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Background: Sam Webster (Me) and Michael Wildshill formed this company in 1988 as Webster/Wildshill Projects, where Michael Wildshill could direct thousands of animated short films, while Sam Webster could focus on making web comics. After producing award-winning animation for UK channels including, ITV, ITV2, ITV3, ITV4, CITV, and US channels including GoAnimate Network, Nickelodeon, TNT and more, Michael Wildshill left to work on The Cowabunga! Brothers, so Webster renamed the studio to Webster Projects. In September 1992, Michael Wildshill returned Webster's studio, renamed it Webster & Wildshill Productions, and (with Sam Webster) made some animated shows.


1st logo (1992-2014)

Nicknames: "The Explosive", "Wait! This is my explosives!"

Logo: On a red-green gradient background, we see an explosive labed "Webster & Wildshill Productions".

FX/SFX: None. This and the next logo were produced by Fred Seibert and Alan Goodman.

Music/Sounds: A 6-note Piano tune followed by Sam Webster saying "Wait! This is my explosives!" then Stewie Griffin saying "Hey! Shut up!".

Availability: Seen on the classic 1992-1995 animated series, Dan and Jolt-Guy, and the short-lived 2013-2014 revival, The New Adventures of Dan and Jolt-Guy.

Scare Factor: None. The "Hey! Shut up!" part is funny!

2nd logo (2014-)

Nicknames: "The Explosive II", "Wait! This is my explosives! II", "Dud Explosion", "The Animated Explosive"

Logo: Same as before, but animated! On the same red-green gradient background, a piece of paper with a thumbtack attached on top appeared in a pop effect. Then, the hand draws an explosive with his pencil. When he's done, he cut-out his explosive. Then, he stamped the words "Webster & Wildshill Productions" on the explosive. Then, the explosive was trying to explode, but falls appart, resulting in an exploding dud.

FX/SFX: The animation done by Sam Webster.

Music/Sounds: A Popping Sound, with a pencil drawing sound effect, then the cut out sound effect, then the Stamp sound effect, and then the Falling Apart sound effect.

Availability: Brand new! Can be seen on The Saturday Morning Show with Sam Webster, and other new animated shows!

Scare Factor: None! It's funny!

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