Clark Kent, TV commentator for Galaxy Communications.

Galaxy Communications

The Galaxy Communications building[1]

Galaxy Communications is a media conglomerate. Its' flagship TV station is the Galaxy Broadcasting System. The Daily Planet is also owned by Galaxy Communications, at least it was in the '70s.[2]



Appearances and References

Super Friends (Season 1)


  1. As seen in The Wild Cards. This is conjecture of course, but it seems likely to be it based on the fact that it resembles it, and it's near the Metropolis City Municipal building just like in DC Comics, which seems to indicate that's what it is. This is all based upon maps of Metropolis and in the Super Friends it was never actually revealed if this picture is the Galaxy Communications building, but, as earlier stated, it seems highly likely.
  2. As was indicated by The Planet-Splitter and The Androids.
  3. Morgan Edge is the owner and president of Galaxy Communications on Earth-One. This is most likely the same on Earth-1A, but this is merely conjecture.

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