David Bishop had to sub the story, and recalls in Thrill-Power Overload that "I thought the scripts were a spoof of cliché-ridden B-movies from the 50s, complete with space pirates. It was only after subbing the first few episodes I realised the writer was being serious!" Ridgway, the artist, "had no idea what I was supposed to be doing with it, the story just rumbled on, slowly disintegrating. I was flying blind on that story, no idea of where it was going or what was happening next with it ... I was given no description of the female character in it, who turned out to be the villain, so I drew her in a skin-tight costume. Near the end she was supposed to be hiding a jewel about her person. The only place I could think of concealing it was in the helmet she was wearing. It was just chance she happened to have that, otherwise I'm not quite sure where she might have hidden that jewel!"