I couldn’t resist making note of Google’s comic book hero-themed logo today, presumably in honor of the annual Comic-Con fest starting in San Diego today. (I’m painfully aware since my better — and nerdier — half traveled all the way from Jersey City to be there this year.)
The logo links to Google’s new page introducing Comics themes for Google. They’re pretty cool — especially the one featuring Kim Deitch’s always wonderful, fantastical illustrations. (Alt/underground comics fans will not be disappointed).
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