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8th Jan '17 12:41:42 PM nombretomado
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** What got me was rereading ''TopTen'' after reading the Smax special, which looks just like a completely plot-unrelated spinoff, but was actually planned all along and starts getting foreshadowed in about issue five or so. -- GloatingSwine

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** What got me was rereading ''TopTen'' ''ComicBook/TopTen'' after reading the Smax special, which looks just like a completely plot-unrelated spinoff, but was actually planned all along and starts getting foreshadowed in about issue five or so. -- GloatingSwine
8th Jan '17 12:40:47 PM nombretomado
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* I'd read all of Creator/AlanMoore's ''TopTen'' in one go, and was literally at the fridge when I realized, no it wasn't just a fun police procedural with superheroes, it was the ''best'' police procedural out there. Furthermore, it is actually Alan Moore's most sophisticated work, because unlike some of his better known work, he never relies on any the characters being messed in the head or being in a nigh-apocalyptic scenario in order to keep the story going or to keep the reader interested; for all intents and purposes, they're just average ordinary people, facing average ordinary problems, and '''damn''' do you root for them and care about them. -- LexiDizzle

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* I'd read all of Creator/AlanMoore's ''TopTen'' it in one go, and was literally at the fridge when I realized, no it wasn't just a fun police procedural with superheroes, it was the ''best'' police procedural out there. Furthermore, it is actually Alan Moore's most sophisticated work, because unlike some of his better known work, he never relies on any the characters being messed in the head or being in a nigh-apocalyptic scenario in order to keep the story going or to keep the reader interested; for all intents and purposes, they're just average ordinary people, facing average ordinary problems, and '''damn''' do you root for them and care about them. -- LexiDizzle
21st Jan '14 5:12:31 PM nombretomado
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* I'd read all of AlanMoore's ''TopTen'' in one go, and was literally at the fridge when I realized, no it wasn't just a fun police procedural with superheroes, it was the ''best'' police procedural out there. Furthermore, it is actually Alan Moore's most sophisticated work, because unlike some of his better known work, he never relies on any the characters being messed in the head or being in a nigh-apocalyptic scenario in order to keep the story going or to keep the reader interested; for all intents and purposes, they're just average ordinary people, facing average ordinary problems, and '''damn''' do you root for them and care about them. -- LexiDizzle

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* I'd read all of AlanMoore's Creator/AlanMoore's ''TopTen'' in one go, and was literally at the fridge when I realized, no it wasn't just a fun police procedural with superheroes, it was the ''best'' police procedural out there. Furthermore, it is actually Alan Moore's most sophisticated work, because unlike some of his better known work, he never relies on any the characters being messed in the head or being in a nigh-apocalyptic scenario in order to keep the story going or to keep the reader interested; for all intents and purposes, they're just average ordinary people, facing average ordinary problems, and '''damn''' do you root for them and care about them. -- LexiDizzle
18th Oct '11 10:32:54 AM Dante668
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