Interesting stuff. It's a shame it wasn't properly exploited - I can see this as the sort of alternate continuity that could produce a lot of interesting stories. A minor quibble, though - Red Skull is being presented as still a Nazi. Now, this may of course be the simple result of an alternate timeline, but I was under the impression that the modern-day Red Skull had in fact concluded that Nazism had too many inherently limiting flaws for a big-time supervillain like himself to stick with it. He doesn't regret his past as a Nazi - heavens, no! - and he still hangs around with people from his past, like Arnim Zola, but as best I can tell, he's moved on from Nazism to plain ol' terrorism and supervillainy. I'm sure he's still a racist, but I don't think he'd... FLAUNT it the way he does here. He's more diplomatic about it now.