When I was at MoCCA in New York in the spring I came across cartoonist Robert Sikoryak who was undertaking the massive project of telling the Apple iTunes terms & conditions in comic book form, one page a day, into volumes A and B.
That project has now been completed.
Talking to CBC in Canada, he told them that “it’s famously a joke that it’s very long. It’s also famously a joke that no one ever reads it. I thought it was time to put it into a form that maybe people would like to read.”
However the project hit a small snag this summer, increasing by 30%.
“To my horror, in June, they not only updated the terms and conditions but they actually added a part C. Luckily, I didn’t have much text to edit from the earlier draft.”