If you're looking for a decidedly weird, vaguely apocalyptic series about ridiculously adorable food-animals, you've come to the right place.
There's a deep sense of mystery with this one, and it's pure wacky. It's very unique, and it manages to simultaneously stay serious, yet still be comedic, which is a fun balance achieved surprisingly well.
The blend of adorable food-animals and decidedly creepy apocalyptic abandoned cityscapes is a fun one, but overall there's nothing overly spectacular, nor bad, about the art. It just serves it's purpose to set the scene, and not a lot else.
There's a hilarious blend of characters, from those who
are extremely unbothered by the donut-animal-apocalypse situation, to those who are desperate to solve it. That makes for some fun interactions. However, none of them grow through the series, and it relies a little too heavily on tropes at times.
If you're after some casual weirdness, go ahead and read it. But don't expect anything too spectacular besides a mix of cute comedy and generic apocalypses.