Series: What's New? With Phil and Dixie

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What's New 1 by Phil Foglio1
What's New With Phil and Dixie #2: Sex & Gamers... No, Really by Phil Foglio2
What's New With Phil and Dixie #3: The Magic Years by Phil Foglio3

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  2. Agatha Heterodyne and the Clockwork Princess by Kaja Foglio (2006)
  3. Buck Godot - Zap Gun For Hire (Vol. 1: Four Short Stories) by Phil Foglio (1986)
  4. The XXXenophile Collection Vol. 1 by Phil Foglio (1800)
  5. Nodwick Chronicles: Volume 1: A Henchman Collection of Nodwick 1-6 by Aaron Williams (2001)
  6. Myth Adventures One by Robert Asprin (1985)
  7. Dirty Pair: Biohazards by Toren Smith (1989)
  8. The Snarfquest Graphic Novel by Larry Elmore (1987)
  9. Gurps IOU : welcome to Illuminati University! by Elizabeth McCoy (2000)
  10. Illegal Aliens by Nick Pollotta (1989)
  11. Myth Adventures Collection: Another Fine Myth by Robert Asprin (2007)
  12. Dungeon Crawlin' Fools by Rich Burlew (2005)
  13. Quest's End by Wendy Pini (1984)
  14. The Forbidden Grove by Wendy Pini (1982)
  15. Knights of the Dinner Table: Bundle of Trouble, Vol. 1 by Jolly R. Blackburn (2002)

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