I guess disgust is kind of a strong word. I just honestly can't express how disappointed I was with it...
First is that I'm just a classicist, and I've always preferred the "Romero" zombie to the sprinting, leaping, talking, car-driving, ones that have become popular of late.
Second is that I am a lifetime fan of the classic Marvel heroes. Captain America. The Hulk. Spider-Man (I've been collecting ASM since I was eight). And, silly as it sounds, I like my heroes heroic. Seeing them all cheerfully devolve into cannibalistic ghouls undercut a lot of what made these characters great, thus asking the question of why did it need to be any of these characters. As a few people brought up in the I Am Legend
thread, there's a definite point when something goes SO
far off base that you have to wonder why they bothered to cite the original source material.
However, I also know these two points are just my opinion. I know a lot of people love marathon-running, mortgage-paying zombies and a cannibalistic Captain America apparently appealed to a ton of folks.
What drives me nuts even past that though is that, past all that, it's just poorly written. The dialogue is lead and just goes on and on and on and on (zombies apparently have tireless mouths for talking as well as eating). There's almost no story, and what little there is feels like something written by a twelve year old fanboy. A handful of zombies eat Galactus
?!? One of the three primal forces of the Marvel Universe? What next, they punch out God?
I thought the idea had tons of potential as a good-ol "What If...?" type story, and was really looking forward to it, but it just seemed to be a minimum effort piece all around.
Although, on the plus side, it got me scribbling my own ideas for a super-powered zombie story...