from the article
"What Marvel and the creators involved should ask themselves is this: Was it worth it? However good Secret Empire may be in the end, will it be worth the pain and alienation it caused? Is it worth being remembered as the company that played with Nazi iconography and philosophy for its stories? As a story, was it worth the cost of being remembered as the people who made Captain America a fascist?"
I thought it was a well done article. The quoted part is from the last part and makes me think about what we read and, by association, support. It does not show Spencer in a good light, imo. The article references both Sam Wilson and Steve Roger's take on Captain America. Trying to avoid making this a political issue but comparing the rise in racist and other negative thought patterns with the fact that Steve Rogers is now a Fascist pseudonazi ( pseudo because Marvel is trying to distance Hydra from its Nazi beginnings) is disturbing to me.
so, in the end, do you believe that quality of work is more important than the message it is relaying? It is easier to deal with a novel or movie, but this story of Spencer's, because of the format, is going on for roughly a year or more and keeps bringing back the same message every month.