- The Interconnectedness of All Kings (2015)
- Part 1: Schrödinger's Copycat
- Part 2: Reborn Again
- Part 3: Life Is Wasted On the Living!
- Part 4: The Immortality of Being
- Part 5: The Immortotality of Being
- A Spoon Too Short (2016)
- Chapter 1: Something Nasty In the Woodshead
- Chapter 2: The Tribe with No Words
- Chapter 3: Poached (Like A Salmon)
- Chapter 4: Stakeout!
- Chapter 5: Stakeout! Life On Mars.
- The Salmon of Doubt (2016-2017)
- Chapter 1: Can't Go Home Again
- Chapter 2: Sinkholes
- Chapter 3: Pararibulitis
- Chapter 4: The Miseducation of Farah Black
- Chapter 5: Bart Curlish, Holistic Assassin
- Chapter 6: Riggins: The Father I Never Had
- Chapter 7: Blackwing Files; Inside Sgt. Hugo Friedkin
- Chapter 8: Deep Thought; His Own Worst Enemy
- Chapter 9: New Horizons; Kitten-Shark
Behind the scenes
- The Salmon of Doubt establishes the existence of a multiverse, with many universes that range from entirely foreign to very similar to each other, including the existence of many different Dirk Gentlys. Prominently featured is a universe that strongly resembles (but is not identical to) the 2016 BBC America television series.
- All three stories are set after the events of The Long Dark Tea-Time of the Soul. Dirk acknowledges previous cases that involved a sofa in a stairwell and an electric monk as well as one with Thor.
- Despite The Interconnectedness of All Kings being the first story, it takes place after the events of A Spoon Too Short and The Salmon of Doubt.
- Wiki usage: Characters shared between the IDW comics and Adamsverse or BBCA-verse can and are dealt with in the same article, but should keep the comic canon in a separate section to the rest of the character's article.