...I have a really unsettling thought on this book, not to mention the concept of Batman Incorporated.
Let's ignore the question as to why Bruce hasn't been arrested for Aiding and Abetting Vigilantism. I can just pass that off as "He's rich as hell." No, what nerved me is that...Bruce is even closer to being like Ra's Al Ghul than ever before.
Think about it:
An extremely wealthy and highly intelligent male utilizes both those aspects to create a world-spanning organization that dedicates itself to shaping the world into such that male believes should be right. He utilizes highly skilled, efficient, and motivated agents to aid in his quest.
Now, who did I just describe?
Am I saying that Bruce will become evil? Well, no. That'd be stupid. I'm just saying that it's a slippery slope. It's even more nerve racking when you combine it with images like this one from Issue #6:
If I knew nothing about Batman, I would think that the guy in that image was the villain.
Don't take this as me hating Batman Inc. or Grant Morrison and please let's not start that here. I did enjoy it, and will be picking it up again come the end of May, but I feel this idea could be explored further.