Top Ten

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America's Best Comics, 2000 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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Organized to police the city of Neopolis, which was built following World War II to house the world's growing number of superheroes, heroines, and villains, the members of Precinct Ten investigate a variety of bizarre events.

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Good premise; interesting concept. - Goodreads
Issue 3 - I loved that ending scene! - Goodreads
The inventiveness and the plot and the characters! - Goodreads
Very tightly written, and very detail oriented artwork. - Goodreads
The characters and artwork in this book are great. - Goodreads
Superheros + Police Procedural = Win. - Goodreads
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Although the big Alan Moore Christmas bonanza somehow yielded only Book 2 of this collected series, it is so compelling that the second half alone was quite fulfilling. "Top Ten" is slang for Precinct 10, the overworked cops policing Neopolis, a city where everyone has a super power and an alter ego. The motley ensemble charged with upholding the law in Neopolis face a variety of challenges, many of which turn out to be interconnected -- but the real charm here lies not in the plot but in the funky details, and in the startlingly distinct and likable characters. One to go back to.  

Review: Top 10, Vol. 1 (Top 10 #1)

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Just amazing. If you havent read the series, do it now! The inventiveness and the plot and the characters! The mans a genius! Read full review

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