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Identify the font for Kids' WB!'s 2004-05 season

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MattysMasquerades

This is the font that Kids' WB!, the former children's programming block for the now defunct The WB network, used for their show titles in during the 2004-05 season.

I can definitely find more if you need to.

A font name will suffice, even if you don't/can't link to it.

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MissNobody

When I compared all the same letters, there seems to be slight differences. I can't be quite sure with this resolution, but I think it's handwritten.

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MattysMasquerades

Oh wow, I didn't even notice.

Yeah, looking at it, the first S in "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" has a serif on the back side, as does the one in "Xiaolin Showdown" and "Yu-Gi-Oh! Waking the Dragons" but the other two S's in Foster's have none. Same with the bottom part of the E in "Foster's Home for" and "Waking the Dragons" but the others don't.

Yeah, this is probably hand drawn.

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