a city where every citizen, from poorest slum-dweller to corporate
honcho, has unusual powers and abilities - not to mention
an alter ego and costume. How would such a city be policed?
Join the unusual law force of Neopolis as they go about their
day-to-day rounds and find out...
10: Book Two is
one of those genres that you are either going to love or loath.
Part Judge Dredd, part The New Statesmen there
is plenty of scope here for Alan Moore to let his mind run
riot and it does with great results.
there is a slight drawback in that Moore sometimes paints
his characters into corners and then forgets about them. King
Peacock's Gladiator story arc disintegrates just as he is
about to go head-to-head with some of the meanest fighters
in the galaxy. And the next we hear of him he is back at Precinct
10 with no explanation (obviously he won).
and anyone who is thinking that King Peacock is modelled on
Christopher Judge's Teal'c character in Stargate SG-1 will
find it amusing to see the SG-1 team in the background of
one of the frames.
is an enjoyable series, but a little more polish could have
been added to spruce proceedings up a little.
and if you are the sort of person who gets of on women snogging
dogs then you are in for a treat.
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