Corporate Logic

Corporate Logic

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Corporate Logic is a three panel comic that pokes fun at decisions made by large corporations that seem ineffective, misguided or just down right confusing. The comic takes place in an office like setting where a group of people are having a meeting (most likely the CEO and his board members.) An optimistic member suggests something, to which the head of the meeting will simply say “no” and spin around in his chair, leaving the rest of the members confused. In some iterations of the comic, he says a full sentence after turning around, and the board members cheer him on.


While the actual origin of the comic is still being researched, the first notable appearance of this comic was on the website, where it takes place at Hasbro. A board member suggests that they make the toy version of the character Princess Celestia look more like she does on the TV show.


Another notable versions include SEGA’s decision to stop making good Sonic Games.The comic has had a few variants, including one where the director says “Yes” and the other people in the meeting rejoice in his decision. Although relatively new, the meme appears to be becoming more and more popular with more versions being created.

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