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Found 6 results

  1. The Eyeball Mural

    Data Age

    From the album: Logos

    The logo for Data Age, a third-party publisher for the Atari 2600.

    © Image by The Eyeball Mural, no rights reserved. Data Age intellectual properties belong to an unknown party.

  2. So I was fortunate enough to come across a fully-functioning Sega-CD Model 1 out in the wild. It's also in pristine cosmetic shape with the exception that it's missing the plastic CD tray cover that has the Sega CD logo. Here's a picture of what I'm talking about: (The thing circled in red is the part I need) I was wondering, if any of you have a Model 1 SCD laying around that you're using for parts, or otherwise doesn't work, I would really like this piece of plastic that would complete my Sega CD. PM me if interested, we can discuss price. Will pay using Paypal only. Thank You!
  3. From the album: Logos

    The nameplate for Electronic Games Magazine, an important early venture in video game journalism.

    © Image by The Eyeball Mural, no rights reserved. Electronic Games Magazine intellectual properties belong to an unknown party.

  4. The Eyeball Mural

    M Network

    From the album: Logos

    The logo for M Network, the branch of Mattel Electronics that developed and published games for the Atari 2600.

    © Image by The Eyeball Mural, no rights reserved. M Network intellectual properties belong to Intellivision Productions.

  5. On Christmas I got the first two boxes of Batman: the Animated Series on DVD. You know, the classic 1992 series that basically wiped the floor with other cartoons due to its compatibility with both kids and older audiences. Best Batman series to date imo. I just enjoyed watching it again after many years... until I got to episode 15, first aired September 5th, 1992... almost a year before the Jaguar press conference. After the intro I was surprised about the title card. Cat eyes and red scratches on black background. Hmmh... does it look familiar? It was two-connected episodes, so they both had the same title card. Maybe it was not a good idea of Atari to draw inspiration from that, since that story is not really one of the better ones. Or maybe it is just a coincedence.^^
  6. The Eyeball Mural

    Psygnosis

    From the album: Logos

    The striking "owl" logo for Psygnosis, a defunct but once influential publisher of games for consoles and desktop computers. This and other Psygnosis logos were created by Roger Dean, who also makes album covers for Yes and Asia. Mr. Dean additionally worked on Psygnosis game cover art, notably on the title Shadow of the Beast.

    © Image by The Eyeball Mural, no rights reserved. Psygnosis logo by Roger Dean. Psygnosis intellectual properties belong to Sony Computer Entertainment.

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