October 24, 2012

To his friend...


17 comments:

  1. Jerks? Crazies?

    Are you kidding me?

    THIS IS BRILLIANT!

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  2. Wow...even if you ignore the fact that this is...well...stupid and impossible (both legally and logistically)...it's just a very bad marketing plan!

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    1. And also self-refuting. He should expect a cease-and-desist letter soon for simply describing his idea.

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    2. That hasn't stopped the recording industry from doing basically the same thing.

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  3. "Hello. Do you have the latest issue of... um... the comic which shall not be named?"

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  4. Didn't know Apple execs read comics

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  5. If I owned a company, I'd be pissed off if people mentioned my product, too.

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  6. Considering Batman's weird and kind of annoying memetic status (Batman can breathe in space, Batman could beat anyone ever because he is prepared for everything! etc), I can't blame him.

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  7. There are actual entities that do try crap like this.

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  8. Because he wouldn't be rich simply by virtue of owning DC Comics?

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    1. DC isn't worth very much at all as a comic-producing company, nowadays. The only reason it's even still around is as an IP farm for WB.

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  9. BATMAN.BATMAN.BATMAN. DA NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH NAH BATMAAAAAAAAN.

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  10. So he'd basically try to do the same thing with Batman that Toho studios does with Godzilla.

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  11. He's going to have some trouble enforcing that when it comes to the street named after John Batman in Melboune, Australia.

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  13. Ha ha, of course you would... not. The only thing you'd *be* is the dumbass who ran DC Comics into bankruptcy from filing a ton of expensive, frivolous lawsuits.

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