Not him, but I recently started reading, too. After a post on /trash/, of all places. I don't know what it is, but people tend to do a shit job at recommending stuff they like. I knew Endtown existed, I knew the characters used to be human, but I thought it was just a gimmick, and the odd page being posted doesn't really showcase the art.
So I ignored it, until someone said that it's a central theme in the comic. I'm not into transformation that much
, so it was never a fetish thing. But I figured, this many people can't all be wrong about this comic, I haven't read a webcomic in ages, I'll give it a go.
I spent hours reading it. It's good. It gets off to a rocky start, not sure if it wants to be a cartoon-animal gag comic, or a post-apocalyptic comic, but once Albert and Gustine set out on their quest, it knows.
And one of the reasons it's good, is because it's reasonably self-aware (it drops the ball a few times, I think) and owns its setting. The mutations are a central part of the comic, and it's more body horror than cutesy.