The cover aside, this is a tamer danger: Less curves most of the times, there are exceptions as when Sydney loses her top in the desert and her chaps are doing their best to go south and join her vest. But overall the drawing is outstanding without testing the outlandish the way Scott Campbell does, and the paper is not glossy so a lot of the color is subdued compared to the original Danger Girl; it's still very impressive.
Sophmoric jokes, cardboard villians, midgets, ninjas, tanks in the streets, unrequitted tattoo barracuda love, and the horror of all horrors old age abound in the plot line.
We all know where the journey ends, but it is a good ride with scenes that play like Tomb Raider and Spiderman... You have to see the turtle that gets spun around by the zooming biker girls; was it wearing a thong.
This is not Scott Campbell, but I can understand why the master allowed it to be published: it is really good, especially the covers.