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2009

New Collection of Indiana Jones Fan Art
08/02/09, 6:28am EST

Our Fan Art Museum has been updated with a total of 31 new Indy illustrations in various categories as well as a brand new Wallpapers gallery!

We also have new featured artists galleries showing artwork by Patricio Carbajal, Eric Conklin, Miguel Delicado, Chris Ehnot, Gabe Farber, Krum, and Gavin Lines.
The galleries of Dennis Budd and Peter Mahoney have been updated with new artwork as well.

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Artist: Patricio Carbajal

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Artist: Patricio Carbajal
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Artist: Patricio Carbajal

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Artist: Eric Conklin
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Artist: Miguel Delicado

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Artist: Gabe Farber
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Artist: Gabe Farber
 
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Artist: Gabe Farber
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Artist: Chris Ehnot
 
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Artist: Chris Ehnot
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Artist: Krum
 
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Artist: Gavin Lines
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Artist: Dennis Budd
 
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Artist: Dennis Budd
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Artist: Peter Mahoney
   

New Classical Art:

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Artist: April Penton
 
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Artist: Ben Howard
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Artist: Keaton Broncucia
 
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Artist: Linda Woods
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Artist: Mark Martino

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Artist: Mark Martino
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Artist: Mark Martino

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Artist: Jeremiah Benavente
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Artist: Andrew Goodall

 

New Comic Art:

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Artist: Paul Elder

 
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Artist: Paul Elder

New Digital Art:

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Artist: Paul Elder

 
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Artist: Paul Elder

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Artist: Paul Elder

 
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Artist: Paul Elder

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Artist: 5ic
 
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Artist: Carlos Rubio

Visit our Fan Art Museum for more artwork.

Posted by Gilles V

 

Five New Indiana Jones Fan Films
15/04/09, 12:53pm EST

With the release of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull 2008 was definitely the most exciting year for Indyfans in a long, long time. And apparently also the most inspiring & creative year as a couple of dozen brand new Indiana Jones fan film homages and parodies have been submitted for our Fan Films Theater!

A couple of dozen new fan films sounds a lot, and it is! I don't have an exact number yet - as I am still processing them - but there are definitely more than 36! Posting the new films all at once wouldn't be fair so I've decided to share them with you a handful at a time.

Here follows a list of the first five new fan videos:

Search for the Lost Idol Indiana Jones and the
Search for the Lost Idol

by Fran Casanova - Spain 2008
Indiana Jeff and the Mayan Crystal Indiana Jeff and the Mayan Crystal
by Michael Stevantoni - Canada 2008
Indiana Jones and the Return of the Sith Indiana Jones and the Return of the Sith
by Eric Schneider - USA 2007
Louisiana Smith and the Bastard Son Louisiana Smith and the Bastard Son
by Dan Lantz - USA 2008
Indiana Tim and the Temple of Talocan Indiana Tim and the Temple of Talocan
by Adam Deierling - USA 2008

The next batch of films for our Fan Films Theater will follow in a week or so. And thanks to the Indyfan filmmakers for their patience.

Posted by Gilles V

 

The Adventures of Gabriel Hunt
27/04/09, 12:57pm EST

Let me introduce you to The Adventures of Gabriel Hunt; a brand new line of pulp adventures novels inspired by adventure writers like H. Rider Haggard, Sax Rohmer, and Edgar Rice Burroughs, as well as by films ranging from Buster Crabbe's old black-and-white movie serials to Indiana Jones!

Gabriel Hunt creator Charles Ardai explains that both Indy and title character Hunt are: "two-fisted American explorers, for instance, who travel to all corners of the globe getting into and out of scrapes while pursuing lost secrets and priceless treasures. But Gabriel's adventures are set in the present day, and he's not a college professor by day, and... he doesn't wear a hat."

All the books will be published with Gabriel Hunt himself credited as the author, but behind this pseudonym are some pretty impressive authors including Hollywood screenwriter David J. Schow (writer of The Crow), current Edgar Award nominee Christa Faust, James Bond novelist Raymond Benson, and Edgar & Shamus Award winner Charles Ardai.

Stephen Jared, our own adventure stories expert, recently had the chance to interview Charles Ardai about his The Adventures of Gabriel Hunt project. And what an insightful interview it turned out to be!

The first The Adventures of Gabriel Hunt novel titled Hunt at the Well of Eternity arrives in stores tomorrow (April 28) and will be followed by five other adventures later this year!

For more on the adventures of Gabriel Hunt, visit www.huntforadventure.com.

Posted by Gilles V

 

Five More Indiana Jones Fan Films
29/04/09, 12:35pm EST

Five new Indiana Jones fan homages, and parodies have been added to our Fan Films Theater. Including the second fan film made by Jewel of the Forest director Chris Stuckmann.

