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Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (1991)


     

Writer: William Messner-Loebs
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Penciller: Dan Barry
Inker: Karl Kesel
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Lurene Haines
Pub. Date: March 01, 1991
Format: Full color


1. There isn't a man, woman, or child walking this earth who hasn't heard of Indiana Jones, the greatest adventurer of all time. Dark Horse Comics has assembled a top-notch team of talent to custom-fit this enigmatic character into an all-new, four-issue comic book series that's as chock-full of characterization as it is excitement! It all begins when a mysterious stranger shows up as Barnett College with an ancient key, and Dr. Jones puts down his grade book to go in search of his former archaeological colleague, Sophia Hapgood. Now a trendy psychic, "Madame Sophia" is doing very well for herself by fleecing people out of their hard-earned money. Toss in a tiny minotaur-like statuette, sprinkle in a few overzealous Nazis, and cue the music! This series is brought to life by the excellent writing skills of William Messner-Loebs (Jonny Quest, Epicurus the Sage), with veteran storyteller Dan (Flash Gordon) Barry providing the pencil art, and one of today's top inkers Karl (World's Finest) Kesel providing finishes.


Writer: William Messner-Loebs, Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Penciller: Dan Barry
Inker: Karl Kesel
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Lurene Haines
Pub. Date: May 01, 1991
Format: Full color


2. Indiana Jones and his companion, Sophia Hapgood, crisscross the globe in search of mysterious Atlantean artifacts first uncovered in a dig ten years ago. It seems the Nazis are also after these same artifacts, convinced they will unlock the secret to the legendary continent. From Reykjavik to Copenhagen to Rotterdam, Paris, Geneva, Lisbon, and the Azores, then finally onto the Yucatan, Indy and Sophie manage to stay one step ahead of their pursuers. Despite several narrow scrapes, they all arrive in Russia for a mad scramble to possess the lost dialogue of Plato, which is rumored to contain the secret to Atlantis.


     

Writer: William Messner-Loebs, Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Penciller: Dan Barry
Inker: Karl Kesel
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Lurene Haines
Pub. Date: July 01, 1991
Format: Full color

3. With Plato's lost Dialogue safely in their grasp, Indy and Sophia are off to Morocco where they are pursued by a bunch of screaming Nazis and an oily new character named Omar Al-Jabbar, whose favorite mode of transport is a hydrogen balloon. Indy and Sophia manage to "liberate" the hydrogen balloon from the fat and sleazy Al-Jabbar in order to escape --problem is, neither of them knows how to pilot the damn thing! Eventually, of course, they get to Crete, go exploring the ruins of a labyrinth and wind up in the map room of the legendary Atlantis! How much do you want to bet those pesky Nazis aren't too far behind?


Writer: William Messner-Loebs, Dan Barry
Artist: Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Dan Barry
Pub. Date: September 01, 1991
Format: Full color


4. Just as Indy and Sophie get to fabled Atlantis, they find themselves in the clutches of those dastardly Nazis! With Indy in yet another tight fix, he turns to Sophie for some advice but unfortunately she has gone completely `round the bend, as a strange Atlantean spirit has taken control of her soul. Meanwhile, the Nazis are getting closer to reaching their goal and achieving god-like powers! It doesn't get any better than this, kids!


Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient (1993-1994)


     

Writer: Dan Barry
Artist: Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Gail Beckett
Pub. Date: September 01, 1993
Format: Full color


1. Dateline: 1938. Indiana Jones is on a dig at the ruins of Bas Shamra, north of Tripoli. After he receives cryptic instructions from his old friend, Marcus Brody, Indy is soon on a plane to Nepal, destined to meet a mysterious woman from his past. Indy discovers a treasure that could either unite 500 million people... or destroy the world! Written and illustrated by Dan Barry, this series introduces a new sidekick for Indy, and is one of the most relentlessly paced Indy adventures ever devised. Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient precedes the events of immensely popular Indiana Jones: The Fate of Atlantis, and features a knockout cover by fan-favorite Dave Dorman!


