Matt Reeves unveils the official logo ahead of DC FanDome this weekend
With the clock ticking down to the launch of DC FanDome this weekend, all eyes are on the stars of the DC Universe in anticipation for many of the big reveals expected to headline the event. All the big guns will be out in force – including The Snyder Cut, Wonder Woman 1984, The Suicide Squad, and The Batman.
Although details about The Batman remain a closely guarded secret, DC FanDome is mere hours away and ahead of the event, director Matt Reeves has taken to social media to reveal the movies’ official logo. It features the name in blood-red text complete with the unmistakable emblem from Robert Pattinson’s Batsuit. Check it out below:
And if that isn’t enough to have you brushing up on your Batarang skills, Reeves also posted a new piece of artwork from DC icon Jim Lee depicting Pattinson’s caped crusader. Take a look:
Okay, I don’t normally put my heart on my sleeve with these movies – but as a Batman mega-fan, I absolutely adore this new logo. It represents a flashback to the original comics I read as a kid and the original animated series’ of yesteryear. If this a taste of what awaits us at DC FanDome, I will be counting down the hours until the director reveals more! During the Hall of Heroes trailer, Matt Reeves teased us with a potential first teaser for the movie, and I a chomping at the bit to get a glimpse at the new Dark Knight.
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(Source: Matt Reeves)