Series: Cardcaptor Sakura
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Volume 1 by CLAMP||1|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Volume 2 by CLAMP||2|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Vol. 3 (Cardcaptor Sakura Authentic Manga) by CLAMP||3|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Volume 4 by CLAMP||4|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Volume 5 by CLAMP||5|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Volume 6 by CLAMP||6|
|Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Volume 1 by CLAMP||7|
|Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Volume 2 by CLAMP||8|
|Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Volume 3 by CLAMP||9|
|Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Volume 4 by CLAMP||10|
|Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Volume 5 by CLAMP||11|
|Cardcaptor Sakura: Master of the Clow, Volume 6 by CLAMP||12|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Boxed Set 1: Volumes 1-3 by CLAMP||collection 1-3|
|Cardcaptor Sakura, Boxed Set 2: Volumes 4-6 by CLAMP||collection 4-6|
|Cardcaptor Sakura Omnibus, Vol. 1 by CLAMP||Omnibus 1-3|
|Cardcaptor Sakura Omnibus, Vol. 2 by CLAMP||Omnibus 4-6|
|Cardcaptor Sakura Omnibus, Vol. 3 by CLAMP||Omnibus 7-9|
|Cardcaptor Sakura Omnibus, Vol. 4 by CLAMP||Omnibus 10-12|
|The Art of Cardcaptor Sakura #1 by CLAMP||artbook 1|
|The Art of Cardcaptor Sakura #2 by CLAMP||artbook 2|
|The Art of Cardcaptor Sakura #3 by CLAMP||artbook 3|
|Cardcaptor Sakura||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura & Kero-Chan||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura (Green Background)||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Bathtime||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Fairies & Flowers||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Group w/ Sakura Tree||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Kero-chan's Egg||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Sakura in Wonderland||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Sakura Kinamoto||Pencil Board|
|Cardcaptor Sakura ~ Star Wand||Pencil Board|
- Magic Knight Rayearth, Volume 6 by CLAMP (1996)
- Sailor Moon, Vol. 5 by Naoko Takeuchi (1993)
- Sailor Moon, Vol. 1 by Naoko Takeuchi (1992)
- Sailor Moon, Vol. 4 by Naoko Takeuchi (1993)
- Magic Knight Rayearth, Volume 5 by CLAMP (1998)
- I•O•N by Arina Tanemura (2003)
- Ceres: Celestial Legend, Vol. 2: Yūhi by Yuu Watase (2002)
- Magic Knight Rayearth I [Omnibus] by CLAMP (2007)
- Ceres: Celestial Legend, Vol. 1: Aya by Yuu Watase (2002)
- Ceres: Celestial Legend, Vol. 3: Suzumi by Yuu Watase (2002)
- Please Save My Earth (5) by Saki Hiwatari (2002)
- Kamikaze Kaito Jeanne, Vol. 7 by Arina Tanemura (2002)
- Ultra Maniac, Vol. 3 by Wataru Yoshizumi (2005)
- Prétear, Vol. 1 by Kaori Naruse (2000)
- Sakura Hime: The Legend of Princess Sakura, Vol. 2 by Arina Tanemura (2009)
One day, Sakura Kinomoto accidentally opened a book containing dozens of magical cards called Clow Cards, and they scattered around her hometown of Tomoeda. Sakura was chosen to be the master of these cards and has been enlisted by the sun-based guardian Kerberos to use her magic and reclaim these cards before they make any more trouble in town. She is encouraged by her best friend Tomoyo Daidouji, and she meets a rival cardcaptor, Syaoran Li, who is a direct descendant of the creator of the Clow Cards.
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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.