Silver then spends the rest of the comic boning our hero, aside from one bizarre interlude where he accuses her of being a robot and then attacks her.
But they make up, and it's sweet, and it's also pretty obvious that the point of all this is for Bruce to get attached to someone so that he'll feel bad when they (spoilers) die.
There's a lot else to hate here, from the slightly ropey art, to Baphomet, the one-off hyper-powerful vigilante who becomes Batman's best friend, and reads a lot like a fanfic Mary Sue character, to Silver St. Cloud again (we're not fans.) But what's truly inexcusable is how Widening Gyre takes one of the most iconic moments from one of the best Batman books, Year One ...
... and satirizes it into a joke about Batman pissing himself.