I’m a product of the 1980’s. The 80’s were rife with extreme product placement, and most cartoons of the time were no longer bound by the rules of the FCC – per President Ronald Reagan’s involvement in dismantling them and allowing advertising to run amok. So, growing up during that time – we 80’s kids grew to look at and memorize corporate logos, the minute details of characters and their costumes from television programming or from things like comic books (Spider-Man’s black symbiote costume VS his standard red and blue costume, for example), and – at least in my case – to become visual sticklers. What I mean by this is that these corporate logos and products became so ingrained in our memories that…