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Inhumanity 3 years 1 week ago #41053

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Here's a smartlist and a regular list for Inhumanity. Unfortunatly, the smart list will grab Iron Man 20 and 20.INH. I couldn't figure out a way to grab just the .INH issue. I pulled it from www.readingorders.com, which was unfortunately offline as I post this.
Name "Inhumanity"
Match Any
{
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Indestructible Hulk",
        [Volume] equals "2012",
        [Number] equals "16"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Inhumanity",
        [Number] equals "1"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Inhumanity: The Awakening",
        Match Any
        {
            [Number] equals "1",
            [Number] equals "2"
        }
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Inhumanity",
        [Number] equals "2"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Avengers A.I.",
        [Number] equals "7"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Avengers Assemble",
        [Volume] equals "2012",
        Match Any
        {
            [Number] equals "21",
            [Number] equals "22",
            [Number] equals "23"
        }
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Inhumanity: Superior Spider-Man",
        [Number] equals "1"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Mighty Avengers",
        [Volume] equals "2013",
        Match Any
        {
            [Number] equals "4",
            [Number] equals "5"
        }
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Avengers Assemble",
        [Volume] equals "2012",
        Match Any
        {
            [Number] equals "24",
            [Number] equals "25"
        }
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Indestructible Hulk",
        [Volume] equals "2012",
        Match Any
        {
            [Number] equals "17",
            [Number] equals "18",
            [Number] equals "19",
            [Number] equals "20"
        }
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Uncanny X-Men",
        [Number] equals "15",
        [Volume] equals "2013"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "New Avengers",
        [Number] equals "13",
        [Volume] equals "2013"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Iron Man",
        [Number] equals "20",
        [Volume] equals "2013"
    },
    Match All
    {
        [Series] equals "Inhuman",
        [Number] equals "1",
        [Volume] equals "2014"
    }
}
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Inhumanity 3 years 1 week ago #41055

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It is probably worth pointing out to anyone downloading that Indestructable Hulk 17, 18 & 19 are all technically .INH as well, if like me you put all of those desigantions into your number field you would need to add these issues manually to the simple list.

Also Uncanny X-men is 015.INH too, for me this list added the previous volume's Uncanny X-Men instead!

I really hated that whole "dot letter" numbering Marvel did then. Thankfully they used numerical point numbering for Original Sin.
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Inhumanity 3 years 1 week ago #41056

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jkthemac wrote:
It is probably worth pointing out to anyone downloading that Indestructable Hulk 17, 18 & 19 are all technically .INH as well, if like me you put all of those desigantions into your number field you would need to add these issues manually to the simple list.

Also Uncanny X-men is 015.INH too, for me this list added the previous volume's Uncanny X-Men instead!

I really hated that whole "dot letter" numbering Marvel did then. Thankfully they used numerical point numbering for Original Sin.
Thanks for pointing that out. I used the scraped values which didn't have the .INH nonsense attached.
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