I love animals, so I have plenty of experience with vegan nonsense and the antics of Priya Kishna. I've been wanting to review this comic for ages, actually, as I feel that it misrepresents animal activism and makes it look irrational. Unless you think somebody else would do better, I'd be willing to take it on.
A problem that immediately springs to mind is that the webcomic makes use of a lot of viceral social justice gorn (warning: all links NSFW) without so much as a "viewer discretion is advised" message. Its used for little more than emotion baiting and cheap shock value, and is thus degrading to actual instances of animal abuse. She also spouts a lot of easily debunked BS, like the idea that humanely raising animals doesn't make any difference in terms of reducing animal suffering and that animal farming is handled in the exact same factory farming conditions around the world. Some of it could be actually harmful to somebody too-- she seems, for example, to believe that plants alone are enough for everybody to be healthy as humans are natural herbivores. This is dangerous misinformation because that's only true for a very, very small percentage of the population-- while most people can live completely vegan short term, if they don't take supplements, long term they feel the effects of B12 deficiency, vitamin D deficiency if they don't live in a sufficiently sunny region, jaundice, underweightedness, as well as possibly having a higher risk of osteoporosis due to calcium deprivation. And some people can't even do supplements-- their bodies don't process them well enough for them to get all the useful nutrients they need. Not that that matters-- Priya doesn't recommend trying them at all! Somebody could seriously get hurt and end up miserable trying to take Priya's advice. Plus, as you mentioned, Priya's a douche. She's a massive hypocrite and completely selfish-- and also likes censorship, freely sending false reports and copyright infringement notices despite claiming that she wants her works disseminated.
Anything else that springs to mind that should be included in a review? She tends to delete comics that get too controversial for her liking (no, this is not a hope spot that she may be able to realize when she's screwed up-- she does it because she doesn't like criticism), so archives of the ones she's since taken down would be much appreciated as well.