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


Covers #1 - #4


     

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


Previews #1 - #4


     

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"!


Covers #5 - #6 / Previews #5 - #6


     

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"!


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


6. Indy and Sophie enter an ancient temple in their last-ditch effort to locate the Covenant of Buddha before the Japanese army does. Danger awaits at every turn in the thrilling finale of Indiana Jones: Thunder in the Orient!

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