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IJ Adventure Magazine was published in the United Kingdom in 1990. It contained 8 page original Indiana Jones comics.

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Indiana Jones and the Treasure of Monte Cassana
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Published: 1990

Indiana Jones is summoned to a monastery in France where he is told about the treasure of Monte Cassana in Italy. Monte Cassana is occupied by the Germans and is under attack by the allied troops. The treasure which has been pillaged from all over Europe must be recovered at all costs before it is lost forever. Using the great crossbow of Saladin, Indy delivers the treasure and himself across allied battle lines.
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Indiana Jones and the Sword of Excalibur
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Published: 1990

On a long sabbatical from his academic work in the States, Indiana Jones spends the whole night engrossed in research in the British Museum during the London blitz. He is searching for one of the main obsessions of his life: the legendary sword of Arthur, ancient Excalibur. He knows the sword is also the obsession of a a devilish cult descended from Morgana. The bombing reveals an underground river near St. Paul's Cathedral where Indy encounters the sword, and the cult wearing diving equipment.

The French comic book publisher Bagheera made three 48 page Indiana Jones comic books starting in 1993. The first two French Indy comics were part of a Shell collection. All three comic books have been written and drawn by the duo Moliterni & Alessandrini. They are unfortunately not available in english.

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Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Pyramid
(Indiana Jones et le Secret de la Pyramide)
Author: C. Moliterni
Pencils: G. Alessandrini
Published: September 1993
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Cairo, 1923: an antique dealer tempts Indiana Jones with information on a mummy which Professor Mortimer is already seeking. But as he begins to elaborate, he is murdered. Jones leaves for the desert with his journalist friend Marya Smirnova. But soon they realize Von Stark is behind them, driven by the desire to take ownership of any discovery, even to pull the trigger...
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Indiana Jones and the City of Lightning
(Indiana Jones et la Cité de la Foudre)
Author: C. Moliterni
Pencils: G. Alessandrini
Published: April 1994
Shell cover

Calcutta, 1933: Indiana Jones must protect an Indian singer named Kamala from aggressors on a train. Having found his journalist friend Marya Smirnova, he is captivated by the information he has collected about the mysterious City of Lightning. Following the tracks, they discover the legendary city and the motivations of those who perpetuate the mystery and grandeur...
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Indiana Jones and the Cursed Book of Magic
(Indiana Jones et le Grimoire Maudit)
Author: C. Moliterni
Pencils: G. Alessandrini
Published: July 1995

1936: The alchemists of the Middle Ages, whether skilled scientists or simple charlatans, dreamed of discovering a miraculous substance, known as the Philosopher's Stone or the Elixir of Life, which would transmute a base metal like lead into gold and confer immortality to whomever wields it. Indiana Jones, in possession of the Lost Book of the Cabal, is confronted by a group of occult agents who will stop at nothing to learn the secrets of this magic book.

Into the Great Unknown was a 10 page story from Star Wars Tales 19 and collected in Star Wars Tales Volume 5. It is the only known comic to combine Star Wars and Indiana Jones.

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Into the Great Unknown
Author: W. Haden Blackman
Pencils: Sean Murphy
Published: 2003

Han Solo and Chewbacca are aboard the Millennium Falcon when they are attacked by Imperials. They are forced to leap to hyperspace blind and end up in our solar system, where they crash on Earth's Pacific Northwest. Believing they are on Endor due to the large trees, they venture out to investigate, when Han is killed by Native Americans. The mourning Chewbacca leaves the Falcon to live in the trees, where the natives believe him to be Sasquatch. 126 years later, the wreckage of the Falcon and Han’s remains are found by the intrepid American archaeologist Indiana Jones and his sidekick, Short Round. Indy, spooked by how 'eerily familiar' the remains are, decides to leave them in peace.

Dark Horse Comics published the comic adaptation of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Publisher Spotlight released the two issues — two for each cover — as four individual 24 page hardcovers for libraries in August, 2009.

