Endtown had a really rough start, but it seems to have settled into this great horror-show of human failure. I honestly feel sick to my stomach sometimes reading it, because it portrays personal flaws so harshly.
The story is that furries get their wish, more or less, and it leads to round-ups, exterminations, world war III, and (in the current arc) paranoia, cannibalism and exciting new forms of bigotry in the tiny safe zones left in the world.
Every character seems constantly on the edge of a nervous breakdown, and no one can hold the moral high ground for long, but they keep trying. Every other post-apoc civ I've seen has always wanted to skip to some comfy point years down the line where things are stable, and Endtown just drops you in the middle of the chaos immediately after the end and leaves you wondering if society is just too awful to keep itself alive.