Series: The West Coast Avengers [1985]

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The West Coast Avengers Annual 1987 Number 2 (Death and Texas) by Steve EnglehartAnnual 2
The West Coast Avengers Annual #3 : Heads You Lose (The Evolutionary War - Marvel Comics) by Steve EnglehartAnnual 3
The West Coast Avengers #16 : The Dive (Marvel Comics) by Steve Englehart16
West Coast Avengers (1985) #27 by Steve Englehart27
West Coast Avengers #28 by Steve Englehart28
West Coast Avengers # 29 by Steve Englehart29
West Coast Avengers, Edition# 30 by Al Milgrom30
West Coast Avengers, Edition# 31 by Steve Englehart31
The West Coast Avengers #32 : Buried Monsters (Marvel Comics) by Steve Englehart32
The West Coast Avengers #33 : The Man in the Ant Hill (Marvel Comics) by Steve Englehart33
West Coast Avengers (1985 series) #34 by Steve Englehart34
The West Coast Avengers #35 : The Voice of Doom (Marvel Comics) by Steve Englehart35
The West Coast Avengers #36 by Steve Englehart36
The West Coast Avengers #37 : Avengers Disassemble by Steve Englehart37
The West Coast Avengers #38 : Redemption (Marvel Comics) by D.G. Chichester38
The West Coast Avengers #39 : Upset! (Marvel Comics) by Steve Englehart39
The West Coast Avengers #40 : And Now the Night Shift (Marvel Comics) by Mark Gruenwald40
The West Coast Avengers #41 : When Ghosts Can Die, Even Gods Must Fear (Marvel Comics) by Tom DeFalco41
The West Coast Avengers #42 : One of Our Androids is Missing (VisionQuest - Marvel Comics) by John Byrne42
West Coast Avengers #43 by John Byrne43
The West Coast Avengers #44 : Better a Widow (VisionQuest - Marvel Comics) by John Byrne44
West Coast Avengers 45 by John Byrne45
The West Coast Avengers, Vol 2 #46 by John Byrne46
Avengers West Coast - Sins of the Past (West Coast Avengers [1985] #10-16) by Steve EnglehartOmnibus 10-16
Avengers West Coast - Zodiac Attack (West Coast Avengers [1985] #25-30) by Tom DeFalcoOmnibus 25-30

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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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