One of the oldest memes in the book is the kind of humor that makes fun of really awful graphic design. For some reason, a Microsoft Word banner (Word Art for those in the know) with some silly and overused text can be extremely hilarious when used in the right situations.
This new wave of graphic design memes was sparked by the unlikeliest of sources. During this week’s Comic Con event, Marvel took the chance to announce the lineup for the Phase 4 of the MCU, also known as Disney’s new and improved plan for world domination.
Tons of great stuff happened: Natalie Portman’s Thor was announced, Mahershala Ali became the new Blade and Tessa Thompson’s Valkyrie became the first LGBT superhero in the MCU. Still, Twitter users couldn’t help their shock when Marvel unveiled the official logo for Loki, their upcoming TV show starring Tom Hiddleston.
Just announced in Hall H at #SDCC, Marvel Studios’ LOKI, an original series with Tom Hiddleston. Streaming exclusively on Disney+, Spring 2021. pic.twitter.com/Ntb8g9SSwq
— Marvel Studios (@MarvelStudios) July 21, 2019
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I guess there’s some sense in using a different font for each letter since Loki is like the God of trickery or whatever, but the result is still ugly and there’s no way of ignoring that. Check out some of our favorite responses below:
— Keeper of the Vault-Boy Funko Pops (@fluffy_budge) July 21, 2019
— júlia (@juliafzb) July 21, 2019
honestly idk what yall are on about, the new loki logo looks so fuckin good pic.twitter.com/PjJZEAwP59
— zacks pr manager (@spideysphotos) July 21, 2019
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me locking up the graphic designer of marvel for the loki logo pic.twitter.com/cDpVLOCRc8
— howling commandos lovebot (@cyberneticbucky) July 21, 2019
me: loki series logo is ugly af
also me: pic.twitter.com/vKUo5M489Z
— joanne (@hiddlestomas) July 21, 2019
If @Bosslogic‘s #Loki logo became the official poster for the Disney+ series, we’d be pretty good with that ?pic.twitter.com/mua6Sc8LkX
— Fandom (@getFANDOM) May 17, 2019