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  1. DON'T PANIC: Google's Insanely Complicated Douglas Adams Interactive Doodle

    Other versions of the series included a television adaption, stage shows, games, comics, and a 2005 movie. Today's interactive Google Doodle featuring the famous words "DON'T PANIC" (in large, friendly letters on the cover) is in tribute to "The...

  2. Animated “Little Nemo in Slumberland” Google Doodle for Comic Strip Anniversary

    Illustrators and comics will forever remember him as one of the great innovators in comics. Today’s Google Doodle is an animated comic short in which Little Nemo tumbles through one of his dream sequences.

  3. Google Gumby Logo Honors Art Clokey's 90th Birthday

    Clokey lived to see the release of the first Gumby comic book in 2006 from Wildcard Ink/Gumby Comics; it took Best Publication for a Younger Audience at the 2007 Eisner Awards. The logo is in honor of what would have been Clokey's 90th birthday today.

  4. Let's Hope Game Developers Make Console Gaming REALLY Social

    The Matrix franchise included comics, anime and games. There were the movies, games and comics all working together to create a more rounded out story and background. If you did go further and read the comics and watched the anime and played the...

  5. Use Humor for Link Marketing

    For companies with marketing budgets, there's no shortage of comedians, comics, satirists, cartoonists, and animators seeking work. Humor is a great form of content that will give people a reason to link to your content and help it spread virally.

  6. SearchDay: SERP Position: It Ain't Horseshoes

    If Google Gives You Comics. Today's Top Story SERP Position: It Ain't Horseshoes By Richard Zwicky Close enough may get you points in horseshoes, but it doesn't cut it in search. More than 90 percent of all search referrals are from results on the...

  7. If Google Gives You Comics...

    While the announcement of the Seth "Family Guy" MacFarlane link to Google was not new, the way in which Google has announced it will distribute and monetize reflects a deeper reach for the online media behemoth.