1st Logo (November 15, 2001-Early 2002)
Nickname: "The Clip"
Logo: On a dark blue background, we see the Rocket Power print logo. The whole thing is in black and white.
Availability: Extremely rare. You can find this on the earliest Rocket Power tapes, including the first 12 (The Music Video, April Vine Live in London, I Am a Donkey, Can't Sing the Roundhosue Band, Hollywood, Death on the Broadway, The Cruel Ocean, The Day the MArs Caught Fire, The Best of Benny Hurt, Scars of Frankenstein, Solly Loren: Her Own Story, and S.O.S. Titans) and The Ocean Cracked.
Scare Factor: None. This is very boring.
2nd Logo (March 20, 2002-Present)
Nickname: "The Clip II" "Not A Thorn"
Logo: Against a black background, a blue circle of light zooms up into the screen, spins around, and turns rainbow, then splits into two light circles which spin and shrink into a Rocket Power video. A white box with a blue aura is drawn around the shape, and it backs away. As this happens, a white box with the words "ROCKET POWER" appears under that box, and when that backs away a white box surrounds that, the bottom of which contains the word "VIDEO".
FX/SFX: The Cgi circles of light spinning and splitting, then turning into the video's animation. Also, the "drawing" effects and boxes being added on.
Cheesy Factor: It's just a clip from the Rocket Power episode "Reggie's Big Beach Break" where Reggie talks! That's very unprofessional!
Music/Sounds: Same as the Thorn EMI video Logo. But with The audio of the clip which has Reggie talking.
Availability: Rare. Appears on Ready, Set, Go!: Volume One, the first few collections of Normal Albert and the Crosby Kids, and Dangerous Mouse. Rocket Power also distributed titles from Clockers Video and Content. Several titles that had this logo were Extra Boy, The Evil Kill, The Peril-minations, and Second Blood. Among the first were King's Greatest Flick, One Flew Over the Bird's Nest, The Lord of the Oceans, Howl Show, The Explode, and Bart Land. This logo is also found on various pre-cert tapes in East Mobius, including Second Blood, certain copies of The Witch Man and the later pre-cert release of Screen Down (the very first release, from 2002, has no logo at all), as well as some post-cert tapes including A Passage To West Mobius.
Scare Factor: Low.