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DC's first logo appeared on the April 1940 issues of its titles. The letters "DC" stood for Detective Comics, the name of Batman's flagship title. The small logo, with no background, read simply, "A DC Publication".

The November 1941 DC titles introduced an updated logo. This version was almost twice the size of the previous one, and was the first version with a white background. The name "Superman" was added to "A DC Publication", effectively acknowledging both Superman (the company's most popular character) and Batman. This logo was the first to occupy the top-left corner of the cover, where the logo has usually resided since. The company now referred to itself in its advertising as "Superman-DC".

In November 1949, the logo was modified to incorporate the company's formal name, National Comics Publications. This logo would also serve as the round body of Johnny DC, DC's mascot in the 1960s.

In October 1970, the circular logo was briefly retired in favor of a simple "DC" in a rectangle with the name of the title, or the star of the book; the logo on many issues of Action Comics, for example, read "DC Superman". An image of the lead character either appeared above or below the rectangle. For books that did not have a single star, such as anthologies like House of Mystery or team series such as Justice League of America, the title and "DC" appeared in a stylized logo, such as a bat for House of Mystery. This use of characters as logos helped to establish the likenesses as trademarks, and was similar to Marvel's contemporaneous use of characters as part of its cover branding.

DC's "100 Page Super-Spectacular" titles and later 100-page and "Giant" issues published from 1972 to 1974 featured a logo exclusive to these editions: the letters "DC" in a simple sans-serif typeface within a circle. A variant had the letters in a square.

The July 1972 DC titles featured a new circular logo. The letters "DC" were rendered in a block-like typeface that would remain through later logo revisions until 2005. The title of the book usually appeared inside the circle, either above or below the letters.

In December 1973, this logo was modified with the addition of the words "The Line of DC Super-Stars" and the star motif that would continue in later logos. This logo was placed in the top center of the cover from August 1975 to October 1976.
1987 test logo.

When Jenette Kahn became DC's publisher in late 1976, she commissioned graphic designer Milton Glaser to design a new logo. Popularly referred to as the "DC bullet", this logo premiered on the February 1977 titles. Although it varied in size and color and was at times cropped by the edges of the cover, or briefly rotated 45 degrees, it remained essentially unchanged for nearly three decades.

In July 1987, DC released variant editions of Justice League #3 and The Fury of Firestorm #61 with a new DC logo. It featured a picture of Superman in a circle surrounded by the words "SUPERMAN COMICS". These variant covers were released to newsstands in certain markets as a marketing test.[13]

On May 8, 2005, a new logo was unveiled[by whom?], debuting on DC titles starting in June 2005 with DC Special: The Return of Donna Troy #1 and the rest of the titles the following week. In addition to comics, it was designed for DC properties in other media, such as the movies Batman Begins and Superman Returns as well as the new Batman film The Dark Knight and the TV series Smallville, Justice League Unlimited and The Batman, as well as for collectibles and other merchandise. The logo was designed by Josh Beatman of Brainchild Studios[14] and DC executive Richard Bruning.
Player Ma St Ag Av Skills Inj G Cp Td It Cs Mvp SPP Cost  
1
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
  13 1 1 0 0 0 4/6 60k
(60)k
 
2
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
Block, Guard
  20 1 0 0 0 4 21/31 100k
(123)k
 
3
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
  2 0 0 0 0 0 0/6 60k
(60)k
 
4
Beastman
5 3 3 8
Horns
Block, Claw
-ma, n, m 27 1 1 0 3 3 25/31 110k
(0)k
 
5
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
  8 0 1 0 0 0 3/6 60k
(60)k
 
6
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
Block, Guard
  28 2 0 0 3 2 18/31 100k
(123)k
 
7
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
Block, Mighty Blow
n 29 2 0 0 3 2 18/31 100k
(96)k
 
8
Beastman
6 3 3 7
Horns
Block, Guard
-av 28 1 2 0 3 2 23/31 100k
(105)k
 
9
Beastman
6 3 3 8
Horns
Block
  11 1 1 0 1 1 11/16 80k
(85)k
 
10
Chaos Warrior
4 4 2 9
Claw, Block
-ag, -ma 29 0 0 1 11 1 29/31 150k
(125)k
 
11
Chaos Warrior
6 4 3 9
Block, Claw, +MA
n 29 1 4 0 8 1 34/51 180k
(142)k
 
12
Chaos Warrior
5 4 3 9
Block, Guard
  27 2 7 1 2 0 29/31 140k
(143)k
 
13
Chaos Warrior
5 4 3 9
Block, Mighty Blow, Guard
  25 0 1 0 12 4 47/51 160k
(158)k
 
14
Beastman
4 3 3 8
Horns
Dirty Player
-ma, -ma 19 1 0 0 0 2 11/16 80k
(95)k
 
16
Troll
4 5 1 9
Always Hungry, Big Guy, Mighty Blow, Really Stupid, Regenerate, Throw Team Mate
Guard, Break Tackle
  24 0 0 0 8 2 26/31 140k
(133)k
 
14 players (+1 player missing next game)  
Coach: olowiecki Re-Rolls (140k): 5  
Race: Chaos Fan Factor: 8  
Current Team Value: 0k / 2290k Assistant Coaches: 3  
Treasury: 90k Cheerleaders: 0  
Team Value: 2020k Apothecary: Yes  

Games Played:31 (6/4/21) |TD Diff:-31 (21 - 52) |Cas Diff:-8 (28/25/11 - 37/28/7)
Last Opponent: MacGyver