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JONNY QUEST

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Full Name: Jonny Quest
Nationality: American
Organization: None
Occupation Other - Adventurer

Creator: Doug Wildey
Time Span: 1964 - 2017

ABOUT THE SERIES

       Jonny Quest is an adventurer.
       Since he is around 11 years old, he does not really have an occupation but since he is constantly getting involved in adventures of all sorts, the description above is, to me, the most accurate.
       To look at him you would not likely see anything different than other boys his age. He is average looking, attractive without being overly so. He has blond hair and a quick smile and has a general look of someone you could trust. He is quite athletic, the result of physical education provided by his family's bodyguard, Race Bannon. And while he is no genius (at least not that we know of) he is pretty sharp and catches onto things quickly.
       Quest comes into his adventures through his father, Dr. Benton Quest, a man who is a certified genius who enjoys tremendous knowledge of and interest in a whole range of subjects. Medicine, engineering, biology, botany, marine exploration, so on and so on. You name it, he knows a lot about it. Being such a Renaissance man, Dr. Quest is constantly being called upon by friends, colleagues and very often the U.S. government to help out here and there. When not so busy, he finds plenty of things to take him all over the world.
       Traveling with him to all those places is his son, Jonny. Jonny's mother died several years before and Dr. Quest cannot see himself leaving his son behind or in a boarding school so where the father goes, so does the son. And since the father is always finding danger and trouble in the things he gets involved in, so does his son.
       Helping both father and son survive is Roger "Race" Bannon, a highly experience intelligence operative who, after Jonny's mother's death, was assigned to be the guardian for the lad. Bannon is an expert at all manner of vehicles from race car driving to speed boats to any type of aircraft. He is an expert in several forms of martial arts and is an expert with firearms. While his intellect is not on the same level as Dr. Quest, he can hold his own in any discussion so is able to explain things to Jonny when it is necessary.
       Joining this trio almost from the beginning is Hadji Singh, a young Indian boy about a year older than Jonny. Hadji was an orphan living on the streets of Calcutta when he saved the life of Dr. Quest from the knife attack of a would-be assassin. In thanks for the rescue and to give the boy a chance for a good life, not to mention provide companionship to his son, the elder Quest took Hadji on his ward. Jonny and Hadji became immediate friends and are now closer than brothers.
       The four make up what herein I call the Quest team. Wherever they go, if trouble does not find them, one of them will find trouble.

YOUNG ADULT BOOKS

Number of Books:11
First Appearance:1996
Last Appearance:1996

       The 11 young adult books (or novellas) were posted as being by Brad Quentin but that was a house pseudonym. The actual authors were Terry Bisson and David Bischoff, as indicated with each book.
       The stories were all-new adventures but tie-ins to The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest cartoon show.


1 Jonny Quest Annual 1966 Jonny Quest Annual 1966
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1965

According to ClassicJQ.com, this contains the following articles/stories:
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 Zaptan Zoltan...
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...

2 Jonny Quest Annual 1967 Jonny Quest Annual 1967
Written by Unknown
Copyright: 1966

According to ClassicJQ.com, this contains the following articles/stories:
THE SECRET OF PIRATE'S COVE: When Jonny, Dr. Quest, Race and Bandit take a vacation in Cornwall, England, they run afoul of enemy spies with a mind-controlling drug who plan to take over the world!
SURF RIDING: A one-pager about surfing.
BANDIT BOUNDS IN: When Jonny and Race are kidnapped, and Dr. Quest is threatened by a ruthless villain, it's up to Bandit to turn the tables on the bad guys.
THE ANCIENT AND MODERN ART OF SPYING: The story of two spies, one ancient and one modern.
THE GIANT 'EYE' ON SPACE: A brief article about the Mark I radio telescope at the University of Manchester Nuffield Radio Astronomy Labs in Cheshire, England.
THE ISLE OF CATS: When Jonny and Bandit spot a giant jaguar walking on its hind legs, no one believes them...at first.
WOULD YOU MAKE A SPY?: A quiz to determine your spy potential.
CRATER CAPERS: Dr. Quest's trip to Italy to confer with a top-level scientist from Naples is not as top-secret as they had hoped, as unscrupulous elements plan to steal their latest nuclear power advance.
THE RUBY RAY: As the US Army plans to conduct a secret missile test launch, enemies conspire to destroy the missile.""

3 Jonny Quest and the Lost City Jonny Quest and the Lost City
Written by Horace J. Elias
Copyright: 1972

A Modern Promotions board book:
A Mexican lost city is found by Jonny Quest, his dad and "Race" Bannon.

4 Jonny Quest's Adventure with the Secret Tunnel Jonny Quest's Adventure with the Secret Tunnel
Written by Horace J. Elias
Copyright: 1972

A Modern Promotions board book:
Jonny Quest finds a secret tunnel in a cave near his home. Bad guys attack the house and take Jonny and his dad prisoner before Race can save them.

5 Jonny Quest: Adventure with the Salt Plot Jonny Quest: Adventure with the Salt Plot
Written by Horace J. Elias
Copyright: 1973

Dr. Quest, Jonny, Haji and Race thwart Dr. Mephisto Chang's and Hugo Xippe's scheme to destroy the world's water supply.

