This issue would be best described with a line graph, but due to the fact that I don't have a line graph I'll just have to describe it to you. This comic was about Tim Drake going after Lynx. The beginning was as good as I could have ever hoped for. It showed the average relation between Dick, Damian, and Tim. It's always good to have something like that every so often, if you start littering the series with it, the series becomes no good, but every so often is good. Tim decided to go after Lynx when the other two went after Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. To be honest I really wanted it to be the other way around, I have actually never seen the Tweedles in a comic, but I've always wanted to. To find Lynx Tim does the classic Batman interrogation, again something I loved. He also decided to make a show about beating Lynx. I thought this showed the knowledge that everyone in the "Batman family" knows about their villains. He knows that if people saw Lynx beaten she would be disgraced and loose all of her power. So I liked that. The part with Drake's and Fox's engagement was just okay, I wasn't expecting much out of that, so my expectations were past, but they were low. I went on to DC.com last month just to see what was coming out, as I did I thought hey, why doesn't Red Robin ever fight classic Batman villains? Then I saw this cover and I was really exited. When I opened the comic, I thought it would be somebody like Mr. Freeze, but no, we got Lynx. I relies that Niceza did well with her, but I was still disappointed. People were very exited for Nicieza, but I like Yost a lot better, the stories were just more compelling. Lastly I though To's art was below average, he made the fight scenes look like Japanese anime, I understand that could be because he is dealing with a villain who uses a samurai sword, and who wears a samurai mask. But why does Red Robin also look like a picture from a Japanese comic. So overall not the best thing I've ever seen, but not the worst.