The Indiana Jones franchise has produced a large number of comic books.Marvel Comics initially owned the rights before passing them to Dark Horse Comics in 1990.They acclaimed the rest of 2008's comics, (the first issue of Tomb of the Gods and volume one of Indiana Jones Adventures) particularly their art. Today on the show, we talk about news stories from the past year that either interested us, made an impact on us, or just straight up disappointed us.We also acknowledge those in the industry we have lost in 2017.Heatie Jeebies | Bart the Magnificent | Window of Opportunity | The Trial of Maggie Simpson | Easy Writer | Li'l Krusty 1 | Attack of the 50-Foot Maggie Li'l Krusty 2 | No Such Thing As a Free Comic | Bart Hears a What?
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The twelve issues retold the 'Curse of the Jackal' pilot followed by six of the show's first season episodes.
Barry drew the first three and the last four issues of that series, while Gray Morrow drew issues three to six, and Gordon Purcell drew the seventh and eighth issues.
Critical reaction to the comics, particularly their interior art, is mixed In 1981, Marvel Comics published a three-issue adaptation of Raiders of the Lost Ark.
In January 1983, the character was given his own monthly series, named The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones, which ran for 34 issues until March 1986.
Sales of the later series were poor, which resulted in the cancellation of Pete Ford and Hugh Fleming's Indiana Jones and the Lost Horizon.