Most of the Batman editorial team assembled at the Batman: All Access panel at New York Comic-Con 2011. Here are some brief notes from the panel: <br /> <br /> - Scott Snyder: We really wanted to break Bruce Wayne down over the course of an 11 issue story and make him scared of the Court of Owls and make him doubt his oldest ally, Gotham City itself<br /> - Greg Capullo: When I'm reading the story this is one of the first times I've been hungry to read what comes next myself<br /> - Tony Daniel: Shorter stories that are set on Bruce Wayne and the family characters around him. More brutal and with a "noir" feel to it. Was glad to see there was such a variety of reactions to the last page of Detective Comics #1. <br /> - David Finch: Really wanted to take the opportunity he has to do Batman and pull out all the stops with it. Really wanted to make it huge with lots of characters dropped in to the story. Collaboration with Paul Jenkins has been great and he's taken more of the writing duties. <br /> - Peter Tomasi: Writing Damian has been a lot of fun as we see him struggle to tone down the violence that's been part of his upbringing. <br /> - Kyle Higgens: Nightwing is the character that got me into comics. The first story is all about how Dick copes with being back in Gotham City, which he avoided for so many years and what that means for him. <br /> - Chris Burnham: There's more Batman Inc coming but we can't say much about it other than that it wraps up the stories from the first run. <br /> - Lee Bermejo: Batman: Noel sprung from what was originally an idea for a children's book and the notion that characters like Batman are literary icons so meshing that into a literary adaptation was interesting. It's also been fun showing Batman in multiple iterations of his costume that show a variety of visions.