Series: Omaha kissatanssija

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"Omaha" kissatanssija 1 by Reed Waller1
"Omaha" kissatanssija 2 by Reed Waller2
The Collected Omaha the Cat Dancer, Volume 2 by Reed Waller3
The Collected Omaha the Cat Dancer, Volume 3 by Reed Waller4

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  1. The Collected Omaha the Cat Dancer, Volume 1 by Kate Worley (1987)
  2. Click! by Milo Manara (1984)
  3. Small Favors Book 1 by Colleen Coover (2002)
  4. Mage: The Hero Discovered, Volume 2 by Matt Wagner (1987)
  5. Dirty Pair: Dangerous Acqaintances by Adam Warren (1991)
  6. Blood of Palomar by Gilbert Hernandez (1989)
  7. Ranxerox in New York by Stefano Tamburini (1982)
  8. Butterscotch: The Flavor of the Invisible (Book 1) by Milo Manara (1986)
  9. Brought to Light: A Graphic Docudrama by Alan Moore (1989)
  10. The XXXenophile Collection Vol. 1 by Phil Foglio (1800)
  11. Usagi Yojimbo, Book 3: The Wanderer's Road by Stan Sakai (1989)
  12. Anibal 5 by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1991)
  13. Les Aventures d'Alef-Thau, tome 2 : Le prince manchot by Alejandro Jodorowsky (1984)
  14. Original Nexus by Mike Baron (1985)
  15. Grendel: Devil by the Deed by Matt Wagner (1986)

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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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