no super powers. He has Superman do his bidding for him Select the black box below with your cursor to view the spoiler text
|(running across the ocean while carrying a car with a doctor in it) and has Robin paint a safe house's interior all yellow for an encounter with Hal Jordan. The result of which is that he has to trache Jordan because Robin nearly kills the poor fool!|
I'm the goddamn Batman. Congratulations, I don't freaking care for your attitude!
This reboot came at a time where there was also an All Star Superman but DC ultimately favored rebooting the entirety of their franchise. Thus rendering some great stories of the 2000s and earlier in the dumper.
To be fair, I've gotten to end of volume 1 where Select the black box below with your cursor to view the spoiler text
|hero and side-kick are weeping in each other's arms, mourning their respective parents and for their future together.|
For the sake of convo, let's also talk about "The Man Who Laughs" and other iconic stories before the reboot.