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Not big fan of it either. It's a bit too.....busy for my taste. Anyway, that's why I am a fan of steelbooks. They always have better cover art. The original poster or title art on it:
Look to the steelbook images above :-).
I was referring to these that use the main title sequences as artistic inspiration. :)
Love these too! They will always remind of Christmas 95', waking up as an 11 year old to the first batch that were released, DN-LALD. Great times. The VHS didn't have the borders that the DVD's had, they looked like those at the end of this ad.
This was the commercial on the UK VHS'. Awesome.
I think these were my favourites from the VHS-era. The videocassettes with these covers were the first ones I started collecting. And, this particular VHS-collection already had every Bond film in cinemascope/letterbox aspect ratio. I only bought three of those, because I was 10 years old then hehe. But my first ever Bond movie I bought, was TMWTGG from this collection:
I had a few of these mixed in with my VHS' that were taped off the television. They were the ones that my video shop stocked.
The drawing of Connery on the bottom right looks like Bruce Campbell.
Those are already an improvement on the garbage covers MGM is offering. Who in the world at the head office thought those designs were a good idea?!?
Can you fix them all? hehehe
Much better covers!
Yes, um... about that.
So do I finish collecting the copies from that edition (to appeal to my desire for uniformity)? Or go with these new ones with horrible covers simply because they include digital copies (because I am also trying to build my digital Bond collection)?