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Star Trek Book and Record Set (1975) Peter Pan/Power Records comic books
People who grew up in the s and s will likely remember Peter Pan Records and its imprint Power Records , which published original audio stories featuring licensed properties during this time. The record would be an audio story, using multiple voice actors, music, and sound effects. Typically, when the record reached the end of a page in the printed adaptation, a bell would chime to signal that it was time to turn the page. The quality of the comics varied, but was often rather high. Major comics creators, including Neal Adams, worked on the comics.
“In Vino Veritas”
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This company made records for children, telling stories usually based upon either classic children's tales or -- more often from the late s onwards -- licensed full-cast audio dramas for franchises such as various DC Comics and Marvel Comics characters or TV and Movie franchises such as Space: , The Six Million Dollar Man , Kojak and, of course, Star Trek. Only eleven original Star Trek stories were written. However, these were released and re-released over the years in twenty-three different packages, either on 7-inch or inch vinyl albums. The comic book adaptations were not published for all of the stories, and were not released with each release of the stories for which they were published. The artwork in the comics also featured some fairly significant errors in character depiction.