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Series: Batgirl Vol. 1 [2000-2006]

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Batgirl, Vol. 1 #1 by Kelley Puckett1
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #2 by Kelley Puckett2
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #3 by Kelley Puckett3
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #4 by Kelley Puckett4
Batgirl # 5 by Kelley Puckett5
Batgirl # 6 by Kelley Puckett6
Batgirl # 7 by Kelley Puckett7
Batgirl # 8 by Kelley Puckett8
Batgirl # 9 by Kelley Puckett9
Batgirl (2000) Issue #10 by Kelley Puckett10
Batgirl # 11 by Kelley Puckett11
Batgirl (2000) Issue #12 Mute Witness by Chuck Dixon12
Batgirl # 13 by Kelley Puckett13
Batgirl # 14 by Kelley Puckett14
Batgirl # 15 by Kelley Puckett15
Batgirl # 16 by Kelley Puckett16
Batgirl # 17 by Kelley Puckett17
Batgirl # 18 by Kelly Puckett18
Batgirl # 19 by Kelley Puckett19
Batgirl # 20 by Chuck Dixon20
Batgirl # 21 by Kelley Puckett21
Batgirl # 22 by Kelly Puckett22
Batgirl # 23 by Kelley Puckett23
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #24 by Kelley Puckett24
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #25 by Kelley Puckett25
Batgirl # 26 by Scott Peterson26
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #27 by Kelley Puckett27
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #28 by Kelley Puckett28
Batgirl # 29 by Kelly Puckett29
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #30 by Chuck Dixon30
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #31 by Chuck Dixon31
Batgirl # 32 by Chuck Dixon32
Batgirl # 33 by Kelley Puckett33
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #34 by Kelley Puckett34
Batgirl # 35 by Kelley Puckett35
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #36 by Kelley Puckett36
Batgirl # 37 by Kelley Puckett37
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #38 by Andersen Gabrych38
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #39 by Dylan Horrocks39
Batgirl # 40 by Dylan Horrocks40
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #41 by Dylan Horrocks41
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #42 by Dylan Horrocks42
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #43 by Dylan Horrocks43
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #44 by Dylan Horrocks44
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #45 by Dylan Horrocks45
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #46 by Dylan Horrocks46
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #47 by Dylan Horrocks47
Batgirl # 48 by Dylan Horrocks48
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #49 by Dylan Horrocks49
Batgirl # 50 by Dylan Horrocks50
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #51 by Dylan Horrocks51
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #52 by Dylan Horrocks52
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #53 by Dylan Horrocks53
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #54 by Dylan Horrocks54
Batgirl # 55 by Dylan Horrocks55
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #56 by Dylan Horrocks56
Batgirl, Vol. 1 #57 by Dylan Horrocks57
Batgirl # 58 by Andersen Gabrych58
Batgirl # 59 by Andersen Gabrych59
Batgirl # 60 by Andersen Gabrych60
Batgirl # 61 by Andersen Gabrych61
Batgirl # 62 by Andersen Gabrych62
Batgirl # 63 by Andersen Gabrych63
Batgirl # 64 by Andersen Gabrych64
Batgirl # 65 by Andersen Gabrych65
Batgirl # 66 by Andersen Gabrych66
Batgirl Issue #67 by Andersen Gabrych67
Batgirl # 68 by Andersen Gabrych68
Batgirl # 69 by Andersen Gabrych69
Batgirl # 70 by Andersen Gabrych70
Batgirl # 71 by Andersen Gabrych71
Batgirl # 72 by Andersen Gabrych72
Batgirl # 73 by Andersen Gabrych73

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To create a series or add a work to it, go to a "work" page. The "Common Knowledge" section now includes a "Series" field. Enter the name of the series to add the book to it.

Works can belong to more than one series. In some cases, as with Chronicles of Narnia, disagreements about order necessitate the creation of more than one series.

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What isn't a series?

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).

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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