@Positronic We got the tail end of Morrisons Batman,and Court of Owls was great;but IMO for anyone who isn't Batman(and often for him,too),N52 was a toxic wasteland.
Oh, I disagree. It was (mostly) pretty toxic for Batman. What was a good tone for the re-integrated supernatural DC characters of 'The Dark' was pretty bad for superheroes, Batman and allies included. But that's because the supernatural characters had no real consistent history of publication or background details (except for the Vertigo version of Constantine), so a reboot actually helped define the supernatural side of things better and with more consistency.
Batman Incorporated I think suffers being split between the pre- and post-N52 DCU, with things that just don't match up between the first and second halves. I felt like having come this far, I had to stick with it through the conclusion. Morrison did the best he could with it, I guess. It still feels like years' worth (from the beginning of his regular Batman run) of an interesting, but very 'Elseworld' kind of Batman. At least it wasn't boring, even if some of the villains were incomprehensible.
Multiversity was much better, and inclines me to forgive him somewhat for Final Crisis. I did not read his Action Comics run after a brief glance through it. Some of Morrison's other work is maddeningly nonsensical. You may proclaim yourself a magician Grant, but that doesn't mean you can bedazzle me with b-s, and I don't mind calling attention to the emperor's lack of pants on such occasions.
I've been really leery of DCU Batman titles since 2011. Snyder wasn't my cup of tea prior to the reboot, and even less afterwards. IMO the closest they got to a decent DCU Batman title prior to Rebirth was John Layman & Jason Fabok's relatively brief run on Detective Comics (Volumes 3-5 in TP). After Rebirth, James Tynion's writing on Detective Comics is now the best DCU Batman. Although I still prefer Jeff Parker's Batman '66.