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The 1965 Jonny Quest Annual
© 1999 Lyle P. Blosser
Special thanks to fellow JQ fan Tammy Harman for graciously
allowing me access to copies of this material!
(Many thanks to Tammy Harman)
- CAPERS ON CAPRI When a U.S Military airplane
carrying a supply of X909- a new and secret wonderdrug- blows up on the runway under
suspicious circumstances, Dr Quest is called in to investigate.
- THE PLOT ON POWER ISLAND Jonny is kidnapped
from his home on Palm Key to silence Dr Quest after he completes a top secret report
on Intercontinental Ballistic Missile projection. It's a dangerous report for one
- BANDIT THE BULLDOG On a trip to London, Dr
Quest is duped by a pretend friend- and Bandit proves that Bulldogs can be good
trackers, after all.
- JONNY QUEST- THE MYSTERY OF THE LIZARD MEN
A graphic version of the story we all know and love!
- BLACK GOLD Jonny's curiosity gets the better
of him- and gets him into trouble, as he becomes entangled in a plot to keep Dr
Quest away from the San Luis valley...but why?
- THE TOWN OF LOST MEN On a three week holiday,
heading towards California and stopping off in Nevada, Jonny and company come across
a ghost town with quite a sinister secret...and the men seem to be acting like robots...
- THE RIDDLE OF SHARK BAY Whilst on a pacific
Coral Island south of Tahiti, Jonny thinks he sees sharks inshore...Did he? Or is
it something far more sinister lurking beneath the water? Maybe someone other than
Dr Quest is looking for the priceless deposit of Uranium 625 plus...
A few additional comments:
One of the most amazing (to me) aspects of this publication is the fact that the
entire inside contents of the 1964 Gold Key "Mystery of the Lizard Men" comic book
is contained as one of the articles inside! Having seen copies of the first two
and last two pages, I can confirm that it appears to be an exact copy!|
Another interesting (I dare say even 'disappointing') is the fact that Hadji is
completely missing from this book (and from the 1966 annual as well). It is hard
to understand why this is, as Hadji is very much a key player in the series, being
Jonny's nearly inseparable best friend. There are several other publications (notably
2 of the 3 Durabooks) which also make no mention of Hadji. I somewhat hesitate to
mention the thought that has arisen amongst several fans -- that racism of some
sort is responsible for this shortcoming. It may be simply that Hadji, being a relatively
late addition to the cast (to hear Mr. Wildey tell it), and that the model sheets
available didn't include Jonny's friend. (Although that seems quite unlikely, as
the "Quest File O-37" image used in the books DOES have "Haji" (sic).
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