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Era Toonix


August 5, 2010


September 3, 2012




François Clemenceau (Latin America)
Carlos Tureta (Brazil)


Michael Kohler

Preceded by

CN City

Succeeded by


CN president(s)

Pablo Zuccarino

The Toonix look was the 5th look in Cartoon Network Latin America (4th in Brazil), preceding with CN City era by Animal Logic. They are similar to United States' Noods but they're smaller, they don't have ears, and the head looks like a cube.

They were originally used on the website of Cartoon Network Latin America in 2008. After that, Cartoon Network Latin America used the Toonix look from August 5, 2010 to September 3, 2012.


Toonix are all white with square heads, small black eyes, and a mouth. Like Noods, they take on the appearance of numerous characters from shows that are currently airing. A lot of the Toonix bumpers were exactly the same as Nood bumpers, except the Nood character models are replaced by the Toonix ones.

From January 1 to September 3, 2012, the white 2004 logo on each Toonix bumper were replaced with the 2010 logo, although the 2010 logo can't be painted on.

The Toonix look ended on September 3, 2012, and it was rebranded to the "CHECK it" look.

Toonix in Asia

Toonix's were introduced in late 2010 on the Asia Pacific feeds of Cartoon Network. It serves as for various programming blocks (such as Toonilicious) and later introduced as avatars for the CN Club members online.

Since during their CHECK it (It's a Fun Thing!) rebrand on October 1, 2011, the Toonilicious block uses a similar look from Latin America used as promos, including some bumpers during airing this programming block.

See also


  • A Toonix graffiti appeared in the OK K.O.! Let's Be Heroes crossover episode "Crossover Nexus".
  • A series of shorts based on the characters were aired on Cartoon Network Asia and uploaded to Cartoon Network's Africa and Spanish YouTube channel.
  • An online social game of Toonix was first made around 2012, with several other minigames. Since 2017, you can no longer play any of the Toonix games. Instead, you get redirected to the HBO Nordic streaming service page about a kids brand with the same name.
    • Another Toonix social interaction game was introduced later in 2013 called SuperStadia, which was only brought to Europe. This game featured several Olympic-themed minigames and you could choose between two sides to root and play for. This game, along with many others, can no longer be played.