This is the hub of television vanity cards. Here you can put your own company who has one logo. If a company has more than one logo description, please spin it off to its own page. Feel free to add some but don't delete somebody elses!
Whip Nois Television(1987-1999) Logo: On the orange background, we see Jepson Macías, wearing the black jacket and white shirt, looking at us and showing his teeth, grinning. The yellow text "WHIP NOIS" and "TELEVISION" in black is shown next to him.
Music/Sounds: The sound of the whip cracking and Jepson saying "Nice".
Availability: Seen on The Jepson Macias Show
Scare Factor: Low to medium, the sound of the loud whip, the badly-drawn text and the stare of the creepy-looking man could freak some people out.
Final Note: Whip Nois Television got owned by NBC and was rebranded as Bell Pictures.
Background: Yayrocket Productions is the television production of Yayrocket Games, after the failure of the 7-part series, "Awesome Pirates," the company filed for bankruptcy causing their planned show called "300 Miles to Pigsland: The Series" to be cancelled.
(April 1-7, 2027)
Logo: It's the same as it's game counterpart, but under "YAYROCKET" is "PRODUCTIONS."
FX/SFX: 2D animation.
Music/Sounds: Same as the game counterpart.
Availability: Extinct, only seen on Awesome Pirates on Newest Funimation Network.
Scare Factor: Low, this is a cool logo.
Background: Bell Pictures was the continuation of Whip Nois Television.
(1999-2017)Logo: On a white background, we see an animated picture of a bell ringing animated, under it is the text "Bell Pictures."
FX/SFX: The bell ringing.
Music/Sounds: A bell ringing sound, some episodes of The Jepson Macias Show has the closing theme of the show.
Availability: Rare. Seen on The Jepson Macias Show when it kept on airing until January 5, 2017, Also seen on Comedy Smomedy & the failed pilot for NBC, Cruel Boys.
Scare Factor: Depending on the sound variant.
- With the Ringing Sound: Minimal to Low, the ringing may catch you off guard.
- With the Closing Theme: None, this makes it boring.
Final Note: The company filed for bankruptcy after getting low ratings on Comedy Smomedy.
Logo: On a space background, we see Venus. Under it is the text "VENUS ANIMATION" in a futuristic font.
Music/Sounds: The Viacom "V of Steel" logo theme.
Availability: Only seen on the failed pilot for Nickelodeon, Mega Masters.
Scare Factor: None. This is boring but cool because of the Viacom "V of Steel" theme.
Background: This was the vanity card of Jamie Diaz & Russ Mooney, creator of the Kameleon Kid pilot and it's TV Series adaptation
Logo: On a green background, we pan from the right screen of the text "J/R" in a blue disco-like font. The text "JAMIE/RUSS PRODUCTIONS" appears below in a white modified new times roman font.
FX/SFX: The camera panning and the text fading in. Good animation.
Variant: Starting in 2009, the logo is a bit zoomed out and the screen format was changed.
Music/Sounds: A 4-note autistic acoustic guitar theme.
Availability: Rare. Seen only on the TV Series adaptation of Kameleon Kid.
Scare Factor: None. It's a good logo.
Mechaskull Pictures (Boston)
Background: Mechaskull Pictures made the horror series "Red Faces."
Logo: We see a robot looking like a skull on a black background, the robot blows steam out of it's nose, we also see blood outlining the text, "MECHASKULL" above, and "Pictures" below, the text, "Boston fright" flashes in white at the end.
FX/SFX: 2D animation.
Music/Sounds: Metal gears grinding, steam blowing, and a haunting bass tune.
Availability: Only seen on Red Faces.
Scare factor: Medium to Nightmare, the creepy skull, music and sounds will haunt many.
Ya Talkin' to Me? Productions
(April 8, 2010, April 31-July 3, 2017)
Logo: On a black background, we see the text "YA TALKIN' TO ME? PRODUCTIONS" in a white Modified New Times Roman font.
Variant: On the short-lived Plumber, the logo starts with the text flying word by word and the words "IN ASSOCIATION WITH" appears below.
FX/SFX: None. For the Plumber variant, the text flying in.
Cheesy Factor: Not much effort put into here. For the variant, none.
Music/Sounds: The closing theme of the movie or a voice saying "Ya talkin' to me?".
Availability: Seen on the TV Movie Double C. This was revived for the aforementioned short-lived series Plumber on CBS.
Scare Factor: None, the name is funny and so is the variant.
Logo: We see the bloody text "TONIGHT" on a black background.
Music/Sounds: A scream.
Availibility: Only found at the end of the TV movie Gingham or Die.
Scare Factor: Low to nightmare.