“We made a mistake,” says an Apple spokeswoman over the company’s decision to ban Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest, which featured drawings of man-on-man intimacy, from its iPad store. It only took three submissions and a slew of press pointing out Apple doesn’t block heterosexual adult imagery, but the tech giant has finally agreed to let the graphic novel be sold, uncensored, to consumers.
Publisher Prism Comics was quick to note that Amazon didn’t have any problems at all accepting Earnest into its Kindle store. Zing!
And just when we were learning to appreciate redacted comics. So here’s the graphic novel in all its uncensored glory!