Batman and Titus have tracked Ra's al Ghul to where Nanda Parbat once stood (No idea what happened to it in Forever Evil, it vanished, or something) and they're not alone, as Frankenstein, still a little displeased with the last time he and Batman met, rudely greets the Dark Knight by picking him up by the neck and beating him in anger.
Bruce doesn't fight back, and tries to explain himself to Frankenstein, and when asked to apologize, does so without hesitation. After accepting Batman's apology for what he did, he asks Bruce why he's in the mountains, and gets caught up to speed with the whole situation. Agreeing with Bruce's change of heart to see Damian laid to rest, Frankenstein decides to help out in the quest to retrieve the boy's body. But they may bee too late, as Ra's has already found a pit which he submerges the sarcophagus into.
While Bruce and Frankenstein are on Ra's trail, they're attacked by what look to be yeti monsters, or something. While attempting to fight them off, Bruce notices they're already previously injured, and tells Frankenstein to stand down, showing the beasts they mean no harm. Once the fighting stops, Bruce draws some crude symbols to try and get the beasts to understand why he's there, and get their help to find Ra's. The beasts understand, and make a pact with Bruce and Frankenstein, leading them directly to the hidden chambers Ra's is currently in. But when Bruce opens the door, he realizes he's too late.