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Boomerang from Cartoon Network logos (2000–2015)

Contributed by Julian Bebout on Jun 6th, 2020. Artwork published in
March 2000
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    Boomerang from Cartoon Network logos (2000–2015) 1
    Source: https://boomerangspykids.fandom.com License: All Rights Reserved.

    Boomerang is an American cable television network and streaming service owned by Warner Bros. Entertainment. It originated as a programming block on Cartoon Network introduced in 1992, focusing on classic cartoons from the WB library, and eventually grew into its own separate channel devoted to such content in 2000. [Wikipedia]

    From 2000 to a major rebranding in 2015, the logos used by Boomerang were based on Rat Fink Casual by House Industries. The line “from Cartoon Network” in the secondary logo (shown below) is in Freehand 575, Bitstream’s digitization of Filmotype Jefferson.

    See also the post about the old checkered Cartoon Network logo using Eagle.

    Boomerang from Cartoon Network logos (2000–2015) 2
    Source: https://boomerangspykids.fandom.com License: All Rights Reserved.

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