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The Marvels gets an stunningly energetic new MCU logo

A new MCU logo has been released by Marvel/Disney, teasing the release of the upcoming sequel to Captain Marvel. Titled The Marvels, the film's logo had previously been presented with a colour palette more in line with the Captain Marvel logo tied to the first film, but the revised edition puts the hero's powers front and centre – with a new background colour and symbolic additions to the typography.

As the 31st film in the MCU, The Marvels will be a tie-in between Captain Marvel and Ms. Marvel – a TV show to be released on Disney+. This logo has echoes of both the logo attached to the first film and the TV show logo, and is also reminiscent of the Captain Marvel 2 logo that was presented during Disney Investor Day – proving its development has been a real journey. If you don't yet have Disney Plus, find out how to get 15 per cent off a subscription.

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The new logo has a refreshed colour palette and enhanced symbolism (Image credit: Marvel)

With reduced lens flare and a renewed blue colour palette transformed from fiery orange to a rich, cosmic blue, this logo focuses on Captain Marvel's powers – the ability to wrap herself in blue cosmic energy. But the logo also includes elements representing the other two characters appearing in the film – Kamala Khan's Ms. Marvel and Monica Rambeau (see the characters below).

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The logo represents the three main characters (Image credit: Marvel)

The Spectrum symbol is a nod to Monica Rambeau's superhero persona, and has been integrated more fully into the letter A than in previous versions, and is now full of energy. The lightning-esque S at the end is there to represent Ms. Marvel and appears with less glare than before. Compare the three logo iterations below.

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First-seen Captain Marvel 2 logo (top), The Marvels original logo (middle), new The Marvels logo (bottom) (Image credit: Marvel)

Marvel logos are always the source of much speculation, so we look forward to finding out how this design ties in with the plot and themes in reality. As we saw with the recent release of the Sonic 2 film logo, there could be some surprises ahead. 

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Georgia Coggan is currently Creative Bloq's Acting Deputy Editor. Georgia started her freelance career working for CB in 2018, and since then has worked across the site on news, ecom, SEO content... basically anything and everything. Now covering the Dep Ed role for three months, Georgia is a slave to the style guide, a logo geek and loves all things London Underground (its branding history, and not at rush hour).