These variants have a random character come up and dot the "I" in the logo.
This logo is the most well-known out of all of the company's logos. The CGI effects were made at PDI, and the other material was designed by Homer & Associates. First, the logo started off with a kid sleeping in his bed with his dog on it. Then the camera zoomed in to a window and a star appeared. Finally, the text turned in a 90 degree angle and the kid said the company's name. Also, the star stopped spinning and recedes into a spherical dot for the I. The font of this logo is a heavily-modified version of Gill Sans Ultra Bold.
In the 1990, the starfield was changed, along with the dot which the glow effect was removed. A different kid said the company name as well.
This period brought The Incredible World of DIC branding to the big and small screen. It was first used a standard logo in 1995.
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