Over the weekend, I had a chance to read a couple of books from DC's Batman universe: Knight and Squire and Batwoman.
Knight and Squire #1-2
Paul Cornell & Jimmy Broxton
J.H. Williams III, W. Haden Blackman & Amy Reeder
With Bruce Wayne back in the cowl, he tries to get a handle on all things Gotham that have gone down since his absence, including Batwoman, whom he is pretty sure is Kate Kane, although he's having trouble finding out beyond a shadow of a doubt. And so Bruce, utilizing many disguises, shadows Kate and Batwoman, testing them and observing their skills. This is a really smart introduction to Batwoman to new readers, as Bruce Wayne relates her backstory while investigating her, and readers get to see what Batwoman's made of through his eyes. J.H. Williams co-writes this short story with Blackman, providing the gorgeous art that readers of the Detective Comics featuring Batwoman are familiar with, with scenes featuring her civilian identity illustrated by Reeder. Very nice set-up for the new series.