Warner Bros. Animation/Logo Variations

From Audiovisual Identity Database

These are the logo variations seen throughout the years by Warner Bros. Animation, with more to be added overtime.

Scooby-Doo! Abracadabra Doo (2009):

  • On a cloudy night sky background, the WBA logo shows up, but without the word "Presents" or Bugs Bunny. An owl flies down past the logo and later lands on a tree branch while hooting.
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Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated (2010):

  • A green ghouly version appears. The WBA logo is greenish and the background is green smoke. The "Presents" banner is there, but without Bugs Bunny. An organ sped-up version of the very end of "Merrily We Roll Along" can be heard throughout the variant.
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Scooby-Doo! Camp Scare (2010):

  • The clouds move away, revealing the 2008 logo on a cloudy background. The "Presents" banner is there, but without Bugs Bunny. Also, the logo, along with the "Presents" text, are a bit flattened.
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Green Lantern: Emerald Knights (2011):

  • The WBA logo is green in a black background, glowing and shining while it smoothly zooms in. There is no "Presents" nor Bugs Bunny that appear alongside the shield.
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The Looney Tunes Show (2011-2015):

  • "Monster Talent": The shield opens to show Daffy Duck in the shield on a blue gradient background. He says "You're welcome."
  • "Devil Dog" and "Ridiculous Journey": The shield opens to show Taz the Tasmanian Devil in the shield on the same background used on "Monster Talent". At first surprised, he then (in the same manner as Porky Pig) says "Th-th-th-th-th-that's all, folks!".
  • "The Foghorn Leghorn Story": Foghorn Leghorn opens the shield and says "That's, I say, that's, I say..." but forgets what to say afterwards and soon turns his back to the audience, asking "Uh... what do I say, Carol?" (Carol is his assistant introduced in that episode).
  • "Peel of Fortune": The shield opens up to show Bugs Bunny with a blue center, saying "And dat's de end".
  • "Double Date": The shield opens to reveal Lola Bunny, who starts to greet the audience, but then stops, confused, asking "That's all WHAT? What are folks?" then commenting "He's crazy."
  • "To Bowl or Not to Bowl": The Goofy Gophers open the shield, saying "That's all, folks" at the same time. They then spend the rest of the time until the fade out telling each other "After you", deciding who should say the catchphrase first.
  • "Newspaper Thief": A confused Granny on an aqua gradient background opens the shield and asks "Is this the bathroom?" Daffy Duck (offscreen) yells at her "NO! Now go home!", which surprises Granny and prompts her to look behind her (presumably to search the bathroom some more or where the voice came from).
  • "Bugs and Daffy Get a Job": The shield opens to reveal Dr. Weisberg, who says "On a final note, kids, don't forget to eat your broccoli. It's good for you."
  • "That's My Baby": Porky appears in the shield, beginning his usual line "Th-th-th-th-that's all fo..." then suddenly stops as his stomach rumbles, commenting "Oh, I shouldn't have had those artichoke p-p-p-p-poppers", a reference to an event from earlier in the episode.
  • "Sunday Night Slice": The shield opens to reveal Speedy Gonzales on a blue background, who says "Hasta luego, amigos" (Spanish for "see you later, friends") while waving his hat.
  • "The DMV": Lola appears in the shield again, this time waving at the audience, and saying "That's all, folks" in a slick tone.
  • "Off Duty Cop": The shield opens to reveal Leslie Hunt, in his role as Steve St. James, Off Duty Cop. He turns his dark glasses up from his eyes and says "That's all, folks!" His glasses then drop back down.
  • "French Fries": Yosemite Sam opens up the shield. He yells "That's all, folks!" and then kicks a football. The sound of a window shattering is heard offscreen and Sam makes a run for it.
  • "Beauty School": Lola opens up the shield and tries to say "That's the end of the show!", but she falls down to the bottom of the logo.
  • "The Float": The shield opens to reveal Daffy Duck, who is looking away. Then, he turns around, says to the viewer "Psst, hey," and looks side-to-side, checking if no one else is watching him. He asks, "You wanna buy a watch?" and brings out an antique pocket watch.
  • "The Shelf": The shield opens to reveal Bugs Bunny, who says "I'll just wear it" (referring to the Nobel Prize he received and tried to display on the shelf in the episode). After he puts it on, the strap rips and the Nobel Prize falls down to the bottom of the logo, leaving Bugs surprised.
  • "You've Got Hate Mail": The shield opens, but no one appears to be in the shield. Then Lola walks up to the shield and says "Piper, there you are! I've been looking all over for you! You're crazy." (Piper is Lola's imaginary friend in that episode.)
  • "Gribbler's Quest": The shield opens to reveal Daffy Duck with his arms outstretched (as if trying to hug someone), who says "Who wants a hug now? Come on! You know you need one."
  • "Year of the Duck": The shield opens to reveal a Great White shark that is wearing glasses, and reading a piece of paper (which, presumably, contains a list). He says to his offscreen friends (in an Australian accent) "Ey, fellas! Get a load of this! We cracked the top ten!"

