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Absolute Top 10 Read & download ´ 2 ✓ A New York Times BestsellerThe massive multilayered city of Neopolis built shortly after World War II was designed as a home for the expanding population of science heroes heroines and villains that had ballooned into existance in the previous decade Bringing these powered beings together solved some proProblems but created others turning Neopolis into a pressure cooker that normal policing methods could never containJoin rookie cop Robyn Singer alter ego Toybox as she hits the streets for the first time along with a colorful crew of fellow officers each having the reuired training to deal with scienc. I've read this before but its been awhile The art sells this book Every panel is just pure eye candy I loved the visual puns that pop up Gene Ha is amazing

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E villains and super crimes You'll never look at powers or police work the same way againThis volume collects Top 10 #1 2 Top 10 The Forty niners Smax #1 5 and a story from America's Best Comics Special #1  Bonus Material includes  Character sketches and designs page layouts and notes from the artist. I've been rereading a lot of Alan Moore over the last few years because he's so re readable and head and shoulders above almost everyone else in the field and Top 10 is a great example of that There's just so much going on here in terms of information density easter eggs mystery beats social commentary super heroes and police procedurals that it's almost impossible how well Moore Cannon and Ha pull this off I'm including the un collected Top Ten Season 2 a 5 issue series that DC as Wildstorm as ABC abandoned before we could really see where it went That was Cannon and Ha working independently from Moore and they absolutely nailed the visuals and the concept of the Top 10 universe The plotline with the Premise Keepers self actualization grifters for supers who were losing contact with the alternate identities was spot on for example But good as it was you can see how it just wasn't 100% there it lacked Moores understanding of humanity and how to translate it into language They're well worth finding if you can get them and they are solid poor of how much Moore's collaborators bring their own ideas and tone to any series he does For all that we praise Moore he's never a one man show and it's important to remember how much Ha and Cannon made this series work

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Absolute Top 10A New York Times BestsellerThe massive multilayered city of Neopolis built shortly after World War II was designed as a home for the expanding population of science heroes heroines and villains that had ballooned into existance in the previous decade Bringing these powered beings together solved some. A beautiful collected binding for a highly praised graphic novel collection Absolute Top 10 collects the original superhero police procedural arc the Smax fantasy spoof spin off the Deadfellas one shot and the truly sublime 49ers preuel novel I read them all as they came out and distinctly recall comic shop geeks doing a lot of gnashing and wailing over Alan Moore refusing to write any issues beyond what is contained within And I would say rightly soTop 10 is set in a world populated with science heroes sentient machines aliens fantasy creatures and all living and interacting with each other and all policed by a motley crew of violent intelligent considerate loving wild souls with their own special abilities Moore tells the tale of multiple crimes investigated by multiple cops over a series of weeks initially through the eyes of a rookie to the force but slowly expanding to incorporate the full spectrum of the Neopolis police force It's full of sly observations on the nature of superheroes and humanity wonderfully inventive and fully realised characters brought to life with really uite great artwork The Smax storyline is a bit of fun I suppose if you like spoofs of fantasy and humour in your graphic novels but it is the preuel novel that really reimburses the reader who invested so much time in discovering the series it's a fascinating origin storyline loaded with breathtaking imagery from start to finish I'd recommend it to anyone with even a passing interest in crime comics