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Pest Control: 1994-2002                         

Logo: On a sky background, we see a monster that looks like Wario. The monster roars and a green box outline covers the monster. Missiles shoot towards the monster, bringing forward the 1992 Cartoon Network logo.

FX: All the animation in the logo. This was designed by SUPER LOUD! Studios in Dallas, TX.        
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Music: A fierce-like tune.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: Low.

Playing Hooky: 1993-2004

Logo: We see the 1992 Cartoon Network logo against a forest-like background. Suddenly, a hook comes down. The hook comes down and grabs the CN logo from the wooden floor.

FX: Cut-out animation. This was designed by Snapshot Entertainment in Orlando, FL.

Music: A comedic fanfare.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: None.

PI: 1996-2003

Logo: On a black background, a 2D hand is trying to view something with a magnifying glass. However it is fuzzy and it shakes two times. After that, the hand gets a view of an UFO, some ice cream, a (very man like) woman with a mustache, and the Cartoon Network logo.

FX: Cut-out animation. This was designed by Nickelodeon Studios in Orlando, FL.

Music: A shortened and detective-like version of the Happy Days opening theme.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: None.

On the Ropes: 1995-2001

Logo: In a barnyard, a rope is controlled in a game of jump rope with three Wario-like buddies. The rope is swinged and the 1992 CN logo jumps over the rope.

FX: Cut-out animation. This was designed by Warner Bros. Animation in Burbank, CA.

Music: A mixed-up and backwards version of the country-style 2002 Disney Channel theme with a few additional jingles at the end.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: Low.

Take a Stab at It: 1994-1999

Logo: On a light blue background, a person holds a stick and stabs stuff that a person throws at them. The person throws all kinds of wacky stuff, from melons, cherries, slippers, a chair, and the Cartoon Network logo.

FX: Traditional animation made at Rainy Day Studios in Milwaukee, WI.

Music: An extended version of the "Fruit Fans" theme from the Wario Ware DIY game for the DS.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: Low.

Wokka Wokka!: 1995-2001

Logo: On a blue checkered background, we see some food and the Cartoon Network logo being cooked. Suddenly, a hand shakes the pan up and down to fry the food and cool it down. The logo gets shaken also.

FX: CGI animation made at Rainy Day Studios in Milwaukee, WI.

Music: An extended version of the "Big Dripper" theme from the Wario Ware DIY game for the DS.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: Low.


StabFace!: 1994-2002

Logo: On a magical background with rainbows and stuff, we see a face that looks somewhat like a Dynamikun face. The face started singing "Cartoon Network is a best!" and then cut to the 1992 Cartoon Network logo, which was shaken and dancing.

FX: Live-action with puppets made at kaBoom! Entertainment in Canada, WI.

Music: A cute, Bubble Bobble-like version of Super Mario World's intro for the SNES.

Availability: Extinct. However, it recently made a surprise appearance as part of a logo montage seen on the Cartoon Network: 20th Anniversary DVD released on September 25, 2012.

Scare Factor: Medium to Low. The face and the shaken logo may caught some people off guard. But the music is cute, though...

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