Karen: That Spider-Man logo is perfect -one of my all-time favorites! And the webbing is just fine.
Doug: This has always been one of my favorite logos. I love the arrow in the "A", and the slight tilt to the right gives off a real dynamism that is quite appropriate for a team-oriented action title. Of the several different logos that have appeared on the Avengers covers, this one is tops.
Karen: I'm with you Doug -this is my absolute favorite logo! It just promises excitement.
Doug: Now this one... this one is a classic logo. Other than Iron Man's cover logo (which we'll see a bit later), there isn't a more fitting choice of font, color scheme, or dynamism in the lettering than this effort above. The arching letters in Captain America's name give off a sense of power and protection, and the Red, White, and Blue striping is just perfect. The Falcon's logo is no slouch, either. As to the corner boxes, "recently" reimagined by Jack Kirby on his return to the book, I like the Cap figure. I don't really care for the depiction of Sam Wilson, however. While he is certainly battle-ready, I would prefer something that evokes his power of flight.
Karen: Another classic logo. There's a real sense of motion to it, and the red, white and blue- well, that's the perfect touch.
Doug: The font on "Chills" could give one the chills! Good choice -- certainly a bit creepy, and the color change from top to bottom is a nice feature. The corner box is appropriate to what probably lay inside each month -- don't know, as I never got into the horror reprint titles.
Karen: What a blah logo! No imagination used on this at all.
Karen: Awesome. Evocative of danger and a savage quality.
Karen: A suitably creepy logo for the sorceror supreme - or was he just a master of the mystic arts back then?