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9th Sep '16 10:14:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* SpaceRomans: Precinct One, where TheRomanEmpire never ended.

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* SpaceRomans: Precinct One, where TheRomanEmpire UsefulNotes/TheRomanEmpire never ended.
27th Jul '16 1:35:09 AM morenohijazo
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* ColorBlindConfusion: Hyperdog eventually reveals that he's color blind, which means that he's been able to see through the patterns on the skin of his partner Girl One (who was created so she has to be naked all the time but ''does'' have a nudity taboo and uses the patterns to give her some modesty) and when she finds out [[AccidentalPervert he's been effectively seeing her naked this whole time]] she decks him.

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* ColorBlindConfusion: Hyperdog [[UpliftedAnimal Hyperdog]] eventually reveals that he's color blind, which means that he's been able to see through the patterns on the skin of his partner [[ArtificialHuman Girl One One]] (who was created by a couple of horny fanboys so she has to be naked all the time but ''does'' have a nudity taboo and uses the patterns to give her some modesty) and when she finds out [[AccidentalPervert he's been effectively seeing her naked this whole time]] she decks him.him. He tells her he's not attracted to human women as a way to try and diffuse the situation, though we later learn he was lying about this when he enters a relationship with one.
26th Jul '16 9:03:23 AM morenohijazo
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* ColorBlindConfusion: Hyperdog eventually reveals that he's color blind, which means that he's been able to see through the patterns on the skin of his partner Girl One (who was created so she has to be naked all the time but ''does'' have a nudity taboo and uses the patterns to give her some modesty) and when she finds out [[AccidentalPervert he's been effectively seeing her naked this whole time]] she decks him.
24th Jul '16 2:40:26 PM nombretomado
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** Bill "Wolfspider" Bailey is either named for [[BillBailey the comedian]] or the cabaret tune.

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** Bill "Wolfspider" Bailey is either named for [[BillBailey [[Music/BillBailey the comedian]] or the cabaret tune.
14th May '16 12:44:05 PM Orbiting
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* NonHumanHead: Officer Pete Luhan has a TV set for a head, which allows him to beam hypnotic images at other people. He uses this talent to get information out of uncooperative suspects.
30th Mar '16 9:57:21 PM SarcasmKid
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* BewareTheSuperman: Atoman is a rather blatant CaptainErsatz of Superman, but he appears rather hulking and muscular and is perpetually scowling in his first appearance. [[spoiler: He's also been raping his niece Atomaid and the other sidekicks to the Seven Sentinels for years.]]


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* HarmfulToMinors: The Seven Sentinels. [[spoiler: Their so-called battles in outer space and other dimensions are really a cover to hide they're a child molestation operation, and have been sexually abusing their children/sidekicks for years.]]
7th Jan '16 11:07:51 PM PaulA
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* ForeseeingMyDeath: M'rgalla Qualtz gets a vision of her upcoming death. In the event she forces the issue by attacking her killer-to-be on sight and getting slain in self-defense, but it's not clear if it's a SelfFulfillingProphecy because the killer then proceeds to lay waste to the surroundings, so she might well have died in any case.
7th Jan '16 10:52:20 PM PaulA
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There was a twelve issue series published in 1999-2000, plus a SpinOff involving the character Smax published in 2003, and a prequel published in 2005, all written by Creator/AlanMoore. Also in 2005, another five-issue series set five years later was published - written by Paul Di Filippo and drawn by Jerry Ordway- which pretty much nobody liked, as well as "Season Two," ''another'' five-issue series written by Zander Cannon with Gene Ha returning on art in 2008, which most people did. While 2005's ''Beyond the Furthest Precinct'' was an {{Anvilicious}} TakeThat towards the Bush administration, ''Season Two'' was much more faithful to the original series and avoided the pitfalls of ''Beyond...'' by [[{{Retcon}} completely ignoring it]].

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There was a twelve issue series published in 1999-2000, plus a SpinOff involving the character Smax SpinOff, ''ComicBook/{{Smax}}'', published in 2003, and a prequel prequel, ''The Forty-Niners'', published in 2005, all written by Creator/AlanMoore. Also in 2005, another five-issue series set five years later was published - written by Paul Di Filippo and drawn by Jerry Ordway- Ordway - which pretty much nobody liked, as well as "Season Two," Two", ''another'' five-issue series written by Zander Cannon with Gene Ha returning on art in 2008, which most people did. While 2005's ''Beyond the Furthest Precinct'' was an {{Anvilicious}} TakeThat towards the Bush administration, ''Season Two'' was much more faithful to the original series and avoided the pitfalls of ''Beyond...'' by [[{{Retcon}} completely ignoring it]].



* GenreShift: The main series is a humorous but still pretty straightforward hybrid of a PoliceProcedural and a [[SuperHero superhero comic]]. The ''Smax'' miniseries that follows it, however, is pretty much a parody of generic {{fantasy}} literature.