6 The Demon of the Deep The Demon of the Deep
Written by Terry Bisson
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

7 The Forbidden City of Luxor The Forbidden City of Luxor
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

8 The Pirates of Cyber Island The Pirates of Cyber Island
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

9 Peril In The Peaks Peril In The Peaks
Written by Terry Bisson
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

10 Evil Under The Ice Evil Under The Ice
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

11 The Monsters From Beyond Time The Monsters From Beyond Time
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

12 Journey Into Q-Space Journey Into Q-Space
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

13 Attack Of The Evil Cyber-God Attack Of The Evil Cyber-God
Written by Terry Bisson
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

14 Trouble On Planet Q Trouble On Planet Q
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

15 The Lake Of Terror The Lake Of Terror
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

16 The War Of The Wizards The War Of The Wizards
Written by David Bischoff
Copyright: 1996

[plot unknown]

MOVIES

Number of Movies:2
First Appearance:1993
Last Appearance:1993

1 Jonny's Golden Quest Jonny's Golden Quest
Directors: Don Lusk, Paul Sommer
Writers: Mark Young, Sean Roche
Actors: Will Estes as Jonny Quest, Rob Paulsen as Hadji, Granville Van Dusen as Race Bannon, Don Messick as Dr. Benton Quest
Released: 1993

When reports of gold being synthesized reaches the Quest team, they know they have to investigate. This brings them into another major conflict with the evil Dr. Zin.
Note: this is in a different continuity as Jonny's mother is still alive and part of the team.

2 Jonny Quest vs. The Cyber Insects Jonny Quest vs. The Cyber Insects
Also known as aka Jonny's Global Impact
Director: Mario Piluso
Writers: Mario Piluso, Larry Carrol, David Carren
Actors: Don Messick as Dr. Benton Quest, Granville Van Dusen as Race Bannon, Rob Paulsen as Hadji, Kevin Smets as Jonny Quest
Released: 1995

Strange weather is happening all over the world and the Quest team are put on the job by the agency known as Intelligence 1.

TELEVISION


Number of Episodes:91
First Appearance:1964
Last Appearance:1997
Network:Various

REGULAR CAST
Tim MathesonJonny Quest [ 1 ]
Scott MenvilleJonny Quest [ 2 ]
J.D.RothJonny Quest [ 3 ]
Quinton FlynnJonny Quest [ 4 ]
Mike RoadRace Bannon [ 1 ]
Granville Van DusenRace Bannon [ 2 ]
Robert PatrickRace Bannon [ 3 ]
Robert FoxworthRace Bannon [ 4 ]
Danny BravoHadji Singh [ 1 ]
Robert PaulsenHadji Singh [ 2,4 ]
Michael BenyaerHadji Singh [ 3 ]

       The great team of Hanna and Barbera added to its impressive stable of terrific cartoon shows enjoyed by both children and adults with the arrival of Jonny Quest and his friends and family. The year was 1964 and for the next 26 weeks the 30-minute adventures of the Quest team entertained television audiences in prime time. Unfortuntely, production costs for this program with its impressive artwork was very high and only one season was produced.
       Twenty years after the first season, during a resurgeance in interest in Hanna-Barbera properties, the show was brought back for another season, considered by many to be a continuation of the earlier show. The show was titled The New Adventures of Jonny Quest, Only half as many episodes were developed for this 'second' season but two television movies were made a few years after the 13 episodes were aired.
       Jump ahead another decade and the Cartoon Network orders from Hanna-Barbera another iteration of the adventurous young man, now aged a couple of years to be a teenager. The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest was the name of this group of stories which were considered by many as harder and a bit more violent than in the past. After the first season of the returned show, denoted as Season 3 here, things eased up a bit and Jonny and Hadji each lost a year in age. These episodes are marked here as Season 4.


1 Mystery of the Lizard Men
Episode 1-01, first aired 09/18/1964
Writers: Doug Wildey, Alex Lovy

Numerous ships have disappeared in the area of the Sargasso Sea. Dr. Quest and team are asked by the US government to investigate and they find a secret base with a powerful laser gun. The base is controlled by a power-hungry man with a gang wearing scuba gear disguised as lizard skins.

2 Arctic Splashdown
Episode 1-02, first aired 09/25/1964
Writer: Walter Black

The Quest team is enroute to recover a downed experimental missile in the Arctic. So is a team from a foreign country. We meet Hadji for the first time.

3 The Curse of Anubis
Episode 1-03, first aired 10/02/1964
Writer: Walter Black

A old archaeologist friend of Dr. Quest is now a nationalist revolutionary and has stolen a priceless artifact from Egypt, planting evidence the Quest team did it.

4 Pursuit of the Po Ho
Episode 1-04, first aired 10/09/1964
Writer: William D. Hamilton

A fellow scientist is in trouble in the Amazon so the Quest team heads there to help. Dr. Quest himself needs assistance when he is captured too and Race Bannon must get creative.

5 Riddle of the Gold
Episode 1-05, first aired 10/16/1964
Writers: Herbert Finn, Alan Dinehart

The evil Dr. Zin has salted an old gold mine in India as the first step in destabilizing the world's economy. It is up to the Quest team to prove it.

6 Treasure of the Temple
Episode 1-06, first aired 10/23/1964
Writer: Walter Black

While the Quest team is looking into the ruins of a Mayan city in the Yucatan, a British treasure hunter looking for riches in the same area decides he does not like interlopers.

7 Calcutta Adventure
Episode 1-07, first aired 10/30/1964
Writer: Joanna Lee

In a flashback, the story of how Hadji Singh came to be part of the Quest team as Dr. Quest was looking into a breakout of a strange disease in India and discovers a criminal genius and his underground lab making nerve gas.

8 The Robot Spy
Episode 1-08, first aired 11/06/1964
Writer: William D. Hamilton

Hoping to steal the plans for a para-power ray gun that Dr. Quest is working on, Dr. Zin sends in a large four-legged spider-like robot with one huge eye.

9 Double Danger
Episode 1-09, first aired 11/13/1964
Writer: Joanna Lee

In order to get hold of a rare plant needed in a pharmaceutical endeavor, Dr. Zin, who wants to use the plant's mind controlling properties, sends in an impostor made to look like Race Bannon.

10 Shadow of the Condor
Episode 1-10, first aired 11/20/1964
Writer: Charles Hoffman

Needing to make an emergency landing in the Andes, Race Bannon is captured by Baron von Frohleich, an aged German flying ace who forces Bannon to engage in an aerial dogfight. The problem is the Baron's machine guns have bullets. Race's does not.

