No, not when you're familiar with Krow's past content and his fetishes. And I'd say a cerberus girl whose heads represent a different part of her mind is more interesting than a werewolf who happens to be conjoined triplets.
Not to mention it's used really stupidly in the comic. "Uh oh, I can't be seen in cerberus form in broad daylight in public despite being seen like this before! I'll just go ahead and change into a hulking three-headed woman, that's inconspicuous!"
well, to be fair, that IS a universe where supers exist. and for the record, she didn't have a choice, she's a "Were-human." she changes with the full moon (London's forgotten how to change back, last i recall, so i kinda doubt he could help her change on command).
...Okay, first off, your logic in defense of the disguising BS makes no sense. Second, yeah, she does have a choice, since she chose to change right there in a restaurant bathroom in the current chapter and went back to her natural form on her own as well. And for the love of Christ, don't encourage the use of that "were-human" bullshit non-word, that means "man-human". This non-word brought to you by the Department of Redundancy Department.
Oh, and to further prove my statement about all her originality and interesting qualities being gone, she's not even being referred to as a cerberus anymore--Heather calls her a wolf in the latest page. And she doesn't correct her at all. So yeah, I stand by my statement.