Earlier this summer, Warner Bros. decided to finally reveal its logo for Justice League movie. As excited as fans were to have their first look at it, the comic book fans couldn’t ignore their feeling of deja vu with the font style.
Finally, it has been revealed that the Justice League logo was inspired from a classic issue released by DC Comics. Fans believe COO Geoff Johns would have authorized it, as a teasing material hinting more comic book concepts to have been adapted in the movie.
According to Batman News, the classic logo can be spotted in Justice League of America #261. The issue was published on April, 1987. Fans check out the similarity in the image below.
Recently, it was also revealed that Geoff Johns made some significant rewrites to JL script. Although Zack Snyder is in control of the movie, it looks like the COO will also have his authority over the title.
Earlier in May, it was also revealed that Geoff Johns will co-run the upcoming DC Films under Warner Bros. Although the studio hasn’t commented on it, recent news on Justice League Dark suggests Geoff Johns to be the brains behind DCEU.
Earlier, Ben Affleck revealed that he would be taking some concepts from DC Comics for his stand alone Batman movie. Currently, Ben Affleck is also the executive producer for Justice League movie. Due to this, the possibility of expecting DC Comics concept and storyline in Zack Snyder’s movie is likely expected.
Justice League movie will be released on November 17th, 2017/ the film crew and the rest of the main cast are currently in London for the shooting. Actor Ben Affleck was also spotted, revealing his Bruce Wayne looks for the movie.
If you thought The New Justice League movie logo looked familiar.. Could be because it was used on JLA #261 in 1987 pic.twitter.com/qLkbH2s2ek
— DC Unlimited (@ewatson389) August 22, 2016