In Part 3 of Batman and the Outsiders, Bryan Hill creates two simultaneous tests -- one involving Duke Thomas (The Signal) being tested by Batman and another one involving Sofia being tested by Ra's Al Ghul.
Batman disguises himself as one of Duke's past enemies, one who apparently made Duke feel insecure about his status and support system. Ra's Al Ghul, on the other hand, is encouraging Sofia to embrace anger and vengeance by being taunted by the person who killed her father. Hill and Dexter Soy collaborate to present a visual narrative that alternates between the two settings showing the tests.
How did you respond to Hill's storytelling setup in part 3? Did you find the recurring switches between Batman's and Ra's Al Ghul's tests enjoyable, confusing, interesting, difficult to understand, useful, or something else? In brief, why did you have the response that you did?