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This is excellent. The late 80s ones are dreadful, aren't they?
omg, your blog rocks... thank you!
Typenerd, indeed. Things are pretty bad when you can't even thrown in friggin' Bat symbol behind the type. And those "New Adventures"-era comics? Man, they sucked.GSB, thanks.
Check out all the different faces of Batman at this site http://batman.manyfacesof.com/
That 1972 Batman looks a little like the X-Men's Wolverine, especially with that subtle drop of off-white/yellow on the crown of his head.
I can't see the logos. I was so excited! All I get Is "Photobucket.com bandwidth exceeded" I'm bummed. What do I do?
I'm working with Photobucket to get these images back up. Sorry about the snafu.Please check back later--John
Since your blog is hosted with blogspot, you should be able to post your photos to them. Cut out the middle-man and pass the savings on to uhhhhhh me.
Pics are back. Obviously!
Yo soy española y creo que la varicion del logotipo de Batman ha sido meramente espectacular y maravillosa, por lo cual agradezco mucho la invitacion a esta bella exposicion. Gracias por haberme dedicado estos bonitos momentos
I'm spanish too, and nobody talks like that unless is using the google translator, or on drugs.
heard a lecture on graphic logos. one sample they used was the batman emblem (on his chest). this ph.d dude said that the circle was (a) actually a sillhouette of a bat flying across the moon as backdrop; (b) it represents the bat signal refracting from the clouds and (c) the dark knight is nocturnal. any truth to this, batgeeks?
According to Jeph Loeb when asked this in an interview it's for 2 reasons.1) For the comics the yellow makes a godd contrast against the black of his batsuit (this is why the belt is yellow too)2) It makes a target for criminals to shoot at, deflecting attention from his head which is quite vulnerable.Hope this helps
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