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    • Brenda Mendoza

      Vince and I met at a Batman party for the opening night of the 1992 movie! 💖 7 | Infographic: The Evolution Of The Batman Logo, From 1940 To Today | Co.Design: business + innovation + design

    • Sam Manson

      A comprehensive and extensive chart of the Batman logo evolution, spanning over 72 years from 1940 - 2012 to map the transformation of a timeless hero. Thanks to DC Comics...

    • Deepcor

      The evolution of the Batman logo. #deepcor #DC #comics #batman #evolution #batmanlogo #film #entertainment

    • Judy Sibley Richlin

      The Evolution of the Batman Logo::Since first being introduced back in 1939, the superhero with “no real superpowers” has gone on to become one of the most popular faces from the DC Comics universe. Artist Cathryn Lavery has celebrated the history of Batman with this amazing ‘The Evolution Of The Batman Logo” illustration showing everything from the original logo all the way up to Christopher Nolan’s most modern interpretation.

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