11 Skull and Double Crossbones
Episode 1-11, first aired 11/27/1964
Writer: Walter Black

Jonny Quest has discovered a sunken treasure chest. A new cook on the Quest research vessel betrays that fact to Mexican pirates.

12 The Dreadful Doll
Episode 1-12, first aired 12/04/1964
Writer: William D. Hamilton

In the Caribbean, the Quest team comes upon a witch doctor who tries to use voodoo magic to get them to leave, all the while actually guarding a secret submarine base being constructed.

13 A Small Matter of Pygmies
Episode 1-13, first aired 12/11/1964
Writer: William D. Hamilton

When members of Dr. Quest's family are captured by Pygmies after a plane crash, he must find a way to free them.

14 Dragons of Ashida
Episode 1-14, first aired 12/18/1964
Writer: Walter Black

On a visit to Japan, the Quest teams finds an old friend of the doctor has gone batty and is breeding large carnivorous lizards to hunt humans.

15 Turu the Terrible
Episode 1-15, first aired 12/25/1964
Writer: William D. Hamilton

Back in the Amazon jungle, the Quest team is looking for a rare mineral when they encounter a pteranodon trained by a slave drive to capture natives to work in his mines.

16 The Fraudulent Volcano
Episode 1-16, first aired 12/31/1964
Writer: William D. Hamilton

Strange eruptions on a tropical island bring the Quest team to investigate. They will discover that Dr. Zin has a secret base inside a volcano where he is perfecting a new ray gun.

17 Werewolf of the Timberland
Episode 1-17, first aired 01/07/1965
Writer: William D. Hamilton

In the forests of Canada, Dr. Quest is looking for petrified wood samples when he encounters hostile lumberjacks who are guarding their gold smuggling operation. One of them masquerades as a werewolf to scare people away.

18 Pirates from Below
Episode 1-18, first aired 01/14/1965
Writer: Walter Black

Foreign agents coming off a submarine attack the Quest family compound in Florida to get hold of an undersea crawling vehicle Dr. Quest is creating for the US Navy.

19 Attack of the Tree People
Episode 1-19, first aired 01/21/1965
Writer: Walter Black

When Jonny and Hadji get shipwrecked on the jungle coast of Africa, they are taken in by a tribe of apes who then come to their rescue when poachers try to kidnap them for ransom.

20 The Invisible Monster
Episode 1-20, first aired 01/28/1965
Writer: William D. Hamilton

A fellow scientist has accidentally created an invisible energy monster which was causing trouble on a South Pacific island. The Quest team comes to the rescue.

21 The Devil's Tower
Episode 1-21, first aired 02/04/1965
Writer: William D. Hamilton

In the African savanna, the Quest teams discovers a very high plateau where prehistoric cavemen are being used as slave labor to diamond mining by a former Nazi wanted for war crimes.

22 The Quetong Missile Mystery
Episode 1-22, first aired 02/11/1965
Writer: William D. Hamilton

In China studying marine life mutation, the Quest team comes across a secret missile base run by a rogue general.
Note: the title card shows The 'Q' Missile Mystery

23 The House of the Seven Gargoyles
Episode 1-23, first aired 02/18/1965
Writer: Charles Hoffman

A cat burglar disguised as a gargoyle is out to steal the anti-gravity generator created by a friend of the Quest team, which just happens to be visiting.

24 Terror Island
Episode 1-24, first aired 02/25/1965
Writers: Doug Wildey, Alan Dinehart, Herbert Finn

Needing his help to create giant creatures, a scientist kidnaps Dr. Quest. The Quest team, with help from Jade, must get him free.

25 Monsters in the Monastery
Episode 1-25, first aired 03/04/1965
Writer: Charles Hoffman

A terrorist cell wants to overthrow the local spiritual leader in Nepal and its members disguise themselves as yeti to do so. The visiting Quest team comes to the rescue.

26 The Sea Haunt
Episode 1-26, first aired 03/11/1965
Writer: Charles Hoffman

In the Java Sea, the Quest team hears a distress signal and go to the site to lend assistance. They are themselves endangered by a giant sea monster.

27 Peril of the Reptilian
Episode 2-01, first aired 09/14/1986
Directors: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk
Writer: Alan Burnett

In the South Pacific the Quest team must find a way to stop an out-of-control genetically engineered reptile man.

28 Nightmares of Steel
Episode 2-02, first aired 09/21/1986
Directors: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk
Writer: Mark Zaslove

Desert bandits atop robotic camels are plaguing a desert Sheikh and the Quest team is determined to stop them.

29 Aliens Among Us
Episode 2-03, first aired 09/28/1986
Directors: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk
Writer: John Loy

Getting kidnapped by aliens in a UFO is a new one for Jonny and Hadji. As Dr. Quest and Race work to free them, they suspect the aliens are fake.

30 Deadly Junket
Episode 2-04, first aired 10/05/1986
Directors: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk
Writer: David Schwartz

Evil Dr. Zin has returned and he had captured a rocket scientist to force to help his latest scheme. The Quest team are brought him by the scientist's daughter who ask for assistance.

31 Forty Fathoms From Yesterday
Episode 2-05, first aired 10/12/1986
Directors: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk
Writer: Glenn Leopold

On the hunt for a submarine from WWII which vanished in 1945, the Quest team are able to track it down. Going inside, they discover a time machine which transports them back the that year.

32 Vikong Lives
Episode 2-06, first aired 10/19/1986
Directors: Oscar Dufau, Don Lusk
Writer: Charles M. Howell IV

The Quest team find a frozen Viking guardian ape (?) and thaw it. The local people are afraid of it but the team name it Vikong for Viking plus King Kong and vow to protect it.

33 The Monolith Man
Episode 2-07, first aired 11/02/1986
Writer: Mark Edward Edens

An oil-drilling operation has broken through to a passage to the center of the Earth. A group of greedy people are planning to use it for profit but they come up against a molten man the Quest team names Hardrock.

