Not that she does nothing. She's first seen with Pakrat hiding in the vents like they were at the end of Atari Force #6, spying on Psyklops as he torments Tempest. Dart then decides to make a move, but before she can, Pakrat gets pounced on by a viper-hound. So Dart shoots at it, sets off an alarm, and the two of them take off. All of that is good stuff, except for some somewhat forced exposition, and sets them up for a major confrontation.
After learning last time that Tempest had been captured, Martin begins this issue in a fit of insane fury. After some wide-eyed, clenched-teeth brooding, he decides he needs to take action, and volunteers to turn himself over to the Dark Destroyer. This is idiotic for a few reasons. Firstly, sending people over to the Destroyer's ship has been a bad idea every single time so far. Second, Martin has nothing to offer the Destroyer, so why he could possibly imagine he would be able to save Tempest by surrendering himself is beyond me. Now their enemy just has them both. And finally, the Destroyer has predicted pretty much everything Atari Force has done up to now, so Martin jumping to his immediate, knee-jerk reaction is just asking to be anticipated again.
After all, if anyone had a chance of surviving the ship blowing up, it'd probably be the Dark Destroyer. I'm not sure I totally swallow Dart's strategy as a valid one, and for the Destroyer not to have any kind of contingency plan in place is even harder to believe. It's a hollow win, an unearned resolution. Easily the biggest disappointment of the series yet.