_Action Comics #1
_ (June 1938) is the first issue of the comic book series Action Comics. It features the first appearance of several comic book heroes, most notably the Jerry Siegel/Joe Shuster creation Superman.
_Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales of the Here and Now
_Free downloadable version of the IDW comic collection "Cory Doctorow's Futuristic Tales of the Here and Now," which collects the six-issue comic of adaptations from Doctorow's award-winning science fiction stories.
VISION MACHINE #1
VISION MACHINE #2
In the year 2061, Sprout Computers releases the iEye, a pair of glasses that allow you to effortlessly record, edit, and add special effects to anything you see -- and instantly share it with the world. It's all of the insane potential of digital media and social networking at the speed of thought, and three film grads named BUDDY, DAVE, and JANE have embraced the new dream. But now the other shoe's about to drop... Don't miss the second issue of "Planet Hulk" writer Greg Pak's insane new sci fi story, gloriously pencilled by up-and-coming superstar R.B. Silva ("Jimmy Olsen").
VISION MACHINE #3
In the near future, the iEye, Sprout Computers' revolutionary personal technology, has permeated every aspect of daily life -- becoming a near perfect tool of tracking and surveillance for government and business. A film grad named Buddy has joined former Sprout CEO Liz Evers in the digital underground, using jailbroken iEyes to create virtual utopias with fellow nerds and dreamers. But to squash the rebellion, the authorities are about to play their ace in the hole: Buddy's friend Jane Tanaka, an effective dreamer with unmatched mastery over virtual creation... and destruction. From "Planet Hulk" writer Greg Pak and "Jimmy Olsen" artist RB Silva, it's the stunning conclusion of the sci fi tale that Weekly Crisis calls "a riveting and creative ride."