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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull #1
Author: John Jackson Miller
Pencils: Luke Ross
Published 2008

The man who single-handedly defined "adventure" for an entire generation returns--hat and all--in this action-packed adaptation of this summer's silver-screen megahit! Dr. Henry Jones Jr. is at it again, this time on the trail of a discovery unlike any in his illustrious career. Yet more than one player is out to win this game, and with stakes this high, not everyone is going to play fair! Will Indiana Jones's greatest adventure be his last?
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Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull #2
Author: John Jackson Miller
Pencils: Luke Ross
Published 2008

Don't miss the conclusion to the grandest archeological adventure ever in part two of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull! The summer's hottest blockbuster comes to comics in this adaptation of Indiana Jones's most exciting and unexpected quest to date. Since beyond record, no one has seen the marvels Dr. Henry Jones Jr. now witnesses, or braved the dangers he now faces! Yet even greater perils wait on the horizon, where the dark aims of Indy's contemporaries threaten to bring inscrutable consequences down upon them all!

Lego Club Magazine is the Official Magazine for Lego, or, more specifically, the Lego Club. It features many things such as prices of Lego products, special offers, 2 or 3 page comics, games, contests, modeling tips, and more.

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Indiana Jones and the Secret of the Amazon!
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Illustrator: David White
Published: Jan/Feb 2008

While exploring the Amazon rainforest, Indy distracts a jaguar by startling a flock of macaws. He swims through the Amazon river and manages to avoid hungry piranhas. At some lost ruins, he climbs a tree and notes the location of an endangered golden lion tamarin, unaware of a giant snake looming behind him.
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Indiana Jones and the Mystery of the Hidden Temple!
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Illustrator: David White
Published: May/June 2008

Indy and Mutt escape Spalko's tent while pursued by ants. Indy drives the amphibious vehicle onto land where he collides with the jungle cutter. They reach the temple but Spalko has the crystal skull. Indy whips the skull back into his possession as he and Mutt flee into the temple from her party of conquistadors and Ughas, only to face various booby traps.
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Escape from the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull!
Author:
Illustrator: David White
Published: November/December 2008

As the flying saucer flies away, Indy and Marion retreat into the jungle. They commandeer the rebuilt jungle cutter but soon meet Colonel Dovchenko holding the bazooka. He misfires when the ants pursue him again. The jungle cutter, missing a crucial Lego piece, falls apart so Indy and Marion take the amphibious vehicle up the river as Mutt and Oxley swing from vines with the monkeys.

Indiana Jones Adventures is a series of 80 page digest-sized comic books from Dark Horse Comics starting in June 2008 with the first volume. The line is inspired by the style of their Clone Wars Adventures series, but contains one full story per book unlike Clone Wars' anthology format. Temple of Yearning was a 6 page story released on Free Comic Book Day.

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Indiana Jones Adventures: Volume 1
Author: Philip Gelatt
Pencils: Ethen Beavers
Published: June 25, 2008

1930: In the deep winter of Northern Europe, Dr. Henry Jones Jr. is about to undergo one of the most harrowing archeological digs of his career! Amidst a deadly blizzard, he must find an ancient monument and unlock its secrets before someone with much darker intentions gets there first! Yet there are trials awaiting any who would lay claim to the artifacts of mysterious warriors from long ago.
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Indiana Jones Adventures: Volume 2: Curse of the Invincible Ruby
Author: Mark Evanier
Pencils: Ethen Beavers
Published: September 16, 2009

1931: When sixteenth-century stone carvings of animals start to go missing from museums across the globe, authorities think it's a simple case of burglary. But Indiana Jones and Marcus Brody think otherwise. Legend has it that the statues serve as a key to finding a mysterious ruby, which is said to make its bearer invincible. It's up to Indy to find the statues and the ruby before it falls into the wrong hands!
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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Yearning
Author: Mark Evanier
Pencils: Ethen Beavers
Published: May 2, 2009

In Thailand, Indiana Jones and his local guide Bhakdi journey to a lost temple Jones discovered through some old writings. Said to contain the treasures of a King of Chiang Mai, Jones has traveled there a year earlier than planned as he suspects his college intern named Clifford has been spying on his files. His suspicions are proven correct when Clifford, driven by lust for the treasure, trains a gun on the pair when they confront him. Clifford reveals he has a copy of the secret combination from Jones' translations.

Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods is a comic series from Dark Horse Comics that began in July 2008 and concluded in March 2009. It was composed of four issues, and was later collected in the Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods trade paperback in July 2009. Publisher Spotlight released the issues in four individual, 24 page hardcovers for libraries in August 2009.

