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    The Man-Thing - Night Of The laughing Dead - Audio Drama

    Ha, this is kind of cool.

    "Power Records' The Man-Thing - Night Of The Laughing Dead. This is an audio adaptation of The Man-Thing Volume 1, #5 in 1974 by Marvel Comics."

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    I have a Batman and a Superman LP from Power that I got when I was a kid, they’re awesome!
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    I keep a copy of Essential Man-Thing vol. 1 in my bog. Essential toilet reading, and could come in handy if I ever run out of paper.
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    I remember a record/comic for Beneath the Planet of the Apes. It played churchbells when the earth is destroyed at the end. I was overcome at how deep this was, being 8 at the time....

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    I had that one as a kid. Along with a Spiderman one,where he fought Man Wolf. And the Cap one with first appearance of the second Baron Zemo.

    always heard the Man Thing one was slightly edited from the original comic.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Newt Cox View Post
    I had that one as a kid. Along with a Spiderman one,where he fought Man Wolf. And the Cap one with first appearance of the second Baron Zemo.

    always heard the Man Thing one was slightly edited from the original comic.
    My older brother still has that Spidey one with Man-Wolf!

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    Few years back found the Power Records Robin Hood and 20 thousand leagues under the Sea comics+45. And found out Neal Adams did the art.

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