Top 10 Season Two #4

Top 10 Season Two #4

Writer: Zander Cannon Artist: Gene Ha Publisher: Wildstorm Release Date: March 11, 2009 Cover Price: $2.99 Critic Reviews: 3
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  • 9.0
    Chuck's Comic Of The Day - Chuck Mar 15, 2009

    They're doing excellent work, and maintaining the high standards set by original writer Alan Moore - and that's saying something! Read Full Review

  • 8.0
    Comic Book Resources - Greg McElhatton Mar 11, 2009

    There is one strange thing going on here, though, and I'm hoping we'll get some sort of update or clarification before too long. This was solicited as "Top 10 Season Two" #4 (of 4). The problem is, most storylines don't come even close to a conclusion here. So will there be a continuation around the corner, before too long? There is still a "Top 10 Season Two Special" coming up (with art by Da Xiong), but the solicitation makes it sound like a one-off story, not picking up where this issue left off. I'm really hoping this isn't the end of the Cannon and Ha "Top 10" because this has just reminded me more and more why I loved the original so much. It's too good to fall by the wayside. More, please! Read Full Review

  • 6.0
    Major Spoilers - Matthew Peterson Mar 22, 2009

    The real charm of the original Top 10 series (not "Beyond The Farthest Precinct," which frankly lacked in all aspects but art) was delivered by the in-jokes. A visit to a hospital could easily result in cameos by Doctor Who, Doctor Smith, and Doctor Doom, while a visit to the robotic ghetto would almost certainly be filled with Robbie the Robot and other cameos. This series, by original Top 10 artists Gene Ha and Xander Cannon, brings those visual cues back, and their plotting, while not as byzantine as Alan Moore's, is still well-handled. I was confused by this particular series, in that I would have sworn it was solicited as a 5 issue series, and the closing didn't really resolve a lot of the plot points that the series opened. A quick check of Wildstorm's publishing schedule shows a Top 10 special in the works, so hopefully more is to come... Either way, this issue almost captures the complete awesome that was the original series, and Top 10 - Season 2 #4 ranks an impressi Read Full Review

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