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Japanese Jonny Quest Items
Jonny Quest Manga Comic
A 48-page, black-and-white Jonny
published in Japan: "Kagaku Bouken Manga" (Scientific Adventure
Cartoon), July 1965.
Jonny Quest "menko" cards
Jonny Quest publications from Midori of Japan
Jonny Quest "sonosheet": "Mystery of the Lizard Men"
Here are images and information
regarding a third Midori publication from Japan, this one focusing on the "Mystery of the Lizard
Men" story. This book came with a red vinyl 33-1/3 rpm record.
Jonny Quest "sonosheet": "The Robot Spy"
Another book-and-record publication (like the "Lizard Men" book above). The front
"J.Q. / Song 'Let's sing all together! J.Q.' / Drama 'Robot Spy' / Being nationally
televised on TBS Network / Kodama Manga Series."
More information and scans of the pages
Jonny Quest Sketchbook: "Pirates from Below"
This publication from Midori was produced in 1965, and the cover looks like our
hero's been heavily transformed by an Anime overdose!
are instructions on "how to draw Jonny and Bandit (as anime characters), and a very
quick re-telling of the "Pirates from Below" story.
(images courtesy Jim Alexander
Jonny Quest sketchbook
Craig's copy of this has 12 sheets of blank sketch paper. There don't appear to
be any missing pages, so this may have been just a sketchbook with no comic inside.
Here are the
front and back covers
The inside front cover is an outline/line drawing of the cover. The inside back cover is an outline/line drawing of the Turu cover.
They're the same drawings as the ones inside the Turu sketchbook
Jonny Quest sketchbook: "Turu the Terrible"
This is a sketchbook with a picture of Jonny and Bandit being menaced by Turu, the pteranodon from the episode "Turu the Terrible."
This Turu sketchbook
is like the one above: a painted cover with line art on the inside covers,
and blank pages for sketching.
(laser disk) was distributed in Japan, exact year unknown
but most likely in the 1990s. The episodes, "Turu the Terrible" and "The 'Q' Missile
Mystery," were dubbed in Japanese. Sadly, Craig's copy of the laser disc was cracked
by the seller and cannot be played, so we may never know whether the
"Jonny Questo" theme song from the
Robot Spy sonosheet book
was used somewhere on the disk.
Japanese "Hanna-Barbera Collection" 2004
This set of Jonny Quest figures is from the "Hanna-Barbera Trading Figures Collection"
from the Asunaru company, Japan.
They're like trading cards: You don't know what H-B scene you're going to get until you open the box.
There are apparently 6 figure sets in each volume, with quite a few volumes being
prepared for release. As far as we know, no other Jonny Quest character figures
Images and info courtesy Jim Alexander.
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