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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 Marvel also published The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones from to , which were the first original adventures featuring the character in comic book literature. From to , following the Fate of Atlantis adaptation, Dark Horse published seven limited series. With the franchise's revival in due to the release of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull , Dark Horse will publish further series, including one aimed at children. Critical reaction to the comics, particularly their interior art, is mixed [ citation needed ]. In January , the character was given his own monthly series, named The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones , which ran for 34 issues until March
And, I was pleased to discover, the writer of the story was Haden Blackman, whom I had interviewed for my feature on The Force Unleashed, the cutting-edge Star Wars video game that LucasArts will release this fall. Blackman is the leader of the team that developed The Force Unleashed, but he has also written a number of Star Wars comics, including the adaptation of The Force Unleashed, which will be released as a graphic novel in conjunction with the game. The tale begins with Han Solo and his furry Wookie sidekick, Chewbacca, battling Imperial forces in their ship, the Millennium Falcon, and, after taking a blind leap into hyperspace, crash-landing in a dense forest right here on planet Earth. When they leave the ship to investigate their surroundings, it becomes clear that they have not landed in modern times. The duo are attacked by Native Americans, and though Chewbacca opens a can of Wookiee whoop-ass, Solo is killed by a barrage of arrows.
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