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Series: Animal Man, Volume 1

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Animal man # 01 by Grant Morrison1
Secret origins # 39 by Mark Waidnot in English Common Knowledge
Totems by Tom Peyernot in English Common Knowledge
Animal man # 02 by Grant Morrison2
Animal man # 03 by Grant Morrison3
Animal man # 04 by Grant Morrison4
Animal man # 05 by Grant Morrison5
Animal man # 06 by Grant Morrison6
Animal man # 07 by Grant Morrison7
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Animal man # 17 by Grant Morrison17
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Animal man # 19 by Grant Morrison19
Animal man # 20 by Grant Morrison20
Animal man # 21 by Grant Morrison21
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Animal man # 23 by Grant Morrison23
Animal man # 24 by Grant Morrison24
Animal man # 25 by Grant Morrison25
Animal man # 26 by Grant Morrison26
Animal man # 27 by Peter Milligan27
Animal man # 28 by Peter Milligan28
Animal man # 29 by Peter Milligan29
Animal man # 30 by Peter Milligan30
Animal man # 31 by Peter Milligan31
Animal man # 32 by Peter Milligan32
Animal man # 33 by Tom Veitch33
Animal man # 34 by Tom Veitch34
Animal man # 35 by Tom Veitch35
Animal man # 36 by Tom Veitch36
Animal man # 37 by Tom Veitch37
Animal man # 38 by Tom Veitch38
Animal man # 39 by Tom Veitch39
Animal man # 40 by Tom Veitch40
Animal man # 41 by Tom Veitch41
Animal man # 42 by Tom Veitch42
Animal man # 43 by Tom Veitch43
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Animal man # 45 by Tom Veitch45
Animal man # 46 by Tom Veitch46
Animal man # 47 by Tom Veitch47
Animal man # 48 by Tom Veitch48
Animal man # 49 by Tom Veitch49
Animal man # 50 by Tom Veitch50
Animal man # 51 by Jamie Delano51
Animal man # 52 by Jamie Delano52
Animal man # 53 by Jamie Delano53
Animal man # 54 by Jamie Delano54
Animal man # 55 by Jamie Delano55
Animal man # 56 by Jamie Delano56
Animal man # 57 by Jamie Delano57
Animal man # 58 by Jamie Delano58
Animal man # 59 by Jamie Delano59
Animal man # 60 by Jamie Delano60
Animal man # 61 by Jamie Delano61
Animal man # 62 by Jamie Delano62
Animal man # 63 by Jamie Delano63
Animal man # 64 by Jamie Delano64
Animal man # 65 by Jamie Delano65
Animal man # 66 by Jamie Delano66
Animal man # 67 by Jamie Delano67
Animal man # 68 by Jamie Delano68
Animal man # 69 by Jamie Delano69
Animal man # 70 by Jamie Delano70
Animal man # 71 by Jamie Delano71
Animal man # 72 by Jamie Delano72
Animal man # 73 by Jamie Delano73
Animal man # 74 by Jamie Delano74
Animal man # 75 by Jamie Delano75
Animal man # 76 by Jamie Delano76
Animal man # 77 by Jamie Delano77
Animal man # 78 by Jamie Delano78
Animal man # 79 by Jamie Delano79
Animal man # 80 by Jerry Prosser80
Animal man # 81 by Jerry Prosser81
Animal man # 82 by Jerry Prosser82
Animal man # 83 by Jerry Prosser83
Animal man # 84 by Jerry Prosser84
Animal man # 85 by Jerry Prosser85
Animal man # 86 by Jerry Prosser86
Animal man # 87 by Jerry Prosser87
Animal man # 88 by Jerry Prosser88
Animal man # 89 by Jerry Prosser89
Animal man Annual #1 by Jamie DelanoAnnual 1
Vertigo Jam #1 August 1993 by Neil GaimanShort story
Animal Man, Vol. 1 by Grant MorrisonTPB 1: #1-9
Animal Man, Vol. 2: Origin of the Species by Grant MorrisonTPB 2: #10-17
Animal Man, Vol. 3: Deus Ex Machina by Grant MorrisonTPB 3: #18-26
Animal Man, Vol. 4: Born to be Wild by Peter MilliganTPB 4: #27-37
Animal Man, Vol. 5: The Meaning of Flesh by Tom VeitchTPB 5: #38-50
Animal Man, Vol. 6: Flesh and Blood by Jamie DelanoTPB 6: #51-63
Animal Man, Vol. 7: Red Plague by Jamie DelanoTPB 7: #64-71 + Annual #1
The Animal Man Omnibus by Grant MorrisonOmnibus 1-26

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Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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