It's pretty good. The biggest problem is that, as an idea, it was packaged wrong. After that "Death of Captain America" thing, and after that" Here's some younger versions of the original x-men, oh, and they're staying", AND the whole "let's collapse the multiverse just 'cause" this "Cap has always been a Hydra" just doesn't fly. Even for casual readers, it's taking the character and making the story ass-backwards. It should have been a What If series. It should have been an Earth-something or other number series. Instead they try to make Cap the opposite of what he's always been. They don't even present it as a "Biff to the Future" story. They just plop it into the comics, act like this is the way things are now and from now on, and expect it to work. That's what everyone's going Nope! over. Granted it's a good story. I love all the half-controlled reactions Cap has been doing. That is a man with a broken heart. But if ANYONE can agree on a GOOD thing to happen from it is that Cap got another interview with "Do you know what Twitter is?" Sally Floyd and won.