You know, I really liked this, but I was absolutely unimpressed by the climax. What the hell is supposed to be so impressive about the last one by comparison to all the rest(except of course the Adam West one)? Ellis gives no reason he should inspire such awe in Jakita and Elijah when none of the others do. Ohh, shiny spiffy!
Secondly, his dialogue is an example of the drawbacks to Ellis' sometime habit of reducing characters to a pitch. His parents were shot? Tough. Batman wouldn't care; he's killing people, and all the others are like the Batman we know in that respect, but this one's understanding. But so? There's a LOT more to this guy than that his parents were killed. Oooh, poor baby. I find the Adams Batman's reaction much more plausible than this one's encounter session. It just doesn't ring "Batman" to me.
All that said, it's still the best of those three crossover specials. The one with the Authority is a mess, and the less said about the one with the alternate Clark, Diana and Bruce, the better. That one itches my brain every time I think of it. ("Will you be in League with me?" oh please)
Also: giant ants, bullets, bombs, none of these bother Jakita, but his swordarang does?