SuperVillain Studios

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


SuperVillain Studios is an American video game developing company founded by Steve Ganem and Chris Rausch in 2004.

1st Logo (March 24, 2005- )

Visuals: The sequence begins as a dark cloud passes through, revealing a red sky. Several fighter jets are shown flying as explosions happen in the background. The screen cuts to the hatch doors of one of the jets, and as an alarm sounds a robotic arm extends out the door and drops a nuke with a giant "V" on it. As the nuke falls, a silhouetted monkey creature pops out the top of it, looks below himself, pulls out two levers from the nuke, and pulls them all the way. The nuke prepares to go downwards as the monkey energetically rides, then as it passes a cloud, the image is framed in a black circle border against a brown background. Next to the same "V", "SUPERVILLIAN STUDIOS" appears.

Technique: 2D digital animation.

Audio: A dramatic fanfare throughout along with the sounds of the actions.

Availability: Seen on Dungeon Siege: Throne of Agony, Fat Princess: Fistful of Cake, and the PlayStation Portable versions of Crash of the Titans and Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam.

2nd Logo (April 14, 2006)

Visuals: Against a white background is the finished "V" and "SUPERVILLIAN STUDIOS" from before, all in black. It fades in and fades out.

Technique: A still, digital graphic.

Audio: None.

Availability: Seen on flOw.

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