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MEMORY MONDAY

Memory Monday: JLA – Brand Management!

As you may know, I spent a huge percentage of my youth reading comics. And yet somehow, I never questioned this:

The JLA satellite is in geosynchronous orbit at around 22,300 miles above the earth. So why the hell do they need their logo on the exterior? Who’s going to see it?

I picture some Silver Age brand management expert saying, “Superman. Bubbie. Trust me. You gotta get your brand out there…”

(From Justice League of America #224, March 1984. Written by Kurt Busiek, art by Chuck Patton and Dick Giordano.)

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