So classic that its age really shows. The animation to this show is about on par with poor, but the fact that it stays so true to the comic book is a bonus that any fan or comic book nerd would love. The animation is done by a technique called xerography in which there is copies of pictures for frames then penciled over. As a result, the animation style looks atrocious. Yet, beside the fact that this show is not an artwork masterpiece, it does have one saving grace. This show stays so true to the comic book and the comics of the 60's that it is something that deserves the attention of all comic book fans. The voices are pterry close to what I would imagine the characters to sound like and the characters are portrayed in the same light with the same personalities I pictured as well. Overall, this 1 aspect pulls the show out of the pool of poor television and into a realm of mediocrity to decency.
My final review: If you are looking for a well animated version of Captain America, look elsewhere. If you are looking for a piece of superhero history that stays true to the comic books then this is a show that you must see at least once. On those standards, this show is not great, but not absolutely horrible either.