Series: Elektra

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Witchblade/Elektra - Devil's Reign, Part 6 by David WohlCrossover
Assassins #1 by D.G. Chichester
Elektra And Wolverine: The Redeemer 1 of 3 by Greg Rucka
Elektra And Wolverine: The Redeemer 2 of 3 by Greg Rucka
Elektra and Wolverine: The Redeemer; 3 of 3 by Greg Rucka
Elektra: Assassin by Frank Miller1
Ultimate Daredevil & Elektra Volume 1 by Greg RuckaUltimate
Ultimate Elektra Volume 1: Devil's Due TPB (Ultimate) by Mike CareyUltimate
Elektra by Frank Miller Omnibus by Frank MillerOmnibus 1-2
Elektra Lives Again by Frank Miller2
Elektra Root Of Evil No.01 The Force Of The Killer by D.G. Chichester3.1
Elektra Root Of Evil No.02 MurdererĀ“s Bible by D.G. Chichester3.2
Elektra Root Of Evil No.03 Hour Of The Wolf by D.G. Chichester3.3
Elektra Root Of Evil No.04 She Who Slays by D.G. Chichester3.4
Elektra & Wolverine: The Redeemer HC by Greg Rucka4
Elektra: The Scorpio Key (Daredevil) by Brian Michael Bendis5
Elektra Volume 1: Introspect TPB (Elektra (Graphic Novels)) by Greg Rucka6
Elektra Volume 2: Everything Old Is New Again TPB (Elektra (Graphic Novels)) by Greg Rucka7
Dark Reign: Elektra TPB by Zeb Wells11
Elektra (1996) #1 - Afraid Of The Dark by Peter Milligan1996

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