Doug: Front and center, at least for this little fellow, are the Power Records. I had several of these gems back in the early to mid-70s. Some years ago I purchased the Fantastic Four comic/record that reprinted Fantastic Four #126. I also picked up the Spider-Man outfit that reprinted Amazing Spider-Man #s 124-125 featuring the debut of the Man-Wolf! I recall having several Planet of the Apes comics/records, as well as a few of the Marvel superheroes -- for the life of me I don't recall which ones though. Little did I know, back when I had these book/records in the 70s, that the stories were often chopped up to meet the page count as handed down by the production company. And how about the Spider-Man album, Rock Reflections of a Superhero? Did any of you have that?
Doug: Let's round this out with a discussion of radio shows, Bronze Age or older. Personally, I've never listened to any of those, and I'm even today not a big podcast guy. But for those of you who are, tell us why it's "your thing", what you like and don't like, and give us a few reminiscences on the Power Records!