And yet they did, which just makes me scratch my head. Gemini Man lasted all of eleven episodes in 1976, and even if you argue, well, Power Records was guessing it might be a hit, you have to wonder why they thought a show about a guy who turns invisible would be all that impressive as an audio recording.
As far as I know, there was a never a book and record edition for Gemini Man; it was released as an LP only, with the usual spiffy Neal Adams sleeve. Neal actually manages to make Gemini Man look exciting.
I have only seen this album for sale once--on eBay, when I was doing my semi-regular, sure-to-be-a-failure search for it. I was practically knocked out of my chair when I saw it (I'm easily surprised), and for only five bucks! I BINed it as fast as the internet could carry me. And while I goof on Gemini Man, Power Records did their best with it--the audio stories are hardly their best, but they actually work fairly well, considering the thinness of the source material.Written by David Dann, produced by the George Martin of Power Records, Arthur Korb.