Also, I wouldn't really say Batman is any more about "character-building" than Morrison's run has been. I still don't feel 100% sure on where Snyder stands with regards to why Batman does what he does, for example. But I suppose perhaps at this point in Morrison's run I would've been saying the same thing.
Furthermore, I'm not saying no one can like Batman more, but I actually tonally prefer what Snyder's doing in some ways, in the sense that I like gothic, dark, "horror"-ish stories, yet I still wouldn't say I've enjoyed it more than I've enjoyed Morrison's run. Not saying I have the same scorn for Snyder's run that some do, though.
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This reminds me of the "why can't Nolan's Batman be in the JL" thread.
Surely Morrison cant combine fun, action, and deep, complex metatext and character work.... Oh wait... he can!
Love Burnham's art here, since I first saw his art it's always seemed like the perfect blend of Geoff Darrow, Frank Quitely, and Steve Skroce. Now I've been a bit behind on my Morrison Batman but is this title also going to involve Dick and other members of the Batman family or is it just going to be mainly Bruce, Damian, and the Batman Inc. characters?
How much of the first run of Batman Incorporated is still in place, and how much will have to be dropped or tweaked to fit in to the DCnU changed universe. (How much of that past story with Catwoman had to be relegated to the litter box?)
Is Morrison going to pick up where he left off, or will the down time between runs and his work on Action Comics going to make this run stranger and more disjointed / disorienting than the usual Morrison . . . uniqueness?