Highly anticipated DC movie, The Batman‘s director Matt Reeves, dropped the movie’s official logo and it’s awesome. Along with the official logo, he also happened to drop some really cool artwork from legendary comic book artist Jim Lee, Just before the FanDome Event which is this weekend. Jim Lee is a DC publisher, Chief Creative Officer, and comic book enthusiast. Both, the new Batman logo and the artwork rocks a two-color theme of black and red. This color scheme gives them an aura of something dark and mysterious and dramatic. The artwork is designed as if it was hand-drawn or sketched which makes it even cooler. Matt Reeves also says that he will unveil more about the movie The Batman in the upcoming DC Fandome.
In addition to this, Reeves also promised to show us more from the movie The Batman, possible footage from the movie on Saturday during his presentation at DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes. This virtual fan event, which will be running all day on August 22 and will continue on September 12t. It will be called, DC FanDome: Explore the Multiverse.
Earlier, in February, Reeves sent the internet in a frenzy when he dropped a teaser of the stills from the movie. It was actually a camera test clip that dropped the first looks of Robert Pattison as the new Batman.
Also, Robert Pattison’s full look as the new Batman was first tweeted out by Batman director, Matt Reeves in March:
Although the excitement of the fans reaches renews, after every teaser, not much has been unveiled by the team about the story-line of the movie. Batman played by Robert Pattison will have a much younger persona and will have villains, like The Penguin and The Riddler.