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This graphic novel may actually motivate you to read the iTunes terms & conditions …


For all I know, Apple may own my house. Like every other person on the planet, when faced with pages and pages of terms & conditions, I just click Accept and get on with my day.

But American artist Robert Sikoryak thinks he may have found a way to persuade us to read the iTunes terms and conditions: he’s turning them into a graphic novel, aka a lengthy comic. The Tumblr was spotted by TNW.

Sikoryak’s illustrations of the terms span over three volumes, documenting the entire agreement. It jumps between famous illustration styles and includes Steve Jobs as Tin Tin, Snoopy and even superhero Steve Jobs.

I still very much doubt I’m going to read the whole thing, but it’s a safe bet visitors to the Tumblr will read more of it than they ever have before.

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  1. 89p13 - 7 years ago

    Can’t see this making the “best sellers list” – but it might be a worthy read for those nights when I can’t fall asleep.


  2. Jake Becker - 7 years ago

    this is amazing

  3. mpias3785 - 7 years ago

    South Park, season 15, episode 1: HumancentiPad. If that doesn’t get you to read the EULA, nothing will.


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