I bought this on the strength of half remembered memories of my distant childhood. When one of my neighbours would buy Starlord comic and I would look through it, unable to read at the time.
What starts as a pretty straight forward rip-off of the Thunderbirds premise, develops it's own identity though the years that these strips were printed. The robot characters, which are about the only element of the strip that I remember, come across as both funny, and human in their behaviour and how they view the world they inhabit; treated as disposable commodities with little or no thanks for their often heroic deeds.
I enjoyed this collection for what it was: simple but enjoyable stories told with a good dose of humour, with some likable and memorable characters. Not sure if this would interest todays youth, but if you fancy a bit of nostalgia from your child hood, I recommend it. You might be suprised that it is still enjoyable to read as an adult.