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Series: Animal Man [1988]

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TitlesOrder
Animal Man, Vol. 1 by Grant Morrison01-09
Animal Man, Vol. 2: Origin of the Species by Grant Morrison10-17, Secret Origins 39
Animal Man, Vol. 3: Deus Ex Machina by Grant Morrison18-26
Animal Man (1988-1995) Vol. 4: Born to be Wild by Peter Milligan27-37
Animal Man (1988-1995) Vol. 4: Born to be Wild27-37
Homem-Animal: Nascido Para Ser Selvagem by Peter Milligan27-32
Homem-Animal: Réquiem para uma Ave de Rapina by Tom Veitch33-37
Homem-Animal: O Senhor dos Lobos by Tom Veitch38-44
Homem-Animal: O Significado da Carne by Tom Veitch45-50
Homem-Animal: Carne e Sangue by Jamie Delano51-56
Homem-Animal: Presas e Garras by Jamie Delano57-63

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Recommendations

  1. Doom Patrol, Vol.6: Planet Love by Grant Morrison (2008)
  2. Swamp Thing, Vol. 2: Love and Death by Alan Moore (1990)
  3. Justice League International, Volume One by Keith Giffen (1989)
  4. Animal Man, Vol. 5: The Meaning of Flesh by Tom Veitch (2014)
  5. Planetary: All Over The World and Other Stories by Warren Ellis (2000)
  6. Justice League International Volume 5 by Keith Giffen (2011)
  7. Swamp Thing Volume 3: Rotworld - The Green Kingdom by Scott Snyder (2013)
  8. Kurt Busiek's Astro City: The Tarnished Angel by Kurt Busiek (2000)
  9. 52, Vol. 1 by Geoff Johns (2007)
    Same series: 52, Vol. 4, 52, Vol. 2 (52)
  10. Shade, The Changing Man, Vol. 1: The American Scream by Peter Milligan (2003)
  11. Anarchy For The Masses: The Disinformation Guide to The Invisibles by Patrick Neighly (2002)
  12. 100 Bullets, Vol. 5: The Counterfifth Detective by Brian Azzarello (2003)
  13. Starman: Sins of the Father by James Robinson (1996)
  14. Identity Crisis by Brad Meltzer (2005)
  15. Crisis on Infinite Earths by Marv Wolfman (1998)

Series description

Buddy Baker is your average family man...who just happens to possess the power to absorb the characteristics of the entire animal kingdom. Award-winning writer Grant Morrison made his DC Comics debut with this existential look at one of DC Comics' classic characters!

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Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.

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