Well, Batmanâ€™s first One Year Later arc is almost over (just one installment left). For the most part, this arc has just been a tour of Gotham City and the new Post-Crisis world Batman lives in. A few surprises in what villains survived, what villains didnâ€™t and what aspects of Batmanâ€™s history were reintroduced. The arc has been fun, but you can tell it all serves as a primer to the â€œnewâ€ Batman universe and to return various elements to the status quo. We get to see the Scarecrow in this issue, albeit briefly. A nice cameo from Jack Ryder (AKA the Creeper), too. This arc has also served as a way of reintroducing the â€œdetectiveâ€ element back into Batman, though the mystery is practically resolved. Weâ€™ve all known since Part 1 that Harvey wasnâ€™t responsible for the murders of various 8th tier super villains, but Batman manages to prove it in this issue. Or so weâ€™re lead to think, anyhow. Jim Bardâ€™s back-up story is pretty good. I had forgotten all about the Tally-Man. Iâ€™ll put in more insight once the last chapter comes out and I can look at the arc as a whole, but for right now, the arc is really just serving as a sampling platter of Batmanâ€™s new world.