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What a Cartoon!

1995–1997

What A Cartoon!

Cartoon Cartoons

1996 (prelaunch)

Cartoon Cartoon '96

1997–1998

Cartoon Cartoons (1997)
on July 17, Cartoon Network introduced the moniker Cartoon Cartoon after the premiere of two shows Johnny Bravo & Cow & Chicken. The first logo is just the letters from the 1992-2004 Cartoon Network logo but the word "Network" is replaced with another "Cartoon" and it's inside of a green oval.

1998–2003

Cartooncartoonslogo
CARTOONCARTOON

Singular-only version that doesn't include the S from CARTOONS. used on Cartoon Cartoon Fridays, Cartoon Cartoon Summer, The Cartoon Cartoon Show & Primetime.

This logo first appeared on a bumper of The Powerpuff Girls while it premiered in November 18. The logo is based of the Powerhouse Era's stylized-cartoony text from the bumpers (except the first "Cartoon" is a script text).

in 2003, after the end of Cartoon Cartoon Fridays on May 16, the moniker was officially defunct from the network on September 4.

Cartoon Cartoon Fridays

1999–2003

Cartoon Cartoon Fridays
Fridaysdisc

The Fridays Disc

Cartoon Cartoon Weekend, 1999–2002

CCWeekend

2000-2004 (Latin America)

CCF2000

Latin American version of the logo. The Fridays Disc is replaced with a C Disc featuring the Cartoon Network logo.

The Cartoon Cartoon Show

2000–2003, 2005–2008

Ccshow

Cartoon Cartoon Summer

2000–2001

Cartoon Cartoon Summer

Cartoon Cartoons, The Top 5

2002–2003

Top 5 CC

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