I'll admit, I didn't like this issue at all. Batman comes across as far too cynical for the conclusion he draws of, "My life was no longer my life", to "I swear by the spirits of my parents to avenger their deaths by spending the rest of my life warring on criminals."
As in, where did that come from? I love the whole Mask under Mask angle that Batman writers go with in terms of who Batman really is. Still, going from committing suicide in a moment of abandonment and desperation, to choosing to live for an ideal born of hope, seems almost as contrived as Batman's realization that somehow Selina and he are mirrors of each other.
The art is great, Mikel Janin and Hugo Petrus kill it. And I do appreciate where Batman arrives in the story both physically and in thought - Death is choice and it's wrong to making that choice from someone. I dislike the overly mushy and bi-polar thought train Batman rides to get there.