A pop-cult fix for a generation that grew up playing Nintendo and watching Saturday morning cartoons
"Reservoir Dogs," "Seven," "The Exorcist," and other disturbing movies get a kid-friendly restyling thanks to artist Todd Spence, who wants to swap screams with smiles.
Artist Marissa Garner designs window art featuring superheroes, robots and comic book villains. "I would go to this church," fans say.
Could a 61-page children's book unlock clues about Amazon's plans for its mysterious launch event? Jessica Dolcourt read it to find out.
These toys, worthy of the Elder Gods, were inspired by tales from the horror legend H.P. Lovecraft and are available through Kickstarter until Wednesday morning.
Together with a bunch of his artist friends, total legend Brandon Bird has created a gallery exhibition, based on an Uncanny X-Men colouring book.
The people behind the "Choose Your Own Adventure" books launch a Kickstarter campaign to create an iOS cartoon app, but fans of the original series have some cool pledge options, too.
The Amazon Kindle Fire locks distractions away until after the kids have done their reading or learning for the day.
The online retail giant acquires Liquavista, a screen tech company that made a splash at the 2011 CES with its color e-reader.
The popular kids' books need your help! They're looking for Kickstarter cash to launch a new, digital series of interactive comics.
From cartoons without any pictures to street-legal bumper cars, to bioengineered veins, these are a few of the best tech photos of the week.