The Flintstones & WWE: Stone Age SmackDown! (2015):

  • The logo is chiseled out of gray rock, and the shield's border is red.
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Vixen (2015) and Freedom Fighters: The Ray (2017):

  • The logo is flashed in before the opening on a cloudy/smoke-like bluish/grayish background with light hues showing the logo before switching over to the Blue Ribbon Content logo, their sister producer.
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Constantine: City of Demons (2018)

  • The logo is in its print form on a parchment background.

Mortal Kombat:

  • Mortal Kombat Legends: Scorpion's Revenge (2020): Same as the Daffy/Porky special logo, except that Scorpion (replacing Porky Pig) grabs Daffy with his catchphrase "Get over here!". The shield's inside has the NetherRealm, Scorpion's home realm, instead of the WB backlot.
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  • Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms (2021): Scorpion jumps out from behind the shield. He throws a few punches and bounces on the "Animation" text, making a pose in the foreground. The shield swings open as Shaggy Rogers (from Scooby-Doo, but based on his Ultra Instinct meme form) grabs Scorpion by the neck, says "Like, get over here man!", and pulls him into the shield. Shaggy peeks through the shield with a menacing expression, Scooby-Doo also being visible behind him, before the shield closes again.

  • Mortal Kombat Legends: Snow Blind (2022): The logo appears as seen through Kenshi's impaired vision, and is blue as a result.

Batman: Soul Of The Dragon (2021)

  • The logo is in the style of the 1973 "Big W" logo, with the black background and the shield zooming in towards us, then in the red background, the shield is in black and white with the name "WARNER BROS. ANIMATION" below in the font used for "WARNER BROS. PICTURES" in said logo.
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Justice Society: World War II (2021)

  • The Warner Bros Animation and DC Comics logos, the opening credits and part of the closing credits appear in a black-and-white World War 2 newsreel.

Catwoman: Hunted (2022)

  • The shield is peach with "アニメーション" (Japanese for "Animation") below. Everything is on a dusk background. The logo is silent.
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Green Lantern: Beware My Power (2022)

  • The logo is dark green on a green space background. The camera zooms into the shield.

King Tweety (2022)

  • The 2018 movie logo is used, but when the shield opens, the inside has a city backdrop as we briefly see Tweety back-turned (animated in the style he appears in the movie and voiced by Eric Bauza). He quickly turns his head to peak, then he gets excited, goes out from the shield and starts doing some poses (one of which is a silly poses). Tweety snickers and flies back in the shield, doing one more excited laugh before the shield closes.
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Looney Tunes Cartoons Specials (2022)

  • "Valentine's Extwavangza" starts with an old-fashioned valentine on a pink sheet-like background. The valentine is heart-shaped, red, has the shield on it with heart shaped red and white lacing around it, and is split in the middle so that it has two doors. The doors open, revealing the heads of Porky and Petunia Pig with heart eyes facing each other and the white text "LET'S GO HOG-WILD!"
  • On "Bugs Bunny's Howl-O-Skreem Spooktacular", during the opening credits the logo is shown carved into a jack-o-lantern, which glows from the top.

The Legion of Super-Heroes (2023)

  • The logo is dark blue and zooms out very slowly in space with blue energy, replicating a Zeta beam.

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