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Sailor Moon, Comic #1 by Naoko Takeuchi1
Sailor Moon, Comic #2 by Naoko Takeuchi2
Sailor Moon, Comic #3 by Naoko Takeuchi3
Sailor Moon, Comic #4 by Naoko Takeuchi4
Sailor Moon, Comic #5 by Naoko Takeuchi5
Sailor Moon, Comic #6 by Naoko Takeuchi6
Sailor Moon, Comic #7 by Naoko Takeuchi7
Sailor Moon, Comic #8 by Naoko Takeuchi8
Sailor Moon, Comic #9 by Naoko Takeuchi9
Sailor Moon, Comic #10 by Naoko Takeuchi10
Sailor Moon, Comic #11 by Naoko Takeuchi11
Sailor Moon, Comic #12 by Naoko Takeuchi12
Sailor Moon, Comic #13 by Naoko Takeuchi13
Sailor Moon, Comic #14 by Naoko Takeuchi14
Sailor Moon, Comic #15 by Naoko Takeuchi15
Sailor Moon, Comic #16 by Naoko Takeuchi16
Sailor Moon, Comic #17 by Naoko Takeuchi17
Sailor Moon, Comic #18 by Naoko Takeuchi18
Sailor Moon, Comic #19 by Naoko Takeuchi19
Sailor Moon, Comic #20 by Naoko Takeuchi20
Sailor Moon, Comic #21 by Naoko Takeuchi21
Sailor Moon, Comic #22 by Naoko Takeuchi22
Sailor Moon, Comic #23 by Naoko Takeuchi23
Sailor Moon, Comic #24 by Naoko Takeuchi24
Sailor Moon, Comic #25 by Naoko Takeuchi25
Sailor Moon, Comic #26 by Naoko Takeuchi26
Sailor Moon, Comic #27 by Naoko Takeuchi27
Sailor Moon, Comic #28 by Naoko Takeuchi28
Sailor Moon, Comic #29 by Naoko Takeuchi29
Sailor Moon, Comic #30 by Naoko Takeuchi30
Sailor Moon, Comic #31 by Naoko Takeuchi31
Sailor Moon, Comic #32 by Naoko Takeuchi32
Sailor Moon, Comic #33 by Naoko Takeuchi33
Sailor Moon, Comic #34 by Naoko Takeuchi34
Sailor Moon, Comic #35 by Naoko Takeuchi35

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What isn't a series?

Series was designed to cover groups of books generally understood as such (see Wikipedia: Book series). Like many concepts in the book world, "series" is a somewhat fluid and contested notion. A good rule of thumb is that series have a conventional name and are intentional creations, on the part of the author or publisher. For now, avoid forcing the issue with mere "lists" of works possessing an arbitrary shared characteristic, such as relating to a particular place. Avoid series that cross authors, unless the authors were or became aware of the series identification (eg., avoid lumping Jane Austen with her continuators).

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