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It's a little lie you tell every single time you sign up for anything on the internet. "I have read and agree to the terms of service." You haven't read them and everybody knows it, but maybe you should read the iTunes Terms and Conditions, just once. Not for legal reasons of course, or on Apple's website -- that would be boring -- but in R. Sikoryak's 'Unabridged Graphic Adaptation: iTunes Terms and Conditions.' It's exactly what it sounds like: two volumes of unwieldy legal jargon juxtaposed with gorgeous comic imagery.

Inside you'll find the wall of text you'd expect, but it's surrounded by art inspired by 95 different artists. It's a fantastic example of what the artist, R. Sikoryak, is known for -- creating cartoon parodies and satire comics in the style of famous comic artists. Apple's TOS is represented as every comic you can think of: the Avengers, The Adventures of Tin Tin, Justice League, Felix the Cat, Rube Goldberg and tons of others. The words of these volumes may not be incredibly engaging, but let's be honest: you'll never read the iTunes conditions any other way.

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