It has a basic type-based logo, but everything else about its cover and design helps build up its visual identity. They can and do regularly change their colour palette, but they always restrict this to four colours, allowing variation within this constraint. The four Charles Burns portraits on the cover are another part of their brand, as is a central information bubble detailing selected contents.
My head's a bit dead to think about anything that isn't right in front of me just now!]]>