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Background: Boss Wizard Productions is the vanity card from German producer, Kloff Iserlohnsburg. It shares co-production with Marobru Productions.

1st Logo

(2005-2013)

Nicknames: "The Falling Elephant"

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Logo: On a white background, we see a anthropomorphic magician bunny snapping. And then we see an elephant falling from the sky with some magic powder, and then takes place on the ground. On it's stomach, we see the text "This has been a" in Arial Black, and the text "BOSS WIZARD" in a crudely drawn text, and "presentation" also in Arial Black.

FX/SFX: HEARTBREAKING 2D ANIMATION, Which makes this very popular.

Cheesy Factor: Where's the bunny's blood? And also, the D on "WIZARD" Looks more like a b.

Music/Sounds: The snapping, magic sounds and an elephant scream, followed by a crash and then a voice (the bunny) saying: Könnte jemand mir helfen, D***IT!!

Availability: Seen on German releases of The Chappelle Show since 2005, and produced shows for Nickelodeon, such as Poochini's Yard, during the 3rd season. Starting on the 2010's, It produced a show named "The Amazing World of Gumball" with the appreciation of Studio SOI, and produced the german version of "Lucky Star" and "Kiniro Mosaic" Starting in 2011 with the collaboration of Das Erste.

Scare Factor: Medium, the Elephant and the crudely drawn text may get to some, but it's nothing compared to what followed...

2nd Logo

(2014-pres)

Nicknames: "The Falling Elephant II: Electric Boogaloo" "Boss Wizard Off The Edge Of Your Seat" "Let Me Double Check This Logo!" "A Boss Wizard Presentation" "Coliseum Films' Less Cordial Cousin" "The Reason Why I Didn't Watch The End of Tobis Entertainment Films in THX Sound"

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Logo: Same as before, but once the elephant falls, the text "A" in Kloff's script, the text "Boss" in Arial Black, as before, the text "Wizard" On Ret-Koln Script, a font which is only available in Germany, and below the text it reads "a subsidiary of Marobru Productions" and overbelow it the text "Presentation" in Kloff's script, extremely zooms up to the viewer. The text then stays still for 2 seconds, and zooms out to the screen and shatters, cutting to a real live action extreme close up of explosions and fireworks for 2 seconds.

FX/SFX: Same as before, but with realistic live action at the end.

Cheesy Factor: What the heck is going on? The text is overly weird, the explosions doesn't make any sense, and the music steals the show...

Music/Sounds: Which is same as before, but once the elephant falls, a joint of autotuned men with german accent yell loudly and rapidly: "Boss Wizard!!!" Shattering sounds and risky, loud explosions are heard, with the sounds of atomic bombs at a mish-mash turn.

Music/Sounds: On the German version of Choboraunyopomi Theater: Ai Mai Mi, AT&T Mike says "Let me double check -" before the bunny snaps it's fingers, making it double weirder than the first variant.

Trivia: The voice is really the Speaker Box, checking the answers near the end of the Battle for Dream Island episode, "Are You Smarter Than A Snowball?"

Availability: Current. Seen on German releases such as Fresh Beat Band of Spies, Choboraunyopomi Theater: Ai Mai Mi, Monsters vs. Aliens, Regular Show, The Amazing World of Gumball, Cheeese, Sherlock Yack, Drawn Together and some Tobis old releases with THX sound.

Scare Factor: Low to Nightmare. The yelling, the elephant sounds, the explosions and fireworks would be a shiver hammer for those affected for this logo, and those sounds are hard to get used to. The Choboraunyopomi Theater: Ai Mai Mi version has a High to Nightmare rating, due to AT&T Mike saying it's phrase.

Final Note: Boss Wizard Productions now is the owner of Marobru Productions.

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