A little bit of Batman

by alphamonkey on September 20, 2007 · 0 comments

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Yesterday Neatorama linked to Todd Klein’s series of posts on the ever-evolving Batman logo, and it’s both a nice trip down memory lane for comic fans as well as an informed commentary on design and composition. Since Klein (as a professional letterer and cover designer) has been responsible for any number of iconic comic book logos, he knows of what he speaks. It’s good too see a industry professional breakdown such an important (if overlooked) aspect of comic design, and his insight is second to none.


For ease of navigation, here’s parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.

For more Batman goodness, how about a gallery of The Dark Knight as envisioned by most of his major artists? The Many Faces of Batman is a great (though not complete) archive of how Batman looks from artist to artist, which we first posted back in June of ’05.

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