* SurvivorGuilt: Smax left his home, and went as far away as Precinct 10, because he couldn't save a little girl from a [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragon]]. Her handprint was permanently burned onto his chest, which didn't exactly help matters.
7th Jan '16 10:46:58 PM PaulA
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* FakeUltimateHero: The Seven Sentinels, a superhero team who have fought many monsters and defeated many alien invasions -- always in space, or in alternate universes, or in other conveniently-uncheckable locations.
7th Jan '16 10:04:18 PM PaulA
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A PoliceProcedural ComicBook with a twist, written by Creator/AlanMoore, drawn by Zander Cannon and Gene Ha, and published by Creator/AmericasBestComics. ''Top 10'' follows the lives of the officers of precinct 10, Top Ten, as they patrol the streets of [[CityOfAdventure Neopolis]]. The twist is that every single man, woman, and child in Neopolis is a costumed "[[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Science Hero]]" complete with CodeName. Despite the [[FantasyKitchenSink fantastic]] setting, the PoliceProcedural premise is played [[MundaneFantastic completely straight]]. Transportation accidents, a SerialKiller targeting [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold prostitutes]], and a pervert groping woman are all things they deal with. The twist is that instead of car accidents there are [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation]] accidents, the SerialKiller is a [[EldritchAbomination grotesque]] space alien [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]] [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe ex-porn star]] and the prostitutes include Immune Girl whose power is that she can't get AIDS or [[TheCorruption S.T.O.R.M.S.]] (a [[BodyHorror mutagenic]] form of VD), while the pervert groping women is a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifter]] who just shifts into the form of a chair.

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A PoliceProcedural ComicBook with a twist, written by Creator/AlanMoore, drawn by Zander Cannon and Gene Ha, and published by Creator/AmericasBestComics. ''Top 10'' follows the lives of the officers of precinct 10, Top Ten, as they patrol the streets of [[CityOfAdventure Neopolis]]. The twist is that every single man, woman, and child in Neopolis is a costumed "[[DifferentlyPoweredIndividual Science Hero]]" complete with CodeName. Despite the [[FantasyKitchenSink fantastic]] setting, the PoliceProcedural premise is played [[MundaneFantastic completely straight]]. Transportation accidents, a SerialKiller targeting [[HookerWithAHeartOfGold prostitutes]], and a pervert groping woman women are all things they deal with. The twist is that instead of car accidents there are [[TeleportersAndTransporters teleportation]] accidents, [[TeleFrag teleportation accidents]], the SerialKiller is a [[EldritchAbomination grotesque]] space alien [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting]] [[GreenSkinnedSpaceBabe ex-porn star]] and the prostitutes include Immune Girl whose power is that she can't get AIDS or [[TheCorruption S.T.O.R.M.S.]] (a [[BodyHorror mutagenic]] form of VD), while the pervert groping women is a [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifter]] who just shifts into the form of a chair.



* EasilyDetachableRobotParts: Joe Pi casually detaches his head and tucks it under his arm to amuse Irma's children.



* FunTShirt: Sgt Caesar's dress sense goes in for dog-inflected versions of fashionable or humorous t-shirts, such as the one with the slogan ''What part of "ARF" don't you understand?''.

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Sgt Caesar's dress sense goes in for dog-inflected versions of fashionable or humorous t-shirts, such as the one with the slogan ''What part of "ARF" don't you understand?''.understand?''.
** When King Peacock visits an alternate parallel where the Roman Empire never fell, there's a tourist in the background wearing a T-shirt that says, "I came, I saw, I bought this lousy T-shirt".



* HeelFaceTurn: In ''The Forty-Niners'', Skywitch/Leni was originally a German science hero, but defected to the Allies in 1943, apparently because she disapproved of the policies of the Nazis.

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* HeelFaceTurn: In ''The Forty-Niners'', Skywitch/Leni Leni "Skywitch" Muller was originally a German science hero, but defected to the Allies in 1943, apparently because she disapproved of the policies of the Nazis.



* LogicBomb: Jokingly invoked by Joe Pi.
-->'''Irma Geddon''': You know, you AIs are almost too cute. How do I unplug you when you take over the world?\\
'''Joe Pi''': Ask me the purpose of existence, and I explode.



* MeaningfulEcho: Toybox's first call-out after being assigned to the tenth precinct is a domestic assault, the most recent of many for the couple in question. Joe Pi's first call-out after being assigned to the tenth precinct is a death, which turns out to be the result of the same couple's deteriorating relationship finally going too far.



* RocketRide: Sky Witch

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* RocketRide: Sky WitchSkywitch, in ''The Forty-Niners'', rides a rocket-powered flying "broomstick".


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* SymbolicBlood: After King Peacock is forced to kill a robot in self-defense, he's left with machine oil on his hands that looks like blood, and which he reacts to as if it were.


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* TeleFrag: A traffic accident attended by Peregrine involves several sets of teleporters, one of whom wasn't obeying the traffic rules, resulting in a fatal overlap.
* ThreeLawsCompliant: Joe Pi mentions "Asimov's Laws" at one point, but in context these appear to be statutory laws rather than inherent restraints; after confirming that Neopolis, unlike his home town of Turingville, has no such laws on its books, Joe demonstrates that he's quite capable of harming humans if he judges it necessary in the line of duty.


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* VisualPun: The rubber-neckers around a traffic accident include a few who literally have rubber necks.
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