This starts out as a satire on bureaucracy and security, with government agent Jack Tone dutifully trudging through his work. The satire is heavy-handed in places but amusing. Then it turns into a parody of dystopian science fiction as genetically-engineered monsters, a lost ancient civilisation of cat-people, threatening aliens, and a foaming-at-the-mouth villain are introduced.
The humour is a long way from subtle and is often pretty crude. If you can tolerate that, this is enjoyably daft and hectic.