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 announced by Google, they do contain the quotes and likenesses of 19 Google developers.
The detailed, 38-page comic appeared on Google Blogoscoped, an unofficial 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. Here are the key features, according to the book: