These logos debuted with the block launch on December 8, 1992. After the channel launched, the block countinued with the newer channel logo until October 2004.
Stacked version without words "from Cartoon Network"
Stacked print version without words "from Cartoon Network"
Stacked version without stars
Stacked print version without stars
Stacked version without stars and words "from Cartoon Network"
Stacked print version without stars and words "from Cartoon Network"
Version without Cartoon Network logo
Print version without Cartoon Network logo
Variant without stars on the bottom of the "B"
Print version without stars
Version without name with stars. Used during the countdown to launch.
Print version without name with stars
Version with Cartoon Network logo without stars. Used in some bumpers, mainly the former "Coming Up Next" bumpers.
Print version with Cartoon Network logo without stars
Rare Red version, used in the original channel poster, as seen in Boomerang (United States)/Other. Also seen on a rare bumper on Boomerang (EMEA)
Version without "B" symbol with words "from Cartoon Network"
Print version without "B" symbol with words "from Cartoon Network"
Version without "B" symbol and words "from Cartoon Network"
Print version without "B" symbol and words "from Cartoon Network"
Text-only version with dark blue outlined
Text-only version with black outlined
Used if Boomerang is having technical difficulties.
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Rare ID, used during it's looping animation, which played before it launched as a channel.
Rare ID with name on bottom and without 1992 Cartoon Network logo.
Easy-Show Projector variant used in long promos
3D logo used on most bumpers.
logo on a Yellow Background
logo on a Purple Background
logo on a Green Background
One of the few variants of the 3D logo.
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Another Boomerang logo in Scooby-Doo style. (Notice the Boomerang symbol has Wheels)
Boomerang logo as Scooberang.
Boomerang ID as Scooberang.
Rare ID Logo only the "B" and "from Cartoon Network" and without name, was used in Superman Saturday
Boomerang ID as Boomerock as a toy car.
Boomerang logo (Dexter's Laboratory Variant)
Ramp Walker (Coming Up Next) Variant
This was used by the Walk-On Menu variant without the URL at the bottom by Primal Screen
Wind-up Toys (Coming Up) Variant
Trapezes (Coming Up Next) Variant
TV Sets (Coming Up Next) Variant
Bumper Cars (Now Showing) variant
The Drive-In Menu bumper without the URL was created by Primal Screen. And the logo is complete white ans shiny
Main Onscreen USA bug (2006-2015)
Onscreen transparent USA bug (2007-2009)
Early onscreen USA bug (2000-2003)
Onscreen USA bug with smaller logo (2003-2006)
Onscreen transparent USA bug with smaller logo (2003-2005)
Onscreen bug used in Australia (2001-2007)
Second onscreen bug used in Australia (2007-2009)
Third onscreen bug used in Australia (2009-2012)
Boomerang prelaunch animation (2000)
Footage shown before the launch.