34 Secret of the Clay Warriors
Episode 2-08, first aired 11/09/1986
Writer: Steve DeKorte

A scientist claims he was attacked by clay warrior guardians when he disturbed their burial place in Tibet. When he then disappears, the Quest team go on the hunt.

35 Warlord of the Sky
Episode 2-09, first aired 11/16/1986
Writer: Mark Zaslove

A mad scientist had developed a vehicle made of clouds that he can use to attack any aircraft he wants. The Quest team have to stop him.

36 The Scourge of Skyborg
Episode 2-10, first aired 12/23/1986
Writer: Donald F. Glut

A pilot who was badly injured in a previous crash and had most of his body replaced with robotic parts has kidnapped Race Bannon to force Dr. Quest to surrender his computer guidance system.

37 Temple of Gloom
Episode 2-11, first aired 12/07/1986
Writer: Eric Lewald

An evil man has forced Hadji's old mystic teacher to use his powers to cause delegates to a peace conference in India to have hallucinations which cause major in-fighting.

38 Creeping Unknown
Episode 2-12, first aired 12/14/1986
Writer: David Schwartz

A strange plant creature is capturing people in a wooded area and turning them into plant creatures like himself.

39 Skullduggery
Episode 2-13, first aired 03/01/1987
Writer: Gary Warne

Dr. Quest is brought in by a London museum to find the origin of an ancient skull made of crystal. A group of druids are determined to steal it to unleash its power.

40 The Darkest Fathoms
Episode 3-01, first aired 08/26/1996

[plot unknown]

41 Escape to Questworld
Episode 3-02, first aired 08/27/1996

[plot unknown]

42 In the Realm of the Condor
Episode 3-03, first aired 08/28/1996

[plot unknown]

43 Rage's Burning Wheel
Episode 3-04, first aired 08/29/1996

[plot unknown]

44 Ndovu's Last Journey
Episode 3-05, first aired 08/30/1996

[plot unknown]

45 Manhattan Maneater
Episode 3-06, first aired 09/02/1996

[plot unknown]

46 East of Zanzibar
Episode 3-07, first aired 09/03/1996

[plot unknown]

47 Assault on Questworld
Episode 3-08, first aired 09/04/1996

[plot unknown]

48 Ezekiel Rage
Episode 3-09, first aired 09/05/1996

[plot unknown]

49 Alien in Washington
Episode 3-10, first aired 09/06/1996

[plot unknown]

50 Return of the Anasazi
Episode 3-11, first aired 09/09/1996

[plot unknown]

51 The Alchemist
Episode 3-12, first aired 09/10/1996

[plot unknown]

52 Trouble on the Colorado
Episode 3-13, first aired 09/11/1996

[plot unknown]

53 In the Wake of Mary Celeste
Episode 3-14, first aired 09/12/1996

[plot unknown]

54 AMOK
Episode 3-15, first aired 09/13/1996

[plot unknown]

55 Besieged in Paradise
Episode 3-16, first aired 09/16/1996

[plot unknown]

56 The Spectre of the Pine Barrens
Episode 3-17, first aired 09/17/1996

[plot unknown]

57 Heroes
Episode 3-18, first aired 09/18/1996

[plot unknown]

58 The Ballad of Belle Bonnet
Episode 3-19, first aired 09/19/1996

[plot unknown]

59 In the Darkness of the Moon
Episode 3-20, first aired 09/23/1996

[plot unknown]

60 The Secret of the Moai
Episode 3-21, first aired 09/24/1996

[plot unknown]

61 Expedition to Khumbu
Episode 3-22, first aired 09/25/1996

[plot unknown]

62 Ice Will Burn
Episode 3-23, first aired 09/26/1996

[plot unknown]

63 Future Rage
Episode 3-24, first aired 10/29/1996

[plot unknown]

64 Alligators and Okeechobee Vikings
Episode 3-25, first aired 11/01/1996

[plot unknown]

65 To Bardo and Back
Episode 3-26, first aired 01/02/1997

[plot unknown]

66 The Mummies of Malenque
Episode 4-01, first aired 12/11/1996

[plot unknown]

67 Rock of Rages
Episode 4-02, first aired 12/12/1996

[plot unknown]

68 Bloodlines
Episode 4-03, first aired 12/13/1996

[plot unknown]

69 Race Against Danger
Episode 4-04, first aired 12/16/1996

[plot unknown]

70 The Dark Mountain
Episode 4-05, first aired 12/17/1996

[plot unknown]

71 Cyberswitch
Episode 4-06, first aired 12/18/1996

[plot unknown]

72 Undersea Urgency
Episode 4-07, first aired 12/19/1996

[plot unknown]

73 Nemesis
Episode 4-08, first aired 12/20/1996

[plot unknown]

74 DNA Doomsday
Episode 4-09, first aired 12/23/1996

[plot unknown]

75 Ghost Quest
Episode 4-10, first aired 12/25/1996

[plot unknown]

76 Nuclear Netherworld
Episode 4-11, first aired 12/26/1996

[plot unknown]

77 Eclipse
Episode 4-12, first aired 12/27/1996

[plot unknown]

78 Without a Trace
Episode 4-13, first aired 12/30/1996

[plot unknown]

79 Village of the Doomed
Episode 4-14, first aired 12/31/1996

[plot unknown]

80 Dark Sentinel
Episode 4-15, first aired 02/10/1997

[plot unknown]

81 Other Space
Episode 4-16, first aired 02/11/1997

[plot unknown]

82 Digital Doublecross
Episode 4-17, first aired 02/12/1997

[plot unknown]

83 Thoughtscape
Episode 4-18, first aired 02/13/1997

[plot unknown]

84 The Bangalore Falcon
Episode 4-19, first aired 02/14/1997

[plot unknown]

85 Diamonds and Jade
Episode 4-20, first aired 03/14/1997

[plot unknown]

86 Edge of Yesterday
Episode 4-21, first aired 03/17/1997

[plot unknown]

87 The Haunted Sonata
Episode 4-22, first aired 03/18/1997

[plot unknown]

