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Old 09-08-2008, 02:53 PM   #51
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Below is a example of what I had in mind. It's reduced in size but I have a larger one that matches the
dimensions/resolution of Rob Dangerous' images and minus your original scan. (Added just for comparison.)
I wouldn't mind if it was kept smaller. The old ones were filling up my entire screen and then some (but maybe it's my monitor being stupid?). And WOW, that is just incredible what you did. It looks like someone actually recolored it. BrodyIsDead, thank you for getting the ball rolling, and please let Stoo clean up the rest of them too. (Pretend this smily is gaping in astonishment and not screaming in terror)
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Old 05-12-2009, 10:33 PM   #52
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Stoo, did you do restorations like that for all the pages?
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Old 06-07-2009, 02:21 PM   #53
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"All Things Indy" fan page updated - with ALL Young Telegraph comic strips!

Hi, everyone,

sorry it's been an age since I said I'd get the two remaining Young Telegraph comic strip adaptations of Young Indy & The Plantation Treasure and Young Indy & The Princess of Peril up on my Indy fan page, but finally I'm pleased to report they're up there now - here's the link again:

http://b.c.carden.googlepages.com/allthingsindy

Enjoy, y'all! Hopefully this'll help to fill a gap till Rob MacGregor is able to release his Staff of Kings book!

I've also added a few photos onto my page now of my various encounters with Indy so far...

Just like to give a big shout out to DIrishB for hooking me up with the US copies of the new Indy "Lost Adventures" books

Take it easy, everyone!

BrodyIsDead (aka Chris A. from the UK)
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Old 06-08-2009, 03:17 AM   #54
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Updates done properly - oops!

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Hi, everyone,

sorry it's been an age since I said I'd get the two remaining Young Telegraph comic strip adaptations of Young Indy & The Plantation Treasure and Young Indy & The Princess of Peril up on my Indy fan page, but finally I'm pleased to report they're up there now - here's the link again:

http://b.c.carden.googlepages.com/allthingsindy

Enjoy, y'all! Hopefully this'll help to fill a gap till Rob MacGregor is able to release his Staff of Kings book!

I've also added a few photos onto my page now of my various encounters with Indy so far...

Just like to give a big shout out to DIrishB for hooking me up with the US copies of the new Indy "Lost Adventures" books

Take it easy, everyone!

BrodyIsDead (aka Chris A. from the UK)

Hi, again, everyone,

apologies to anyone who visited my fan site and found there to be some skewy page formatting and the odd link that didn't work - they're all fixed now, though, so enjoy the read...

If there's anything else that anyone comes across that looks wrong/doesn't work, let me know either here on this thread or via the email link on the page:

http://b.c.carden.googlepages.com/allthingsindy
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Old 06-08-2009, 10:51 AM   #55
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Sweet!!! BrodyIsDead is as skilled as Dr. Jones in digging up buried treasure!
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Old 06-09-2009, 02:13 PM   #56
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sorry it's been an age since I said I'd get the two remaining Young Telegraph comic strip adaptations of Young Indy & The Plantation Treasure and Young Indy & The Princess of Peril up on my Indy fan page, but finally I'm pleased to report they're up there now - here's the link again:

http://b.c.carden.googlepages.com/allthingsindy
Chris/BrodyIsDead, I cannot thank you enough! Your generosity is UNREPAYABLE and all lovers of rare Indy tales owe you their deepest thanks. I didn't realize you actually had the missing pages for these other 2 tales so this is a wonderful surprise. Now we have all 3 stories - COMPLETE! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

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Just like to give a big shout out to DIrishB for hooking me up with the US copies of the new Indy "Lost Adventures" books
I second the motion. DIrishB is a true dude.

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Stoo, did you do restorations like that for all the pages?
No, but this update is a definite inspiration to finish off the rest.
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Old 11-20-2009, 11:05 PM   #57
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The Indy Comics were part of the Young Telegraph's second run, which started in October 1990. The release days were all saturdays - I'm not sure if that means the Young Telegraph was part of saturday issues of the Daily Telegraph or part of the Sunday Telegraph.
I don't know about where you live,but around here Sundays are in color and Monday through Saturday are usually in black and white.
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Old 01-06-2010, 04:07 AM   #58
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All Things Indy down temporarily

Hi, everyone,

just thought I'd better let you know that my Indy fan site with the scans of the Young Telegraphy comic strips mentioned above is down temporarily as I experience some "technical difficulties" with GoogleSites - formerly GooglePages which I was using to host the pictures of the strips...

I'll do my best to restore them soon! And will post on this thread again when it's all sorted

Happy New Year, y'all
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Old 02-05-2010, 07:51 PM   #59
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I converted them to JPEG and posted them...
http://moedred.livejournal.com/12008.html
Full-sized images are in the gallery.

Hope you're back up soon, Brody!
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Old 08-22-2011, 08:50 PM   #60
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The Young Telegraph & IJ Adventure Club Magazine

If anybody has all the issues of Young Indiana Jones and the Mountains of Superstition, Plantation Treasure, Princess of Peril,and Indiana Jones and the Treasure of Monte Cassana, the Sword of Excalibur,and be willing to sell them cheap, please tell me?
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Old 08-22-2011, 08:51 PM   #61
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Is there a question hiding in all those smilies?
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Old 08-22-2011, 08:53 PM   #62
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Yes! There is, just read it, AtP!
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Old 08-22-2011, 11:38 PM   #63
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Try the link on my profile to read them. I think very few actually possess them. Especially Young Telegraph, which if collected would exist as a stack of newspapers.
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Old 08-23-2011, 01:35 AM   #64
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Yes! There is, just read it, AtP!

Ah, yes, the edit clarified matters.

As for your query, I don't think anyone knows better than Moedred, as far as this goes.
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Old 08-23-2011, 06:30 PM   #65
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Moedred, I don't think you have all of them because I saw it on your website and you don't have Excalibur!
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Old 08-24-2011, 05:16 AM   #66
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If anybody has all the issues of Young Indiana Jones and the Mountains of Superstition, Plantation Treasure, Princess of Peril,and Indiana Jones and the Treasure of Monte Cassana, the Sword of Excalibur,and be willing to sell them cheap, please tell me?
They are very rare and doubt any of the few who have them would sell them for cheap.
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I think very few actually possess them.
Of the 3 (or 4) people I'm aware who have some originals, I think only 1 (or 2) has them all.

This thread could/should be merged with this one: Young Telegraph - "Young Indiana Jones & The Mountains of Superstition"
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Old 08-24-2011, 06:24 PM   #67
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Merged... and I did post Sword of Excalibur.
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Old 09-15-2012, 08:35 PM   #68
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Merged... and I did post Sword of Excalibur.

I was hoping someone else would step forward, oh well...here's a sample. It would be nice to see some more activity on the sharing front so for the time being I'll be keeping them to myself.




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They are very rare and doubt any of the few who have them would sell them for cheap.


You'd have to shot me in the head first as it will go to my grave with the rest of the tosh. However, I may be tempted for...



$1 million dollars*...









*I wouldn't. I rather sell my wife and children first. I'm open to offers for them as there maybe a few IJ bits I need to buy.

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