By Ralph Fitch

axis of evil

In an effort to retain members and recruit new countries, the Axis of Evil has unveiled a new design for their official emblem and advertising campaign.

The current expanded members directory of the Axis of Evil include Iran, North Korea, Syria, and Cuba, while Iraq and Libya are listed as members in hiatus. The four countries still in the Axis of Evil feel that they could benefit from aggressive marketing to other countries that might consider an opportunity to express their disdain for America.

Interestingly, however, the catchy look used by the Axis of Evil resembles that of American Eagle Outfitters, and reports indicate that at least one member country contacted American Eagle about selling their ae.com website to the Axis. 

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