88 General Winter
Episode 4-23, first aired 03/26/1997

[plot unknown]

89 Night of the Zinja
Episode 4-24, first aired 04/14/1997

[plot unknown]

90 The Robot Spies
Episode 4-25, first aired 04/15/1997

[plot unknown]

91 More Than Zero
Episode 4-26, first aired 04/16/1997

[plot unknown]

COMIC BOOKS AND GRAPHIC NOVELS

Number of Stories:70
First Appearance:1964
Last Appearance:2017

1 The Mystery of the Lizard Men The Mystery of the Lizard Men
Published by Western Publishing

Copyright: 09/1964

Published in the solo issue of Gold Key's Jonny Quest - adaptation of the first adventure in the TV series
A group of Lizard Men are using a death ray to blow up ships near the Sargasso Sea. The US government asks Dr. Quest and Race Bannon to investigate. Jonny Quest joins them. The Lizard Men are practicing for shooting down a spaceship to the moon.

2 Mystery of The Sargasso Sea! Mystery of The Sargasso Sea!
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 05/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #188-#192 - [plot unknown]

3 Jungle Mystery Jungle Mystery
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 06/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly Summer Extra 1965 - [plot unknown]

4 'The Mechanical Mole' 'The Mechanical Mole'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 06/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #193-#197 - [plot unknown]

5 'Danger of the Dragon Woman' 'Danger of the Dragon Woman'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 07/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #199-#202 - [plot unknown]

6 The Secret of San Pasqual! The Secret of San Pasqual!
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 08/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #203-#207 - [plot unknown]

7 'Plants of Poison' 'Plants of Poison'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 09/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #208-#214 - [plot unknown]

8 'Atomic Attack' 'Atomic Attack'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 11/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #215-#219 - [plot unknown]

9 'Bite of the Cobra' 'Bite of the Cobra'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 12/1965

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #220-#224 - [plot unknown]

10 'Undersea Invaders' 'Undersea Invaders'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 01/1966

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #225-#229 - [plot unknown]

11 'The Wrong Case' 'The Wrong Case'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 01/1966

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #230-#236 - [plot unknown]

12 'Invasion from Planet Zeneon' 'Invasion from Planet Zeneon'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 04/1966

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #237-#242 - [plot unknown]

13 'Underworld Army' 'Underworld Army'
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 05/1966

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #243-#249 - [plot unknown]

14 The Iceberg Affair The Iceberg Affair
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 02/1967

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #282-#286 - [plot unknown]

15 The Jungle Of Death The Jungle Of Death
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 04/1967

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #287-#292 - [plot unknown]

16 The Condor Strikes The Condor Strikes
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 05/1967

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #293-#298 - [plot unknown]

17 Non-Stop To Nowhere Non-Stop To Nowhere
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 07/1967

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #302-#304 - [plot unknown]

18 Valley of Dead Men Valley of Dead Men
Published by City Magazines

Copyright: 08/1967

Published in Huckleberry Hound Weekly #305-#306 - story likely never finished as magazine stopped. [plot unknown]

19 The Sands of Khasa Tahid The Sands of Khasa Tahid
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: Doug Wildey (writer and artist)
Copyright: 06/1986

1st of 2 stories in Comico's Jonny Quest #1:
As the advance men for a possible excavation, Jonny Quest, Hadji, and Race Bannon are in a desert heading to the Chandarkin Oasis where an ancient city might be buried. They find instead a terrorist group's buried arms cache.

20 City of Time Lost City of Time Lost
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Steve Rude (artist)
Copyright: 06/1986

2nd of 2 stories in Comico's Jonny Quest #1:
At the excavation of Dr. Quest of Khasa Tahid, while Jonny Quest and Hadji find a man dressed in Napoleon garb who claims he is from that time, Race Bannon and Jade have to deal with terrorists sent by Dr. Zin.

21 Enter Race Bannon Enter Race Bannon
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Wendy Pini (pencils), Joe Staton (inks), Rick Taylor (colors), Bob Pinaha (letters)
Copyright: 06/1986

Solo story in Comico's Jonny Quest #2:
Jonny Quest recounts to Hadji how his mother died and how Race Bannon entered his life.

22 Guns for the Laughing Man Guns for the Laughing Man
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Marc Hempel (pencils and letters), Mark Wheatley (inks and colors), Kathryn Mayer (colors and letters)
Copyright: 07/1986

Solo story in Comico's Jonny Quest #3: The stated purpose for the visit of Dr. Quest and his group was to learn about a comet sighted by the Incans 1500 years ago. The real reason was to assist the government fight a revolutionary who claims to be immortal - a man who calls himself the same name as the comet: the Laughing Man.

23 Marley Frost Is Here to Stay Marley Frost Is Here to Stay
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Tom Yeates (pencils and inks), Dan Adkins (inks), Ken Feduniewicz (colors), Bob Pinaha (letters)
Copyright: 09/1986

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #4: Dr. Quest gets a crazed phone call in the early morning from an old friend needing urgent help. The man is making a movie on a tropical island and is being plagued, he claims, by monsters.

24 Jade Incorporated Jade Incorporated
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Mitch Schauer (pencils), John Nyberg (inks), Rick Taylor (colors), Steve Haynie (letters)
Copyright: 10/1986

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #5: Dr. Quest and Race leave for D.C. on business. A package arrives for Race containing a video tape from Jade asking for urgent help. Jonny Quest and Hadji decide to travel to Hong Kong to provide that assistance and find she is being help prisoner.

25 Philosopher's Stone Philosopher's Stone
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Adam Kubert (artist)
Copyright: 11/1986

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #6: Jonny Quest and Jade brought back an object from the previous adventure which is defying Dr. Quest's abilities to analyze it. It is super dense and may date from a very long lost civilization called Mu. There are others who will do anything to get hold of it.

