Pronz Animation, Inc.

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Background: Shortly after the firing of Mike9392929 in September 1992, Dr. Robotnik formed its in-house animation studio in Egg-dio City, California called, "Pronz Animation, Inc." which was first known as "Pronz Productions" for a short time and took over the production of The Jen & Jimmy Show with Michael Rosen taking over. Since then, the company finished the S2 episodes which Blümcø was working on and fully took over since S3. Also, the company started producing it's in-house cartoons, Nog Dog and Nog Dog and three years later, Hey Tax Man Max!. Since 1998, it moved to Egg-bank and was renamed to "Dr. Robotnik Animation Studios".

1st Logo (Jen and Jimmy Show Custom Logo) (November 7, 1992-November 14, 1996)

Nicknames: "The Michael Rosen Logo", "Michael Rosen the Plum-man"

Logo: On a light khaki background with a sun and a few clouds, we see Michael Rosen dressed in a plum-,an garb with his tongue sticking out standing on the ground and has a box of plums next to him. Below him are the words "PRONZ ANIMATIONS" (on early S2 episodes, "PRONZ PRODUCTIONS") in the same font as the show's ending credits (named Stencil), but it's white with the black shadow behind it.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: Plays over the ending theme of the show.

Availability: It was seen The Jen & Jimmy Show since the second season on Teen Robotnik starting with the episode "Jhas Blujk Classic Music". It can also be found on VHS releases of said show as well. The "Pronz Productions" variant was found on a few season 2 episodes when aired on Teen Nick such as "The Great Backyard/The Dog That Laid the Golden Hairball". On DVD releases, the logo along with the Dr. Robotnik logo are removed on The Complete First and Second Seasons and is preserved on Seasons 3 and a Half-ish and Season 5 and Some More of Four.

Scare Factor: None. You'll probably be laughing at the weird look on Rosen's face, though.

2nd Logo (Nog Dog and Nog Dog Custom Logo) (September 18, 1993-November 24, 1996)

Nicknames: "Freaky Text", "The Michael Rosen Logo II", "Nog Dog's Logo"

Logo: On a shady pink background (with blue dots), we see Michael Rosen and below its the words "PROnZ ANiMATiON" (in a disjointed, abstract style) and underneath is the word "INC." in a vermilion font.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Currently seen on Nog Dog and Nog Dog on Teen Robotnik and, along with the Dr. Robotnik and Pronz Film Releasing logos, on VHS releases of the said show. It is preserved on all four seasons and the complete series of Nog Dog and Nog Dog on DVD through Loud! Factory as well.

Scare Factor: None.

3rd Logo (Hey Tax Man Max! 1st Custom Logo) (July 10, 1996)

Nicknames: "The Max Logo I", "Max and Friends"

Logo: On a slate gray background, we see the big dodger blue letters "PRONZ ANIMATION INC." in stacked words. Around the screen, we see the following characters (starting from the top right, going counterclockwise): Pikachu (in his Cowabunga Brothers appearance) (who is waving), Thumb (with a scared look on his face), Max (looking bored), and Lompo (cross-armed with a scowl). They all wear completely different outfits than in the regular show, since this is taken from the pilot episode of Hey Tax Man Max!

Trivia: If you look closely on the bottom right of Max's head, you can see John482838's initials.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the pilot, along with the sound of Michael Rosen hitting each other, taking turns yelling "Nooo!", which was also from the end of the pilot.

Availability: Rare. It was only seen on the pilot episode of Hey Tax Man Max! This pilot was originally debuted in theaters before Boredom Videos: No-one is Special, the first Dr. Robotnik movie release, and, is strangely not on the Boredom Videos: No-one is Special VHS, however, the pilot was released on VHS. Ironically, the pilot episode was remade as part of the said show as "24 Hours to Live".

Scare Factor: None.

4th Logo (Hey Tax Man Max! 2nd Custom Logo) (October 7, 1996-February 10, 1997)

Nicknames: "The Max Logo II", "Max with the Chalk"

Logo: On a red brick background with two green windows, we see the beau blue 3D text "PRONZ ANIMATION INC", and on the bottom-right is Max holding a piece of chalk. There seems to be a spotlight on Max and the beau blue text.

FX/SFX: None.

Music/Sounds: The end theme of the show.

Availability: Rare. It's currently seen on season 1 episodes of Hey Tax Man Max! on Teen Robotnik. However, it can be found on DVD sets and, along with the You Suck, Dr. Robotnik and Pronz Film Releasing logos, on VHS releases of the said show. Season box sets of Hey Tax Man Maz! were recently released on DVD through, and the logo is intact on the season 1 DVD set.

Scare Factor: None.

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