Doug: Part of this conversation will certainly include the iconic Superman "S" (our reviews of Byrne's Man of Steel begin tomorrow), and maybe the spider on our Friendly Neighborhood Spider-Man. Perhaps we should lead off with your thoughts on just why certain chest emblems are the best, or most well-known. And what of those emblems that have been tampered with through the years? I recall being pretty ticked off when, in the 1989 Batman film, the Dark Knight's chest emblem showed up with two extra points on the tail. Say what?? Similarly, I was a bit put off by the costume revamp in this summer's Amazing Spider-Man. Why mess with an icon? So, what are the properties of these designs that make even non-comics fans take notice?
Doug: But what are some logos off the beaten path so to speak? Are there characters that you really like, and part of that love is embedded in their costume's color scheme or logo? Let's hear your thoughts on this important aspect of longjohn fashion.