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These logos were used on some Adult Swim shows, earlier, and some later Cartoon Network shows, including those that were made internationally (i.e. Johnny Bravo Goes to Bollywood in which it was made and distributed by the Asian branch of the channel). It has many variants.


On a pink background, we see the 1992 Cartoon Network logo with a yellow zigzag line on the bottom. Then, an object pops up on the logo. It has a pinkish/purplish and blue zig-zagged stick holding an orange oval with the word "PRODUCTIONS" on it. Sticks and eyeballs pop out of the CN logo. The zig-zagged stick wobbles through the remainder.


1999–2001, 2003–present

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It was used on Cartoon Network created and distributed shows since 1999. The elements are the same, but the 1992-2004 CN logo is smaller and in 2D/flat, the Time Warner/AOL Time Warner byline, and the SM symbol is in white (because in this logo, it takes place on a black background). The only element change/that is added is the rings from the Cartoon Cartoons (also called as a ripple by many) block, the change of music which is the closing theme of it (but without any CN character/s saying "Cartoon Cartoons" after the music is played), the parent company byline change which lasts from 2001-2003, and replacing the Service Mark with the Trade Mark (TM) symbol located at the right side of the 1992 CN logo starting in late 2014 (the variant first appeared on We Bare Bears pilot and used on later episodes of existing and future shows made from this period onwards, alternating the variant with the SM symbol on some episodes and later on they officially dropped the variant with the original symbol). On DreamWorks Dragons, it is still, the colors are reverted (the white boxes are the colors of the boxes of letters C, R which follows the A, O after the T, N on the rightmost above row, E, W, and R before K; the black one is the color of the background; when it comes to its text, the black becomes white and all the white letters are black), does not play the normal music but instead the credits music, and the rings do not appear. Also, the said byline and symbol is black like in the 1997-1999 logo. On Re-Animated (the Out of Jimmy's Head pilot movie), it has the Cartoon Network copyright information displayed below. Like DreamWorks Dragons and Transformers: Animated, the music from the credits play in this logo. As of November 10, 2016, it is concurrently used with the 2016 logo.


Toonix shorts variant

Like with the 1994-present logo, it has many variants. Its Australian and Asian variants are only used on some shorts and shows that were made by Cartoon Network Asia and Australia.



This was used on many Adult Swim shows after the Williams Street Productions logo. It features the skull with the 1992-2004 Cartoon Network logo as its teeth and later on added the copyright information.


On a white background, we see the 2004-2010 CN logo in Japanese letters, which later changes into the English version of it. Below the logo features the Time Warner byline (the same font as the 1997 and 1999 CNP logos). The sound is a wooden flute theme followed by people shouting in Japanese. It sounds like they are saying "See ya!" Only appears on Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi and its DVD version.


On a black background, the 2004-2010 Cartoon Network logo is in the end credits with the logo for Production I.G and Bandai Entertainment. A copyright information is displayed below. Can only be seen on Immortal Grand Prix.


CNP 2016 logo

On a blue background, a black square (the C square) rolls like a dice and the white square (the N square) dashes in and they merge. When they merge, the letters C and N will appear on the squares and also the yellow and pink splash when exploding to form the 2010 version of the 1992-2004 logo and at the same time change the background from blue to white. It plays the retro four note of the 2010 CN jingle. It first appeared on a Regular Show episode "The Key to the Universe" and since that episode and show, it appeared on later episodes and seasons of existing CN shows, including the newer ones. It is concurrently used with the 1999 logo.


  • Some variants of the 1994-present, 2013-present logos, and the Re-Animated variant of the 1999 logo resemble the Nickelodeon Productions logo. The only difference is that the Cartoon Network logo does not come in many shapes or objects like Nickelodeon does.

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