Batman: Fortunate Son, written by Gerard Jones and illustrated by Gene Ha, was originally published as a one-shot in 1999. The story concerns a rock and roll superstar who gets visited by quasi-Elvis, then goes across the country committing crimes and fomenting rebellion.
Jones plays on the generation gap between Batman and Robin – Batman hates rock music, Robin is a brainless fanboy. Both characters come across as thoroughly one-dimensional. The dialogue throughout is terrible. It's unbelievably bad. Corny, too.
Ha's art is decent, although he runs into trouble communicating what's actually going on during some action scenes.
Batman: Fortunate Son is a silly, ridiculous hodge-podge of a story, riddled with clichés and puns. It cannot be taken seriously on any level, and it must rank with the worst Batman stories ever written.