Series: Rogue Trooper: Tales of Nu-Earth

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Rogue Trooper: Bk. 6 (Best of 2000 A.D.) by Simon Geller
Rogue Trooper: Tales of Nu-Earth 01 by Gerry Finley-DayArchive: Vol. 01, Prog. 228-317
Rogue Trooper: Tales of Nu Earth 02 by Gerry Finley-DayArchive: Vol. 02, Prog. 318-406
Rogue Trooper #39 by Simon Geller39
Rogue Trooper: Future War by Gerry Finley-Day228-265
Rogue Trooper: Fort Neuro by Gerry Finley-Day266-310
Rogue Trooper: Eye of the Traitor by Gerry Finley-Day312-349
Rogue Trooper: To the Ends of Nu Earth by Gerry Finley-Day350-392
Rogue Trooper: Regene by Gerry Finley-Day401-449
The War Machine by Dave Gibbons650-687

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