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1994–2018 1995–1998 2001–2012 2002 2004–2011 2010–present 2012; 2016–present (international), 2016–2019 (United States)
1994–2018 1995–1998 2001–2012 2002 2004–2011 2010–present 2012; 2016–present (international), 2016–2019 (United States)

1994–2018

Cartoon Network 1992.svg
Designer:  Hatmaker
Corey McPherson Nash
Typography:  Eagle Bold
Launched:  April 15, 1994

The 1992–2004 Cartoon Network logo as a production logo was first used on Space Ghost Coast to Coast, premiered in April 15, 1994 and last used on an Indian animated series Roll No 21 in 2018.

This logo has many on-screen logo variants throughout its usage, most notably the Cartoon Cartoons "Ripple" endtag which was used on episodes of Cartoon Network shows, pilots, and films that were produced from 1999 to November 10, 2016. The said endtag was first used on Ed, Edd n Eddy and the last Cartoon Network original series to use the Ripple endtag is Ben 10 2016 reboot. The last Cartoon Network movie to use the 1999–2016 Ripple endtag or in general, Cartoon Network Productions logo, however, is Regular Show: The Movie, released in August 14, 2015.

The Ripple endtag itself, one of the commonly used endtag that feature the 1992 Cartoon Network logo, however, has also variants and underwent changes throughout its 17-year usage, such as:

  • Parent company byline was changed from "A Time Warner Company" to "An AOL Time Warner Company" in 2001. The version with the AOL Time Warner byline was used until 2003.
  • Service Mark (SM) symbol, located at the center-right of 1992–2004 Cartoon Network logo, was changed to Trade Mark (TM) symbol in late 2014. The version with the Trade Mark symbol was used in the last two years of usage of the Ripple endtag (October 28, 2014–November 10, 2016) starting with Over the Garden Wall and last used on Ben 10 2016 reboot.
  • On DreamWorks Dragons, the endtag uses the music from the credits and inverted version of the 1992 CN logo, has a map background, parent company byline and Service Mark symbol are in black text, and circles do not appear behind the logo.

Although the notable 1999–2016 Ripple endtag stopped its usage in November 10, 2016, the 1992–2004 Cartoon Network as the production logo continued to be used on Roll No. 21 until 2018.

1995–1998

Cartoon Network Productions Logo 1995.svg
Designer:  Hatmaker
Typography:  Zurich Std Bold Condensed
Eagle Bold
Launched:  September 10, 1995

The logo with the word "Productions" above the 1992–2004 Cartoon Network logo was used on Space Ghost: Coast to Coast and Cartoon Planet.

Trivia

  • This is the only logo that has the word "Productions". The rest of the logos from other shows, however, simply use Cartoon Network's 1992–2004, 2004–2010 and 2010–present logos and the 2010 version of the Checkerboard logo as the network's 1994–2018, 2004–2011, 2012–present and 2012; 2016–present production logo, respectively.

2001–2012

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The skull with the 1992–2004 Cartoon Network logo as its teeth was used on Adult Swim shows that were produced from 2001 to 2012.

2002

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The text only logo, which reads "A cartoon Network Production" was only used in the French animated series Youri the Spaceman (also known as Youri Networski), which aired on Cartoon Network France in 2002.

2004–2011

Cartoon Network 2004 Blue3.svg
Designer:  Animal Logic
Typography:  Eagle Bold
Launched:  November 19, 2004

The 2004–2010 Cartoon Network logo as a production logo was first used on Hi Hi Puffy AmiYumi. It is mostly used on shows produced or distributed outside the United States, with a few on shows distributed within the US.

2010–present

Cartoon Network 2010.svg
Designer:  Brand New School
Typography:  Gotham Black, modified
Launched:  September 6, 2010

The 2010 Cartoon Network logo as a production logo was first used at the end credits of Mad. Like with the previous 2004–2011 logo, it is mostly used on shows produced or distributed outside the United States, with a few on shows distributed within the US.

2012; 2016–present (international), 2016–2019 (United States)

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Designer:  Brand New School
Typography:  Gotham Black, modified
Launched:  November 2, 2012 (international)
November 10, 2016 (United States and Exploding Blocks endtag)

The 2010 version of the Cartoon Network checkerboard logo as a production logo was first used on an Indian animated film Sons of Ram, released on November 2, 2012.

Four years later, it was used on the 2016 Exploding Blocks endtag which debuted on a Regular Show episode The Key to the Universe. This endtag replaced the 1999–2016 Cartoon Cartoons "Ripple" endtag and is used on episodes of Cartoon Network shows, pilots, and films that were produced and distributed within the United States from November 10, 2016 to April 2019 and internationally on November 2, 2012 and since November 10, 2016. Unlike its predecessor "Ripple" endtag, the Exploding Blocks endtag does not have a parent company byline below the logo.

Since April 2019, the Cartoon Network Productions logo is no longer on episodes of Cartoon Network original series, pilots, and films that were produced, released, and distributed in the United States due to the dissolution of Turner Broadcasting System, Cartoon Network's parent company, which removed all references to Turner Broadcasting including this division (with the last CN original series to use the said endtag or in general, Cartoon Network Productions logo, is Victor and Valentino and the first CN original series to not use the Exploding Blocks endtag is Mao Mao: Heroes of Pure Heart, while the first CN movie not to use the CNP logo is Steven Universe: The Movie). As a result, they simply end with the Cartoon Network Studios logo.

Internationally, the Exploding Blocks endtag is still used on some shows that were distributed by international Cartoon Network channels, such as Elliott from Earth.