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TheRaider.net Research Literature Indiana Jones Omnibus 2
 

Indiana Jones Omnibus: Volume 2

 
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Publisher: Dark Horse Comics
Publish date: June 25, 2008
352 pages

Excitement and danger follow Dr. Henry Jones Jr. around the globe in this collection of classic, long-out-of-print stories! From Greece to Germany, the South Pacific to the seas of the Vikings, his race against the Nazis to recover artifacts like the Golden Fleece, the Philosopher's Stone, or the Spear of Destiny will run him afoul of legendary monsters, ancient cults, and armies of the undead! Undeniably thrilling, these are the stories that define the meaning of adventure.

 

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Golden Fleece #1
Published: June 1994
Writer: Pat McGreal, Dave Rawson
Pencils: Ken Hooper
Cover: Russell Walks

This 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.
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Golden Fleece #2
Published: July 1994
Writer: Pat McGreal, Dave Rawson
Pencils: Ken Hooper
Cover: Russell Walks

When things begin to get dicey, Jones is rescued by Omphale, 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!
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Shrine of the Sea Devil
Published: October 1992 - January 1993
Writer: Gary Gianni
Pencils: Gary Gianni
Cover: Gary Gianni

At the beginning of 1935, Caspar Zzyzx employed Indiana Jones's services to locate a treasure map. Accompanied by Dr Lopez, they sailed aboard Captain Whitby's ship, the "Julie Anne" to the Marquesas islands in the South Pacific. Indiana and Lopez became the guests of some Polynesian Natives who aided them in their quest. During the adventure, Indiana, with the aid of their guide Manahiki, narrowly escaped what one can only assume to be headhunters, but his companion, Dr Lopez was killed. Manahiki delivered Indy back to the "Julie Anne" where he set about decoding the symbols on the map.
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Iron Phoenix #1
Published: December 1994
Writer: Lee Marrs
Pencils: Leo Duraņona
Cover: Dave Dorman

1946 - Indy goes to Russia at the request of the Soviet government to evaluate ancient artifacts.
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Iron Phoenix #2
Published: January 1995
Writer: Lee Marrs
Pencils: Leo Duraņona
Cover: Dave Dorman

Indy unearths the Key of King Solomon which tells of the design of the Philosophers' Stone containing the secret for turning base metal into gold and bringing inanimate objects to life.
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Iron Phoenix #3
Published: February 1995
Writer: Lee Marrs
Pencils: Leo Duraņona
Cover: Dave Dorman

Indy sets off to the three churches which are said to hold the three pieces of the stone.
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Iron Phoenix #4
Published: March 1995
Writer: Lee Marrs
Pencils: Leo Duraņona
Cover: Dave Dorman

Indy obtains the first piece from a coven of witches in Ireland and heads to Tibet after the second piece.
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Spear of Destiny #1
Published: April 1995
Writer: Elaine Lee
Pencils: Will Simpson
Cover: Hugh Fleming

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.
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Spear of Destiny #2
Published: May 1995
Writer: Elaine Lee
Pencils: Dan Spiegle
Cover: Hugh Fleming

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!
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Spear of Destiny #3
Published: June 1995
Writer: Elaine Lee
Pencils: Dan Spiegle
Cover: Hugh Fleming

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!
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Spear of Destiny #4
Published: July 1995
Writer: Elaine Lee
Pencils: Dan Spiegle
Cover: Russell Walks

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! When one of the agents is defeated by Indiana and the True King of Ireland, Hitler loses his prize. Hang on to your hat for the harrowing conclusion to Indiana Jones and the Spear of Destiny!
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Sargasso Pirates #1
Published: December 1995
Writer: Karl Kesel
Pencils: Karl Kesel, Paul Guinan
Cover: Alex Ross

After leaving Crete, Indy finds himself in the Sargasso Sea, the legendary "ship graveyard" in the Atlantic.
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Sargasso Pirates #2
Published: January 1996
Writer: Karl Kesel
Pencils: Karl Kesel, Paul Guinan
Cover: Alex Ross

Once there, Indy discovers a community of stranded survivors and descendants who have based their lifestyle on the pirates of history.
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Sargasso Pirates #3
Published: February 1996
Writer: Karl Kesel
Pencils: Karl Kesel, Paul Guinan
Cover: Alex Ross

Indy finds relics from nearly every known sea-going culture, but spends most of his time just trying to escape.
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Sargasso Pirates #4
Published: March 1996
Writer: Karl Kesel
Pencils: Karl Kesel, Paul Guinan
Cover: Alex Ross

(While the story doesn't specify when in 1939 it takes place, it is implied that World War II has begun, setting Indiana Jones and the Sargasso Pirates in or after September.)

 

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