Boomerang was first introduced on November 1, 1993 (six months after the original introduction of Cartoon Network) as a block on Cartoon Network for classic cartoons ranging all the way back to the early 1900's. Prior to early 2000, it didn't have a proper logo. Thus, like Nick at Nite, its logo was constantly different along with a different theme for the block. Sometime prior to the rise of the channel of the same name, it started using the following logo, especially during the pre-launch animation of the channel.
On July 1, 2001, Boomerang was launched in Latin America using Boomerang US' 2000 logo.
In goal to get the network more rentable, on April 3, 2006, Boomerang was relaunched as an all-aged children's channel in teenager style, the words "Boomerang" were white and green which graphic brand was so similar to the Indian TV channel Pogo.
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In January 2008, the edges of the 2006 logo became hand-drawn, the sides of the logo became drawn, using the rotation of the previous logo.
On October 4, 2010, the edges of the blue ball became rounded, the word "boomerang" was used in a BoomType Neuvo font, the green background disappeared, the color of the words became rounded, using the Teen era. At this point, Boomerang had three venezuelan TV programs. This variant was used, along with the previously one, as a secondary logo, until September 28, 2014.
On September 28, 2014, Boomerang in Latin America rebranded using the 2014 logo, as part of Boomerang's ongoing global rebrand, and abandoned the teenage era. On February 16, 2017, in the chilean cable operator VTR lanched Boomerang HD in signal 725.