Dr. Evil Laboratories
Dr. Evil Laboratories was a small Indiana-based software development company that was responsible for the creation of Imagery!, an Eamon-like text adventure system for the Commodore 64. Its key members were Roy Riggs, who wrote the system's BASIC code and authored an adventure for it, and Kent Sullivan who wrote utilities and the player's manual. Ray Moody wrote machine language routines and Vince Martin provided artwork, including the game's splash screen and the company's logo.
Dr. Evil Laboratories published at least one issue of a newsletter for Imagery! players called The Image. It was edited by Kent Sullivan and Dan Moore, with Vince Martin providing artwork and Rob Tillotson as a columnist.