Series: Star Wars Omnibus

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X-Wing Rogue Squadron, Volume 1 by Michael A. Stackpole1
X-Wing Rogue Squadron, Volume 2 by Michael A. Stackpole2
X-Wing Rogue Squadron, Volume 3 by Michael A. Stackpole3
Tales of the Jedi, Volume 1 by Kevin J. Anderson4
Tales of the Jedi, Volume 2 by Tom Veitch5
Droids by Ryder Windham6
Early Victories by Terry Austin7
Rise of the Sith by Mike Kennedy8
Emissaries & Assassins by Timothy Truman9
Menace Revealed by Timothy Truman10
Star Wars Omnibus: Shadows of the Empire by Randy Stradley11
Boba Fett by John Wagner12
A Long Time Ago..., Volume 1 by Archie Goodwin13
A Long Time Ago..., Volume 2 by Archie Goodwin14
Quinlan Vos: Jedi in Darkness by John Ostrander15
A Long Time Ago..., Volume 3 by David Michelinie16
At War with the Empire, Volume 1 by Scott Allie17
A Long Time Ago..., Volume 4 by Mary "Jo" Duffy18
The Complete Saga: Episodes I through VI by Archie Goodwin19
At War with the Empire, Volume 2 by Rob Williams20
A Long Time Ago..., Volume 5 by Jo Duffy21
The Other Sons of Tatooine by Randy Stradley22
Droids and Ewoks by Dave Manak23
Clone Wars, Volume 1: The Republic Goes to War by John Ostrander24
Clone Wars, Volume 2: The Enemy on All Sides by John Ostrander25
Clone Wars, Volume 3: The Republic Falls by Haden Blackman26
Infinities by Chris Warner27
Wild Space, Volume 1 by Archie Goodwin28
Star Wars Omnibus: Knights of the Old Republic, Volume 1 by John Jackson Miller29
Wild Space, Volume 2 by Jim Woodring30
Knights of the Old Republic, Volume 2 by John Jackson Miller31
Dark Times, Volume 1 by Randy Stradley32
Star Wars Omnibus: Adventures by Jeremy Barlow33
Star Wars Omnibus: Knights of the Old Republic, Volume 3 by John Jackson Miller34
Dark Times, Volume 2 by Randy Stradley35

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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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