Ahh … I am fighting hard not to just give you my rating right at the start and save you the read. But, let me first justify my opinion and give you the rating at the end.
I think that the writer (Ron Marz) sad down one day and watched “Aliens” and then some Batman TAS episodes and decided to replace one of the marines with Batman and put the entire party in the middle of a jungle close to Guatemala and Mexico borderline. There, they find a lost temple, a downed spaceship and a missing geologist. From this point on it is struggle to survive.
The art is just ok. Bernie Wrightson does a great job with backgrounds, but when it comes to characters they change shapes a bit too often. He favors big (2-page) spreads, which is where his “geographic art” really shines.
In review, the story is a classic one (“classic” as in a cliché not “classics” as in worth remembering beyond tomorrow morning). There are a lot of “story jumps” where I found myself looking for nonexistent, missing pages. These jumps would not be such a bother if the would not happen during action moments. Now we are fighting aliens only to turn the page to see our heroes relaxing by the bonfire. The art tries to have its own flavor (which was perfectly achieved in “Batman Year 100”) but fails and remains mediocre.
I give this a low “Rental.” Surprisingly, the average art is what compensates for a very poor story and keeping this just above “Some Old Bullshit!!!”