Superman HTML Hex, RGB, CMYK and PANTONE Color Codes
Superman colors in the DC Comics Superman logo consists of the palette red, black, and yellow. The original logo was created by Joe Shuster and first appeared in DC Comics Action Comics #1 in June of 1938. In this first issue it was different than the logo that is commonly seen today. Over the years the emblem has evolved but the red, yellow and black colors remain a constant fixture on the front of the Kal-El himself.
Below you will find the color code estimates for Superman’s color palette.
Superman Primary Logo Color Estimates
PANTONE: 186 C
Hex Color: #C80000;
PANTONE: 3945 C
Hex Color: #ffeb00;
PANTONE: Process Black C
Hex Color: #000000;
What color blue is Superman’s costume?
Blue is also one of the main colors of the Man of Steel from Krypton. It is the primary color on his suit. The color blue in Superman’s costume varies depending on which version of the Man of Steel you are looking for. From comics, to movies, to tv shows the shade of blue varies depending on lighting, coloring and which version of Superman it is. For example in The Man of Steel and Justice League movies, his costume was a darker shade of blue than the uniform that was seen in the comics and in the Superman movies starring Christopher Reeve.
Here are some samples from the comics:
Superman Giant #3 Blue Estimate
Hex Color: #48a4d6;
Hex Color: #286088;
Superman Rebirth Deluxe Edition #2 Blue Estimate
Hex Color: #317499;
RGB: (49, 116, 153)
Superman The Movie Poster Blue Estimate (Christopher Reeve)
Hex Color: #2883ba;
Man of Steel Movie Poster Blue Estimate
Hex Color: #3A6f9b;
As a universal icon, these Superman colors will be recognized by many people as iconic.