Sonic Jam Poster

Discussion in 'General Sonic Discussion' started by Mercury, Apr 11, 2013.

  1. Mercury

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    So I found this Sonic Jam Poster on eBay.

    EDIT: It might not have been clear... I don't own this, this is someone else's bay on eBay. I just found it when searching and wanted to know more about it.

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    It's like 100 dollars, which seems pretty steep. So I figured I'd ask the all knowing Retro what makes this so special? It claims to be rare and NFS (which I assume means "not for sale"). Was this used at trade shows or something?

    Anyway, I found it kind of interesting. I also thought it would be nice to bring it to your attention, in case anyone here is a moneybags and wants it.
     
  2. Samurai Echidna

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    Boy, they sure don't make art for Sonic like that anymore. I'd buy that post for a dollar, or a few. I say you're lucky you bought that when you did.
     
  3. Mercury

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    To be clear, I don't own this poster. I just found the bay and wanted to know more about the item.
     
  4. ICEknight

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    No idea what makes it special other than being a shop poster of sorts, but it really is pretty cool. But pricey.


    Man, Sonic Jam so should have been a launch title.
     
  5. MathUser

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    http://info.sonicretro.org/Sonic_Jam#Physical_Scans

    Well, noone here bought it I guess, so I uploaded a pic of it to the wiki.
     
  6. Twimfy

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    I've seen this appear a few times over the past couple of years on eBay UK. I went through a phase of collecting Sonic posters.

    They always went for around the £20-30 mark and I always missed out on them.
     
  7. Dr. Corndog

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    I'll tell you why it costs so much: because it's fan-TAS-tic.

    Seriously, that poster is pretty sweet.