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Per a [http://www.comics.org/voting/ballot/32/ Policy Vote] of March 27, 2011, there is now a field at the Series level field to indicate whether a Series has only a single issue by design.  This "is_singleton" flag is set when editing a Series.  It shall be used only when it can be determined that the "series" was designed to consist of a single, standalone publication, NOT when a Series just happens to have ended up as a single issue.
Per a [http://www.comics.org/voting/ballot/32/ Policy Vote] of March 27, 2011, there is now a field at the Series level field to indicate whether a Series has only a single issue by design.  This "is_singleton" flag is set when editing a Series.  It shall be used only when it can be determined that the "series" was designed to consist of a single, standalone publication, NOT when a Series just happens to have ended up as a single issue.
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* If an issue includes a frequency in the indicia, it is an indication that it was not intended to be a singleton.


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Revision as of 22:43, 24 February 2015

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Per a Policy Vote of March 27, 2011, there is now a field at the Series level field to indicate whether a Series has only a single issue by design. This "is_singleton" flag is set when editing a Series. It shall be used only when it can be determined that the "series" was designed to consist of a single, standalone publication, NOT when a Series just happens to have ended up as a single issue.

  • Examples:
* If an issue includes a frequency in the indicia, it is an indication that it was not intended to be a singleton.

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