Top Ten

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America's Best Comics, 2000 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 208 pages
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Written by Alan Moore; Art by Gene Ha and Zander Cannon This is the tale of Neopolis, a modern metropolis with a citizentry made up exclusively of super beings. In a city where everyone is blessed with powers, it takes a unique and powerful police force to protect and serve. In this Eisner Award-winning book, we are introduced to the extremely diverse officers of Precinct Ten; an armored and talking dog, a genetically engineered "perfect woman," a high tech cowboy, an indestructible man, and a rookie with a toy box full of "helpers." Individually they are unique personalities, together they are Neopolis' finest.

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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.  

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