I've been writing a series of blog posts about the title fonts and logos of Star Trek: https://lessaccurategrandmother.blogspot.com/search/label/topic: fonts What I thought would be one or two posts keeps growing and growing. The next post is going to be about the books. Can you guys think of any weird logos unique to the books? I'm thinking prose fiction for now, comics for the future. I'm good with post-2001 stuff: unique logos for the DS9 and TNG relaunches, the latter of which eventually because a generic "Star Trek" logo, a new logo for S.C.E. using the "Jefferies" ship hull font. But what about earlier stuff? I can think of a couple: the Corgi reprints of Star Trek novels in the UK (1970s) had a unique logo the children's picture book The Prisoner of Vega had a unique logo the Bantam 25th anniversary reprints of the Blish stories used a unique logo (it was also used on the 25th Anniversary computer game, so I assume it was for the anniversary; I dunno if there were more uses of it) Of course, some of the earliest printings of Bantam and Pocket novels didn't have a logo at all, just something like "A STAR TREK NOVEL" on the cover. Anything else you all can think of?