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Posted by Billy Batson

Since you're talking about trades is Strangers in Paradise TPB volume that you added called that since most of the time volumes don't have the word "TPB" in them.
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Posted by Renchamp

@Billy Batson: This series of trades has volume numbers and individually assigned names for each. The collection is just simply the Strangers in Paradise trade and the TPB is to differentiate between these volumes of collections and the actual series of the same name (there already being three of those). So you are right in that it is not the official name, but it is how it is referred to to keep things straight.

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Posted by Billy Batson

@Renchamp:

If it isn't its official name it should be just "Strangers in Paradise". There's a Spider-Man volume that collects trades and it had the word TPB in for some time. But it got changed apparently and you should probably do the same with Strangers in Paradise.
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Edited by Renchamp

@Billy Batson: Done and done. I'd seen it done in the past but it looks like that is certainly out of practice. Thanks for the heads up.

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Posted by Billy Batson

@Renchamp:

No problem. Someone also fixed the DNAgents volume. I wonder who that was.
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Posted by Renchamp

@Billy Batson: *shrugs and whistles into the night*

The least you could say is that I'm consistent.

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Edited by pikahyper

TPB, GN, HC & OGN should not be included as part of a volume title unless it actually says it in the indicia which is extremely rare (indicia's don't use abbreviations or acronyms). Volume X can be used as part of the volume title if it is part of the indicia (occasionally happens) and it should never be abbreviated to Vol. X.

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