Talk:Central Park Media

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Latest comment: 3 months ago by Nova in topic Regarding the so-called "1st Logo".

Regarding the so-called "1st Logo".

The logo is most likely a hoax, for 2 reasons.

  • It claims to have appeared on the initial release of Project A-Ko. Not only is that extremely vague, but said release only has the first U.S. Manga Corps logo.
  • It claims to have debuted in 1990. CPM's first known release, Project A-Ko, was in 1991.

It's possible that this is a case of the Mandela Effect, considering that the said U.S. Manga Corps logo is almost exactly the same as the possible hoax logo (think the Claster "prototype"). ★ Nova (talk) 15:49, 18 October 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]


The 1990 Central Park Media logo is now confirmed to be fake, I have recently discovered on a VHS opening of the ACTUAL first release from Central Park Media, Dominion Tank Police - Volume 1, that it actually has what was thought to be the 2nd logo, pretty much debunking the existence of the 1990 logo, this also gives us a definite debut date for the former second logo, July 11th, 1991, alongside the U.S. Manga Corps logo.

This marks this logo mystery closed.

★ Nova (talk) 02:52, 3 December 2022 (UTC)Reply[reply]

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