1977, AMERICAN PUBLISHING CORP.
200-piece jigsaw puzzles that formed an 11 x 17-inch album DESTROYER cover. These puzzles were sold through mid-sized department stores and marked for ages 7 and up. The board game/jigsaw arena would start to become very popular for KISS, leading to Milton-Bradley and Colorforms joining the party in 1978/79. American Publishing Co. was more famous for making sports-themed jigsaws such as NFL and NHL Superstars than painted rock stars. The boxes were available in both English-only and English/French versions for the Canadian market.
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