Ron Marz's script captures the aesthetic of the old pulp adventures with style. The story here is not a subtle one but it is not meant to be. This tale is a melodrama where the heroes are heroic, the women as bold as they are beautiful and the villain is one step away from twirling his mustache as he kills a captive just to prove he is willing and capable of doing so.
The artwork matches the script in its epic scope. Abhishek Malsuni perfectly portrays the awesome grandeur of Edgar Rice Burrough's world. The inks by Zsolt H. Garisa enhance the artwork without obscuring the original pencils. And the dry, dead world of Mars has never seemed quite so alive with color as under Nanjan Jamberi's palettes.