Streets of Gotham is a Batman series that is willing to tell Batman stories from different characters' viewpoints. This volume starts out with a story about the Huntress and Man Bat, that is both exciting and deep. Next, Batman (Dick Grayson) and Robin (Damian Wayne) investigate the disappearance of some children with some narration by a new young super hero. There's a break in that story for another mystery narrated by Batman and Jim Gordon. The final story returns to the missing children, narrated by Robin and Colin (our new young super hero), and featuring the villain Zsasz.
The Highlights: Incredible writing. Incredible art. Very dark and moody. Both writing and art are top notch! It's great to have a little more variety in the types of stories and viewpoints than the average Batman stories. I also especially love the story of Damian and Colin. Damian has had a challenging life since leaving his mother and losing his father. It's great for him to find another you person he can actually be friends with.
Things to Consider: This collection does contain some more adult content and issues. There is some language, Batman helps a prostitute (who appears in her underwear), and Robin's battle with Zsasz has a lot of blood. I didn't think these elements were over the top or gratuitous, but this book is not ideal for younger readers.
I could go on and on about how impressive this volume is, but the best thing you can do is get your hands on a copy and find out for yourself!