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Doom title screen, showing the Doom logo

The Doom logo is a famous logo used throughout the Doom franchise.

The logo can be found here.

Classic version

In the original Doom games, the logo spells out the word "Doom" in capitals. It was illustrated by Don Ivan Punchatz.

The upper part of the logo is blue, with mechanical parts, and the lower part is brown, with a natural/organic appearance. These "mechanical/organic" contrasts are part of an artistic concept. Some parts of the game, such as the Cyberdemon or the three episodes scenarios, have the same characteristics: Phobos is completely technological, Deimos is half-tech and half-demonish and Hell is completely demonish.

The logo was used in Doom, Doom II, The Lost Episodes of Doom, The Ultimate Doom, Master Levels for Doom II, Final Doom, Doom RPG, the Doom novels, and the Doom comic. In Doom 64, the logo was given a more three-dimensional effect.

Doom 3 version

In Doom 3, Doom 3: Resurrection of Evil, Doom, The Boardgame, and Doom 3: Worlds on Fire, the logo is modified from the original, but still bears a strong resemblance to the outline and coloring of the original logo.

Doom movie version

In the Doom movie, the logo is colored black from top to bottom.

Doom (2016) version

The logo used for Doom (2016)  gives the logo a more minimalist, modern feel. It includes a modified version of the familiar logo font, but this time it is flat, with a concrete texture applied.

Doom Eternal version

The logo for Doom Eternal features a 3D metallic logo.

Logo versions gallery