Series: Slam Dunk
|Slam Dunk, Volume 4 by Takehiko Inoue||4|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 5 by Takehiko Inoue||5|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 6 by Takehiko Inoue||6|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 7 by Takehiko Inoue||7|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 8 by Takehiko Inoue||8|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 9 by Takehiko Inoue||9|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 25 by Takehiko Inoue||25|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 26 by Takehiko Inoue||26|
|Slam Dunk, Vol. 27 by Takehiko Inoue||27|
|Slam Dunk, Vol. 28 by Takehiko Inoue||28|
|Slam Dunk, Vol. 29 by Takehiko Inoue||29|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 30 by Takehiko Inoue||30|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 31 by Takehiko Inoue||31|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 1 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 1|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 2 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 2|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 3 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 3|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 10 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 10|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 11 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 11|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 12 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 12|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 13 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 13|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 14 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 14|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 15 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 15|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 16 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 16|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 17 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 17|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 18 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 18|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 19 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 19|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 20 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 20|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 21 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 21|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 22 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 22|
|Slam Dunk, Volume 23 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 23|
|Slam Dunk, Vol. 24 by Takehiko Inoue||Wideban 24|
|Inoue Takehiko illustrations by Takehiko Inoue||Artbook|
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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.