But by panel (page) 15, I was lost in the technical gobbledegook and just wanted to get past all the multi-threading stuff to understand why I should switch from Firefox to Chrome.
I'm sure I'll download it and give a test drive nonetheless, but jeez, folks, a little bit can go a long way.
I like Richie Rich as much as the next guy, but I can also really appreciate a 30 second elevator pitch, too.
Comics were meant to be quickly understood and consumed, not dissected like a PhD in computational complexity theory.
Warning: Marketing by Silicon Valley engineers is a danger to consumers everywhere!
To add insult to injury, the Mac version of Chrome was not released concurrently with the Windows version, so we know whose heart this stake was being hammered towards.
Where's vampire Lestat when you need him? Ah, that's right, he was relegated to the land of comic books way back in 1990-91!
It's soooo 1998, when you think about it, this new front in the browser war.
What's next, Microsoft files an antitrust lawsuit claiming Google's new browser is anti-competitive because it's integrally intertwined with the Google cloud operating system?
Whoa, there, cowboy, them browser chickens are finally coming home to roost, and the Google fox is guarding the Microsoft henhouse!
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
Me, I think I'm just gonna go take in the latest Opera.