It just came to my notice by way of a petition to pull it for blasphemy...
Am I the only one who thinks that would be a shame? Admittedly the initial premise of God being unhappy with Jesus' performance first time round is shaky to say the least, but to create a story like this is always going to need some bending of theology to make it possible, and it seems to me that accepting that fact and engaging with what else the story has to offer would be a much more productive use of our time than going all Fun Police on something that none of us has even read.
Personally I like the idea as an alternate history/thought experiment, and tend to think that if you can't accept the extreme premise as purely a fictional device to facilitate the story, well... it's not meant for you.
Anyway, be interested to know what comic readers think - and of course, if anyone is familiar with the writers and has some insight into how good, bad or otherwise it could be that would be worth knowing too