Writer: Dan Barry
Artist: Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Gail Beckett
Pub. Date: October 01, 1993
Format: Full color


2. Indy, Sophie, Khamal, and Dr. Kali are in Afghanistan, hot on the trail of the sacred scrolls of Buddha, when they are attacked by a band of mounted thieves. In the melee that ensues, Sophie is kidnapped by the bandits, and winds up in the clutches of their leader, Muzzad Ram. Indy inadvertently enters a deadly game of Buz Kashi, in which it is less difficult to win than to survive


     

Writer: Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Penciller: Dan Barry
Inker: Dan Barry, Andy Mushynsky
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Gail Beckett
Pub. Date: November 01, 1993
Format: Full color


3. After a narrow escape from Afghan horsemen, Indy, Sophie, Khamal, and Dr. Kali make their way to Bamian, an ancient crossroad of Indian, Greek, and Chinese cultures. They believe that the monolithic Great Buddha at Bamian, carved from a mountain and higher than Niagara Falls, will provide vital information to the location of the Buddha Covenant. When they encounter a sword-wielding enforcer from the Japanese Army, it becomes brutally evident that Indy's team is not alone on the trail, in the third exciting chapter of Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient, "The Colussus of Bamian"!


Writer: Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Penciller: Dan Barry
Inker: Dan Barry, Andy Mushynsky
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Gail Beckett
Pub. Date: December 01, 1993
Format: Full color


4. Indy and his team enter the lost city of Hindu Kush, where Buddah's ancient teachings have long been strangely mixed with pagan beliefs. Surrounded by spear-wielding Skeleton Dancers, Khamal demonstrates his knack for throwing knives once too often in the fourth exciting chapter of Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient, "The Devil's Paradise"!


     

Writer: Dan Barry
Artist: Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Gail Beckett
Pub. Date: March 01, 1994
Format: Full color


5. The Serpent Lady is as beautiful as she is deadly, and Indy could almost forget his hatred for snakes. Indy, Sophie, and Khamal believe that they are closing in on the Covenant of Buddha, but there's only one thing standing in their way: the Japanese Army! Don't miss the penultimate issue of Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient, "The Vagabond Army"!


     

Indiana Jones and the Arms Of Gold (1994)


     

Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Letterer: Steve Haynie
Colorist: Matthew Hollingsworth
Pub. Date: February 01, 1994
Format: Full color


1. Our intrepid archaeologist finds himself South America-bound in this exciting new tale of the adventures of Indiana Jones. A priceless ancient treasure, part of the Chimu Taya Arms of Gold, is delivered to Professor Francisca Uribe Del Arco, a charming if mysterious colleague of Indy's, leading the two to embark on a voyage by sea to Buenos Aires. Romance may be in the air, but so is trouble, as Indy and Francisca soon discover!


Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Letterer: Steve Haynie
Colorist: Matthew Hollingsworth
Pub. Date: March 01, 1994
Format: Full color


2. Indiana Jones lands in Buenos Aires with the lovely Francisca, hot on the trail of Francisca's brother, who holds the key to the ancient Chimu Taya Arms of Gold. Problem is, Francisca's brother has disappeared. With no lead in sight, Indy goes dancing -- only to find that a knife-throwing entertainer has the intrepid adventurer dead in his sights.


     

Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Letterer: Steve Haynie
Colorist: Matthew Hollingsworth
Pub. Date: April 01, 1994
Format: Full color


3. After a plane crash in which Indiana Jones and the beautiful Francisca are the only survivors, the two adventurers are captured by a menacing group of Incan natives -- who lead the pair straight to Francisca's brother, who holds the key to the priceless Chimu Taya Arms of Gold. Unfortunately, he also holds a big grudge against Indy, and our intrepid archaeologist now finds himself being offered to ancient Incan gods as an all-too-human sacrifice!


Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Letterer: Steve Haynie
Colorist: Matthew Hollingsworth
Pub. Date: May 01, 1994
Format: Full color


4. With the help of a mysterious Incan stranger, Indiana Jones sets out to rescue Francisca and recover the Chimu Taya Arms of Gold, both in the hands of Francisca's crazed brother Felipe. Unfortunately, Felipe and his followers wind up being the least of Indy's problems when an earthquake threatens certain death for everyone!


Indiana Jones and the Golden Fliece (1994)


     

Writer: Pat McGreal, Dave Rawson
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Penciller: Ken Hooper
Inker: Stan Woch
Letterer: Clem Robins
Colorist: John A. Wilcox
Pub. Date: June 01, 1994
Format: Full color


1. This all-new adventure has Indy in the middle of an archeological dig during the World War II German invasion of Greece where he stumbles across an ancient order of mystics who are seeking the fabled Fleece once used by Jason to bring power and prosperity to an empire. When things begin to get dicey, Jones is rescued by Omphale, the strong-willed daughter of a Greek cargo pilot, and by the time Indy figures out what's going on, he's got the Turkish secret police, the ancient sect, and the entire German army out to get him and his findings! This action adventure gives our hero one of the most harrowing experiences of his life as he is forced to attempt his escape on... a bicycle!? The plane ride to Istanbul has got to be easier than this!


