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The Prince of Tennis, Volume 1 by Takeshi Konomi1
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 2 by Takeshi Konomi2
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 3 by Takeshi Konomi3
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 4 by Takeshi Konomi4
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 5 by Takeshi Konomi5
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 6 (v. 6) by Takeshi Konomi6
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 7 by Takeshi Konomi7
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 8 by Takeshi Konomi8
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 9 (v. 9) by Takeshi Konomi9
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 10 by Takeshi Konomi10
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 10.5 by 許斐 剛10.5
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 11 (v. 11) by Takeshi Konomi11
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 12 (v. 12) by Takeshi Konomi12
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 13 (v. 13) by Takeshi Konomi13
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 14 (v. 14) by Takeshi Konomi14
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 15 by Takeshi Konomi15
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 16 by Takeshi Konomi16
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 17 by Takeshi Konomi17
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 18 by Takeshi Konomi18
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 19 by Takeshi Konomi19
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 20 by Takeshi Konomi20
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 20.5 by 許斐 剛20.5
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 21 by Takeshi Konomi21
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 22 by Takeshi Konomi22
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 23 by Takeshi Konomi23
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 24 by Takeshi Konomi24
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 25 by Takeshi Konomi25
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 26 by Takeshi Konomi26
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 27 by Takeshi Konomi27
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 28 by Takeshi Konomi28
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 29 by Takeshi Konomi29
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 30 by Takeshi Konomi30
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 30.5 by 許斐 剛30.5
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 31 by Takeshi Konomi31
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 32 by Takeshi Konomi32
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 33 by Takeshi Konomi33
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 34 by Takeshi Konomi34
The Prince of Tennis, Vol. 35 by Takeshi Konomi35
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 36 by Takeshi Konomi36
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 37 by Takeshi Konomi37
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 38 by Takeshi Konomi38
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 39 by Takeshi Konomi39
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 40 by Takeshi Konomi40
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 40.5 by 許斐 剛40.5
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 41 by Takeshi Konomi41
The Prince of Tennis, Volume 42 by Takeshi Konomi42
The Prince of Tennis: Animation Album SMASH! by 許斐 剛artbook

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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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