Fakon/Nickelodeon

Elvis
(1992-2012, 2013-present)

Note: This is the original Nickelodeon 1992 ID.


ID: On a black background, we see a Fakon/Nickelodeon logo, which folds into a white screen covered in little dancing people slides in over, which is constantly shaking. After a moment, the screen transitions into a close up of four of the aforementioned people, whose heads are different shapes. (A nickel, a sack or load, an "E", and a light bulb that turns on. It's a pun: "Nickel-Load-E-ON). Then it wipes to the Fakon/Nick logo which also shakes a bit.

SFX/Music: A heavy metal jingle plays throughout almost the entire bumper. The guy shouting "COME ON NOW" and other things, and the people yelling "Nick-Nick-Nick...". At the end, the guy yells "NICK IS KIDS!")

FX: Cut-out animation.

Avalibility: Common. It appeared on the sequel to Popful Mail, Sister Sonic, which was made in 1993 for the Sega Mega CD by Sega-Fakon. It also appears after reruns of 1995 episodes of The Adventures of Sonic the Hedgehog and the reruns of 1994 episodes of Sonic the Hedgehog on the '90s Nickelodeon Channel. In 1992, this logo sometimes appear at the beginning of one episode of show it wasn't supposed to: The Ryo the Cat Show's "Scat Cat!", due the error; it was fixed in 1998 by the time the Pokémon anime first aired on UPN. It was also appear on the reruns of Sonic Underground on the 90's Nickelodeon channel and on the reruns of Sonic X on the new Nickelodeon channel. It was also found on the DVD of Sonic the Hedgehog: The Movie and Pajama Sam In: No Need to Hide When It's Dark Outside. It also appeared in non-Sega/Nickelodeon programs such as Pokémon Black and White: Adventures in Unova and Beyond.

Scare factor: Medium to Nightmare, the screaming, animation, and music will probably scare more than a few.

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