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:I've pondered this one myself, and while these two do have a slightly grey area, I've concluded that they're in the right place, here's my logic: All the other series have a defining setting, chronological placement, and cast of characters. All the miniseries cannibalise one or more of these series and present it in a certain thematically linked way. The numbers argument doesn't stand up, as other crossover series such as ''{{ST|Gateways}}'', and other anthology like ''{{ST|The Captain's Table}}'', ''{{ST|Unlimited}}'', ''[[SNW|Strange New Worlds]]'', ''[[Alien Spotlight]]'', etc. The grey area I refer to is that unlike other anthology series, the ''Mirror'' and ''Myriad'' series defining thematic link is also a setting, the mirror universe, and the collective of alternate universes. But even considering that both series fit more comfortably in the miniseries category than being series in themselves. --[[User:8of5|8of5]] 17:05, January 16, 2010 (UTC)
 
:I've pondered this one myself, and while these two do have a slightly grey area, I've concluded that they're in the right place, here's my logic: All the other series have a defining setting, chronological placement, and cast of characters. All the miniseries cannibalise one or more of these series and present it in a certain thematically linked way. The numbers argument doesn't stand up, as other crossover series such as ''{{ST|Gateways}}'', and other anthology like ''{{ST|The Captain's Table}}'', ''{{ST|Unlimited}}'', ''[[SNW|Strange New Worlds]]'', ''[[Alien Spotlight]]'', etc. The grey area I refer to is that unlike other anthology series, the ''Mirror'' and ''Myriad'' series defining thematic link is also a setting, the mirror universe, and the collective of alternate universes. But even considering that both series fit more comfortably in the miniseries category than being series in themselves. --[[User:8of5|8of5]] 17:05, January 16, 2010 (UTC)
 
What you say there makes sense. Although the main point I was considering was the fact that they don't seem to be ending.– [[User:JDB|JDB]] 00:59, January 17, 2010 (UTC)
 
What you say there makes sense. Although the main point I was considering was the fact that they don't seem to be ending.– [[User:JDB|JDB]] 00:59, January 17, 2010 (UTC)
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:Notably, these have occurred in the front cover text logo placement. some cycles of series status do not meet this regard, such as "[[relaunch]]" which is often said but has never graced the front cover of a book -- '''''[[user:captainmike|captainmike]]''''' [[file:wiki-wordmarkX.png|69px]] 23:57, 10 March 2021 (UTC)
 

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