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G/B Get Backers Dakkanya Gengashuu by Rando Ayamineartbook
GetBackers, Volume 1 by Rando AyamineVolume 1
GetBackers, Volume 2 by Rando AyamineVolume 2
GetBackers, Volume 3 by Rando AyamineVolume 3
GetBackers, Volume 4 by Yuya AokiVolume 4
GetBackers, Volume 5 by Rando AyamineVolume 5
GetBackers, Volume 6 by Rando AyamineVolume 6
GetBackers, Volume 7 by Rando AyamineVolume 7
GetBackers, Volume 8 by Rando AyamineVolume 8
GetBackers, Volume 9 by Rando AyamineVolume 9
GetBackers, Volume 10 by Rando AyamineVolume 10
GetBackers, Volume 11 by Rando AyamineVolume 11
GetBackers, Volume 12 by Yuya AokiVolume 12
GetBackers, Volume 13 by Yuya AokiVolume 13
GetBackers, Volume 14 by Yuya AokiVolume 14
GetBackers, Volume 15 by Rando AyamineVolume 15
GetBackers, Volume 16 by Yuya AokiVolume 16
GetBackers, Volume 17 by Yuya AokiVolume 17
GetBackers, Volume 18 by Rando AyamineVolume 18
GetBackers, Volume 19 by Yuya AokiVolume 19
GetBackers, Volume 20 by Yuya AokiVolume 20
GetBackers, Volume 21 by Rando AyamineVolume 21
GetBackers, Volume 22 by Rando AyamineVolume 22
GetBackers, Volume 23 by Rando AyamineVolume 23
GetBackers, Volume 24 by Rando AyamineVolume 24
GetBackers, Volume 25 by Rando AyamineVolume 25
GetBackers: Infinity Fortress Volume 1 (Getbackers Infinity Fortess) by Rando Ayamine26
GetBackers: Infinity Fortress Volume 2 (Getbackers Infinity Fortess) by Rando Ayamine27
GetBackers, Volume 28 by Yuya AokiVolume 28
Get Backers 29 by Yuya Aoki29
Get Backers 30 by Yuya Aoki30
Get Backers 31 by Yūya Aoki31
GetBackers, Volume 34 by Yūya AokiVolume 34
GetBackers, Volume 35 by Yūya AokiVolume 35
GetBackers, Volume 36 by Yūya AokiVolume 36
GetBackers, Volume 37 by Yūya AokiVolume 37
GetBackers, Volume 38 by Yūya AokiVolume 38
Get Backers (Translucent)Pencil Board
Get Backers ~ Ban MidoPencil Board
Get Backers ~ Ginji AmanoPencil Board
Get Backers ~ Kazuki FuchoinPencil Board
Get Backers ~ Kurodo AkabanePencil Board
Get Backers ~ Shido FuyukiPencil Board

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What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

Also avoid publisher series, unless the publisher has a true monopoly over the "works" in question. So, the Dummies guides are a series of works. But the Loeb Classical Library is a series of editions, not of works.


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