It's a terrible shame. Sinfest was great, insightful and well drawn. It could flit easily from humour, to drama, to topical jokes, it could play on the emotions of its readers until we cared about these characters who gradually, over the course of years, developed real depth backstory and insight.
Then, for some unknown reason, the author decided to throw that all away, abandon the in-progress story arcs, completely derail established characters to make endless, repetitive, badly thought out opinion points, using newly introduced flat two dimensional characters who can never be wrong. Sorry, but this no longer deserves a recommendation. First down, Tat. First and ten.