Shatter #1-10 VF/NM 9.0+ 1985-1987 First Comics Back Issues 1st Computer Digital For Sale
Shatter #1-10 VF/NM 9.0+ 1985-1987 First Comics Back Issues 1st Computer Digital:
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Shatter (First 1985-1987)Shatter (Sadr al-din Morales) is a “temp cop” in a future world where technology has not made life more valuable, but rather has put everything up for sale. In a time of advanced robotics and genetics, underground artists get injections of biological materials in order to foster their talents, and prime samples of RNA are the more precious than gold.
Shatter premiered in a 1985 special, and simultaneously began a six-issue run as a backup for Mike Grell’s Jon Sable, Freelance series. Months later, it began this ongoing series. Perhaps more so than for the story, Shatter is notable as the first comic book generated entirely on a computer. It also served as an introduction for the remarkable talents of artist Mike Saenz.
Shatter #1First comic done entirely on a computer. Now with the ranks of the Artists' Underground, Shatter is sent on a mission against Simon Schuster Jovanovich and his franchises in an untitled story. Script and art by Mike Saenz & Mark Pierce. Issue also has text feature "Collecting Dust: A Guide to Preserving Comic Books – Part 3" by Charles Meyerson. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #2First comic done entirely on a computer. Shatter discovers that several different forces are after him and they all want what's inside his head in "Avenues of Escape." Script by Mike Saenz & Kenn L.D. Frandsen and art by Mike Saenz. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #3First comic done entirely on a computer. Now with the Alien Nation, Shatter tries to stay alive as he still has people pursuing him in an untitled story. Script by Steven Grant and art by Steve Erwin & Bob Dienethal. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #4First comic done entirely on a computer. It's the Alien Nation battling with the Simon, Shuster & Jovanovitch and the Artists' Underground while Shatter goes against Cyan in a final confrontation in an untitled story. Script by Steven Grant and art by Steve Erwin & Bob Dienethal. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #5First comic done entirely on a computer. Shatter finds himself right in the thick of a war zone, but he has no idea how he got there and what war it is in "The Third World War – Part 1." Script by Peter B. Gillis and art by Steve Erwin & Bob Dienethal. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #6First comic done entirely on a computer. Still in the middle of a war and still having no idea how he got there, Shatter has to escape from a prison camp and stay alive in "The Third World War – Part 2: Adam's Rib." Script by Peter B. Gillis and art by Steve Erwin & Bob Dienethal. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #7First comic done entirely on a computer. Shatter gets captured again and now finds himself in Singapore as he tries to figure out how he got into that war in "The Third World War Conclusion: Bringing Up Baby." Script by Peter B. Gillis and art by Steve Erwin & Bob Dienethal. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #8First comic done entirely on a computer. Realizing that he is a wanted man in the free world and the third world, Shatter, with Dr. Chuang Tzu, heads for the Soviet Union in "Red Dawns, White Nights & Blue Mondays." Script by Peter B. Gillis and art by Paul Abrams & Charlie Athanas. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #9First comic done entirely on a computer. Shatter returns to Daley City with Ravenant, a former contract solder, and they infiltrate the headquarters of a drug conglomerate and meet an old enemy of Shatter's in "Daley City Vid." Script by Peter B. Gillis & Rick Oliver and art by Charlie Athanas. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #10First comic done entirely on a computer. With his new RNA talents, Shatter tries them out in Bezirk, a live-action, computerized role-playing game and discovers a hidden underground army in "The Angel – Big Cats on the Breakvine." Script by Peter B. Gillis and art by Charlie Athanas. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter Special #1The first true digital comic, this special, like a TV pilot, introduced the art and the story of Shatter a full six months before First launched the regular series. Artist Mike Saenz created the graphics for Shatter on a first-generation Apple Macintosh, with its clunky, squarish mouse, long before tablets, styli, or Photoshop. The results are quite effective for this Blade Runner-like tale of futuristic corporate crime, introducing Sadr Shatter Morales, hero of the series that followed. Script by Peter B. Gillis. Full color; 32 pages. Cover price $1.75.
Shatter #1-10 VF/NM 9.0+ 1985-1987 First Comics Back Issues 1st Computer Digital
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