Corsicana, TX, USA
Tuesday, Jun. 25, 2002 - 22:24
|| According to the list on your site, I own
records: 1-3, 5, 7, 8-11, 14, and 15.
Most of them were obtained at the 20th anniversary convention at the Disneyland
Hotel in Anneheim, CA summer of '86
Mason, MI, USA
Sunday, Dec. 1, 2002 - 3:59
|| It's great to read some of the behind the scenes stuff about these records. I have all of the stories and they bring back a lot of childhood memories! You did a great job compiling the information.
Rock Hill, SC, USA
Tuesday, Mar. 11, 2003 - 5:47
|| I would like to know if there are tapes of these recordings?
So I could listen to them.Also I wonder do you know of recordings for old Batman/Spider-man comics?
Neil S. Bulk
Marlton, NJ, USA
Wednesday, Apr. 2, 2003 - 17:50
|| Excellent site! This has been a real resource for me, as I realize
now that I have all of the stories, and I'm now slowly putting them all onto CD.
Your site was the inspiration for this little project. Thank you.
N. Hollywood, CA, USA
Thursday, May. 1, 2003 - 12:55
Excellent site. I'm researching Peter Pan for a site to focus on the art of George Peed
(who did the distinctive Peter Pan covers in the 60s), and your site has the only comprehensive
Peter Pan history online. Really great work. Thanks!!!
Alexandria, VA, USA
Wednesday, Jul. 23, 2003 - 8:45
|| Fantastic site. I have just about all the albums mentioned here as well as the other superhero/sci-fi/monster stories produced by Power/Peter Pan.
I would like to add a bit of interesting info: while stock music was used for the albums, there were a couple of pieces that were taken from the original "Planet of the Apes" movie. For example, in the Star Trek story "A Mirror for Futility", while Kirk is explaining about the two alien vessels entering the Federation space population, you can hear the horns' five ominous notes playing (in the "POTA" movie, Taylor's fellow astronaut Landon is taken into a cart with other humans after Taylor's discovery of his friend's fate at the hands of the apes).
Thanks again for creating a "fascinating", informative site and keep up the good work!
Hamilton, Ontario, Canada
Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2003 - 18:14
Brian Van Aernem
Myrtle Beach, SC, USA
Tuesday, Aug. 26, 2003 - 19:09
|| This site has been very helpful. Im looking for a record
by Steve Sahlein. It is a story book call Songs and Stories about Fire Engines.
If anyone can help me out please send me a letter!! Thank you for your time.
Hollywood, FL, USA
Thursday, Sep. 25, 2003 - 18:45
|| Great content on this site! You are to be congratulated!
I have fond memories of the Trek records, I can recall getting the "To Starve a Fleaver"
(Record 7) and Record 10 and loving these stories that were not a part of regular Trek
continuity. I remember "playing sick" from school and lying down in our "Florida Room" (Den)
and immersing myself in "To Starve a Fleaver", "A Mirror For Futility", "Logistics of Stampede"
and "The Time Stealer." The music in the stories was excellent as well. Keep up the fantastic work!
Sunday, Jun. 13, 2004 - 13:00
|| I just bought Book and 33 1/3 Record Set #8, "A Mirror For Futility" and "The Time Stealer" at a flea market. It is still factory stealed, from 1976 with a drawing front cover. Thanks to your site, I know a little more about this book and record set, THANKS!
Taylor, Michigan, USA
Saturday, Aug. 28, 2004 - 4:58
|| Hello, great site, lot of great info......
I was wondering, does anybody want to do some trading, I have a few in mp3 format & a comics in pdf format....
Fillmore, California, USA
Thursday, Dec. 9, 2004 - 4:10
|| Hi Curt,
This is a wonderful site and has brought back fond memories of my early years as a Star Trek fan. Thank you!
Iowa City, Iowa, USA
Saturday, Jan. 1, 2005 - 16:14
|| There's a great new astrobiology blog, run by newspaper editor Rob Bignell, at http://alienlifeblog.blogspot.com/. It includes roundups of the latest news from the various scientific fields that form astrobiology, but more interestingly includes a daily analysis of how a different “Star Trek” alien might have evolved. So far, he’s looked at the salt vampire, Klingons, Talosians, Species 8472, Thasians, Balok, the Old Ones and the Alfa 117 canine.
Hayward, CA, USA
Tuesday, Jan. 4, 2005 - 19:48
|| I'm a big Star Trek fan, but I had no idea there were records of episodes. Great, something else to buy! ;) Thanks for such a great resource! Mona
wesley chaple, fl, USA
Thursday, Feb. 3, 2005 - 19:21
|| I was woundering if you might be able to tell me how much the star trek record is. the one i have is with the man who trained meteors .the robot masters.dinosaur planet. the human factor. the record i have has never bin opened, it's in great shape. if you know could please let me know around what there going for thank you very much Mike...
