Stoopid Buddy Stoodios

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Revision as of 13:00, 15 October 2020 by SubparMario63 (talk | contribs) (Formatting and the addition of 2nd Logo on Crossing Swords, as I've been watching it and noticed the logo on there.)


Credits
Logo descriptions by
StephenCezar15 and BenIsRandom


Logo captures by
StephenCezar15 and BenIsRandom


Video captures courtesy of
LogosForTheWin, NinJutsuDude1997 (AmantiDorian), and Pepsi9072

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Background

Stoopid Buddy Stoodios is an animation collective founded as a haven for artists who want to create unique visuals and tell character driven stories with an uncanny sense of ability. It is a subsidiary of Stoopid Monkey.

1st Logo (September 9, 2012-December 7, 2014)

Logo: We see a silhouette of the monkey from Stoopid Monkey run up to a silhouette of a person. The monkey jumps up to give the person a hi-five. The logo zooms out and the logomark "STOOPiD BUDDY STOODiOS" wipes in.

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

Music/Sounds: An acoustic guitar note when the logo begins. The monkey makes a joyful chuckle, and a clap sound effect is heard when the hi-five is given.

Music/Sounds Variant: On the Robot Chicken DC Comics Special, Aerosmith singer Steven Tyler's laughter is heard in the background, which has been doctored with echo. Also, a SMACK sound effect is heard when the hi-five is given, as opposed to the clap sound effect in the normal variant.

Availability: It can be seen on the sixth and seventh seasons of Robot Chicken.

Editor's Note: None.

2nd Logo (October 8, 2015-)

Logo: We see the person's silhouette being cut out of white paper on a black background, then the monkey's silhouette runs up like before and hi-fives him. When this happens, a spotlight focuses on the center of the background as the letters in "STOOPiD BUDDY STOODiOS" in white appear in mid-air and fall into place. We see that the logo has its own shadow, making it 3D.

FX/SFX: All stop-motion animation.

Music/Sounds: A paper sound, then the same as before.

Availability: It's seen on Robot Chicken starting with season 8 as well as SuperMansion and Hot Streets. Also appears on Camp WWE on the WWE Network and Crossing Swords on Hulu.

Editor's Note: None.

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