Klasky-Csupo, Inc.

Logo descriptions by LogoMan36

Background: Klasky-Csupo was resurrected in 2010 after a 2-year absence.

1st Logo
(September 6, 2010-October 1, 2012)
Klasky-Csupo, Inc. (2010)
Logo: On a white background, we see a still image of the 2003 Klasky-Csupo logo.

Effects: None.

Music/Sounds: The ending theme of MAD.

Availability: Rare. Only seen on MAD on Cartoon Network.

Scare Factor: None.

2nd Logo
(October 1, 2012-)

Klasky-Csupo, Inc. (2013)Klasky-Csupo, Inc. (2012)
Logo: On a black background, the K-C blocks from the 1998 logo are flying all around the screen. Eventually, the Splaat! character from the 1998 logo (with arms and legs) walks in from the right to the center. Suddenly, the K-C blocks come together to form the 1998 logo as Splaat! looks around. Right arter the blocks form the logo, they pull back and make Splaat! fall over. The K-C blocks then zoom in quickly into its usual spot in the 1998 logo. Then a bright and quick flash occurs, turning the screen white for half a second. It dims down quickly to reveal the K-C blocks formed to make the logo on a black background. The finishing result is the exact same as the 1998 logo.

Trivia: The SSF from the '98 logo was resurrected in this logo with arms and legs (the character is known as Splaat!).

Variant: There was also a short version where it started with the flash. Only seen on TV shows, making it more common than the original variant.

Effects: The flying K-C blocks, Splaat! walking in and looking around, the K-C blocks forming the logo, and the flash. Also nice 3D animation for the K-C blocks!

Music/Sounds: Whooshing sounds. Ending theme for the short variant.

Availability: New. The short variant appears on all episodes of Splaat! and post-October 2012 episodes of MAD. The original variant is seen on one movie: The Simpsons Meet The Simpsons. I know, it sounds lame, but at least the Tracey Ullman Show Simpsons had another comeback in this movie! Anyway, this logo will be seen on more shows and movies as time goes on.

Scare Factor: None to low, the appearance of Splaat! is kind of jarring because it might remind you of the SSF from 1998. Also people won't probably like the whoosing noises. None for the short variant. For TheShinymew4Ever, it was elevated Nightmare because of Splaat's face.

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