Series: Les petits hommes

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De uittocht by Seron1
Les Petits Hommes, tome 2, Des Petits hommes au Brontoxique by Seron2
Överfallet by Seron3
Les Petits Hommes, tome 4, Le Lac de l'auto by Seron4
Het oog van de cycloop by Seron5
Les petits hommes 06 : Le vaisseau fantôme by Seron6
Les Petits Hommes, tome 7, Les Ronces du samouraï by Seron7
Les Petits Hommes, tome 8, Du rêve en poudre by Seron8
Het diepzeevolk by Seron10
Les petits hommes 11 : Dans les griffes du seigneur by Seron11
Les petits hommes 12 : Le guêpier by Seron12
Les Petits Hommes, tome 13, Les prisonniers du temps by Seron13
Les petits hommes 15 : Mosquito 417 - Le manoir de la dent verte - Les corsaires du XVIIe - 40° à l'ombre by Seron15
Les Petits Hommes, tome 16, La planète Ranxerox by Seron16
Les petits hommes 19 : Alerte à Eslapion by Seron19
Les Petits Hommes, tome 20, Rapt en sous-sol by Seron20
Les Petits Hommes, tome 44 : Eslapion 3 : La 50e et dernière aventure des petits hommes by Pierre Seron44

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  1. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 23 : Tora-Torapa by Fournier (1976)
  2. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 26 : Du cidre pour les étoiles by Fournier (1975)
  3. Die Abenteuer des Marsupilamis, Bd.1, Tumult in Palumbien by Batem (1987)
  4. De reis tussen 2 werelden by Seron (1990)
  5. Johan et Pirlouit, tome 3 : Le lutin du bois aux roches by Peyo (1967)
  6. Spirou et Fantasio, tome 1 : 4 aventures de Spirou... et Fantasio by Franquin (1953)
  7. Les petits hommes 09 : Le triangle du diable by Seron (1979)
  8. Het geval Flater by André Franquin (1971)
  9. Natacha, tome 1 : Hôtesse de l'air by François Walthéry (1971)
  10. Johan et Pirlouit, tome 1 : Le châtiment de Basenhau by Peyo (1968)
  11. Le décalogue. 1, Le manuscrit by Frank Giroud (2001)
  12. Lefranc, tome 9 : La crypte by Jacques Martin (1984)
  13. XIII, tome 10 : El Cascador by Jean Van Hamme (1994)
  14. De kluizenaar by Jacques Martin (1984)
  15. The Blue Lotus by Hergé (1966)

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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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