I'm a little behind on the Robin trade paperbacks. This is the second, though there are three out right now. The book collects the second and third Robin mini-series from the early 90s as well as a couple of issues of the main Batman book leading up to the second mini-series. Like most of the Batman books under Chuck Dixon's lead, this is pretty solid. He had built up a solid base of what Gotham City at the time was like, who was in it and what they were doing. Robin got a slow build. Rather than immediately introduce Timothy Drake and have him out as Robin within three issues, there was a deliberate build to getting him in costume and out on his own. Which makes sense. The previous Robin had been murdered by the Joker and the last thing Batman should be doing is just throwing a replacement out there.
Both mini-series are solid. The first involves Robin's first encounter with the Joker. The second involves Robin's first meeting and team up with the Huntress. Both series involve Robin's slowly building rogue's gallery (King Snake, Lynx) and introduces some of his regular recurring cast (Ariana). This is a decent read. You don't really get any nutrition out of it, just some empty calories, but they're tasty calories.
Robin Vol 2: Triumphant
Writer: Chuck Dixon, Alan Grant
Artist: Tom Lyle, Norm Breyfogle, Grant Miehm, Bob Smith, Andy Mushynsky, Steve Mitchell, Scott Hanna, Jose Marzan Jr