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Superman City Under Siege Book and Record Vintage Artwork From 1978

I love collecting vintage illustrated books mainly because of the artwork in them. But I also sell these things in my eBay store after I find them. 

Among my collection of pop-culture things I also have a very large comic book collection. And these are always better when there is a record involved. So here is a read-along book that’s actually in comic book format! 

This is a copy of the vintage Peter Pan Records book called "Superman: City under siege" from 1978. 

It doesn’t give credit to the artist so I have no idea who did it. But this is one of those things where it's a fantastic collection of audio, visual, and pop culture that I love to find. 

If you would like to see more of the books that I've collected from resale shops over the years I also sell them in my eBay store.

And for fun, I even added the audio to play on this page.

Superman City Under Siege Audio Player


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic artwork


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic artwork


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic


picture of vintage illustrated book with comic

Of course, there is the section in the back folded up where the recorded is stored.

picture of vintage illustrated book with comic

Look how happy those 70s kids are sitting in front of their record player reading along!

picture of vintage illustrated book with comic

If you would like to see more of the books that I've collected from resale shops over the years I also sell them in my eBay store.


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