Series: Dan Dare [Hawk Books reprint]

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Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future by Frank Hampson1
Dan Dare: Red Moon Mystery / Marooned on Mercury Vol 2 (Dan Dare: Pilot of the Future) by Mike Higgs2
Dan Dare: Operation Saturn Vol 3 by Mike Higgs3
Dan Dare: Prisoners of Space by Frank Hampson4
Dan Dare: The Man from Nowhere Vol 5 by Mike Higgs5
Dan Dare: Rogue Planet by Frank Hampson6
Dan Dare: Reign of the Robots by Frank Hampson7
Dan Dare: The Phantom Fleet by Frank Hampson8
Dan Dare: The Terra Nova Trilogy v. 9 (Dan Dare Deluxe Collector's Editions) by Mike Higgs9
Dan Dare: Project Nimbus v. 10 (Dan Dare Deluxe Collector's Editions) by Mike Higgs10
Dan Dare: Solid Space Mystery and Other Stories v. 11 (Dan Dare Deluxe Collector's Editions) by Mike Higgs11
Dan Dare: The Final Volume v. 12 (Dan Dare Deluxe Collector's Editions) by Mike Higgs12

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  1. Dan Dare: Voyage to Venus, Part 2 by Frank Hampson (2004)
  2. Dan Dare Dossier by Norman Wright (1990)
  3. Jeff Hawke: Overlord by Willie Patterson (1986)
  4. The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Dailies & Sundays, Volume 01: 1931-1933 by Chester Gould (2006)
  5. Ministry of Space by Warren Ellis (2004)
  6. Prince Valiant, Volume 7: 1949-1950 by Hal Foster (2008)
  7. Dan Dare Oversized HC by Garth Ennis (2008)
  8. Nemo: Heart of Ice by Alan Moore (2013)
  9. Man Who Drew Tomorrow: How Frank Hampson Created "Dan Dare" , the World's Best Comic Strip by Alastair Crompton (1985)
  10. Guardians of the Galaxy: Earth Shall Overcome by Arnold Drake (2009)
  11. The Complete Ballad of Halo Jones by Alan Moore (1991)
  12. Eagle Annual: The Best of the 1950s Comic, Features Dan Dare the Greatest Comic Strip of All Time by Daniel Tatarsky (2007)
  13. Definitive Flash Gordon and Jungle Jim Volume 1: 1934-1936 by Alex Raymond (2011)
  14. Judge Dredd: Complete Case Files Vol. 1 by John Wagner (2005)
  15. Scorchy Smith And The Art Of Noel Sickles by Noel Sickles (2008)

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