Superman's "S" Redesign?
I was just on Comic Continuum's website (which has posted screenshots from the pilot episode) and it looks like they've tinkered with Superman's "S" symbol a little bit. Instead of the design used on the older series, the symbol looks a little more like it did in the Golden Age comics--with the upper part of the letter appearing much bigger and with the lower half a little smaller.
Any thoughts? It is very subtle.
I think it's less "subtle" and more "screw up". I read today that the Oriental (for lack of a better word) company that does the animation just couldn't draw it right. It aint "subtlety" at all. Frankly, it bothers me how sloppily all the heroes' logos have looked over the years. It's almost a tradition. I loved the B:TAS logo, but it moved around and had it's colors reversed several times. They uglified...um...simplified the Batman logo in TNBA, but they still couldn't keep it constant. Even Suerman's logo in the series changed and now Wonder Woman's logo is missing a set of wings in JL. Ticks me off...really does...