Based on the NCRL, here are some comics you may want to look at picking up at your friendly local comic shop tomorrow:
The Pick of the Week is Terry Moore's Strangers in Paradise #90. Not only is it the final issue of the popular, long-running series, but it may also mark the end of the self-published serial comic as a viable publication option.
In other comics:
Adhouse Books have The Aviary, a collection of Jamie Tanner's various minicomics and anthology pieces. If you've ever read any of them, you know you're in for a surreal treat (though I wouldn't recommend reading all 300+ pages at once!)
AiT/PlanetLAR have the first issue of Black Diamond.
Angry Dog Press have the sixth volume of their Potlach Project anthology.
Antarctic have the landmark 150th issue of Ben Dunn's Ninja High School.
Boom! have new issues of Dominion (#2) and Tag: Cursed (#4).
Dark Horse have a new issue of BPRD: Garden of Souls (#4) and the eigth volume of Star Wars: Clone Wars Adventures.
DC have the first oversized hardcover volume of Jack Kirby's Forth World Omnibus; new collections for Fables (vol. 9) and Gotham Central (vol. 5); a Showcase Presents volume for The Atom; the fourth volume of Emma; the second Minx title, Re-gifters; and new issues of Countdown (#46), DMZ (#20), Fables (#62), Hawkgirl (#65), and StormWatch PHD (#8).
IDW collect Angel: Auld Lang Syne into a trade.
Image have a new issue of Noble Causes (#30) and a "pilot" issue of Elephantmen.
Marvel kick off their big summer crossover World War Hulk and also collect the whole Planet Hulk story into one massive hardcover. Also a massive hardcover is the second Fantasic Four Omnibus; not quite as masive is the Killraven hardcover collection. There's a seventh volume in the Fantastic Four Visionaries: John Byrne series; a new Franklin Richards One-Shot; and new issues of Blade (#10); Kabuki Reflections (#8); and Punisher War Journal (#8).
TokyoPop have the second (and final) volume of Amy Kim Ganter's Sorcerers and Secretaries.
Viz have the third volume of Inubaka: Crazy for Dogs.
Plenty of comics to drop some coin on this week. Enjoy!