The logo on the left is from #4, the re-introduction of Captain America. Cap shows up in the box by issue #6, and gets a headshot by #7. The last box is a fave of mine, because it features Giant-Man in that daggone ugly helmet he was sportin' at the time.
Logo changes again. The first is somewhat subtle, with the word "The" moving out of the "A" and to the top. Personally, I can't imagine why that's an improvement. And the logo that began on issue #236 -- you can have it. I just don't care for it. Oh, and Spider-Man again? Nope -- not an Avenger. Not ever.
New logo again, although it appears all that really happened was the word "Mighty" was added and the font was elongated. Hey, and check out that line-up! Girl power!!
Lastly, because this one's from around 1985 -- which is pushing the limits of the Bronze Age -- comes this final logo change. This one I like -- it's clean, dynamic, and I like the way the "A" and the "S" tie together. Really good logo. Probably my second favorite of our options to this point.
So there you have it -- corner boxes, logos, superstar artists (Kirby, Heck, Buscema, Buscema, Byrne...), and a fun jaunt through memory lane. And to think, it only took you around two minutes to read, but it took me over two hours to create! But my pain is your gain, effendi -- hope you enjoyed it!
Fantastic Four, anyone?