Series: Jupiter's Legacy

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Jupiter's Legacy #1 of 5 by Mark Millar1
Jupiter's Legacy #2 of 5 by Mark Millar2
Jupiter's Legacy #3 of 5 by Mark Millar3
Jupiter's Legacy #4 of 5 by Mark Millar4
Jupiter's Legacy #5 of 5 by Mark Millar5
Jupiter's Legacy, Vol. 1 by Mark MillarVolume 1
Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 #1 by Mark Millar1
Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 #2 by Mark Millar2
Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 #3 by Mark Millar3
Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 #4 by Mark Millar4
Jupiter's Legacy Vol. 2 #5 by Mark Millar5
Jupiter's Legacy, Vol. 2 by Mark MillarVolume 2

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  1. Jupiter's Circle, Vol. 1 by Mark Millar (2015)
  2. Chrononauts, Vol. 1 by Mark Millar (2015)
  3. Moon Knight Volume 1: From the Dead by Warren Ellis (2014)
  4. Invincible: The Ultimate Collection, Vol. 7 by Robert Kirkman (2012)
  5. Powers: Bureau Vol. 2: Icons by Brian Michael Bendis (2014)
  6. Copperhead, Vol. 1: A New Sheriff in Town by Jay Faerber (2015)
  7. MPH by Duncan Fegredo (2015)
  8. Black Science, Vol. 1: How To Fall Forever by Rick Remender (2014)
  9. Secret Warriors, Vol. 1: Nick Fury, Agent of Nothing by Brian Michael Bendis (2009)
  10. Astro City: Private Lives by Kurt Busiek (2015)
  11. Descender Volume 2: Machine Moon by Jeff Lemire (2016)
  12. Bedlam Volume 1 TP by Nick Spencer (2013)
  13. East of West, Volume 1: The Promise by Jonathan Hickman (2013)
  14. Southern Bastards, Vol. 1: Here Was a Man by Jason Aaron (2014)
  15. Deadly Class Vol. 1: Reagan Youth by Rick Remender (2014)

Series description

The comic-book event of 2013 finally arrives as superstar creators MARK MILLAR and FRANK QUITELY give us the superhero epic that all future comics will be measured by. The world's greatest heroes have grown old and their legacy is a poisonous one to the children who will never live up to their remarkable parents. Unmissable.

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