So who is that? Is it even a real person, or just a computer-generated image?
Actually, it's a picture of Al Pacino. So technically both are correct.
Most of us grew up watching Nickelodeon. Their delightful orange and white logo was the closest thing some of us had to a babysitter (or parents):
When Nickelodeon unveiled its first logo back in 1979, however, they inexplicably decided on a lifeless charcoal rubbing of a steampunk enthusiast railing lines of cocaine.
Although this would explain how Ren and Stimpy got past their censors.
We understand he's supposed to be looking into a nickelodeon machine, but no little kid on the face of the planet is going to know what the hell that is. Nickelodeon figured this out and switched to a more eye-catching, kid-friendly logo, because they wanted to keep their jobs.
Evan V. Symon is a Moderator in the Cracked Workshop. When he isn't being awed by mascots from the 1960s , he can be found on Facebook with a new book serial out at JukePop Serials. Kier has a Twitter and a blog that he updates. Sometimes.