Series: Le Sommet des dieux

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The Summit of the Gods, Volume 1 by Jirô Taniguchi1
The Summit of the Gods, Volume 2 by Jirô Taniguchivolume 2
The Summit of the Gods, Volume 3 by Jirô Taniguchi3
The Summit of the Gods, Volume 4 by Jirô Taniguchi4
The Summit of the Gods, Volume 5 by Jirô Taniguchitome 5

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  5. Seton Vol.1 by Jirô Taniguchi (2005)
  6. The Times of Botchan, Volume 1 by Jirô Taniguchi (2003)
  7. センセイの鞄 (1) by Jirô Taniguchi (2009)
  8. Le combat ordinaire by Manu Larcenet (2003)
  9. 20th Century Boys, Volume 19: The Man Who Came Back by Naoki Urasawa (2005)
  10. What a Wonderful World!, Volume 1 by Inio Asano (2003)
  11. Long John Silver Vol. 1: Lady Vivian Hastings by Xavier Dorison (2007)
  12. Pluto: Urasawa x Tezuka, Volume 1 by Naoki Urasawa (2004)
  13. Les Cités Obscures, tome 10 : L'Ombre d'un homme by François Schuiten (1999)
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  15. Disappearance Diary by Hideo Azuma (2007)

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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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