Here are the five new fan videos:

STAR Test Crusade Indiana Jones and the
STAR Test Crusade

by Andrew Metzger - USA 2008
Indiana Jones Trailer Indiana Jones Trailer
by KC Grim - USA 2008
Eyes of Eternity Indiana Jones and the Eyes of Eternity
by Chris Stuckmann - USA 2008
Forbidden Money Raiders of the Forbidden Money
by Ivan Robles & Enrique Sanchez - USA 2008
Last General Indiana Jones and the Last General
by Luke Simmons - USA 2008

The next batch of films for our Fan Films Theater will arrive in two weeks from today. And thanks to the Indyfan filmmakers for their patience.

Posted by Gilles V

 

Five New Indiana Jones Fan Film Adventures
12/08/09, 11:54am EST

Five new Indiana Jones fan made adventures have been added to our Fan Films Theater. Including the crafty welcome trailer for the German Indiana Jones Forum its 2009 Adventurer's Summit.

Here follow the five new fan videos:

Adventurer's Summit Adventurer's Summit 2009 Trailer
by Juergen Mathy - Germany 2009
Cave of Destiny Indiana Jones and the Cave of Destiny
by Stephen Wylie - USA 2009
Hunt for the Holy Lance Indiana Jones and the
Hunt for the Holy Lance

by Leon Schwitter - Switzerland 2009
Relic of Gotham Indiana Jones and the Relic of Gotham
by Ryan Schile & Brian Finifter - USA 2008
Secret of the Ghost Legion Indiana Jones and the
Secret of the Ghost Legion

by Baggiarini & Contadini - Italy 2009

A next batch of films for our Fan Films Theater will follow soon.

Posted by Gilles V

 

Interview with Alan Ladd Jr.
24/08/09, 1:49pm EST

Writer, and actor, Stephen Jared has interviewed the respected American film industry executive and producer Alan Ladd Jr.
As the son of film star Alan Ladd, he grew up in Hollywood in the ‘40s and ‘50s, and would go on to pave the way for some of the greatest films of the last 40 years -- Young Frankenstein, Star Wars, Alien, Norma Rae, Blade Runner, Body Heat, Night Shift, The Right Stuff, A Fish Called Wanda and Braveheart among others.

Click here to learn more about Alan Ladd Jr., his father and discover a part of Hollywood history you may not have heard of before.

Posted by Gilles V

 

Indiana Jones Fan Fiction Update
10/09/09, 9:41am EST

I've got five new fan made Indiana Jones short stories & scripts for you but let us begin with a poem by Ida J.:

The legend with the whip and hat,
Scared of snakes but not the bat.

With a gunshot straight ahead,
The enemies will drop dead.

Going after ark, grail and shankara stones,
It’s not easy keeping up with Doctor Jones.

This and four other great poems can be downloaded from our Indy poems page.
Our Fan Fiction Archive has also been updated with two new Indiana Jones short stories written by David Kwasniewski and Richard Hoover. As well as three new scripts by Tony Quirk, Michael Prentice and R.S. Phillips.

Short Stories:

• Indiana Jones and the Terra Cotta Diamond (.doc)
by David Kwasniewski
 
• Indiana Jones and the Curse of Loup-Garous (.pdf)
by Richard Hoover

Scripts:

• Indiana Jones and the Jaws of Death (Zipped .pdf)
by Tony Quirk
 
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Indiana Jones and the Sword of Arthur (.doc)
by Michael Prentice

It's early 1937, Indiana Jones suffered the loss of Abner Ravenwood and wishes to give up his adventurous ways. That is until he is thrown with his former colleges Sophia Hapgood and Dr. Kingston in the search for Excalibur.

 
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Indiana Jones and the Macedonian Empire (.pdf)
by R.S. Phillips

Picking up directly from the end of Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indy & Marion find themselves thrust right into a new adventure when a dying man interrupts that drink she promised to buy. The dying man delivers a cryptic message that means nothing at first to our heroes, but places them directly between power-mad Nazis and a group of Greek assassins in a race to uncover the lost secret to Alexander the Great’s dominion.

Special thanks to these authors for their Fan Fiction!

Posted by Gilles V

 

Watch Indiana Jones Movies on EPIX For Free!
05/11/09, 1:16pm EST

EpixHD.com, the brand new multiplatform entertainment service from Paramount, MGM and Lionsgate, will be airing all four Indiana Jones adventures in HD this weekend!
Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, Last Crusade and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull -- all re-mastered in high definition, plus a ton of behind-the-scenes footage!

If you would love to view "500 minutes of Indiana Jones" on Epix this weekend but don't have a subscription, then I have great news for you!
TheRaider.net gives away exclusive special Epix weekend access passes to the first 500 visitors who click on this EpixHD invitation!

Fill in the fields, wait for your login code via email and you should be set for a weekend full of Indiana Jones... or any of the other 150+ movies (most in HD) Epix is offering from Friday evening through Sunday evening!

Also be sure to check out the behind the scenes stuff: For example -- check out the original trailer, interview with Steven Spielberg, top 10 fun facts, movie stills, wallpapers...
And one of the coolest Epix features is the "watch with friends" feature. You can invite up to four friends to watch the movie with you! Something to definitely check out when you're in there.

Note: this offer is limited to US residents only!

Posted by Gilles V



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