Last year, Bleeding Cool looked at Robert Sikoryak, a comic creator who was turning the Apple iTunes Terms & Conditions into a comic book. It was a ridiculous art experiment and he successfully completed multiple volumes.
He also turned it into a performance piece.
Well, Apple seemed to like the idea.
They have now, with the help of Madefire, created a comic book version of the Apple App Review Guidelines.
That is just as nonsensical and nonsequitorial as the original.
And a presentation.
Was Sikoryak involved?
@mashable I wasn't involved, just saw them today.
— R. Sikoryak (@RSikoryak) June 14, 2016
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