Bruce has selective amnesia and for some reason Alfred thinks it's okay since he's happy. I don't object to him wanting Bruce to be happy, I object to him forgetting that Bruce is a father. Is this ever addressed? Why is it okay for the boys to lose their dad (one of whom is a 10/11 years old) especially after the "loss" of Dick? Do they even know Bruce is alive? Did Alfred tell them to leave Bruce alone? It doesn't sound like it.
Alfred recruited a bunch of street kids to be Robins? Why? He's told off Bruce for endangering the boys before and is okay with doing this now? Without even considering how this will affect the others? Without apparently telling them?!
Dick, doesn't apparently know what's going on thanks to Bruces' brilliant planning. Are you telling me the master strategist had no idea what to do if he disappeared during Dicks' mission?
Damian goes off without anyone worrying or explaining anything to him?
Tim, who was so obsessed with proving Bruce was still alive last time isn't doing anything now?
Jason doesn't believe Bruce is dead but is annoyed because he thinks the Robo-Bat situation (he still doesn't know it's Gordon) could have been set up by the others.
Naturally the problem with Dick rest on Bruces' shoulders but I'm feeling mightily mad at Alfred. Unless the next issue of Red Hood/Arsenal reveals he told Jason about Bruce he's acting incredibly idiotic. If he doesn't want them to jog Bruces' memories at least tell them he's alive and explain why. I can't understand the WAR idea at the moment. If he wanted to be a part of something he should be looking after the other members of his family. The whole "tell no one any vital information and be shocked when it backfires" plot has long since grown old.