This is certainly as fun and explosive a read as extermination work is, considering it involves abominations and ordnance abuse of course. Nina Mazursky was somehow mistaken as a mother figure for the monstrous sea creatures dwelling on Monster Planet and as a probable mate for their titan of a father, the experience of which, disturbing as it seems, resonate with the mermaid's tragic and mad scientist-esque journey to motherhood, not to mention her scientific curiosity as expressed by her reluctance to kill the sea titan in order that she could learn more about its aquatic anatomy or something along those lines.
As it becomes quite obvious, it takes more than the wife of Frankenstein's monster, a vampire and a werewolf to run a genocidal campaign against the populace of ogre continent, including their one-eyed, mountain-sized president. The Toybox was sent down, a box literally full of toys only conceivable in the wildest imagination of any six-year-old boy with an obsession over G. I. Joe action figures. That, together with a butt load of money. Father Time certainly lived up to his fleshly exterior of a schoolgirl while handling the controls of the Toybox, which resembled the typical game controller of a playstation. There were also a few references to conventional superheroes, this for instance: