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Wild Cards (Volume 1) by George R. R. Martin1
Wild Cards I by George R. R. Martin1 expanded
Aces High by George R. R. Martin2
Jokers Wild by George R. R. Martin3
Aces Abroad by George R. R. Martin4
Down and Dirty by George R. R. Martin5
Ace in the Hole by George R. R. Martin6
Dead Man's Hand by George R. R. Martin7
Wild Cards 4-7: The Puppetman Quartet: Aces Abroad, Down & Dirty, Ace in the Hole, Dead Man's Hand by George R. R. Martin4-7
One-Eyed Jacks by George R. R. Martin8
Jokertown Shuffle by George R. R. Martin9
Double Solitare by Melinda Snodgrass10
Dealer's Choice by George R. R. Martin11
Turn of the Cards by Victor Milán12
Card Sharks by George R. R. Martin13
Marked Cards (Wild Cards: A New Cycle, Book 2) by George R. R. Martin14
Black Trump by George R. R. Martin15
Deuces Down by George R. R. Martin16
Death Draws Five by John J. Miller17
Inside Straight by George R. R. Martin18
Busted Flush by George R. R. Martin19
Suicide Kings by George R. R. Martin20
Fort Freak by George R. R. Martin21
Lowball: A Wild Cards Novel by George R. R. Martin22
High Stakes: A Wild Cards Novel by George R. R. Martin23
Wild Cards (Graphic Novel) by Lewis ShinerGraphic Novel
Wild Cards: The Hard Call by Daniel AbrahamGraphic Novel
Lies My Mother Told Me by Caroline Spectorshort story
Dangerous Women by George R. R. MartinShort Story "Lies My Mother Told Me"
Dangerous Women 2 by George R. R. MartinShort Story "Lies My Mother Told Me"
GRRM: A Retrospective by George R. R. Martin"Shell Games" and "From the Journal of Xavier Desmond"
When We Were Heroes: A Tor.Com Original by Daniel Abrahamshort story
GURPS Wild Cards by John J. MillerRole Playing Game
GURPS Wild Cards: Aces Abroad by Kevin Andrew MurphyRole Playing Game
Wild Cards: A Mutants & Masterminds Campaign Setting by John Jos. MillerRole Playing Game
Mutants & Masterminds: Wild Cards - All-In (Mutants & Masterminds Sourcebook) by Bill BoddenRole Playing Game

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