Sensation Animation

From Audiovisual Identity Database

Descriptions by
DisneyInternationalFan (originally EnormousRat)

Captures by
V of Doom, LogosForTheWin and levyanimeman

Editions by
NateSpidgewood, Shadeed A Kelly, CooleyBoy10, TheMisterFree, TheRealMarcel2000 and Blue2000


Sensation Animation was a short-lived division of Walt Disney/Buena Vista Television, formed on September 9, 2002 after Saban Entertainment and Fox Family Worldwide were sold to Disney. It was originally a part of the Saban Entertainment group, and its primary purpose was to continue dubbing Digimon. The company was closed on July 14, 2003, after Disney lost the rights to the franchise; however, they would go on to dub and distribute the English dub of Digimon: Data Squad for Toon Disney's Jetix block, but this time the dubbing was handled by post-production studio Studiopolis.

(September 9, 2002-July 14, 2003)

Nickname: "The Cubic S"

Logo: A green, black-outlined cube rises from nowhere in the screen and spins. Then it moves, leaving a trail of cubes, forming a stylized "S" made of 7 identical cubes. The figure vibrates and sends several light spots into flying. "sensation animation" appears below and the logo shines.

Technique: The cubes moving and shining.

Music/Sounds: A splat-like sound, followed by a cartoonish ascending sound, and a synth "bong" sound alongside some sparkles.

Availability: Rare. Appeared only on Digimon Frontier (the 4th season of Digimon). This is preserved on streaming services and is likely also preserved on the Flatiron DVD set of the series.

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