I didn't have much hope for this book to begin with, as I've been calling this a Plot Delivery Book, since it's primarily meant to set up the Trinity War, and when it's not doing that, it's introducing characters for the sake of having them in the DCnU. While having stories around putting characters back on the playing board isn't inherently a bad idea, it feels like that's all this book is good for. I'm actually okay with the idea of a protagonist doomed to betray everyone he encounters, because that does sound like a good hook for a story, but judging by the reactions to it, it sounds like it's been handled horribly.
My main problem with this cover is that Judas' (We know that's who he is now, so screw it, why not just call him that?) face looks like a zombie. I'm actually tempted to ask if Judas is making a guest appearance in I, Vampire when I see this, but the more likely thing would be The Phantom Stranger setting something up for later payoff in I, Vampire.