Series: The Spirit Archives

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Spirit Archives, Volume 1 by Will Eisner1
Spirit Archives, Volume 2 by Will Eisner2
Spirit Archives, Volume 3 by Will Eisner3
Spirit Archives, Volume 4 by Will Eisner4
Spirit Archives, Volume 5 by Will Eisner5
Spirit Archives, Volume 6 by Will Eisner6
Spirit Archives, Volume 7 by Will Eisner7
Spirit Archives, Volume 8 by Will Eisner8
Spirit Archives, Volume 9 by Will Eisner9
Spirit Archives, Volume 10 by Will Eisner10
Spirit Archives, Volume 11 by Will Eisner11
Spirit Archives, Volume 12 by Will Eisner12
Spirit Archives, Volume 13 by Will Eisner13
Spirit Archives, Volume 14 by Will Eisner14
Spirit Archives, Volume 15 by Will Eisner15
Spirit Archives, Volume 16 by Will Eisner16
Spirit Archives, Volume 17 by Will Eisner17
Spirit Archives, Volume 18 by Will Eisner18
Spirit Archives, Volume 19 by Will Eisner19
Spirit Archives, Volume 20 by Will Eisner20
Spirit Archives, Volume 21 by Will Eisner21
Spirit Archives, Volume 22 by Will Eisner22
Spirit Archives, Volume 23 by Will Eisner23
Spirit Archives, Volume 24 by Will Eisner24
Spirit Archives, Volume 25 by Will Eisner25
Spirit Archives, Volume 26 by Will Eisner26
Spirit: The New Adventures Archives, Volume 27 by Will Eisner27

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  1. The Plastic Man Archives, Volume 1 by Jack Cole (1998)
  2. The Will Eisner Companion: The Pioneering Spirit of the Father of the Graphic Novel by N. C. Christopher Couch (2004)
  3. The Complete Terry and the Pirates Volume 1: 1934-1936 by Milton Caniff (2007)
  4. The Spirit: Book One by Darwyn Cooke (2007)
  5. The Complete Chester Gould's Dick Tracy Dailies & Sundays, Volume 02: 1933-1935 by Chester Gould (2007)
  6. Mac Raboy's Flash Gordon Volume 1 by Mac Raboy (2003)
  7. Will Eisner: A Spirited Life by Bob Andelman (2005)
  8. Prince Valiant, Volume 6: 1947-1948 by Hal Foster (2008)
  9. The Best of the Spirit by Will Eisner (2005)
  10. Rip Kirby, Volume 1: 1946-1948 by Alex Raymond (2009)
  11. Minor Miracles: Long Ago and Once upon a Time, Back When Uncles Were Heroic, Cousins Were Clever, and Miracles Happened on Every Block by Will Eisner (2000)
  12. Captain Easy, Soldier of Fortune, Vol. 1: The Complete Sunday Newspaper Strips 1933-1935 by Roy Crane (2010)
  13. Will Eisner's New York: Life in the Big City by Will Eisner (2006)
  14. All Star Comics Archives, Volume 1 by Gardner Fox (1991)
  15. Popeye, Vol. 1: I Yam What I Yam! by E. C. Segar (1900)

Series description

The Archival project that is collecting every single occurrence of Will Eisner's the Spirit.

This list contains only the Archives volumes. It will not contain any other collected editions or the new series started by DC.

The new series is collected here:
The Spirit- New Series

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