Gleason's art is incredible. In fact, it's so good that I am double-dipping on the series, and buying both the weekly books and the hardcover trades. As a consequence, it's always a little disappointing when another artist takes over, even if it is only for a couple of pages.
As a fan of Damian, I'm really appreciating this in-depth, extended look at the impact of his loss on Bruce. I hope we begin to delve into the status of the Lazarus pits in the New 52 and the morality of utilizing them. The last issue, with the Frankenstein conflict, was perhaps more visceral, but where that issue was demonstrative of Bruce's desperation, this one felt tinged with resignation. I don't think Bruce ever really thought Jason would offer a quick fix.
Also, this version of Carrie Kelly is not the Carrie Kelly I know. She also feels shoe-horned in, as though it was an editorial decision rather than Tomasi's. That's pure speculation, mind you.