Originally Posted by CNET
Word surfaced Monday of a Web "comic book" introducing Google Chrome, the search giant's long-rumored open-source browser project. While the illustrations, created by cartoonist Scott McCloud, were not officially announced by Google, they do contain the quotes and likenesses of 19 Google developers.
The detailed, 38-page comic appeared on Google Blogoscoped, which is not an official Google blog. (The link to the comic has been down intermittently.) The book is broken down into five main sections covering stability; speed; search and the user experience, security, and standards.