I remember reading this issue as part of The Night of the Owls hardcover edition and didn't care much about it except for the fact that it proves just how much of a BAMF Damian Wayne truly is. Trained by the League of Assassins and his own vicious mother Talia al Ghul, Damian is more than equipped to handle any kind of physical altercation; and apparently lead command of a small group of soldiers against a Talon. With such a keen sense of expertise, Damian managed to beat the odds and fulfill his mission smoothly. That's the entire gist of this issue. Aside from the great action sequences, there isn't enough substance to make this issue that emotionally interesting, even to a hardcore Damian fan like yours truly.
The thing about Tomasi's Batman and Robin run is that it's supposed to include both characters. And since Batman is not here, there isn't enough of the delightful interactions that their dynamic duo is most notable for. Damian stands alone for this issue and nothing particularly special was delivered, considering I have loved Tomasi's writing so far, but this tie-in just didn't measure up well.
* For everyone who wants to see Damian kick ass and take control of a tense situation, this issue will provide enough material of that to make fangirls swoon.