Here are what materials I have on four Marvel logos, three from 1994, one from 1990. Above, my revised first sketch for Annex. It’s hard to think of a more boring name for a superhero, but I did what I could with it. My note says I’ll make the spacing more consistent.
Sketch #2 is very square, but still readable. I like the first one better.
Next up is Bishop, and I only have this one sketch, though the note says there were two originally. Marvel was flooding the market with titles in 1994, and I was getting lots of logo work from them. So much, that many of them tend to look rather similar. I still find this one appealing, though.
Here’s the third, Blackwulf, using the very sharp and dangerous approach that Marvel was fond of at the time. I like the style here, and the overlap of the L on the A is a bit daring. Note all the arrows which addressed changes the editor asked for on this revised sketch. As usual, it was done in markers over pencils.
This logo sketch from 1990 is unusual in that it’s a tight pencil sketch, not inked. It’s marked #5, but I don’t have the others. Possibly I didn’t ink it in case they wanted any small changes. I don’t have a photocopy of the finished logo.
That’s all I have on these, and this wraps up all the hand-drawn logo sketches I have in my A and B folder. More to come.