Series: Full Frontal Nerdity

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Full Frontal Nerdity Epic Fail: Big Book of Epic Fail by Aaron Williamsbook 1
Full Frontal Nerdity You've Got the Touch by Aaron Williamsbook 2

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  1. Dork Covenant (Dork Tower, Vol. 1) by John Kovalic (2000)
  2. Nodwick Chronicles: Volume 1: A Henchman Collection of Nodwick 1-6 by Aaron Williams (2001)
  3. PvP: The Dork Ages by Scott Kurtz (2004)
  4. Dungeon Crawlin' Fools by Rich Burlew (2005)
  5. Megatokyo, Volume 5 by Fred Gallagher (2004)
  6. Attack of the Bacon Robots by Jerry Holkins (2005)
  7. Ruse, Vol. 2: The Silent Partner by Mark Waid (2003)
  8. Sinfest Volume 1 [Musework Edition] by Tatsuya Ishida (2002)
  9. User Friendly by JD Frazer (1999)
  10. Kevin & Kell: Accepting Domestication by Bill Holbrook (1999)
  11. Train+Train Volume 3 (Train + Train) by Hideyuki Kurata (2007)
  12. PS238 Vol. 6: Senseless Acts of Tourism by Do Gooder Press (2009)
  13. Narbonic by Shaenon K. Garrity (2003)
  14. Sluggy Freelance: Worship the Comic by Pete Abrams (1999)
  15. Gunnerkrigg Court: Reason by Thomas Siddell (2011)

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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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