Wanda Jackson, alias Synaesthesia is a sensible detective on the Top 10 apparently considered boring by some of her peers. Her advanced synaesthesia leads into the realm of clairvoyance. She is known to have once had a romantic relationship with fellow officer Jeff Smax that ended badly, and later harbored an unrequited sexual attraction for her partner on the force King Peacock. When Smax nearly went berserk after failing to protect Toybox from Ultima, Synaesthesia instinctively called him "Jeff, Baby" while calming him, suggesting she retains some strong feeling for him.
Five years after the Ultima incident, she is romantically involved with a new partner, Saltator.
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Precinct 10, more affectionately known as the Top 10, the police force in the city of Neopolis. Top 10 is an entirely superhero-composed police force, which it must be to handle the entirely superpowered citizenry of the city it protects. Top 10 exists under the ownership and continuity of ABC, America's Best Comics, an indepent publisher founded by Alan Moore in 1999, but later bought by WildStorm Productions, a subsidiary of DC Comics. This template will categorize articles that include it into the "Top 10 members and "Police Officers" category."
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