I'm enjoying it, although it doesn't feel very much like the comic at all. That's not a bad thing, though. If they can make something of their own then I'm all for it.
Tulip is really weird. She isn't a thing like the character in the comics. She's mean and bloodthirsty. She reminds me of Juliette Lewis in Natural Born Killers. Jesse and Cassidy are pretty different from their comics versions (Jesse more so) but you can see pieces of them in their live action counterparts. Not so with Tulip. Time will tell if this drastic change gives us a character as phenomenal as the one in the comic. Ruth Negga is very good in the role, though, even if her dialogue sometimes isn't.
There's a restless energy to this show that I admire. It can be atonal but mostly it just feels gleeful and passionate. There isn't really anything on TV like it. I'm willing to stick around a while longer.
Does anybody else's heart break a little whenever Arseface is on screen? It's mostly his voice. You can just hear how hard he's trying to stay hopeful, to keep from falling into the hole that made him try to kill himself. The actor is very good at emoting through all the make up. I was never big on (or that amused by) the character in the comics but I hope we see a lot more of him on the show.