Series: Foxtrot Treasury

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FoxTrot: The Works by Bill Amend1
FoxTrot: En Masse by Bill Amend2
Enormously FoxTrot by Bill Amend3
Wildly FoxTrot by Bill Amend4
FoxTrot Beyond a Doubt by Bill Amend5
Camp FoxTrot by Bill Amend6
Assorted FoxTrot by Bill Amend7
FoxTrot: Assembled With Care by Bill Amend8
FoxTrotius Maximus: A FoxTrot Treasury by Bill Amend9
Jam-Packed FoxTrot by Bill Amend10
Wrapped-Up FoxTrot: A Treasury with the Final Daily Strips (Foxtrot Collection) by Bill Amend11

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  1. My Hot Dog Went Out, Can I Have Another? : A FoxTrot Collection by Bill Amend (2005)
  2. Journey to Cubeville by Scott Adams (1998)
  3. Groovitude by Darby Conley (2002)
  4. Big Honkin' Zits: A Zits Treasury by Jerry Scott (2001)
  5. The Calvin and Hobbes Lazy Sunday Book by Bill Watterson (1989)
  6. It's The Thought That Counts: For Better or For Worse 15th Anniversary Collection by Lynn Johnston (1994)
  7. Wall-To-Wall Baby Blues: A Baby Blues Treasury by Rick Kirkman (2003)
  8. Bloom County: Loose Tails by Berkeley Breathed (1983)
  9. The Far Side Gallery by Gary Larson (1984)
  10. Say Cheesy: A Get Fuzzy Collection, Vol. 5 by Darby Conley (2005)
  11. Sherman's Lagoon 1991 to 2001: Greatest Hits and Near Misses by Jim Toomey (2002)
  12. Lions and Tigers and Crocs, Oh My!: A Pearls Before Swine Treasury by Stephan Pastis (2006)

Series description

Foxtrot comic Strip collections


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