Living Dead Guy Productions

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


This is Bryan Fuller's production company. The company is named after Fuller going to many funerals as a child, something he liked very much.[1]

1st Logo (March 12, 2004-June 13, 2009)

Visuals: In a graveyard with some dead grass on the ground and a full moon seen above on the upper left corner of the screen, the cracked headstone in the foreground has a skull and crossbones symbol on it with this text below the skull and crossbones symbol and between the cracks:


A light green crooked hand is seen in front of the headstone rising from the grave.

Technique: 2D animation.

Audio: A "Hee, hee, hee, hee, hee!" shriek as the hand rises.

Audio Variant: On some episodes of Wonderfalls, the shriek starts at the point when the logo starts followed by a scary music beginning.

Availability: Seen on some episodes of Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies and the animated TV movie The Amazing Screw-On Head.

2nd Logo (October 26, 2012-)

Visuals: An illustration of a zombie's arm sticking out of the ground with a fork in his hand (that has an eyeball on it) is seen on a white background. To the left of the arm is the text "LIVING DEAD GUY".


  • There is a variant where the zombie's arm has a fountain pen, replacing a fork.
  • On Mockingbird Lane, the logo is on a Toshiba flat-screen TV and the fork is replaced with a crow.
  • An animated version exists on later episodes of Hannibal: it's the same text except they're all centered in one word, and the zombie's arm rises up.
  • On American Gods, the zombie's arm has a coin when he rises up.
  • On Star Trek: Discovery, the arm does the Vulcan salute.

Technique: A still, digital graphic. 2D animation for the the animated version.

Audio: None or the closing theme. On American Gods, the closing theme plays along with the ground cracking (as the arm rises up) and the crow cawing.

Audio Variant: On the pilot episode of Mockingbird Lane, an organ tune.

Availability: Seen on Hannibal, American Gods, Star Trek: Discovery and the pilot episode of Mockingbird Lane.


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