CNET heads to San Diego for Comic-Con, America's pre-eminent entertainment geekfest.
The latest creation from "Watchmen" legend Alan Moore is a digital comics "open source toolkit". Meanwhile, the app Comixology is giving away free funny books for your phone.
In a fun top 10 list, the biggest video Web site in the world declares the most popular superhero -- the results may surprise you.
Comic actress Sarah Silverman, whose "The Great Schlep" was a viral video in the 2008 campaign, is back with an expletive-filled project about voter ID laws.
At SXSW Interactive 2008, Brian Tong shows us Bitstrips, an application that lets you make your own web comic.
An online comic has ridiculed Facebook's new Timeline feature, saying it'll help advertisers rather than users.
Dead Space is coming to the iPhone and iPad later this month as a game, but before that it's got an iPad comic app too.
Researchers study the effects of a comic strip-style computer program on the health of 400 young volunteers and their parents.
No one is more surprised than I am that the annual Electronic Entertainment Expo is looking like a popular, well-received press event in it's 2010 incarnation. After all, it was only a couple of years ago that everyone (including myself) had essentially written off the long-running show.
The light-hearted font has become a lightning rod for criticism. But a decade of backlash of the Microsoft-created typeface hasn't wiped it out.
Episode 19 of the Digital City, where we discuss Acer's new ultra-cheap Netbook, share tales from the recent New York Comic Con, and how Lara Croft is getting sold to the makers of the Final Fantasy games.