"And mark well me words, mateys: Dead men tell no tales!"

For 45 years now, guests at various Disney Parks who visit Pirates of the Caribbean had been hearing words come out of a talking skull: the mysterious living Jolly Roger! Mounted on the bricks above the boat's path, a plaque mounted with crossed swords and the talking skull (voiced by Disney legend X Atencio, who had a rather large part making the original ride) ask guests to take heed of his warnings shortly before the ride's watery drop.

Nowadays, we see several versions of a Jolly Roger as the main logos for each of the four Pirates movies. Among the differences between the skulls is either what's crossing behind the skull or the design of the skull itself!
So far, we have had...

  1. Curse of the Black Pearl - A skull with crossed swords
  2. Dead Man's Chest - A skull with crossed torches
  3. At World's End - A skull with crossed bones
  4. On Stranger Tides - A silver skull with crossed swords

So tell me, mates...which of these skull logos be your favorite?

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