ID: We see the Ghost Planet, as seen in the show's intro. "visit ghost planet" is on the bottom of the screen. The screen "dissolves" to the planet with a blue tint. Then, we see the phone number, e-mail address, and location for the Williams Street studios.

FX/SFX: The transitions.

Music/Sounds: A "modem" sound effect, which sounds like a modem from the 90s, but to younger viewers, it can sound like an old Atari game.

Availability: Only seen on Space Ghost Coast to Coasts first season, following the Cartoon Network logo. For whatever reason, this ID is cut from the Volume One DVD set, though it can be found on the episode called The Mask (which appears after the movie The Mask on it's original VHS release). Otherwise, check your old VHS releases for it.

Scare Factor: Low. The modem sounds can get to some, along with the planet, the sudden transitions, and the font of the text. None to those who love the show. It's also pretty outdated.


ID: Same as the above ID, but with a different typeface. "contact ghost planet" is on the bottom, and the show's website "" appears in the information.

FX/SFX: Same as the above ID.

Music/Sounds: Same as the above ID, but it is extended and the volume is lower. In the episode, "Sharrock" the logo is silent in memory of the music composer.

Availability: Kept intact on the Volume Two DVD set.

Scare Factor: Same as the above ID, but less scarier in the different font of the text, and the quiter modem sounds.


Third Visit or Contact Ghost Planet ID

ID: On a blue-gray background, we see the information from before, in a Bell Gothic font.

FX/SFX: None, but on every season 3 episode, before the ID begins, the episode number and title appears.

Music/Sounds: Same as before.

Music/Sounds Variants:

  • Pavement: The modem sound carries over to the Ghost Planet Industries and Cartoon Network logos
  • Brilliant Number One: Space Ghost says gibberish word that repeats over the rest of the credits.
  • Brilliant Number Two: Instead of the modem, a phone rings.

Availability: Kept intact on the Volume Three DVD set.

Scare Factor: Low. However, it might be a bit tamer due to it being a still shot.