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A i T/Planet Lar, 2006 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 156 pages
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Yesterday's future returns in this sparkling archival collection of the world's first computerized comic book. In the day before tomorrow, all jobs are temporary, and control is in the hands of a few ruthless men. The world's biggest, most influential media syndicate has accidentally discovered a limitless source of cheap creative talent: stealing people's brains out of their heads. Only one man can stop them: a temporary cop with a golden brain. A man on a mission whose mind is capable of absorbing the talents of others... permanently. A man named Sadr al-din Morales. His friends call him... SHATTER.

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Review: Shatter

User Review  - Steve - Goodreads

Worth looking at for its role in creating comics history, but it absolutely has to be taken in that context. Read from a modern perspective, the art is poor, the dialogue is cliched, the plot is ... Read full review

Review: Shatter

User Review  - Burt - Goodreads

The first graphic novel created on the Macintosh computer, it still tells a decent cyberpunk story, dealing with, believe it or not, art. And it was created on a Mac with 128K memory, no hard drive ... Read full review


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