A.D. Police

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AD Police: Dead End City (AD.POLICE 終焉都市 AD.POLICE Shuuen Toshi?) is a Japanese comic book limited series written by Toshimichi Suzuki and illustrated by Tony Takezaki. Its happenings are set between A.D. Police Files and Bubblegum Crisis. The story focuses on the members of the AD Police, an advanced group of officers tasked with stopping terrorist activities and Boomer crimes in the city of Mega Tokyo.


The AD Police are an elite group of highly trained and specially equipped police officers, who have been formed to deal with terrorist activities and Boomer crimes in the city of Mega Tokyo. They are more heavily armed and equipped (including power armors like the K-11 and K-12) for a normal police force, but too lightly for a military organization.

The AD Police are offered a great deal of leeway in their activities, often blockading large sections of the city and causing great amounts of property damage in the course of fulfilling their duty. Despite their dedication to their jobs, however, the citizens of Mega Tokyo tend to dislike and distrust members of the AD Police, seeing them as corrupt and ineffectual.

External links

A.D. Police: Dead End City (manga) at Anime News Network's Encyclopedia

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