PP-X Productions

Background: PP-X Productions was founded in March 2001 to co-produce adult-oriented shows with Cartoon Network Productions.

(May 7, 2001-)
Logo: On a light blue background, we see the words PP-X Productions and a byline and then it fades out, then we see a heart background and the Powerpuffs appear in an explosion of seventeen 3D stars.

Trivia: This logo first appeared on a season 7 episode of Space Ghost: Coast to Coast called "Kentucky Nightmare", which originally aired on May 7, 2001, about 4 months before Adult Swim started broadcasting. This logo is also produced with traditional ink and paint and cel animation since 2001 and mainly consists of reused production cels (which come from the archives of Hanna-Barbera) that make up the 1998-2001 PPG animated episode outro. Another fact is that when The Powerpuff Girls switched from traditional ink and paint to digital post-production in late-2001/early-2002, this logo was still animated with cels. As of July 2, 2012, cel animation is still a major part in this logo, the reused production cels are in good condition and have survived screen use with this deal of this production logo.

Variant: The logo has a shorter version where it cuts to the girls part. The PP-X Producions logo appears after that.

FX/SFX: All of the animation in this logo.

Music/Sounds: The 1986 Walt Disney Home Video music.

Music/Sounds Variants:
  • Occasionally, the music will be more dramatic.
  • On the Aqua Teen Hunger Force episode "Sirens", Sirens sing the logo's jingle.
  • On early live action Adult Swim shows (mainly Delocated and a few others), the logo is silent.

Availability: Can be seen directly after the CN Skull logo on many Adult Swim shows, such as Space Ghost: Coast to Coast, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Robot Chicken, 12 oz. Mouse, and Metalocalypse among others. It is also seen on IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix. On UK Adult Swim shows (mainly Robot Chicken and a couple of others), the logo's byline's contrast has been turned up to the point where the byline is barely viewable, and only stays on screen for, in most cases, not even a second. This could be accounted to the fact that the Adult Swim lineup in the UK is broadcast on TCM2 and not Cartoon Network. The only exception is on the DVD release of Robot Chicken Star Wars, wherein the logo appears un-obsecured.

Scare Factor: None.

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