Collideascope Digital Productions

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Credits
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edunk5

Background

Considered to be one of the largest animation studios in Atlantic Canada, Collideascope Digital Productions was a Canadian animation studio based in Halifax, Nova Scotia and was founded by Michael-Andreas Kuttner and Steven J. P. Comeau in 1995 and was one of the first animation studios to fully use Adobe Flash to do their animation works. While they're known for two of its flagship cartoons, Olliver's Adventures and Delliah & Jullius, they are infamously known for animating the second and third seasons of Johnny Test with Warner Bros. Animation due to budget cuts. The company closed its doors in 2009, with their last project being Speed Racer: The next Generation.

(September 3, 2002-September 17, 2008)

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Logo: On a space background that includes white nebula, something (most likely the earth) explodes in the middle releasing a blue shock wave and a brief flash of energy also in blue before dissipating as well as a triangular object hurtling towards us before colliding into the middle of the screen. It is revealed to be a yellow hazard sign with a black border and depicting what appears to be the explosive hazard in the same color. After that, a bright shine appears around the logo. "COLLIDEASCOPE DIGITAL" appears below.

Technique: The explosion, the shock wave, the logo colliding, and the shine.

Music/Sounds: A loud explosion and then another explosion, which sounds like a mortar going off.

Music/Sounds Variant: On Delilah & Julius, the ending theme plays over it.

Availability: Seen on Olliver's Adventures, Delilah & Julius, and Bruno and the Banana Bunch.

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