Series: Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men

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Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 1 by Chris Claremont1
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 2 by Chris Claremont2
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 3 by Chris Claremont3
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 4 by Chris Claremont4
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 5 by Chris Claremont5
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 6 by Chris Claremont6
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 7 by Chris Claremont7
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 8 by Chris Claremont8
Marvel Masterworks: The Uncanny X-Men, Volume 9 by Chris Claremont9

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  1. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 048: The X-Men Nos. 43-53 & The Avengers No. 53 by Arnold Drake (2005)
  2. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 003: X-Men Nos.1-10 by Stan Lee (1987)
  3. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 010: The Amazing Spider-Man Vol 03 Nos. 21-30 & Annual No. 2 by Stan Lee (1989)
  4. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 031: The X-Men Nos. 22-31 by Roy Thomas (2001)
  5. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 051: Golden Age The Human Torch Nos. 2-5A by Carl Burgos (2005)
  6. X-Men: God Loves, Man Kills by Chris Claremont (1982)
  7. X-Men: From The Ashes by Chris Claremont (1993)
  8. X-Men: Deadly Genesis by Ed Brubaker (2005)
  9. Marvels by Kurt Busiek (1994)
  10. X-Men: Mutant Massacre by Chris Claremont (2001)
  11. Uncanny X-Force by Rick Remender: The Complete Collection Volume 1 by Rick Remender (2014)
  12. Marvel Masterworks, Volume 043: Golden Age Captain America Comics Nos. 1-4 by Joe Simon (2005)
  13. New X-Men, Vol. 3 by Grant Morrison (2004)
  14. Batman: The Dark Knight Archives, Volume 1 by Bob Kane (1992)
  15. Astonishing X-Men Omnibus by Joss Whedon (2008)

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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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