Series: Perry Rhodan Zyklus "Atlan und Arkon"

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Time's Lonely One by K. H. Scheer1
Life Hunt (Perry Rhodan #43) by Kurt Brand2
The Pseudo One (Perry Rhodan #44) by Clark Darlton3
Unknown Sector: Milky Way (Perry Rhodan #45) by Kurt Mahr4
Again: Atlan by K. H. Scheer5
Perry Rhodan 47: Shadow Of The Mutant Master by Kurt Brand6
The Dead Live by Clark Darlton7
Solar Assassins (Perry Rhodan #49) by Kurt Mahr8
Attack From the Unseen by Clark Darlton9
Return From The Void (Perry Rhodan #51) by Kurt Mahr10
Fortress Atlantis (Perry Rhodan #52) by K. H. Scheer11
Spybot! by Clark Darlton12
The Blue Dwarfs (Perry Rhodan #54) by Kurt Mahr13
The Micro-Techs (Perry Rhodan #55) by Clark Darlton14
Prisoner of Time by Clark Darlton15
A Touch of Eternity by Clark Darlton16
The Guardians (Perry Rhodan #58) by Kurt Mahr17
Interlude on Siliko 5 (Perry Rhodan #59) by Kurt Brand18
Dimension Search (Perry Rhodan #60) by Kurt Mahr19
Death Waits in Semispace (Perry Rhodan #61) by Kurt Mahr20
The Last Days of Atlantis by K. H. Scheer21
The Tigris Leaps (Perry Rhodan #63) by Kurt Brand22
The ambassadors from Aurigel by Kurt Mahr23
Renegades of the Future (Perry Rhodan #65) by Kurt Mahr24
The Horror by William Voltz25
Crimson Universe by K. H. Scheer26
Under the Stars of Druufon by Clark Darlton27
The Bonds of Eternity by Clark Darlton28
Thora's Sacrifice (Perry Rhodan #70) by Kurt Brand29
The Atom Hell of Grautier (Perry Rhodan #71) by Kurt Mahr30
Caves of the Druufs (Perry Rhodan #72) by Kurt Mahr31
Spaceship of Ancestors (Perry Rhodan #73) by Clark Darlton32
Checkmate: Universe (Perry Rhodan #74) by Kurt Mahr33
Planet Topide, Please Reply! (Perry Rhodan #75) by Kurt Brand34
Recruits For Arkon (Perry Rhodan #76) by Clark Darlton35
Conflict Center: Naator by Clark Darlton36
Power Key by K. H. Scheer37
The Sleepers (Perry Rhodan #79) by William Voltz38
The Columbus Affair by K. H. Scheer39
Pucky's Greatest Hour (Perry Rhodan #81) by Kurt Brand40
Atlan in Danger (Perry Rhodan #82) by Kurt Brand41
Ernst Ellert Returns! by Clark Darlton42
Secret Mission: Moluk (Perry Rhodan, 84) by William Voltz43
Enemy in the Dark (Perry Rhodan #85) by Kurt Mahr44
Blazing Sun (Perry Rhodan #86) by Clark Darlton45
The Starless Realm by Clark Darlton46
The Mystery of the Anti (Perry Rhodan #88) by K. H. Scheer47
Power's Price (Perry Rhodan #89) by Kurt Brand48
Unleashed Power (Perry Rhodan, 90) by Kurt Brand49
Friend to Mankind (Perry Rhodan #91) by William Voltz50
Atlan by William VoltzOmnibus 1

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