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Dykes to Watch Out for by Alison Bechdel1
More Dykes To Watch Out For by Alison Bechdel2
New Improved!: Dykes to Watch Out for by Alison Bechdel3
Dykes to Watch Out for: The Sequel : Added Attraction! "Serial Monogamy" : A Documentary by Alison Bechdel4
Spawn of Dykes to Watch Out for by Alison Bechdel5
Unnatural Dykes to Watch Out for by Alison Bechdel6
Hot, Throbbing Dykes to Watch Out for by Alison Bechdel7
Split-Level Dykes to Watch Out for by Alison Bechdel8
Post-Dykes to Watch Out For by Alison Bechdel9
Dykes and Sundry Other Carbon-Based Life Forms to Watch Out For by Alison Bechdel10
Invasion of the Dykes to Watch Out For (Dykes to Watch Out for) by Alison Bechdel11
The Essential Dykes to Watch Out For by Alison Bechdelselected omnibus
Complete Dykes to Watch Out For, Volume 1 by Alison Bechdelomnibus

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Since 1983 Alison Bechtel has been chronicling the lives of various characters in the fictionalized Dykes to Watch Out For strip, "one of the preeminent oeuvres in the comic game, period" (Ms.). Utne magazine has listed DTWOF as "one of the greatest hits of the twentieth century."   The strip is syndicated in fifty alternative newspapers, translated into many languages, and collected into a book series with a quarter of a million copies in print. [adapted from Fun Home (2006)]

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