Top Ten

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America's Best Comics, Apr 1, 2002 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 144 pages
7 Reviews
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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User Review  - terriko - LibraryThing

Superhero cops in a superhero filled city. Interesting characters, and I gather if you're more of a comic book historian there's a lot of hidden gems in the artwork. and stories. Sadly, I don't have ... Read full review

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User Review  - conformer - LibraryThing

Fluid dialogue, fully-fleshed characters, pathos, sublime violence, paper-thin subplots; all more than make up for the occasionally crap art. Smart but not smart-ass, intelligent but not intellectual, retro but not nostalgic. Plus, a hundred and one visual Easter eggs from comic book history. Read full review

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