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27th Aug '14 9:20:15 PM comicwriter
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22nd Aug '14 11:56:52 AM CharlestonMan
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Turns out Books 2, 3 and 4 are more of this trope, not Books 1, 2 and 3 due to Book 1 having little effect on Book 2 compared to Book 2's effect on Books 3 and 4.
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8th Aug '14 10:12:28 AM TheMightyHeptagon
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In case anyone's curious: "Doctor Who Magazine" and "Totally Doctor Who" both introduced these episodes as a trilogy; both sources are officially licensed and/or produced by the BBC.
25th Jul '14 12:22:33 PM Larkmarn
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While I agree on the trilogy part, I'm pulling this to discussion to work out some details.
25th Jul '14 12:15:31 PM TheMightyHeptagon
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As a note: I consider ''Asylum'', ''City'' and ''Knight'' to be a trilogy, since ''Batman Arkham Origins'' was a prequel, and it was done by a different studio with a different cast. If anyone disagrees, I understand.
8th Jul '14 8:27:41 PM KevinKlawitter
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