Based on the NCRL list for this week's comics shipping from Diamond, here are a few things to look for at the local comic shop tomorrow:
The Pick of the Week is Ait/PlanetLAR's collection of the early issues of Shatter by Peter Gillis & Mike Saenz. Back in 1985 Shatter was the very first comic with artwork completely done on computer (a first-gerneation Mac) which gives it a novelty factor, but it's a darn good action/cyberpunk yarn too. (preview)
In other comics:
Antarctic have a 2-DVD set collecting every Gold Digger story ever done by Fred Perry. That's well over 100 issues of fun adventure!
Archie have a new issue of Sabrina (#77).
Boom! have the second issue of the Hero Squared Ongoing.
Dark Horse have the bargain-priced first issue of The Escapists.
DC have the debut of Garth Ennis's A Man Called Kev; and new issues of 100 Bullets (#74), 52 (week 10), DMZ (#9), Fables (#51), Firestorm (#27), and Superman (#654).
Drawn & Quarterly have two hardcover GNs from French cartoonists Philippe Dupuy and Charles Berberian: Get a Life (preview) and Maybe Later (preview).
Illusive Arts have the sixth issue of Dorothy.
Image have a new issue of The Walking Dead (#29) and the long-awaited final issue of Hawaiian Dick: The Last Resort (#4).
Marvel have a digest collection of Spider-Man Loves Mary Jane; and new issues of Kabuki Reflections (#6), Squadron Supreme (#5), Thunderbolts (#104), and Ultimate Spider-Man (#97).
Oni have a new edition of Bryan Lee O'Malley's Lost at Sea.
Vertical havea paperback edition of the second volume of Tezuka's Buddha.
Viper have a collection of Oddly Normal.
As always, you're sure to find something to suit your tastes this week!