Template:Sfn Fonda was uncertain about the film, but Vadim convinced her by saying that science fiction was a rapidly-evolving genre.
Then we're treated to such things as Eva and Diabolik deciding the person that the other was impersonating had to die, Ginko interfering in a heist against a mafia boss forcing Diabolik to frame someone else in order to not be discovered only to find out Eva framed him by pure chance, and all the rest.
The show spoofed another of her starring roles in the film Secret Agent Super Dragon.
Reviewing this release for Video Watchdog, Tim Lucas noted that the film was presented with an incorrect aspect ratio of 2.
Joe Gazzam was then approached to write a screenplay, with Robert Luketic directing and Dino and Martha De Laurentiis still credited as producers.
She recovered after getting back at the man responsible for her misfortune and meeting Diabolik.
The character was inspired by several previous characters from French and Italian pulp fiction, primarily.
Diabolik seems dead, cast in gold.