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Classic Jonny Quest
Jonny Quest VHS Mini-comics

© 2008 by Lyle P. Blosser

Classic Jonny Quest: Limited Collector's Edition [Hanna-Barbera]

A series of four small-format comic books were packaged with the Cartoon Network's Classic Jonny Quest video tapes. Each comic is an adaption of another Classic JQ episode, but sometimes the adaptation is markedly different that the original episode, so they're worth seeing just to experience. Obviously, however, these are not of the same caliber as the COMICO books -- but they're quite good for a "add-on" to a VHS tape package, and very enjoyable. Interestingly, each comic book is labeled as Vol.1, No. 1, March 1996 - why this was done, instead of sequentially numbering them, is a mystery to me.

Trivia: On the videos, mention is made of the fact that there is a comic book packaged along with each video. However, the comic book cover shown on the video is NOT one of those from the comics included, but rather Doug Wildey's cover for COMICO's Jonny Quest #7! See image at left; quite a difference! Jonny Quest No. 7 Cover

Vol. 1, No. 1, March 1996: The Devil's Tower
Kevin C. Bricklin, publisher; Sid Jacobson, editor-in-chief; Michael Gallagher, story adaptation; Keith Pollard, pencils; Jorge pacheco, inks; Dan Nakrosis, lettering; Barry Grossman, colors; Marc Siry, computer colorist

This book was shipped with the classic JQ tape called "Race Bannon in An Army of One."
It's a fairly faithful re-telling of the episode; only a couple of major differences: Dr. Quest recognizes Klaus right away and says so to his face; the escape from the escarpment did not involve being chased by the cavemen, nor did they have to take a "log ride"; the whole scene at the rope bridge is absent - Klaus throws a grenade into his plane's wing while the Quests are still on the narrow ledge.

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Vol. 1, No. 1, March 1996: The Quetong Missile Mystery
Kevin C. Bricklin, publisher; Sid Jacobson, editor-in-chief; Michael Gallagher, story adaptation; Keith Pollard, pencils; Jorge pacheco, inks; Dan Nakrosis, lettering; Barry Grossman, colors; Marc Siry, computer colorist

This book was shipped with the classic JQ tape called "Hadji in Mysteries of the East."
Interestingly, this comic book uses the "alternate" name for this episode on the cover, but on the first inside page it's shown as 'The "Q" Missile Mystery' (as it was on TV). This is a fairly faithful rendition, although the creators shuffled some scenes around and portrayed them as "flashbacks" instead of the straight sequential order we saw on TV. Also, instead of finding the boys gone when they returned to the hotel, Dr. Quest and Race witness the kidnapping over the video comm units. And instead of chasing Lt. Sing (who is not portrayed as a bad guy at all) in his car with their helicopter, they head directly to the swamp and take out Fong's base. Finally, Fong and his men do not awaken and give chase, but are blown up along with the base when Dr. Quest sabatoges the missile launch.

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Vol. 1, No. 1, March 1996: Skull and Double Crossbones
Kevin C. Bricklin, publisher; Sid Jacobson, editor-in-chief; Michael Gallagher, story adaptation; Keith Pollard, pencils; Jorge pacheco, inks; Dan Nakrosis, lettering; Barry Grossman, colors; Marc Siry, computer colorist

This book was shipped with the classic JQ tape called "Bandit in Adventure's Best Friend."
This book also shuffles around several of the scenes from the TV version of the episode, and adds a new scene where Jonny encounters a shark when diving down to retrieve the treasure for the pirates. But, this adaptation shows a bigger difference from the TV episode than any of the other comic books in this series by introducing a major plot change. Instead of Bandit being dumped overboard and swimming to Superintendent Owen's boat to save the day, when Hadji is caught trying to go for help and is thrown back in the cabin where the Quests are being held prisoner, Race bursts through the door and overpowers the pirates! Also: the pirates are held until the police show up, the treasure is recovered, and the pirate's boat is not destroyed by the police gunner.

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Vol. 1, No. 1, March 1996: Turu the Terrible
Kevin C. Bricklin, publisher; Sid Jacobson, editor-in-chief; Michael Gallagher, story adaptation; Howard Bender, pencils/inks; Ken Feduniewicz, lettering; Barry Grossman, colors; Marc Siry, computer colorist

This book was shipped with the classic JQ tape called "Dr. Zin in Master of Evil."
Probably the most faithful of all of these "short adaptations" to the original episode. Most of the changes were apparently made to make the story fit into the allotted size.

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