I liked the first volume of this Batman run. I really liked this volume. A lot. Tom King is extremely reliable. This book picks up on threads left from the issues before. Batman collects a handful of his villains and mounts his own Suicide Squad mission to retrieve the Psycho Pirate from Bane. It's a fun romp, if you can call any modern Batman story a fun romp. It's an interesting collection of rogues, many who haven't been seen (at least in anything I've read) in a really long time.
The only thing that I'm unsure of is the whole part of this book involving Catwoman. I haven't read any Catwoman stuff since the New 52 started. I don't know if this Catwoman's backstory is the same as the New 52 backstory or if this is all reinvented for Rebirth. Either way, I really don't care for a lot of it. I wish they'd steer her back to her conflicted anti-hero status of the days of old. It kind of seems like that's where they're heading, but it might be a while before she's back.
Batman Vol 2: I Am Suicide
Writer: Tom King
Artist: Mikel Janin, Mitch Gerads, Hugo Petrus