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This 1987 logo was one of the best known DIC logos. The CGI effects were made at PDI, and the other material was designed by Homer & Associates. First, the logo started off with a kid sleeping in his bed with his dog on it. Then the camera zoomed in to a window and a star appeared. Finally, the text turned in a 90 degree angle and the kid said the company's name. Also, the star stopped spinning and recedes into a spherical dot for the I. Today, this logo is still known and very popular today, from any other DIC history. The font of this logo is a heavily-modified version of Gill Sans Ultra Bold.
With TM bug. This was an early variant for DiC.
An variant with "PRESENTS" shown below. This was seen on early DiC Video releases.
In the 1990, the starfield was changed, along with the dot which the glow effect was removed. A different kid said the company name as well.
This period brought the Incredible World of DIC branding to the big and small screen. It was first used a standard logo in 1995. It was first seen on TV in 2001.
Standard version and seen on TV from 2001. This version was used until 2008.
Version of the logo with the copyright stamp. As seen on Liberty's Kids.
Cro et Bronto (1980)
Ulysses 31 (1981, original Japanese prints )