Blackguard

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''Blackguard #2: Father'' [October 2009] - featuring Gerard Ashworth, Michael Aushenker, Neale Blanden, Dexter Cockburn, [[Mike Diana]], Julie Doye, Anton Emdin, Ben Hutchings, Doug Iannucci, Lark, Chris Mikul, David Puckeridge, Henry L. Racicot, Ross Radiation, D. Rat, SCAR, Josh Simmons, Glenn Smith, Stratu and Ryan Vella.
''Blackguard #2: Father'' [October 2009] - featuring Gerard Ashworth, Michael Aushenker, Neale Blanden, Dexter Cockburn, [[Mike Diana]], Julie Doye, Anton Emdin, Ben Hutchings, Doug Iannucci, Lark, Chris Mikul, David Puckeridge, Henry L. Racicot, Ross Radiation, D. Rat, SCAR, Josh Simmons, Glenn Smith, Stratu and Ryan Vella.
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Contact: '''Blackguard, PO Box 93, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia'''. *** '''sstratu@gmail.com'''
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==See also==
==See also==

Revision as of 12:24, 20 October 2009

Blackguard is a themed comics anthology from Sydney, Australia, edited by Stratu.

The first issue was published in October 2008 with the theme 'Religious Crazies'.

Blackguard #1: Religious Crazies featured the contributors Anton Emdin, Ross Radiation, Gerard Ashworth, Mike Diana, Max Black, Neale Blanden, Doug Iannucci, Julie Doye, Hugo, Mannheim Jerkoff, Christina Fabris, Chris Mikul, David Puckeridge, Khe Sanh, SCAR and Glenn Smith.

Blackguard #2: Father [October 2009] - featuring Gerard Ashworth, Michael Aushenker, Neale Blanden, Dexter Cockburn, Mike Diana, Julie Doye, Anton Emdin, Ben Hutchings, Doug Iannucci, Lark, Chris Mikul, David Puckeridge, Henry L. Racicot, Ross Radiation, D. Rat, SCAR, Josh Simmons, Glenn Smith, Stratu and Ryan Vella.

Contact: Blackguard, PO Box 93, Paddington NSW 2021, Australia. *** sstratu@gmail.com


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