Reading, PA, USA
Thursday, Feb. 24, 2005 - 21:42
|| Thanks SO VERY much for your web pages on the Star Trek Animated Series (I am hoping for a DVD box set) and on the Peter Pan/Power Records! Most of the records I have now I got Peter Pan to send me in 1989! Only one survived from childhood. (I was born in 1968)- Others were bought at a department store in the "Children's Section" in the late '80s. Since then I found other "Superheroes" records in a Dollar Store!
Keep up the good work!
Kennesaw, GA, USA
Thursday, Mar. 10, 2005 - 20:10
|| I grew up listening to many of the Peter Pan/Power records. The Star Treks were my favorite (along with Space: 1999, Superman, Captain America , The Six Million Dollar Man and many Christmas albums!). Peter Pan also did a great version of Conan the Barbarian, it was actually an adaptation of the 1982 film with Arnold. I put them on CD so I can continue to listen (a turntable is out of the question now because they are considered musical instruments and are too expensive!). I wold love to try and locate some of the voice talent they used, the kept re-appearing on other records...they were awesome.
Fort Worth, TX, USA
Wednesday, Mar. 16, 2005 - 0:22
|| Greetings Dan,
I absolutely love this site. Ever since I was a child, I've been a fan of Peter Pan/Power Records (also Kid Stuff and Wonderland), and the STAR TREK releases will always be my favorites. Such a great accomplishment on your part, giving these classic audio adventures the attention they deserve.
Thank you & Best wishes,
Author-Writer-Poet-Photographer Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
Maury City, TN, USA
Tuesday, May. 10, 2005 - 0:10
|| I recently found my 45 record called, "To Starve A Fleaver". I acquired it over 20 years ago in, Chicago, IL. I have always loved the original 'Star Trek' TV series, and finding the record after some 18 years of thinking I had lost it, brought back those fond days of my youth.
, Some City, USA, USA
Monday, May. 23, 2005 - 14:26
|| To "Starve a Fleaver" was a piece that did so much for my young mind that was already drowning in all things Trek. Twenty years ago it was my sound track and not Aerosnith or some other spandex band. There are so many things I could say but I'll just leave it at this --TREK RULES! Great site! Kudos!
Oakland, CA, USA
Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2005 - 12:34
|| Hi Curt!
I'm glad there's actaully someone else besides me who love Peter Pan/Power records! I have in my collection all of the Star Trek stories (except The Man who Trained Meteors), all of the Six Million Dollar Man stories, (even the Christmas one!), The Funky Phantom, The Bus Bunny Album, the U.S. Of Archie album, all of the Planet Of The Apes stories, a Scooby Doo 45 and the GIJoe Collection. I really love the music, sounds effects, the way the voices were matched to the original characters, and the comic illustrations. I'm an after school teacher and my kids like these records too. (Yes the y know what records are!)With VCR's, DVD's, video games and cable TV, story records are a lost art. I enjoyed them as a child and can appreciate them more as an adult. Thanks for this website!
Live Long and Prosper!
Sharry A. :o)
Columbus , Ohio, USA
Tuesday, Jan. 3, 2006 - 20:31
Homepage: none yet
|| This is a terrific site! I was just telling a friend that I thought the Romulan Warbird (first seen on ST:NG) looked a lot like an innovative starship design from one of the old Star Trek comic-book/record sets, one I treasured reading and listening to as a kid, and he sent me a link to this site!
"Mirror of Futility" is the name of the story I remembered about those two robotic starships locked in combat long after their opposing creators had exterminated each other.
Thanks for providing this nostalgia in such a professional format. The combination of text, image, and sound which these Trek records offered was a delightful introduction to reading; it's unfortunate the concept is a relic of the past.
Since you encouragingly convey how readily affordable many of these classic records are, I'll go pick up my old favorite on e-bay!
Minneapolis, MN, USA
Saturday, Jan. 21, 2006 - 9:35
|| Great website Curt, excellent design. Simple and easy to find the info I was looking for. I found a shrink wrapped #8 Issue in the attic in my new house and was wondering how much it was worth? $100? Maybe more? Nope. 20 bones. I like the art work on the cover though - it's retro cool, so I think I'll frame it instead of selling it.
Warren, MI, USA
Tuesday, Jan. 31, 2006 - 15:52
|| AWESOME PAGE! I am in the process of putting these on CD and it is great info of these stories. By The Way, on the notes for the story "To Starve A Fleaver", in reference to what a "Fleaver" is. The title is a play on the old antiquated medical expression "feed a cold, and starve a FEAVER " so the story involves starving the meegees or "Fleavers" happy thoughts. again great site!
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