Why isn't there the Incredibles logo on Jack-Jack's suit in Incredibles 2 ? Is it because Pixar want to portray Jack-Jack as a possible antagonist in upcoming movies?

The logo contains a homing signal which detects where the person is. So don't they want to know Jack-Jack's location in Incredibles 3 (in case if it gets released in the future)?

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    "Is it because of Pixar wanna portray JackJack as possible Antagonist for upcoming movies?" I haven't seen Incredibles 2 yet, but that's... quite the leap in logic there. – F1Krazy Jul 6 '18 at 7:37
  • We have no way of knowing what Pixar's intentions are for future works in the setting, that sort of thing is off-topic. As for why there's no logo... technically that's on Edna. She made the suit (to help contain Jack-Jack's powers) without asking Mr Incredible first (he was barely awake anyway.) Maybe she didn't want to be presumptuous. – Steve-O Jul 6 '18 at 13:57
  • Note that Jack-Jack could be located in the fourth dimension using the handheld screen. We aren't told exactly how it works, but it's entirely plausible that there is some kind of tracking technology in his suit that enables this; it just isn't embedded in a logo. – Michael Seifert Jul 6 '18 at 14:22

Jack Jack's suit has a few notable differences to the rest of his family.

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  • Doesn't have the Incredible logo
  • Doesn't have the "belt"
  • Doesn't have the accented underwear line
  • Doesn't have gloves
  • Doesn't have boots

His outfit is essentially baby footie pajamas.

This is probably because, as a baby, he isn't expected to perform any missions or get into combat (even though Edna designed the suit with all the basics, including resistance to bullets and fire).

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