tl;dr - pretty predictable, badly arranged but nicely drawn on zombie and action sequences.
I got this with 'dead eyes open' and maybe that's why I couldn't get on with this book. Other than Marvel Zombies those were my first zombie comics. DEO being a smart and unconventional tale.
This, however, is kind of what I expected. I had purposely avoided zomcomics before for this reason. This is riddled with cliches (evacuation centres with rape, latino gangs spouting randomly mexican sentences, small group on the run) and pretty badly planned scenes.
I suppose the biggest problem for me was I couldn't get involved. The panels usually involved several people speaking, most of which appeared to have closed mouths. The dialogue was pitiful (maybe we deserve this, backstory of good cop gone bad etc) and of course, the samurai on the cover. The one who spouts Sun Tzu, discusses plant life as a metaphor and has a sword that can cleanly slice through bone.
The one saving grace is the actual zombie action. There is a fair amount and the artist excels at the details and gore, although the violence did feel a bit roped in.
Get this if you like tales involving rape, man kinds cruelty to one another, or seeing the same stories you see in 50% of zombie films done worse.
Don't get this because dead eyes open is cheap on play (seriously, get that one!) and because it's pretty poor.