I'm hoping someone can help me identify a comic book I read two stories from in about 1994-5. It's soft sci-fi (though the stories I remember had a more fantasy feel), and the protagonists are a man and a woman with a spaceship. I think they're troubleshooters or agents for some sort of galactic government.
In the first story, they encounter some sort of hollow planet, with the inner surface colonised by humans. After some adventures I don't remember much about, they use a bunch of explosive plants to turn the planet inside out. Even my 13-year old self thought that science was a little dodgy.
The second one, I remember in more detail. They're on a planet that I think began with S, where the queen is some kind of fertility goddess, and repopulates the planet herself every generation, with a father who must prove himself worthy by a series of trials. The candidates are our hero, a proud warrior guy, a musclebound worker's hero who looks a bit like Bane, and a druidic, hippy guy. They all work their way through the challenges, with our hero comically struggling every step of the way. At the end, the goddess asks them to describe their visions for the planet--conquering power, industrial empire, eco-friendly utopia--and the hero doesn't have one, thinking it's not right to force a worldful of people to his vision. The goddess agrees with his vision ("I don't like those who want to lock people up in a box to which only they hold the key."), and they get with the repopulating. The heroine "rescues" him some time later, where he's living in a community with all the other fathers--but because it's such "an exhausting task", they've all shrunk to about six inches tall. The story ends with the hero being transported back home in a hamster cage, and the heroine assuring him that she'll get round to finding a cure real soon.