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X-Men: Mutant Genesis by Chris Claremont1-7
X-Men: X-Cutioner's Song by Scott Lobdell14-16
X-Men: Origin of Generation X (Phalanx Covenant) by Scott Lobdell36-37
X-Men: Zero Tolerance by Scott Lobdell65-70
Magneto: Rogue Nation (X-Men) by Alan Davis85-87
X-Men vs. Apocalypse Vol. 1: The Twelve (v. 1) by Chris Claremont96-97
X-Men: Dream's End by Scott Lobdell108-110
X-Men: Eve of Destruction by Scott Lobdell111-113
New X-Men, Vol. 1 by Grant Morrison114-126
New X-Men, Vol. 2 by Grant Morrison127-141
New X-Men, Vol. 3 by Grant Morrison142-154
Uncanny X-Men Volume 6: Bright New Mourning TPB (Uncanny Xmen) by Chuck Austen155-156
X-Men: Day of the Atom by Chuck Austen157-165
X-Men: Golgotha by Peter Milligan166-170
X-Men: Bizarre Love Triangle by Peter Milligan171-174
X-Men/Black Panther: Wild Kingdom by Peter Milligan175-176
X-Men: The Day After by Chris Claremont177-181
X-Men: Blood of Apocalypse by Peter Milligan182-187
X-Men: Supernovas by Mike Carey188-199
X-Men: Blinded by the Light by Mike Carey200-204
X-Men: Messiah Complex by Ed Brubaker205-207

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  1. X-Men: Deadly Genesis by Ed Brubaker (2005)
  2. New X-Men: Academy X Vol. 1: Choosing Sides by Nunzio DeFilippis (2004)
  3. Uncanny X-Men - The New Age Vol. 4: End of Greys by Chris Claremont (2006)
  4. X-Men: Endangered Species by Mike Carey (2008)
  5. Decimation: Son of M by David Hine (2005)
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  6. X-Men: Age of X by Mike Carey (2011)
  7. District X Vol. 1: Mr. M (X-Men) by David Hine (2005)
  8. X-Men: The Shattering by Alan Davis (2009)
  9. X-Factor, Vol. 4: Heart of Ice by Peter David (2008)
  10. New X-Men Vol. 1: E for Extinction by Grant Morrison (1999)
  11. Uncanny X-Men Volume 1: Hope TPB (Uncanny X-Men) by Chuck Austen (2003)
  12. Wolverine: Origins, Vol. 1: Born In Blood by Daniel Way (2006)
  13. House of M: New X-Men -- Academy X by Nunzio DeFilippis (2006)
  14. Astonishing X-Men, Vol. 04: Unstoppable by Joss Whedon (2008)
  15. Utopia: Avengers - X-Men by Matt Fraction (2009)

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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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