Series: Gen13 Trades

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Gen13: Collected Edition by Brandon Choi1 v1
Gen13: Starting Over by Jim Leebook 2
Gen13: I Love New York by John Arcudibook 3
Gen13: We'll Take Manhattan by John Laymanbook 4
Gen13: Superhuman Like You by Adam Warrenbook 5
Gen13: Meanwhile by Adam Warrenbook 6
Gen13: Backlist by Brandon Choibook 7
Gen13: Interactive Plus!: A Dimension Of Choice by Wildstorm Productions Staffbook 8
Gen13: Ordinary Heroes by Adam Hughesbook 9
Gen13: September Song by Chris Claremontbook 10
Gen13: Best of a Bad Lot by Gail Simonebook 11
Gen13: Road Trip by Gail Simonebook 12
Gen13: 15 Minutes by Simon Oliverbook 13
Gen13: World's End by Scott Beatybook 14
Gen13: Who They Are And How They Came To Be by Brandon Choi1 v2

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  4. Point Blank by Ed Brubaker (2003)
  5. The Authority: Fractured Worlds by Robbie Morrison (2005)
  6. Wildcats: Vicious Circles - Volume 2 by Joe Casey (2001)
  7. Stormwatch: Team Achilles, Vol. 1 by Micah Ian Wright (2003)
  8. Killing Machine by Garth Ennis (1900)
  9. Wildcats Version 3.0: Brand Building by Joe Casey (2003)
  10. Ex Machina: The First Hundred Days by Brian K. Vaughan (2005)
  11. Outsiders Vol. 2: Sum of All Evil by Judd Winick (2004)
  12. Alan Moore's Complete WildC.A.T.s by Alan Moore (2007)
  13. The American Way by John Ridley (2007)
  14. Wildstorm: Armageddon by Christos Gage (2008)
  15. Wetworks, Vol. 1 by Mike Carey (2007)
    Same series: Wetworks, Vol. 2 (Wetworks)

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