Mike Saenz was the artist of the revolutionary comic 'Shatter' in 1988. This was the first comic created entirely on a computer. An innovative breakthrough for both comics and computers, 'Shatter' attracted widespread media attention and set sales records for an independent comic. Energized by its success, Saenz continued breaking digital ground, melding comics and computers. He developed Comic Works, the first computer program for creating comics. His 'Iron Man: Crash' was the first computer drawn graphic novel. Saenz returned to the comics field in 1994 with another breakthrough. 'Donna Matrix' was the first digitally created comic. Prior to his computer comics, he was present in Eerie.