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Top Ten (1999) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Top Ten (1999) 1A

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON; PAINTED COVER BY ALEX ROSS In stores July 7. The newest ongoing series from America's Best Comics follows a squad of super-powered police men and women unlike any other! With a painted cover by Alex Ross (KINGDOM COME, SUPERMAN: PEACE ON EARTH), the extra-sized TOP TEN #1 introduces the heroes and heroines of Precinct 10 ? Earth's local branch of an inter-dimensional police force ? as they welcome a rookie member to their ranks. How will this new heroine ? code-named Toybox ? fit into a tightly-knit group that includes heroes in armor (one of them a talking dog), a scrap-metal robot (and its equally ramshackle inventor) and more? For more information, see the feature article. Retailers, please note: One in Four copies of this issue features a variant cover by Gene Ha and Zander Cannon. Note: A signed version is offered in the Dynamic Forces section of Previews. FC, 40 PG.$3.50" Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #1B
    Top Ten (1999) 1B

    Alternate Cover by Gene Ha and Zander Cannon. Written by Alan Moore. Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #2
    Top Ten (1999) 2

    Written by Alan Moore; art and cover by Gene Ha and Zander Cannon In stores August 11. It's the day after Toybox's first day at the new job and things are routine, strictly routine. There's a minor traffic accident ? involving a blind cabbie ? and the usual problems with the gangs in South Green; Girl One turns out to be wearing less than regulation uniform; and Kelmo Caesar gets punched out in the canteen. Other than that, it's a slow day at Precinct Ten. There's reportedly a body in an alley down North Hockney way, but it's probably just some wino. Come on, keep it moving. There's nothing to see here. FC, 32 pg.$2.95" Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #3
    Top Ten (1999) 3

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON In stores September 15. A decapitated body found in an alley makes it look like the Libra Killer's back, which means Shock-Headed Peter has got some explaining that he needs to do. Meanwhile, Girl One and Kelmo Ceasar have a frank exchange concerning inter-species sexual preferences, and Lieutenant Peregrine finds himself in a crushing situation with an expansive insurance salesman. If you're not yet acquainted with the men, women and beings of Precinct Ten, it's best that you make things easy on yourself and step forward right away. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #4
    Top Ten (1999) 4

    Written by Alan Moore; art and cover by Gene Ha and Zander Cannon In stores October 20. One way or another, everyone in Neopolis seems to be getting wasted in "Eight Miles High!" If it's not the kids holding their rave parties high on mongoose blood then it's that scary new stuff that officers King Peacock and his partner Synaesthesia just uncovered. Meanwhile, an enormous (and we mean 50-stories tall) alcohol problem hampers further developments in the Libra Killer case. FC, 32 pg." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #5
    Top Ten (1999) 5

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON In stores November 24. Under the streets of Neopolis, there's a manhunt going on, except that the quarry isn't anything close to a man. The trail of the Libra killer grows warmer as Sergeant Kemlo Caesar finds himself responsible for the safety of a potential victim and starts to wish for the dull routine and security of his desk job back at the station. Cyber-Cowboy Duane "The Dust Devil" Bodine and his spark-spitting partner Shock Head Peter try to adjust to an unlikely alliance with North Hockney mega-madam Large Marge, and there's clearly something bothering Jeff Smax. Join the men, women, dogs and mutants of Neopolis' Finest as things take a decided turn for the dark and creepy around Precinct Ten. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #6
    Top Ten (1999) 6

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON In stores December 15. They're making a list, they're checking it twice, they're going to find out who's naughty and nice. Neopolis' finest find Christmas coming a little early this year as they are called upon to deal with a most unusual traffic violation involving reindeer. Also, while it may not be the night before Christmas, all through the house there are lots of things stirring, including a mouse or two. Find out how domestic pest control works in a city full of super-beings, and learn a little more about everyone's favorite misanthropic man-mountain, Jeff Smax. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #7
    Top Ten (1999) 7

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON In stores February 2. Neopolis, for all its problems with robots, monsters and indigenous science-types, is nevertheless widely famed for its progressive attitude towards religious freedoms. This is hardly surprising given the high number of storm gods, demon lords, and super-deities that live and work in the city. After all, nobody wants to offend Odin or Zeus when they've just settled down to an evening's drinking. But what if a crime happens among the members of an exclusive circle of celestial beings that make up the city's high society? What if there's a homicide in Heaven? Join Detectives Jackson and Corbeau as they investigate a divine drive-by in TOP 10 #7. FC, 32 PG." Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #8
    Top Ten (1999) 8

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON Alan Moore script. In stores March 8. Duane's mom is still having problems with her Ultramice, so Duane's still having problems with his mom. The Libra killer turns out to have some friends in high places. Meanwhile, Detectives Jackson and Corbeau get closer to the killer of Stephan Graczik. It's a journey that takes King Peacock to the world at the hub of the network of parallel precincts of which Top Ten is only a part; the mind-blowing meta-metropolis known as Grand Central. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #9
    Top Ten (1999) 9

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON In stores May 10. While life goes on in its usual anything-but-normal way around Precinct Ten, the magnificent King Peacock has an assignment out of town. In fact, his assignment is out of this universe altogether! See Top Ten's dauntless devil-worshipper as he travels to the very hub of the parallel world network of which Top Ten is a part, the stunning Grand Central. As the long and tenuous chain of clues unraveling from the Gomolko/Graczik deaths back in issue one nears its end, Detective Corbeau learns, the hard way, the meaning of the expression, "When in Rome..." FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #10
    Top Ten (1999) 10

    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON The killer that's been on the loose since issue #1 of the Eisner-nominated series is finally revealed! It's a disclosure that leads to a stunning and climatic battle in the very nerve center of Precinct Ten headquarters itself. If you were wondering when the first of our officers would fall in the line of duty, you need wonder no more...but you probably won't like the answer. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #11
    Top Ten (1999) 11

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    WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON A sad aftermath to the apocalyptic events of the previous issue unfolds with devastating results. A new cop joins the force to replace the precinct's fallen brother officer. The mood is tense, the atmosphere uneasy ? and the "nature" of the newbie makes it all the more troubling. Note: This is a resolicitation. All previous orders have been cancelled. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #12
    Top Ten (1999) 12

    TOP TEN #12 WRITTEN BY ALAN MOORE; ART AND COVER BY GENE HA AND ZANDER CANNON In stores July 18. It's the bittersweet "season finale" to TOP TEN. The acclaimed series reaches its brain- bending conclusion as the officers from Precinct 10 are sent out on a disturbing case to bring in a dangerous team of super-thugs. Plus, some loose ends that have been dangling about since the first issue are wrapped up. Stay tuned for upcoming mid-season spin-offs and future seasons of TOP TEN. FC, 32 PG. Cover price $3.50.