Writer: Pat McGreal, Dave Rawson
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Penciller: Ken Hooper
Inker: Eric Shanower
Letterer: Clem Robins
Colorist: John A. Wilcox
Pub. Date: July 01, 1994
Format: Full color


2. This second issue of an all-new Indiana Jones adventure finds Jones and his newfound companion, Omphale, plunging toward their deaths in a stolen German war plane while being pusued by the Cult of Hecate, an ancient order of mystics seeking the fabled Golden Fleece! If Indy survives the plane crash, he still has to beat them to the fleece, stay one step ahead of the cult, and keep out of sight of the police and the Germans! It's all in a day's work when you're Indiana Jones!


Indiana Jones and the Shrine of The Sea Devil (1994)


     

Writer: Gary Gianni
Artist: Gary Gianni
Cover Artist: Gary Gianni
Letterer: Bill Spicer
Colorist: Alex Wald
Pub. Date: September 01, 1994
Format: Full color


1. The legend of the Sea Devil has been passed down for centuries, but Indy's tired of legend and longing for the facts! He sets out to the South Pacific on a harrowing search for the shrine of the Sea Devil in an adventure that's sure to become legend itself. Reprinting the hard-to-find serial from Dark Horse Comics #s 3-6 featuring the visuals of acclaimed Shadow artist Gary Gianni, this collector's edition will be a must-have item for any Indiana Jones completist.


Indiana Jones and the Iron Phoenix (1994-1995)


     

Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Colorist: Perry McNamee
Pub. Date: December 01, 1994
Format: Full color


1. 1947 post-war Germany. Indy is braving the political turmoil and treacherous rubble of Berlin to find the Key of Solomon, a scroll detailing the whereabouts of the legendary Philosopher's Stone, fabled to have the power to turn lead to gold and bring the dead to life. Indy sets off for the stone, dodging Soviet bureaucrats and Nazis -- all of them hunting the same prize! Will the Third Reich rise again?


Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Colorist: Perry McNamee
Pub. Date: January 01, 1995
Format: Full color


2. The fragments of the mystical philosophers' stone lie scattered about the world, each twisted to evil use. Indiana Jones traces one piece to a quiet Irish town where an ancient Druid cult holds the people hostage and besieges them with terrors beyond belief. Can Jones break the spell of evil and recover the fragment before the Nazis use it to unleash the ultimate horror?


     

Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Colorist: Frank Lopez
Pub. Date: February 01, 1995
Format: Full color


3. Indy has the third piece of the famed Philosophers' Stone in his grip -- but only for a moment and then it vanishes, first by the hand of the Russian military and then through agents of the mysterious Nazi Jäger. Indy has been warned that the stone, once re-formed, can tip the balance of life and death and be used for hideous and evil purposes. Now he's in a race with the Russian Comrade Major Nadia Kirov to win back the third piece, on a one-way train, straight into the mouth of the enemy!


Writer: Lee Marrs
Artist: Leo Duranona
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Colorist: Perry McNamee
Pub. Date: March 01, 1995
Format: Full color


4. In the heart of enemy territory, Indy stumbles on an evil genius who's about to release his undead army on an unsuspecting world. The mythical philosophers' stone is the key to wresting the madman's power, if only Jones can keep a grip on it!


Indiana Jones and the Spear of Destiny (1995)


     

Writer: Elaine Lee
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Penciller: Will Simpson
Inker: Dan Spiegle
Letterer: Clem Robins
Colorist: Elaine Lee
Pub. Date: April 01, 1995
Format: Full color

1. In the heart of 1945 Ireland, Indiana Jones and his father, Doctor Henry Jones, discover a terrible secret that could destroy all of civilization. The Spear of Destiny -- which pierced the side of Christ Himself -- has been captured by Nazi spies and will be subjugated to their evil desires if they find the tree rooted from the original thorn. In the hands of one man, the spear killed Christ. In the hands of the Nazis, it would destroy the world. Only the Joneses stand between them and total world domination.


Writer: Elaine Lee
Artist: Dan Spiegle
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Letterer: Carrie Spiegle
Colorist: Elaine Lee
Pub. Date: May 01, 1995
Format: Full color


2. The tip of the fabled Spear of Destiny has been captured by Nazis! But the tip of the spear is just the tip of the iceberg, and Indiana Jones and his father, Doctor Henry Jones, must retrieve it before the Nazis reconstruct the entire shaft. Can a couple of regular Joneses succeed where the greatest armies of the world almost failed? All they need is the faith of a young man whose father wants them dead!


