Atomage also published several books, details of the publications can be found below.
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The Atomage Album contains articles and photographs on a wide range of garments manufactured by Atomage, including the clothes made for The Avengers. It as A4 in size and had a stiff card cover.
The Story Of Gerda (Book One) by Jim E. Dickson was published by Atomage Publishing in September 1982.
The book is about Gerda (a famous parisian model) and describes her training as a rubber slave by her master Compte Guy de Rhislain.
The Dutch artist Milli was commissioned to produce artwork for the covers of the Gerda books but unfortunately the artistic designs could not be used in the entirety as they were too detailed and explicit to be used on a book on public sale.
The Story Of Gerda (Book Two) by Jim E. Dickson was published by Atomage Publishing in February 1984.
The book continues the story (from book one).
It was for the publication of the “Gerda” books that John Sutcliffe was prosecuted under the Obscene Publications Act and fined £1,000.
The first catalogue published by Atomage was produced in 1965.