The Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis comic is a four-part adaptation of the video game of the same name. Installments were published by Dark Horse Comics every two months from March to September 1991. All four issues were collected into a trade paperback published with new cover art in June 1992. The entire story was reprinted in Indiana Jones Omnibus: Volume 1 in 2008.

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Issue 1[edit | edit source]

Late at night on May 5th 1939, Indiana Jones awoke from a dream in which he had been rejected as an offering to Tenochtitlan. In the dream Tenochtitlan had ordered him to be thrown to the crocodiles. Indy had used his Bullwhip to escape them, only to be hit by a rain of arrows. On waking Indy told himself to stop dwelling on the lecture he was giving the day after.

On the morning of May 6th, as a stranger approached Barnett College singing "...the morning will come when the world is mine...", Indiana Jones was finishing up his lecture on Indian arrowheads.

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Klaus Kerner as Samuel Corn.

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