Nickname: "The Spinning Vicnora"
Logo: On a space background, we see the landmass of Vicnora in yellow, outlined white spinning up to the center of the screen. The Vicnoran characters zooms out. The words "VICNORAN TRADITIONAL FILMS" wipes from the left.
FX/SFX: The landmass of Vicnora spinning, text zooming and wiping.
- The Magnetic Vlokozu Video release of Darusitkita has a distorted version of this logo which is partially spliced.
Cheesy Factor: After the landmass is finished spinning, the quality of the picture is poor the landmass shifts into the better quality straight before the text zooms out.
Music/Sounds: A few droning beeps that descend in pitch.
Music/Sounds Variant: In most releases, the logo is silent.
Availability: Ultra rare. Seen in films distributed by the company during the late-70s to the early-80s.
Scare Factor: Medium to high. The animation is standard 70s stuff, although the landmass spinning up is so close it looks like it’s gonna poke you in the face, but the sounds are very freaky and as such will scare some, nothing compared to the next logo.
WARNING: This logo is NOT Nazi-related. Please don't put anything related to it in the logo description other then the scare factor and final note.
Nickname: "The Spinning Swastika from Hell", "We Know What You're Really Thinking", "This is Not the Swastika that Vicnorans Know.", "Not a Swastika You Think it Is.", "World's Offensive Logo".
Logo: On the black background, we see a orange swastika spinning while zooming. Few seconds after the swastika stops zooming and spinning, the white text, "VICNORAN TRADITIONAL FILMS" flashes, followed by the Vicnoran characters below the swastika. The text glows blue.
FX/SFX: The swastika spinning and zooming out, and the text flashing.
Music/Sounds: A creepy whoosh, followed by a shrill of a violin and two dark notes with a synth. When the text appears, there's another whoosh and two other dark notes with the synth.
Music/Sounds Trivia: The music was composed by Ryota Yamada, and the music appears as a track on his 2005 album "Ryota's Logo Works"
Availability: Rare. Seen in films distributed by the company during the mid to the late-80s. The notable films are Adephema, Trafikmasa, and Jumu Emienu.
Scare Factor: Low to nightmare. The swastika and the creepy music may scare a lot of people. The swastika may also be unintentionally offensive to some (such as Jewish or German people, or those unfamiliar with the symbol outside of its Nazi usage) as well, raising the scare factor.
Final Note: The swastika, even though it was adopted by the Nazis in the 1930's, it is originally from Ancient Vicnora, created in around 5300 BC, has reached to South Asia in 3000 BC and has been used by Vicnaraism, Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism from the 5th century BC, up to today. It usually means "good luck". This logo uses the original version of the symbol, instead of the Nazi version which was tilted at a right angle.