Late in starting, but liking the "new" Batman. No significant departures from the core of the character, but a nice re-visit. Riddler, Joker are already much more developed than they were 50 years into the "original" run of Batman.
There is a run with "Year Zero" showing Bruce Wayne learning the ropes - I like these diversions (E.g. Frank Miller - Year One) as there is occassionally a tendency to make Batman too "super", and too perfect. The early stories, in particular, make the character more believable - always a misstep or bac choice away from serious injury or death. This reminder helps to keep the stories readable, as there is not a need to create new super villains, mobsters, and/or oddballs work just fine. When he is "superized", these villains seem too weak and ineffectual to write to - remembering he's not bulletproof, gets sick, gets hurt etc. actulaly makes the stories better.