The original concept of what the online screen bug was to look like before it became the morphing logo. Strangely enough, this screen bug was used during the "Nickelodeon's Let's Just Play Finish Line Festival" marathon in October 2003. Used for Nick Online's service from 2001-2003.
Nickelodeon bug used from April 1998 to January 2000.
In January 2000, Nickelodeon's bug was shaded, and the "nick.com" suffix was added.The bug was covered in snow until March 2000.
A special version of the oval bug, shaped as a pencil, was used in the first week of the 2000 rebrand.
This logo was usually seen during "The Wild Thornberrys" (2001-2002)
The bug was only seen in Spongebob's Nicktoon Summer Splash (2000-2001)
Another logo variant that was only used on April Fools' Day 2001.
This bug was used various times throughout the early 2000s.
The first variation of the morphing logo. This one can be seen on some shows, though it was mostly shown during airings of "Doug
". Used from 2000-2003 (this specific variation was used from 2000-2003).
One of the many variations of the morphing logo. This one can be seen during Halloween. Used from 1999-2003 (this specific variation was used from 2000-2003).
One of the many variations of the morphing logo. This one can be seen during Halloween. Used from 2000-2003 (this specific variation was used from 2000-2003).
One of the many variations of the morphing logo. This logo was first seen on other shows and eventually began being used more frequently on "My Life as a Teenage Robot
". Used from 2000-2003 (this specific variation was used from 1998-2005).
A special bug used during the Friday Night Nicktoons block. (2002-2004)
The Second Loge That Was Only used during the split screen credits. (2001-2003)
Logo used from 2003-2006. This logo was created so that Nickelodeon could save time on more important projects than creating digital on-screen graphics.
This DC reen bug was used from 2003-2006.
Logo used from 2006-2009. This was the last screen bug created for Nickelodeon's 1984 logo. This logo was also created for the purpose of giving the screen bug a more simpler feel and to have it stop promoting the Nickelodeon website.
Logo used from 2009-present. This logo was thought up by Eric Zim as apart of Nickelodeon's universal rebranding effort. This also sees Nickelodeon's first logo change in twenty-five years. The logo's purpose was to give Nickelodeon a more modern feel, as the people at Nickelodeon attempted to put the old logo on a business card, along with its sister channels, and thought that it looked like a mess.
This bug was only used during the Kids Choice Awards 2002
A special logo that was used during the Summer PickNick (2002)
This logo was only used in Nick.com games (1999-2001)
This logo during Kids Choice 2005, and an The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius episode Sheen's Brain
Kids' Choice Awards 2009 "NICK"
This bug was used during the Rugrats' 10th Anniversary.
Used in various shows during Summer 2001.
This screen bug was used during Summer 2002
This screen bug was used during Thanksgiving (2002-2003)
Another version of the oval bug with the nick.com caption. Used in the March Toon Mania event.
One of the many variations of the morphing logo. This one was only seen during the premiere of "SpongeBob's House Party".
This was used when there was a new episode. It stayed on the screen for 22 seconds. (2002)
This was used during a new episode. This stayed on the screen for 41 seconds (2004)
This screen bug was used during Snick 2000-2001
Used during Fall (2001-2003)
This screen bug was used during a premiere of an episode (2002-2003)
This screen bug was used during U-Pick Live (2004)
This screen bug was used during Winter (2001-2003)
This screen bug was used during Plankton's Revenge marathon. (2004)
This screen bug was used in 2004.
Nick Jack-o-lantern logo used in 2002 and 2003
An Extremely Rare Sunglasses bug used during Summer 2003.
Used during the The Presidents day Spongebob Marathon for The new Spongebob Episode Good Bye Krabby Patty