A wacky, Doug Adams-flavored parody of fantasy/sci-fi adventures. Wheels gets points for not hiding the sexual undercurrents in this kind of free-form fantasy, even getting right how far it goes for the most part (sexual innuendo and naked women!). And the art has a cartoony appeal… sort of… if you're being kind. But mostly this is ground Phil Foglio walked over 15 year ago, and I didn't want to read that stuff back then.
This review was written in the late 1990s as part of a then-ongoing freelance gig; I apologize if it reads oddly or seems incomplete.