The art, as always speaks, almost more than the story in Tank Girl; it is big, chaotic and overtakes everything. That is exactly how it should be. It is brash and bold, no one would want to scale down on Tank Girl and her cohorts. The full page panels are exquisite and the attention to detail in the overall panels make it a far more interesting story. Even though the story is set in the future, the artwork has a distinct retro feel about it, and it works, it absolutely works. To me, it is also part of the appeal of the artwork. Tank Girl, love her or hate her, who cares? You will notice her regardless!