26 The Lady In Gray The Lady In Gray
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Dan Spiegle (pencils and inks), Tom Reilly (colors), Carrie Spiegle (letters)
Copyright: 12/1986

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #7: Dr. Quest asks an expert in temporal displacement theory to visit to examine the object they got earlier, someone he had known about but never met. At the same time, the woman from Social Services needing a report on the homeschooling of Jonny Quest is ordered to make an inspection. Dr. Zin is planning on another attempt at the object.

27 The Curse of X-7 The Curse of X-7
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Ken Steacy (pencils and inks and colors), L. Lois Buhalis (letters)
Copyright: 01/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #8: A man known only as X-7 is determined to stop Dr. Quest's launch of a major solar energy collector into space.

28 Winters of Discontent Winters of Discontent
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Mark Hempel (pencils and letters), Mark Wheatley (inks and colors), Kathryn Mayer (colors and letters)
Copyright: 03/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #10: Jonny and Hadji accidentally activate an experimental time machine and are sent back to the period of Richard III.

29 Dog Days Dog Days
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Joe Stanton (pencils), Rick Burchett (inks), Bob Pinaha (letters), Rick Taylor (colors)
Copyright: 04/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #11: As some of the Quest team say farewell to Dr. Quest as he flies to a conference, the dog Bandit wanders off and is snatched when dog-nappers grab a poodle.

30 Buried Treasure Buried Treasure
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Dan Spiegle (artist), Carrie Spiegle (letters), Tom Reilly (colors)
Copyright: 05/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #12: Jonny is upset with his dad's new girl friend, Miss Martin, because he believes she does not believe some of the Quest teams' adventures. When a friend of hers calls about having trouble with cavemen-like creatures, the Quest team leaps into action with a sceptical Martin joining.

31 Shadow of the Condor Shadow of the Condor
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: Doug Wildey (writer and artist)
Copyright: 05/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest Classics #1 - Graphic adventure version of the television episode.
Needing to make an emergency landing in the Andes, Race Bannon is captured by Baron von Frohleich, an aged German flying ace who forces Bannon to engage in an aerial dogfight. The problem is the Baron's machine guns have bullets. Race's does not.

32 Things That Go Bump In The Night Things That Go Bump In The Night
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Carmine Infantino (artist), Adam Hubert (colors), Bob Pinaha (letters)
Copyright: 06/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #13: The Quest team, minus Race who is recovering in a hospital, travel to Maine to help a friend who bought a old mansion called the Devil's Manse. It seems to be haunted.

33 Calcutta Adventure Calcutta Adventure
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: Doug Wildey (writer and artist)
Copyright: 06/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest Classics #2 - Graphic adventure version of the television episode.
In a flashback, the story of how Hadji Singh came to be part of the Quest team as Dr. Quest was looking into a breakout of a strange disease in India and discovers a criminal genius and his underground lab making nerve gas.

34 The Song of Space The Song of Space
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Marc Hempel (pencils and letters), Mark Wheatley (inks and colors), Kathryn Mayer (letters and colors)
Copyright: 07/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #14
Benton and Jonny Quest have been kidnapped and taken to a previously known space station where the owner needs Dr. Quest's help to keep it from crashing to the Earth.

35 Werewolf of the Timberland Werewolf of the Timberland
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: Doug Wildey (writer and artist)
Copyright: 07/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest Classics #3 - Graphic adventure version of the television episode.
In the forests of Canada, Dr. Quest is looking for petrified wood samples when he encounters hostile lumberjacks who are guarding their gold smuggling operation. One of them masquerades as a werewolf to scare people away.

36 The Sins Of Zin The Sins Of Zin
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs, Marc Hempel (pencils and inks), Mark Wheatley (colors), Kathryn Mayer (letters)
Copyright: 08/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #15
Benton Quest recounts to Jonny and Hadji how he first came to know the evil Dr. Zin and how their feud began.

37 Plague Plague
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: William Messner-Loebs (writer), Mark Wheatley (art and colors), Marc Hemple (letters), Kathryn Mayer (letters and colors)
Copyright: 09/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #16
After rushing Race to a hospital where he is in a coma due to an internal infection, the Quest team is present when a man races into the facility with an unusual plague - it turns its victims into wolfmen.

38 Another Stuart Gold Production Another Stuart Gold Production
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 10/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #17: [plot unknown]

39 Bannon's Last Case Bannon's Last Case
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 11/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #18: [plot unknown]

40 Lesson One Lesson One
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 12/1987

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #19: [plot unknown]

41 Time Storm Time Storm
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 01/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #20: [plot unknown]

42 Heer There Be Dragons Heer There Be Dragons
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 02/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #21: [plot unknown]

43 Vantage Point Vantage Point
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 03/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #22: [plot unknown]

44 The Prisoner of Starkgrau The Prisoner of Starkgrau
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 04/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #23-24: [plot unknown]

45 Butch Butch
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 06/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #25: [plot unknown]

46 Reputation Reputation
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 07/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #26: [plot unknown]

47 Wilderness Wilderness
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 08/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #27: [plot unknown]

48 Kings of the West Kings of the West
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 09/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #28-29: [plot unknown]

49 Three Trapped Tigers Three Trapped Tigers
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: Arthur Byron Cover (writer), Richard Howell (pencils), Jim Mooney (inks), Insight Studios (colors), Tom Addis (letters)
Copyright: 10/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest Special #1:
Jonny Quest and Hadji come upon an injured man and an alien tiger woman, the opening act to a play which will bring a Quest team from a different dimension into this one.

50 The Luck of Lenin's Tomb The Luck of Lenin's Tomb
Published by Comico Comics
Contributors: Arthur Byron Cover (writer), John Herbert (pencils), Bill Anderson (inks), Mark Wheatley (colors), Ken Holewczynski (letters), Mark Glidden (colors)
Copyright: 10/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest Special #2:
A scientist presents the Quest team with the theory that residents from a destroyed planet between Mars and Jupiter infused their minds into rocks which have now come to Earth.

