I initially thought folks here were too quick to tear apart his BoP work. I had only read his Marvel stuff, which was all good to great, so I was prepared to give him every possible chance. Babs breaking Misfit's leg could be explained. The team screwing up a mission so badly that thousands died had to be a fakeout.
For me, the honeymoon ended in his third issue, when it was heavily implied that Lady Blackhawk was raped in the Golden Age. That and Huntress inexplicably acting like a nervous rookie. When someone posted the original Golden Age stories McKeever had retconned random rape into, their innocence and lack of innuendo made it more glaring how ill-advised that bit of modernizing was.
She couldn't just be mind controlled. No. Supervillains are evil, so of course he bewitched her into loving him and took full advantage. It's right out of the school of Everyone Needs a Tragic Past writing, because being out of her own time by a good few decades and losing all her friends to old age isn't shocking enough.
The capper was when scans from his fifth and final issue were posted, and there was no mention of the disaster from his first issue being a magical illusion or somesuch. Unless I missed it, all those people really died and the Birds came off looking utterly incompetent. It was disappointing to learn I'd been so wrong.