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'''Atomiser''' was a [[comic]]s anthology edited by [[Stratu]] and published in April of 2003 inSydney, Australia.  
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'''Atomiser''' was a [[comic]]s anthology edited by [[Stratu]] and published in April of 2003 in Sydney, Australia.  
It was intended to be a series of themed issues, the first being 'Ancient'. The second issue, 'Father', was never published and editor Stratu, after a six-year hiatus, began a new comics anthology called [[Blackguard]], another themed series, the second of which is to pick up the 'Father' theme from the unfinished ''Atomiser'' #2.
It was intended to be a series of themed issues, the first being 'Ancient'. The second issue, 'Father', was never published and editor Stratu, after a six-year hiatus, began a new comics anthology called [[Blackguard]], another themed series, the second of which is to pick up the 'Father' theme from the unfinished ''Atomiser'' #2.
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''Atomiser'' featured the work of artists Marcel Ruijters, Glenn Smith, Doug Iannucci, [[Mike Diana]], Neale Blanden, Anton Emdin, Boz, The J Man, Ryan Vella, Martin Humphreys, Gregory Mackay, SCAR, Simon James, Stratu, David Aronson, Josh Simmons.
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''Atomiser'' featured the work of artists [[Marcel Ruijters]], Glenn Smith, Doug Iannucci, [[Mike Diana]], Neale Blanden, Anton Emdin, Boz, The J Man, Ryan Vella, Martin Humphreys, Gregory Mackay, SCAR, Simon James, Stratu, David Aronson, Josh Simmons.
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*[http://blackguard23.livejournal.com/ Blackguard]
*[http://blackguard23.livejournal.com/ Blackguard]
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Atomiser was a comics anthology edited by Stratu and published in April of 2003 in Sydney, Australia.

It was intended to be a series of themed issues, the first being 'Ancient'. The second issue, 'Father', was never published and editor Stratu, after a six-year hiatus, began a new comics anthology called Blackguard, another themed series, the second of which is to pick up the 'Father' theme from the unfinished Atomiser #2.

Atomiser featured the work of artists Marcel Ruijters, Glenn Smith, Doug Iannucci, Mike Diana, Neale Blanden, Anton Emdin, Boz, The J Man, Ryan Vella, Martin Humphreys, Gregory Mackay, SCAR, Simon James, Stratu, David Aronson, Josh Simmons.

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