51 The Invisible Monster The Invisible Monster
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 11/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #30: [plot unknown]

52 Social Work Social Work
Published by Comico Comics

Copyright: 12/1988

Published in Comico's Jonny Quest #31: [plot unknown]

53 Turu The Terrible Turu The Terrible
Published by ICC
Contributors: Michael Gallagher (story adaptation), Howard Bender (pencils and inks), Ken Feduniewicz (letters), Barry Grossman (colors), Marc Siry (computer colorist)
Copyright: 03/1996

Published in Illustrated Communications Corp's Classic Jonny Quest #1: Comicbook version of the 1st season episode of the same name - Back in the Amazon jungle, the Quest team is looking for a rare mineral when they encounter a pteranodon trained by a slave drive to capture natives to work in his mines.

54 The Qutong Missile Mystery The Qutong Missile Mystery
Published by ICC
Contributors: Michael Gallagher (story adaptation), Keith Pollard (pencils), Jorge Pacheco (inks), Dan Nakrosis (letters), Barry Grossman (colors), Marc Siry (computer colorist)
Copyright: 03/1996

Published in Illustrated Communications Corp's Classic Jonny Quest #2: Comicbook version of the 1st season episode of the same name - In China studying marine life mutation, the Quest team comes across a secret missile base run by a rogue general.

55 The Devil's Tower The Devil's Tower
Published by ICC

Copyright: 03/1996

Published in Illustrated Communications Corp's Classic Jonny Quest #3: Comicbook version of the 1st season episode of the same name - In the African savanna, the Quest teams discovers a very high plateau where prehistoric cavemen are being used as slave labor to diamond mining by a former Nazi wanted for war crimes.

56 Skull and Double Crossbones Skull and Double Crossbones
Published by ICC

Copyright: 03/1996

Published in Illustrated Communications Corp's Classic Jonny Quest #4: Comicbook version of the 1st season episode of the same name - Jonny Quest has discovered a sunken treasure chest. A new cook on the Quest research vessel betrays that fact to Mexican pirates.

57 Net of Chaos Net of Chaos
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Kate Worley (writer), Francisco Solano Lopez (pencils), Andrew Pepoy (inks), James Sinclair (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 09/1996

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #1-#4: In Hungary, a group known as the Rom Freedom Front are causing all sorts of trouble with communications. The Quest team go in to investigate.

57.1 Knave of Diamonds Knave of Diamonds
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Kate Worley (writer), Ron Randall (artist), Art Knight (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 09/1996

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Special #1: The Quest team is asked to investigate when a cargo ship carrying some very valuable gems disappeared right next to a ship guarding it - and then reappeared a half mile away, with no crew and no gems.

57.2 An Ill Wind An Ill Wind
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Kate Worley (writer), Jeff Parker (pencils and inks), Andrew Pepoy (inks), Mary Kelleher (letters), Art Knight (colors)
Copyright: 09/1996

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Special #2: The Quest team has developed a new way to cause the atmosphere to produce rain which will help a drought-stricken farm region. It is also something money-hungry people would love to steal.

57.3 Winning Technology Winning Technology
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Kate Worley (writer), Shannon Londin-Gallant (pencils), Andrew Pepoy (inks), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters), Cary Porter (colors)
Copyright: 09/1996

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Special #3:
The Quest team is help a friend's company create safer driving controls but since the new technology is worth billions, it is the target of some very well-armed thieves.

58 Surd in the Machine Surd in the Machine
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Shaun McLaughlin (writer), Jim Hall (pencils), Shepherd Hendrix (inks), Kell-O Graphics (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 01/1997

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #5
The Quest team was enjoying a game in the virtual realm they call Questworld when an old enemy, Surd, takes control and they are stuck there.

59 Countdown To Chaos Countdown To Chaos
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Shaun McLaughlin (writer), Dean Zachary (pencils), Andrew Pepoy (inks), Kell-O Graphics (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 02/1997

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #6
The Quest team is heading to Russia to help make modifications to an existing nuclear power plant not knowing that another old enemy, Vostok, has taken control of the place and set a trap.

60 Hell On Earth: The Movie Hell On Earth: The Movie
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Shaun McLaughlin (writer), Ron Randall (pencils), Andrew Pepoy (inks), Perry McNamee & Jon Fell (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 03/1997

1st of 2 stories published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #7
Armed intruders break into the Quest labs to steal the revolutionary holographic imaging system created by Dr. Quest and his friend, a famed movie special effects expert.

61 Family Man Family Man
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Shaun McLaughlin (writer), Jeff Johnson (artist), Perry McNamee & Jon Fell (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 03/1997

2nd of 2 stories published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #7
A bearded, tired Race Bannon rows to shore at the Quest Florida home and is stunned to learn that there is another Race Bannon living there.

62 Endgame Endgame
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Kate Worley (writer), Ron Randall (pencils and inks), Rachel Pinnock (inks), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters), Perry McNamee (colors)
Copyright: 05/1997

1st of 2 stories published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #8: Two programmers at a government facility have hidden data in a computer game. The authorities ask the Quest team to figure out what they took and where they hid it. Jonny and Hadji use Questworld to figure it out.

63 Doorway To Infinity Doorway To Infinity
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Tom Bierbaum (writer), Gene Ha (pencils), Andrew Pepoy (inks), Dave Nestelle and Jim Johns (colors)
Copyright: 05/1997

2nd of 2 stories published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #8 and finished in #9: Playing a game he created in Questworld, Jonny Quest encounters an old enemy and a young woman who saved his life, neither of whom he put into the game.

64 Heart of Rage Heart of Rage
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Barbara Kesel (writer), Ron Randall (pencils and inks), Rachel Dodson (inks), Perry McNamee (colors)
Copyright: 07/1997

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #9-#10: Someone has a major desire to grab Jessie Bannon, daughter of Race Bannon. The Quest team wants to stop them.

