We've all read the stories, Batman and a group of like minded heroes escape from the Black Glove, Bruce rings the bell at the sight of the Bat, and in a non-descriptive manner, Bruce see's a vision of the future, two headstones, and the world in flames... So births Batman Incorporated!
After proposing the concept of Batman Incorporated to Wayne Enterprises (as well as catch an exec who was stealing from the corporation) Bruce sets off, recruiting old friends and new allies. We see him get in contact with Knight and Squire, who he uses to recruit the new Dark Ranger. We see the Russian Batman, Ravil, tread through snow with Batman and Robin, offering vodka to Damian. The Musketeer feels safe sitting this one out, especially after witnessing Nightrunner's abilities. Bruce keeps tabs on Chief Man of Bats, and Raven Red, while traveling to Japan, to repeal Mr. Unknown's probation status, offering a full time membership in the group. Finally, Bruce visits Dark Ranger in person, as they go on a mission together, and Bruce believes him to be ready.
The issue ends on a scene with Alfred and Bruce in the cave, echoing some of the themes Morrison has played with, that one of the truth's of Batman is that he was never alone. Discussing a possible romance between Squire and the new Dark Ranger, Bruce sees a meal left out for him by Alfred. Bruce tells Alfred that he can't remember the last time he saw him eat, yet there's always a meal left out. Bruce thanks Alfred, as they watch some of the footage of the more-impressive-than-he-knows Dark Ranger.