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Not to be confused with Marvell Technology.
This article is about the comic book company. For the production studio counterpart, see Marvel Studios.
This page only shows primary logo variants.
For other related logos and images, see:

Contents

1939–1951 1951–1957 1961–1963 1963–1966 1966–1971 1971–1983
1939–1951 1951–1957 1961–1963 1963–1966 1966–1971 1971–1983
1983–1987 1987–1990 1990–2002 2000–2012 2012–present  
1983–1987 1987–1990 1990–2002 2000–2012 2012–present

Timely Comics

1939–1951

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Atlas Comics

1951–1957

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Marvel Comics

1961–1963

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Although Atlas Comics was unofficially rebranded as Marvel Comics in 1957, there was no logo for it and the publisher would officially use the name four years later.

1963–1966

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1966–1971

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1971–1983

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1983–1987

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1987–1990

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1990–2002

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This logo is still seen on some "Old-School" products.

2000–present

2000–2012

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In 2000, Marvel introduced their new logo, which was first seen in their Ultimate Marvel imprint. The new logo wouldn't be adopted in their titles until Uncanny X-Men and New X-Men adopted it in 2001 and all titles adopted it in 2002. The first film to feature the new logo was in the end credits of X-Men and the logo sequence wouldn't be seen until Spider-Man. This logo is still used on non-MCU films, such as those by Sony.

2012–present

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In 2012, the "MARVEL" wordmark was slightly modified by Rian Hughes.

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