Image: R. Sikoroyak

The “terms and conditions” document that you have to agree to before using iTunes is a dense and endlessly dull piece of work, to the extent that only a very small percentage of the millions of people who have agreed to it have probably actually read it—which, it’s worth pointing out, is probably somewhat on purpose. To make the thing a bit more digestible, a cartoonist named R. Sikoroyak illustrated 96 pages of unreadable legal nonsense in the style of different comic artists and cartoonists. The result is easily the most entertaining terms and conditions document ever:

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That, obviously, is The Simpsons, and here’s Bryan Lee O’Malley’s Scott Pilgrim:

Rob Liefeld’s X-Force (Steve Jobs can fit so many iPhones in those pouches):

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Katsuhiro Otomo’s Akira:

Bill Watterson’s Calvin And Hobbes:

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And even Simon Furman and Andrew Wildman’s classic Transformers comics:

You can see the full collection at Sikoroyak’s Tumblr, but if you prefer physical copies of your terms and conditions documents, an actual graphic novel collection will be available on March 7.

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[via Indy100]