Space Police

Some articles on space police, space, police:

Lego Battles - Plot
... The humans form an alliance with the Space Police, led by the gruff Space Police Captain, and the Aliens form an alliance with the Space Criminals, led by Plisken, the Space Criminal Leader (who looks exactly like ...
2001 In Afghanistan - September
... audio tapes, along with investigation files from the religious police ... usage of Pakistani air space ... that his nation was not yet prepared to guarantee the United States air space should the Bush administration decide to launch retaliatory strikes against suspected terrorist ...
Magical Starsign - Synopsis - Characters - Space Police
... The space police base is located in the wind planet, Puffoon, and they are notorious for redirecting cases to other departments or ignoring them completely ... They are secretly in league with the Pirates of Cassia, and generic police officers fight using light magic, bombs, and martial arts ... Biek Fowler This large chicken-type alien is the combat instructor of the Space Police, and is a minion of Master Kale ...
Brave Series Overview - Show Summaries and Context
... an intergalactic "policeman" chases after space pirates called the Geisters as they descend on Earth to steal all of its "treasures," having no idea ... When he arrives on Earth, Exkaiser and his "Space Police Force" possess a variety of vehicles in spirit form, converting them to transform into humanoid robots ... The concept of the "Space Police Force" otherwise remains intact (though not connected to the earlier series), a key difference being that the mecha that Fighbird and one of the combiner teams use was developed ...

Famous quotes containing the words police and/or space:

    Despite your best efforts, you could not invent a better police force for literature than criticism and the author’s own conscience.
    Anton Pavlovich Chekhov (1860–1904)

    I would have broke mine eye-strings, cracked them, but
    To look upon him, till the diminution
    Of space had pointed him sharp as my needle;
    Nay, followed him till he had melted from
    The smallness of a gnat to air, and then
    Have turned mine eye and wept.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)