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Alan Moore’s Top Ten (FV + NF + UP)

Top 10 is a superhero comic book limited series published by the America’s Best Comics imprint of Wildstorm, itself an imprint of DC Comics. Written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Gene Ha and Zander Cannon, the series details the lives and work of the police force of Neopolis, a city in which everyone, from the police and criminals to civilians, children and even pets, has super powers and colourful costumes.

The series 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?

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Tuesday, August 28th, 2012 by Mrs. Ray

Alan Moore’s Smax (FV + NF + UP)

A miniseries spinning out of the Eisner Award-winning TOP 10!
When Jeff Smax’s beloved uncle passes away, the Top 10 officer is called back to his homeworld with his partner, Robyn “Toybox” Slinger. But what they find is a world filled with magic, spells and bizarre creatures!

The story deals with Smax and Toybox returning, via magical teleportation, to Jeff’s magically enchanted homeworld. Smax, now a city dweller, seems embarrassed by his unsophisticated, sword-and-sorcery roots. They attend Smax’s uncle’s funeral where Jeff introduces Robyn as his wife, though no such relationship exists. At this point we are introduced to Jeff’s sister, Rexa Macksun, dressed in the typical garb of a female fantasy barbarian such as Red Sonya and just as tall and physically impressive as her brother with the same blue skin and white hair.

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Monday, August 27th, 2012 by Mrs. Ray

The Authority Vol.1 01-29 (FH+AA+F4S)

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Sunday, July 22nd, 2012 by drag

The Authority vol.1 (RS+OR+RG+FF+HF)


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Sunday, July 22nd, 2012 by Chev Chelios

Ratchet and Clank (OR+RG+FF)


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Saturday, July 14th, 2012 by Chev Chelios

Saga of Seven Suns Prequel: Veiled Alliances (OR + NV)

This graphic novel is a prequel to the Saga of Seven Suns prose novels.

Eleven exploratory ships carrying people who don’t want their descendants to have to live on what they see Earth becoming have now been discovered by another, more advanced, space-faring civilization, the Ildaran Empire. The empire helps the refugees — by now the several-generations-later offspring of the original voyagers — settle in suitable situations and sends diplomats with a few of them to Earth to establish commerce and other connections. Meanwhile, both Earth and Ildaran authorities bring hidden agendas to their first-contact discussions. The book stands out for its superlative art by Robert Teranishi, whose rendering of characters, machines and alien planets is stunning.

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Sunday, July 1st, 2012 by Mrs. Ray

Astro City Series (OR + NF)

The metro area of Astro City is a mecca for super-powered beings, largely because Air Ace, the first public super-hero and a decorated veteran, established residency there shortly after World War I. The series has established a large cast of characters, from small cameo roles of a few panels to full center stage attention spanning several issues.

The series is an anthology that focuses on different characters living within Astro City, using a wide range of viewpoints. Some issues are told from the viewpoint of heroes, some from the more typical vantage point of average people, others from villains and shady criminals.

Kurt Busiek’s Astro City is a comic book series centered on a fictional American city of that name. Written by Kurt Busiek, the series is co-created and illustrated by Brent Anderson with character designs and painted covers by Alex Ross.

Astro City and its creators have won a number of Eisner Awards and Harvey Awards, the American comic industry’s equivalent of science fiction’s Hugo Awards, as well as several Comics Buyer’s Guide Fan Awards.

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Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 by Mrs. Ray
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