Read it today. This book is getting a bit hokey and forced. Batman and Red Robin was much better this week. Highlight below for story points.
This book was hokey. Clayface is robbing a bank as Bruce Wayne, who's in a standoff with Gordon, who's pleading with Bruce to not do it because they were FRIENDS since "Zero Year". Yes, Zero Year is suddenly a well-known event that's on everyone's lips in this issue. Just BAD exposition from out of nowhere. Bruce-Clayface gets on a motorcycle, shoots Gordon with a shotgun, then runs over him with the bike in a hilariously stupid scene.
Then we cut to Bruce watching cowl-cam videos of Damian six days prior. A board member at Wayne's killed himself, so Bruce is looking into it and discovers that he's either still alive or is Clayface. Then we get treated to three pages of crammed-in monologue about shape-shifters throughout other cultures as Snyder further becomes a parody of himself. Just awful. Scott can use wikipedia and you're gonna know it.
It ends with Lucius Fox meeting Wayne about creating a new batsuit, and Fox attacks Bruce, revealing that he's Clayface and that he has evolved the ability to also change his DNA, making him harder to trace. He now announces that he will use Bruce's identity to track down Batman, even though Bruce just told him he's Batman when he thought he was Lucius Fox.
The back-up was cooler with Superman and Batman teaming up to confront a demon summoned by some satanic teenagers.