iTunes Terms & Conditions Adapted into a Graphic Novel: Read It Free Online


In the past, we’ve brought you the creative work of R. Sikoryak. An illustrator who teaches at the Parsons School of Design in NYC, Sikoryak has a penchant for creating comic book adaptations of literary classics. Take for example Dostoyevsky Comics where Batman stars in a comic book version of Crime & Punishment. Or Waiting to Go, which marries Waiting for Godot with Beavis and Butt-Head. 

In his latest project, Sikoryak veers sharply away from literature toward language that is much more technical. Now, on his tumblr, you can find iTunes Terms & Conditions: The Graphic Novel.

Adding a new page every day, Sikoryak is creating an illustrated version of the “complete, unabridged legal agreement.” You can currently view the first 49 pages. Click here. Go to the bottom of the page. Then start scrolling up as you read.

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