It doesn't have to be good, objectively, for it to be readable. It just has to be worth it. Since this is free the cost is my time, and I've never regretted the two minutes it takes to read a strip. The art is perfunctory and not distracting, because even though it is simple and cheap, it is consistent. Inconsistency is what causes problems far more than lack of quality. If I learned anything in ten years of setbuilding, it's that. The story's decent enough, and there's a good joke in most strips. Some of the plots were real fun.
It's no Sandman, but neither is anything else. It's not a Sin City or even a generic Batman comic, but it's worth a two-minute read as often as not.
Besides, if you want wordswordswords remember that Subnormality exists. Now there's a comic that makes me sad sometimes. The concepts and stories are usually good and sometimes excellent, but fucking fuck's sake, they're not comics. I wish either the writer/artist got better at pictures or gave up entirely and just wrote stories, because they're very good and hampered by trying to be comics when they shouldn't.
Sometimes they do work as comics, and then they are very good. But it makes me sad that some excellent stories are held back by being forced into comic format.