Top Ten: The Forty-Niners

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DC Comics, Mar 22, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 112 pages
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This is the tale of Neopolis, a modern metr-opolis with a citizenry made up exclusively of super beings. In this city where everyone is blessed with powers, it takes a unique and powerful police force to protect and serve.The officers of Precinct 10 encounter all manner of the super powered and the supernatural on a routine basis.The Eisner Award-winning TOP 10 team of writer Alan Moore and artist Gene Ha reunites for a graphic novel that delves into the past, revealing the origins of Neopolis and the first officers of Top Ten.Discover the original Top 10 officers who blazed the trail and made Neopolis the city it is today.

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User Review  - texascheeseman - LibraryThing

Top 10: The Forty Niners Author: Alan Moore, Gene Ha, Todd Klein, Art Lyon Publisher: America’s Best Comics Published In: La Jolla, CA, USA Date: 2005 Pgs: 112 REVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS Summary ... Read full review

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User Review  - GingerbreadMan - LibraryThing

This is a prequel to Moore’s Top 10 books, about police work in a swarming city where EVERYBODY has superpowers. It’s a fascinating place to visit, and this book is no exception. Set in the early days ... Read full review

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Alan Moore is perhaps the most widely respected comic writer of the modern era, his contribution to the comics world is incalculable. He created the classic Watchmen, V for Vendetta, The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and From Hell - all of which have been made into major motion pictures. Ian Gibson is one of 2000 AD's most prolific artists, cocreating Robo-Hunter and I Was a Teenage Tax Consultant, as well as regularly illustrating Judge Dredd.

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