Series: Chew

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Chew #1 by John Layman1
Chew #2 by John Layman2
Chew #1 and #2 (set of 2 comics) by John LaymanIssues 1-2
Chew #3 by John Layman3
Chew #4 by John Layman4
CHEW #6 by John Layman6
CHEW #7 by John Layman7
CHEW #8 by John Layman8
Chew #9 by John Layman9
Chew #11 by John Layman11
Chew, Volume 12: Sour Grapes by John Layman12
Chew #13 by John Layman13
Chew #14 by John Layman14
Chew #15 (Image) (2010) by John Layman15
Chew #16 by John Layman16
Chew #17 by John Layman17
Chew #18 by John Layman18
Chew #19 by John Layman19
Chew #20 by John Layman20
Chew #21 (MR) by John Layman21
Chew #22 by John Layman22
Chew #23 by John Layman23
Chew #24 by John Layman24
Chew #25 by John Layman25
Chew #26 by John Layman26
Chew #27 by John Layman27
Chew #28 by John Layman28
Chew #31 by John Layman31
Chew #32 by John Layman32
Chew, Volume 01: Taster's Choice by John LaymanIssues 1-5
Chew, Volume 02: International Flavor by John LaymanIssues 6-10
Chew, Volume 03: Just Desserts by John LaymanIssues 11-15
Chew, Volume 04: Flambé by John LaymanIssues 16-20
Chew, Volume 05: Major League Chew by John LaymanIssues 21-25
Chew, Volume 06: Space Cakes by John LaymanIssues 26-30 + Secret Agent Poyo
Chew, Volume 07: Bad Apples by John LaymanIssues 31-35
Chew, Volume 08: Family Recipes by John LaymanIssues 36-40
Chew, Volume 09: Chicken Tenders by John LaymanIssues 41-45 + Warrior Chicken Poyo
Chew, Volume 10: Blood Puddin' by John LaymanIssues 46-50
Chew, Volume 11: The Last Suppers by John LaymanIssues 51-55 + Chew/Revival
Chew - Omnivore Edition, Vol. 1 by John LaymanIssues 1-10
Chew - Omnivore Edition, Vol. 2 by John LaymanIssues 11-20
Chew - Omnivore Edition, Vol. 3 by John LaymanIssues 21-30 + Secret Agent Poyo
Chew - Omnivore Edition, Vol. 4 by John LaymanIssues 31-40
Chew - Omnivore Edition, Vol. 5 by John LaymanIssues 41-50 + Warrior Chicken Poyo
Chew - Omnivore Edition, Vol. 6 by John LaymanIssues 51-60
Chew Smorgasbord Edition, Volume 1 by John LaymanIssues 1-20
Chew Smorgasbord Edition, Volume 2 by John LaymanIssues 21-40 + Secret Agent Poyo
Chew Secret Agent Poyo #1 by John LaymanSpin-Off

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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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