Lucasfilm Animation

From Audiovisual Identity Database

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Logophile, EnormousRat, and DannyTheMuppetMan

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Lucasfilm Animation is the animation division of Lucasfilm Ltd., founded in 2003. However, no real logo was used until 2008.

1st Logo (August 15, 2008-March 8, 2014)

Logo: On a white background, R2-D2 shines a light from his head towards the camera. The light flashes and R2 disappears. Then a yellow cresent shape with legs with a dot close to it appears. Below is "LUCASFILM ANIMATION" with the byline "A LUCASFILM COMPANY" below.


  • There is an extended version of this logo where R2-D2 comes in from the left of screen. It then turns and moves forward closer to the screen. R2's head turns around and shines his light at us. This was only seen on a few Star Wars: The Clone Wars episodes, most notably the "Malevolence" arc of season 1.
  • There was another variation. It shows some Jawas pulling on a metallic object. When the camera pans up, they freak out, and then drop the object and run off into the distance. This was only seen at the end of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars movie.
  • On Star Wars: The Clone Wars - Jedi Alliance for Nintendo DS, the logo was placed on the starfield. The byline was replaced with "SINGAPORE".

Technique: CGI animation.

Music/Sounds: Just R2 beeping. In the extended version we can also hear mechanical sounds when he moves as well as his additional beeps. On the Jawa variant, we hear the usual sounds that Jawas make.

Availability: Seen on both the movie and the TV series of Star Wars: The Clone Wars up until The Lost Missions (Which would be season 6). Also seen on the game with the same name for NDS. The Jawa variant can be seen at the end of the Star Wars: The Clone Wars film.

2nd Logo (May 4, 2021-)

Logo: On a black background, we see the white text "LUCASFILM ANIMATION" organized the same way as before, but with no symbol or byline and the "O" in "ANIMATION" is replaced with the silhouette of a Clone Trooper helmet. Copyright information can be seen at the bottom.

Technique: None.

Music/Sounds: The tail end of the closing theme for the show.

Availability: Seen at the end of episodes from Season 1 onwards of Star Wars: The Bad Batch.

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