It was good, but I’m not continuing on with the series.
When DC Direct debuted the initial Batman: The Adventures Continue action figures last year, there were many complaints akin to “those characters aren’t in the DCAU in any way, so I’m not buying their figures”. This comic seems to exist for the sole purpose of DC Direct now being able to say “Well, they’re in it now, Paul Dini is writing the series and you all love him…so c’mon…buy the figures”.
I LOVE BTAS/TNBA, the DCAU and Paul Dini. Comics that are seemingly created to influence people into buying products that were made before other, substantially more deserving products were made? Not so much.
Of course, if Lex gets a figure I’ll buy him. The DC Collectibles Justice League figures need a villain to fight against, after all.
SN: I agree with @HubCityQuestion regarding the first arc of Batman Confidential. It didn’t come to mind as I read BTAC, but afterward, it immediately did. I’ll re-read that over more of BTAC.