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Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods #1
Author: Rob Williams
Pencils: Steve Scott
Published: July 10, 2008
Cover: Tony Harris

1936: Dr. Henry Jones Jr. may be the world's preeminent archeologist, but that doesn't mean he's spent his life in the library! Ready and able to do whatever it takes to preserve the final remnants of history's most significant happenings, he'll go head-to-head against Hitler's elite who want nothing more than to exploit objects of ancient power in pursuit of world dominance! Be there for the beginning of this roller coaster thrill ride of non-stop excitement as Indiana Jones dons his hat, packs his whip, and undertakes an endeavor more awesome than anything ever!
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Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods #2
Author: Rob Williams
Pencils: Steve Scott
Published: September 17, 2008
Cover: Tony Harris

Indiana Jones continues to uncover clues that point to a discovery unlike any other while his enemies attempt to silence him forever in part two of Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods! For Dr. Henry Jones Jr., impossible odds and death-defying escapes are all in a day's work, but when rumors of an ancient artifact of unthinkable power prove to be more than simply legend, Hitler's legions of evil redouble their efforts to destroy the do-good Professor Jones before he foils their ambitions for global domination once again!
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Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods #3
Author: Rob Williams
Pencils: Steve Scott
Published: December 24, 2008
Cover: Tony Harris

Breakneck adventure doesn't let you stop for breath in this continuation of Indiana Jones's search for ancient artifacts and treasures! Once again, archaeologist and self-stated preserver of history Dr. Henry Jones Jr. is on the trail of something colossal. With exotic locations, natural disasters, wild animals, ever-pesky Nazis, and a beautiful fortune hunter, Indy's quest for the Tomb of the Gods could be his most amazing and historically disturbing escapade ever! This way for a touch of history and a lot of gripping adventure--Indiana Jones is not your average archaeologist!
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Indiana Jones and the Tomb of the Gods #4
Author: Rob Williams
Pencils: Bart Sears
Published March 25, 2009
Cover: Steve Scott

As the world's premier archaeologist and adventurer, Indiana Jones will go to incredible lengths to uncover the hidden mysteries of the past, but has his quest for knowledge finally gone too far? It's a race against the Nazis with the fate of the world hanging in the balance. Follow Indy as he uses his wits, whip, and fists to keep a devastating discovery out of the hands of the evil Nazi scientist Dr. Friedrich Von Hassell! Hold on tight as this world-spanning romp makes its way to the treacherous tip of the globe-the North Pole! Get ready for the explosive conclusion to Indy's greatest adventure as we finally find the answer to the question: What horror lies in wait in the depths of the Tomb of the Gods?

Indiana Jones and the Lost Treasures was a magazine published biweekly in the United Kingdom by GE Fabbri in 2008. Eight exclusive 4-page comics were completed but only two were published. Each magazine featured jokes, games, puzzles and a collectable "treasure" such as the Ark of the Covenant to be showcased in a two tray storage crate supplied with the second issue.

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Facing Death!
Pencils: John Royle
Published: 2008

In Egypt, 1939, Indiana Jones is approached by a rival of his named Dafoe who needs Jones's help in deciphering a stone that will lead to the tomb of Pharaoh Azudab the Great. Jones agrees on the condition that half of the find will go to the museum. In addition to a map to the tomb, the stone contains a message: "Azudab's Death Mask... can lead you to the afterlife with... all the riches that follow". Jones figures that they'll need the death mask for the answer and the next day the pair are joined by Jones's father, Professor Henry, Sr, and Dafoe's hired digger, Ahmed. While Dafoe relies on Ahmed to do the work, Indiana choses to dig for himself but it is Ahmed that uncovers the entrance.
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Skull Duggery!
Pencils: John Royle
Published: 2008

Bolivia, 1940: Indy approaches his old friend Tuxa from the Guarani about the long lost golden jaguar flute. American botanist Josie Kelland has brought the tribe a crystal healing skull, which cures them when they make an offering of jewels and kiss it. Indy discovers Josie is poisoning the tribe with belladonna. He cures the tribe with toadstools and catches Josie before she can poison the tribe fatally and flee with their treasures. The tribe gives Indy the "ugly" flute, which he plays badly.

 

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