1. struggleswithpixlexia:

Whoa! Was That a Snake!? on Flickr.

This is a pretty awesome Indy in action photo gallery

    struggleswithpixlexia:

    Whoa! Was That a Snake!? on Flickr.

    This is a pretty awesome Indy in action photo gallery

  2. Stephen Silver

    Stephen Silver

    (Source: belongsinamuseum)

  3. marvel1980s:

1984 - Marvel Super Special #30: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom pinup by Jackson Guice

    marvel1980s:

    1984 - Marvel Super Special #30: Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom pinup by Jackson Guice

  4. thehappysorceress:

You Call This Archaeology? by DarthFar

    thehappysorceress:

    You Call This Archaeology? by DarthFar

  5. collectemall:

A rather bizzarro poster for Temple of Doom

    collectemall:

    A rather bizzarro poster for Temple of Doom

  6. thehappysorceress:

You can now get a limited-to-25 print of this Indiana Jones watercolor by Mike Kretz - available here.

    thehappysorceress:

    You can now get a limited-to-25 print of this Indiana Jones watercolor by Mike Kretz - available here.

  7. (Source: inglesfantasma)

  8. ikantenggelem:

    Figma Indiana Jones

  9. johnbyrnedraws:

Howard the Duck & Beverly Switzler commission by John Byrne. 2010.

    johnbyrnedraws:

    Howard the Duck & Beverly Switzler commission by John Byrne. 2010.

  10. johnbyrnedraws:

Further Adventures of Indiana Jones #1, page 26 by John Byrne & Terry Austin. 1983.

    johnbyrnedraws:

    Further Adventures of Indiana Jones #1, page 26 by John Byrne & Terry Austin. 1983.

  11. collectemall:

A Ron Frenz sketch of the intrepid, whip-cracking Dr. Jones done during his stint on Marvel’s Indiana Jones comic series of the 80’s.

    collectemall:

    A Ron Frenz sketch of the intrepid, whip-cracking Dr. Jones done during his stint on Marvel’s Indiana Jones comic series of the 80’s.

  12. dieselpulpadventure:

    The Quest for Ancient Treasure: A Lego Indy Adventure (on my livingroom floor)

  13. (Source: jillsandwich)

  14. jerrygonzales asked: What was the hardest or time consuming project/comic you've ever worked on?

    dustinweaver:

    I worked on the King Kong movie adaptation and it was not great. Working on licensed properties can be fine, but they can also be totally lame is what I learned. The reason they can be so unpleasant is because you’re working for the people who own the property and often times those people don’t know what goes into making comics. In this case me and the folks at Dark Horse were answering to Universal Studios. They would ask for substantial script changes after layouts were approved and art was drawn. They would want characters redrawn. This was before the movie was out and they wouldn’t send me any reference. I literally drove from San Diego (where I lived at the time) to L.A. to sit in one of their offices with binders of reference and a sketch book because they didn’t want me to take pictures of it. It was crazy.

    Contrast that with doing Star Wars, another licensed property, which was a great experience because Lucas Film knew what was up. 

    This reminds me of John Byrne describing his experience on The Further Adventures of Indiana Jones in the ’80s.
    “Next came the liason with LucasFilm, a woman who clearly understood nothing about the way comics were produced, and who had no inclination to learn. It went like this: I wrote the plot, submitted it to LucasFilm for approval. It was approved. Drew the pictures, likewise submitted, likewise approved. Wrote the script, submitted it — she asked for plot changes. Er, no, we said — that was two steps ago. No, she said, want plot changes!! And when the first issue was finally complete, she decided she liked the plot I’d submitted months earlier for the third issue even better, and wanted that to be the first issue.”
    The DH Star Wars comics are indeed proof that things have changed since then.

  15. threethirtypm:

(via Adventure is the Antidote - by Steve Thomasgiclee on … | Indiana Jo…)

    threethirtypm:

    (via Adventure is the Antidote - by Steve Thomasgiclee on … | Indiana Jo…)