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Google publicised its new browser Chrome with a 38-page comic book. It's a gift to satirists, and already, our inboxes are buzzing with slightly less saintly interpretations.

Here's a selection. Naturally, the altruistic nature of the operation gets a bit of a bashing:




As does the, er, "end to end" nature of the gambit:



And this one revives the memory of an ancient diplomatic incident between the Empire of Goo and El Reg:




So can you do better? Remember to be careful:

So get Photoshopping - and mail them here. We'll try and turn this one around in "internet time." In other words, in time for Friday. ®

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