Before you read this you'll want to pick up Robin: Wanted and Robin: Teenage Wasteland and believe me you should. Adam Beechen scripts a Robin that is not a sidekick in distress but a fully actualized teen crime fighting hero. Robin interacts with all the characters you'd expect and couple you didn't, but no one rescues him. Completely competent but not a Batman clone, Tim Drake is written just like he should be.
A better choice couldn't have been made than Freddie Williams II to pencil the series. His clean, bright but still gritty pencils are a perfect compliment to the Boy Wonder. This "young" style certainly owes something to animation, and I think it will grow to be the industries new standard. I can't say enough good things about Freddie William II. Hopefully he'll be working on a lot more bat-family books in the future.
This is the kind of TPB I love to read.