Jetix Europe

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


Jetix Europe N.V. (formerly Fox Kids Europe N.V.) was a company that operated the Jetix TV networks in Europe and Israel, and also handled consumer product rights. The company was majority-owned by The Walt Disney Company through ABC Family Worldwide, while the rest of the ownership was placed on the Euronext.

After Disney announced to fully buy out the company in 2008, they soon announced to replace the Jetix networks with Disney XD or Disney Channel, depending on the region.

Logo (September 6, 2004-November 30, 2009)

Visuals: There is the Jetix logo (a silver sphere with a large "X" stuck in it and a single "anime"-styled eye, looking somewhat like a strange cat. It's outlined in red and has the titular name in a rather blocky font below it in red).

Trivia: According to Zoic Studios (who worked for Jetix bumpers, with a help by Spark Creative Group), the Jetix mascot's name is Jay (often known as "J").


  • On season 1 of A.T.O.M., W.I.T.C.H, Dragon Booster, and Digimon Data Squad as well as the Power Rangers series from SPD until RPM's fourth episode "Go for the Green", and UK DVD releases by Liberation Entertainment, the phrase "In Association With" is above the logo.
  • On Pucca, the copyright information fades in below it.
  • Sometimes, the cat flies around the screen, then "JETIX" zooms in and Jay lands on it.
  • On Monster Warriors, season 2 of A.T.O.M. and Combo Niños (both of which have never aired in the United States), this variant is on a blue background. This was also spotted on a Sunday Mirror promotional DVD of Grimm's Fairy Tale Classics.
    • Although on Monster Warriors, the logo is filmed and shortened to the near end.
  • On some season one and season two episodes of W.I.T.C.H, Jay just drops on the words from the top of the screen instead of flying around the screen. This variant debuted in the said show's episode "Return of the Tracker". It is also seen on Power Rangers from SPD to RPM's fourth episode "Go for the Green", Dragon Booster, and Digimon Data Squad.
  • On Action Man: A.T.O.M. for PS2, the logo is still on a black screen and has no other words but "JETIX". This still version also appears on UK Maximum Entertainment/Best Sellers DVD and VHS releases of Jetix/Fox Kids shows, sometimes paired with the Fox Kids logo. Another game is known to use the logo on a white background.
  • On The Tofus, the logo was seen alongside on a white background with the 2003-2008 France 3 logo and the 2001-2012 Teletoon logo. Once the end theme of the aforementioned show is finished playing, the three logos fade out for the SIP Animation logo to animate.
  • There is an animated in-credit version of Jay flying around the screen on a white background on Oban Star-Racers. A still in-credit version also appeared on W.I.T.C.H., Monster Buster Club, and Jetix airings of Power Rangers from SPD to Jungle Fury as well as on Kid vs. Kat (with a black background).
    • On the Kid vs. Kat shorts, there is a still in-credit version with a white outline along with the Studio B and YTV logos.

Technique: CGI by Zoic Studios and Spark Creative Group.

Audio: The closing theme of the show. On Dragon Booster, Digimon Data Squad, W.I.T.C.H and ABC Kids airings of Power Rangers from Mystic Force to Jungle Fury, two thudding sounds (sometimes one) can be heard when Jay lands on the logo, with a voice-over shouting "JETIX!".

Audio Variant: ABC Kids airings of W.I.T.C.H. from January-March 2005 used a generic theme.

Availability: It was seen on various pre-teen/teen-oriented animated shows that aired on Jetix, such as A.T.O.M., Dragon Booster, and Pucca, among others; Power Rangers episodes from the era on ABC Kids used this as well. Also seen on licensed games. Last seen on Digimon Data Squad on Kabillion On Demand. On some international prints of Eek! Stravaganza, the flying variant plasters over the Fox Children's Productions logo. The flying variant was also attached to the end of some other archive Fox Kids/Saban shows, including international prints of the 1966 Marvel Super Heroes shows, the 1982 and 1996 Incredible Hulk animated series, and the first season of the 1994-96 Fantastic Four. Modern prints of Power Rangers from SPD to Mystic Force plasters this logo for the 2011 Saban Brands logo.

Legacy: Considered to be a favorite among those who grew up with Jetix programming.

Fox Kids Worldwide
Jetix Europe
Disney XD Originals
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