I absolutely love this edition of these stories! It's absolutely massive, great quality, incredibly well written, with fantastic art (obviously Frank Quitely is the best, but Frazer Irving really stands out and Chris Burnham makes his Batman debut in this book, doing a great job). However, this story is part of a much larger Bat-epic. I am slightly disappointed that the Morrison stories in Time and the Batman and The Return of Bruce Wayne aren't collected here too, considering how important they are for the immediate plotlines, but I can understand why this collection chose to focus on the adventures of Dick and Damian, not Bruce, whose absence was the point of this book for over a year.
Don't buy this book unless you've already read:
Batman the Black Glove Deluxe Edition
And preferably already own Time and the Batman and The Return of Bruce Wayne so you can read them during this book.
This book also isn't the end of this massive story, which continues in Batman Incorporated and the New 52 version of Batman Incorporated.