With great geek cred comes great responsibility. CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con 2014.
The massively popular comics Web site was seemingly shut down by AOL late last month, yet a new post on the site hints at a return.
Pining for an e-cookbook with color photos? A new format dramatically expands what types of books Amazon's e-reader can display and adds Web publishing support.
At SXSW Interactive 2008, Brian Tong shows us Bitstrips, an application that lets you make your own web comic.
Marvel Comics has teamed up with Google to bring the X-Men, The Avengers and Captain America comics to Chrome.
A talk with Platinum Comics and Drunkduck.com's CEO Scott Rosenberg at Comic-con, and how print comics and Web comics can come together.
Tom chats with Scott Johnson, author of ExtraLife about Web comics.
Submit your Web comic for the chance to win a year or more of paid Web comic creation from DC Comics.
Superhero humor, comic book style, and Beth Riesgraf (but not just her). Crave contributor Kelsey Adams explains how a few streamed Web episodes made her a "Caper" crusader.
The creator of the Web comic sensation The Oatmeal delivers a closing keynote at SXSW to an audience entirely in his thrall.
The much-maligned Comic Sans typeface gets an overdue remake, rendering it suitable for general consumption.