Sex Criminals is a great new comic-book series from writer Matt Fraction and artist Chip Zdarsky, published by Image Comics, about two people who discover that their orgasms gives them the power to stop time. The second issue came out recently and had been available in digital form via the popular Comixology app. But Apple is banning the issue from on the iOS version of Comixology, while still selling it on their own iBooks storefront. Fraction’s Tweets about the ban point out the weird paradox of preventing access to Sex Criminals #2 via one avenue while allowing it through another: Comixology declined to comment on the blocking of Sex Criminals #2 when contacted by Kotaku. Apple has not responded to requests for comment. Image replied with the following statement: Apple is free to make whatever decisions they deem best for their business, but there’s a level of inconsistency here that is difficult for the creative community to understand. In this instance, there’s little difference between the content of Sex Criminals #1 (which is available in the iOS Appstore) and Sex Criminials #2 (which was rejected). Likewise, when you compare the standards for the iBookstore with the standards for the iOS… Read full this story
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