     

Writer: Elaine Lee
Artist: Dan Spiegle
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Letterer: Carrie Spiegle
Colorist: Elaine Lee
Pub. Date: June 01, 1995
Format: Full color


3. The Nazis have the tip of the fabled Spear of Destiny, but without the staff it's just another old relic! So Indy and his father run off to Wales in search of the missing piece of the puzzle! The fate of the free world hangs in the balance as the Joneses run to stay one step ahead of the Third Reich!


Writer: Elaine Lee
Artist: Dan Spiegle
Cover Artist: Hugh Fleming
Letterer: Carrie Spiegle
Colorist: Elaine Lee
Pub. Date: July 01, 1995
Format: Full color


4. Indy thought he could save the world by stopping the Nazis from assembling the fabled Spear of Destiny. But now they've found all the missing pieces and it's all he can do to save himself! Hang on to your hat for the harrowing conclusion to Indiana Jones and the Spear of Destiny!


Indiana Jones and the Sargasso Pirates (1995-1996)


     

Writer: Karl Kesel
Cover Artist: Alex Ross
Penciller: Karl Kesel, Paul Guinan
Inker: Eduardo Barreto
Letterer: Pat Brosseau
Colorist: Bernie Mireault
Pub. Date: December 01, 1995
Format: Full color


1. Indiana Jones sails the high seas in search of a lost Viking ship! Having signed on with a band of pirates, Indy has placed his life in the hands of his old nemesis, Captain Lawton, who blames Indy for the loss of his leg to a shark years earlier. But sharks are the least of anyone's worries when the vessel becomes entangled in the mythical graveyard of ships -- the Sargasso Sea!


Writer: Karl Kesel
Cover Artist: Alex Ross
Penciller: Karl Kesel
Inker: Eduardo Barreto
Letterer: Pat Brosseau
Colorist: Bernie Mireault
Pub. Date: January 01, 1996
Format: Full color


2. Dead men may tell no tales, but they also don't like anyone to mess with their gold! Indy's adrift with a band of brigands on the treacherous Sargasso Sea, the graveyard of lost ships. The still waters are an archaeologist's dream, but the treasures of the Sargasso have already been claimed by legendary protectors, restless spirits who just might turn out to be more than legends after all!


     

Writer: Karl Kesel
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Penciller: Karl Kesel
Inker: Eduardo Barreto
Letterer: Pat Brosseau
Colorist: Bernie Mireault
Pub. Date: February 01, 1996
Format: Full color


3. The Sea Witch has been killed and all fingers point to Indy! What he desperately needs now is an ally and a place to hide. He may have found the former in the person of Cairo, a femme fatale who holds the key to clearing his name. But the latter might not be possible in the legendary graveyard of ships, where treachery is omnipresent and escape is hopeless!


Writer: Karl Kesel
Artist: Eduardo Barreto
Cover Artist: Russell Walks
Letterer: Pat Brosseau
Colorist: Bernie Mireault
Pub. Date: March 01, 1996
Format: Full color


4. The Sargasso Sea lies far behind, and Lawton and his seafaring brigands have filled their ship's hold to bursting with ill-gotten loot. There's nobody to stop them from taking their booty back to dry land to spend it. Nobody, except for Indiana Jones, the beautiful femme fatale known as Cairo, and the dreaded Sea Witch, the rightful owner of the pilfered treasure -- assuming the three of them can take on an entire ship of bloodthirsty pirates!


Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis TPB


           

Writer: William Messner-Loebs, Dan Barry
Cover Artist: Dave Dorman
Penciller: Dan Barry
Inker: Karl Kesel, Dan Barry
Letterer: Gail Beckett
Colorist: Lurene Haines, Dan Barry

Pub. Date: June 01, 1992

Story by William Messner-Loebs and Dan Barry (Predator: The Bloody Sands of Time), inks by Dan Barry and Karl Kesel (World's Finest). Sensational cover painting by Dave Dorman.


Indiana Jones: Limited Edition Lithograph


           

By: Dave Dorman
Genre: Action/Adventure
Pub. Date: August 01, 1991
Format: 19 1/2" x 27"


Don't miss this rare opportunity to own this limited edition lithograph of the cover painting of Indiana Jones #1 by fan-favorite artist Dave Dorman. This exclusive lithograph is limited to a mere 1500 copies, each signed and numbered by Dave Dorman. Each print is 191/2" x 27" in dimension and suitable for framing. Each print will also be individually shrink-wrapped on an acid-free board, placed into a cardboard container, and shipped flat.


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