With great geek cred comes great responsibility. CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con 2014.
Up for auction on eBay starting August 14, the so-called "Holy Grail" of comic books could easily sell for close to $3 million.
Swooping in almost at the last second to win the "holy grail" issue, the top bidder will now own the most expensive comic book in the world.
The bidding for Action Comics No. 1 -- the "most sought after comic book in the world" -- is at $1,600,100 but promises to soar higher by the time the auction ends August 24.
The person allegedly took six bodies for the iPhone 6 off the assembly line and sold them to a local gadget market in Shenzhen.
Move over, Batman. Twitter co-founder Jack Dorsey fights crime 140 characters at a time in his very own comic. Crave's Bonnie Burton talks to writer Patrick McCray.
Whistleblower Edward Snowden's life is laid out in illustrated form. The writer discusses what surprised her most about Snowden and how she tried to remain objective.
Valve will face Australia's Federal Court over claims it misled customers about refunds and guarantees on Steam games.
To celebrate the release of Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham, DC Comics will be releasing a range of Lego variant covers in November.
Didn't win last week's Comic-Con gold mine? Try again this week for more free comics, action figures, and T-shirts from the show floor. Plus, a poster signed by Multiversity writer Grant Morrison.
Didn't make it to San Diego Comic-Con this year? It's coming to you with this bundle of swag from the show floor. Comics, toys, T-shirts, and a Batman cape!