Originally Posted by eagleman
That looks like a logo on a trucker's hat.
Not at all.
It looks like he's a member of the V Team - a superhero team that's all about vigilance, valor, and... I don't know... maybe vegetarianism. (I could have said "virtue," but that makes it sound like the V Team is all about taking pledges not to have sex.)
And the 4 members of the V Team - Bef, Jef, Nef, and Xef - are warrior clones from an alternate reality future. And having resigned themselves to the fact that they're unable to return to their own space/time continuum, they used their advanced nanotechnology to create an architecturally dubious V Team Headquarters building. There, they sit around playing Tetris, until such time as the V Alert Computer informs them of a crisis somewhere in the world which they must use their amazing superpowers to address.
Oh, and they ride flying motorcycles, and have a super-intelligent chimp assistant, and Veronika - the beautiful daughter of the supervillain, Moustache Isolani - is secretly in love with Xef, and sends the V Team anonymous tips regarding her evil father's upcoming evil plans for doing evil.
Well, at least that's what that logo looks like to me.
And I forgot - at one point Nef fell into a bottomless pit and died when he struck the bottom. But then the power of a child's love and advanced nanotechnology brought him back to life. And a lot of fundamentalist Christian groups in the midwest got really angry and insisted that only Jesus could bring dead people back to life, but they mostly shut up about that after Moustache Isolani used a green power crystal to bring about the Great Zombie Uprising.
Also, there was a very limited first production run of the Jef bobblehead, where Jef was mistakenly left-handed (well, technically he was just wearing his watch on his right wrist, but everyone refers to it as the "Lefty Jef Bobblehead"), and if you have one of those bobbleheads in the unopened packaging, it goes for, like, $500 on eBay.