Rumours had already been circulating that the company had applied for a new trademark for the symbol, images of which had also been leaked.
The publisher has released a series of images demonstrating how the new 'pealing-back' design will be interactive in digital.
The design will also be modified to represent whichever character or brand it is applied to, with a glowing green logo for Green Lantern, a yellow, blood-splattered logo for Watchmen and so on.
"It was our goal to capture DC Entertainment in a dynamic and provocative identity. Our solution is a living expression which changes and adapts to the characters, storylines and the ways fans are consuming content," Nicolas Aparicio, executive creative director at brand consultants Landor, told The Source.
"The new identity is built for the digital age, and can easily be animated and customised to take full advantage of the interactivity offered across all media platforms."
The publisher's current 'DC Spin' logo was introduced in 2005, replacing the long-standing 'bullet' logo which was introduced in the 1970s.
The new design continues DC's move to overhaul its image following its New 52 relaunch in September of last year.
The publisher recently announced its first six cancellations and replacement titles from the new line.