The first story in this volume has more of what I've come to expect from Morrison: fascinating, over the top weirdness with a weak storyline. Danny the Street is fantastic, though, and I'd love to see more of him. The second storyline is rather more coherent, featuring Rhea's Jean Grey-esque (why yes, she is a redhead) metamorphosis into some sort of superpowered otherworldy being. Not sure why she had to be naked to do it, though. Overall, not quite as solid as the previous volume, but something that simply begs to be read, just so you can see what Morrison was up to back in the day.