65 Impossible Artifacts Impossible Artifacts
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Tom and Mary Bierbaum (writer), Jeff Johnson (artist), Perry McNamee (colors), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters)
Copyright: 08/1997

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #10-#11: The search for ancient artifacts turns really deadly when dinosaurs show up for lunch.

66 Face Of Shiva Face Of Shiva
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: Kate Worley (writer), Ron Randall (pencils), Rachel Dodson and Ron Randall (inkers), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters), Perry McNamee and John Hanan (colors)
Copyright: 09/1997

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #11: Visiting temples in Thailand, the Quest team encounters from the past who move through a time portal and do not like interlopers.

67 The Eyes Of Rapa Nui The Eyes Of Rapa Nui
Published by Dark Horse
Contributors: James Vance (writer), Francisco Solano Lopez (artist), Tracey Hampton-Munsey (letters), Harold MacKinnon (colors)
Copyright: 10/1997

Published in Dark Horse's The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest #12: Rapa Nui is one of the names for Easter Island which is where the Quest team is headed to test their subsurface imager. A pair of treasure hunters cause trouble.

68 Strangequest Strangequest
Published by DC
Contributors: Marc Andreyko (writer), Jeff Parker (writer), Steve Lieber (artist), Veronica Gandini (colors), Evan Shaner (cover)
Copyright: 03/2017

A one-shot publication in the DC/Future Quest collaboration.
Adam Strange suffers an accident and crash lands in the Lost Valley where friends of the Quest team find him and notify the team who come to investigate.

69 Future Quest, vol 1 Future Quest, vol 1
Published by DC
Contributors: Jeff Parker (writer and artist), Evan Shaner (artist), Steve Rude (artist), Ron Randall (artist), Jonathan Case (artist), Aaron Lopresti (artist), Karl Kesel (artist), Craig Rousseau (artist), Jeremy Lawson (colors), Veronica Gandini (colors)
Copyright: 04/2017

Collection of the Future Quest #1-#6, consists of Part 1 of 2 in a long story arc.
Jonny Quest and Hadji are in the swamps of Florida when they make a fantastic discovery and are drawn into a huge fight against an extremely powerful foe who wants to take over the entire galaxy. They will be joined in the fight by Space Ghost, the Herculoids, Birdman, the Impossibles, the Galaxy Trio, Birdman, and Mightor.

70 Future Quest, vol 2 Future Quest, vol 2
Published by DC
Contributors: Jeff Parker (writer), Evan Shaner (artist), Steve Lieber (artist), Ron Randall (artist), Ariel Olivetti (artist and colors), Dave Lanphear (letters), Veronica Gandini (colors)
Copyright: 11/2017

Collection of the Future Quest #7-#12, consists of Part 2 of 2 in a long story arc.
While the arrival on Earth of the awesome World Ender, Omnikron, has finally come, it was delayed long enough for
Space Ghost and the Herculoids to gather Birdman, the Impossibles, the Galaxy Trio, Birdman, Mightor, and Jonny Quest and Hadji to fight him, if they can first learn to work together.

GAMES

Number of Games:3
First Appearance:1965
Last Appearance:1996

1 Jonny Quest Card Game Jonny Quest Card Game
Card Game
Milton Bradley
Copyright: 1964

According to the website Classic Jonny Quest: "The game itself has little to do with Jonny Quest. The cards are numbered from 1-40 with two wildcards. Each player gets five cards to start, and the next two cards become the "high" and "low" cards placed in the tray. You draw a card. If you have a card with a value in between the high and low, you place it in the tray, creating either a new high or low, plus you can discard any other card in your hand. (Wildcards can be any value between 1 and 40.) If you don't have a card falling in between the high and low, you put one card in the tray anyway but cannot do the extra discard. The round ends when one player is out of cards. He gets one point for each card in his opponents' hands. You win a game by accumulating 11 points (two players), 21 points (three players) or 31 points (four). An opponent can only have up to 5 cards in a hand at a time, so you can see you'd need to play at least three rounds to get a winner in a two-player game."
In Australia, the game was released by John Sands

2 Jonny Quest Board Game Jonny Quest Board Game
Boardgame
Transogram
Copyright: 1964

For 2-4 players ages 8+. The game consisted of a game board, two spinners, 6 red cardboard guns, 6 blue cardboard guns, cardboard chests, plastic boats, and instructions.

3 Jonny Quest: Cover-Up At Roswell Jonny Quest: Cover-Up At Roswell
Adventure
Virgin Sound and Vision
Copyright: 1996

According to Wikipedia: Gameplay consists of clicking areas on images of locations—whether the Serengeti plains or Manhattan—to navigate paths in search of the objects. Occasionally, players encounter mini games, such as the task of guiding a diving bell away from rocks or shooting rats with a slingshot.
The story behind it is the Quest team is out to stop a group misusing technology learned at Roswell.

MY COMMENTS

       I was lucky enough to discover Jonny Quest and his adventures when I was a tween and was hooked on the show, though it's relative short initial life quickly moved me from interest to annoyance at the repeats. When it came back two decades later, I was, obviously, two decades older and not the least bit interested. The same could be said for the re-reboot a decade after that. It wasn't until I decided to add Quest to this compendium that I went for another look.
       This second study showed me that my initial love of the show was justified - it was a lot of exciting fun. My secondary look was not - the "second season" was fun as well. The third season, that in the 90's, was not anywhere as much fun as it seems to spend all its time, especially in the comicbook stories put out during that run, with virtual reality adventure. I mean, I'm watching television so I know it's not real. And it is animated so I know it's really not real. But having the things take place in a fake environment even then, well, triple removed from reality is a bit much.
       Still, Quest belongs because he and the Quest team is constantly go up against would-be world rulers or world destroyers. And many of the early tales are just a fun now for me as back when I was a tween (which was long before they started calling it that).

GRADE

My Grade: B

Your Average Grade:   A

YOUR OPINIONS

GoldenI A 2020-08-24

C''mon...Jonny got me hooked on Spyfi before I even discovered James Bond. Race was ace!


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