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Bungeishunjū Ltd. (株式会社文藝春秋, Kabushikigaisha Bungeishunjū) is a Japanese publishing company which released fourteen adaptations of episodes from The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (the same episodes included in the show's Japanese LaserDisc box set) as part of their Bunshun Bunko paperback series, along with the Japanese edition of From Star Wars To Indiana Jones - The Best of the Lucasfilm Archives.

Indiana Jones bibliographyEdit

Young Indiana JonesEdit

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Cover to Matahari no Koi (マタハリの恋)

  1. Jakkaru no Noroi (ジャッカルの呪い, English: Curse of the Jackal) by Toshiki Taguchi (田口俊樹), adapting the "Egypt, May 1908" segment of Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal. (February 1993)
  2. Kokkyō no Jūsei (国境の銃声, English: Gunshots at the Border) by Norio Nakai (中井紀夫), adapting the "Mexico, March 1916" segment of Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal. (February 1993)
  3. Matahari no Koi (マタハリの恋, English: Mata Hari's Romance) by Kiyoshi Muramatsu (村松潔), adapting "Paris, October 1916." (February 1993)
  4. Senka no Betsuri (戦下の別離, English: Separation Under War) by Junichi Tomonari (友成純一), adapting "London, May 1916." (March 1993)
  5. Saigo no Denrei (最後の伝令, English: The Last Messenger) by Kōzaburō Yano (矢野浩三郎), adapting "Verdun, September 1916." (March 1993)
  6. Hatsukoi no Uīn (初恋のウィーン, English: First Love in Vienna) by Katsuhito Morishita (森下一仁), adapting "Vienna, November 1908." (April 1993)
  7. Mitsurin no Seija (密林の聖者, English: The Saint of the Jungle) by Nozomi Ōmori (大森望), adapting both "German East Africa, December 1916" and "Congo, January 1917." (May 1993)
  8. Kōtei no Misshi (皇帝の密使, English: The Emperor's Envoy) by Fusa Obi (小尾芙佐), adapting "Austria, March 1917." (June 1993)
  9. Tōyō no Hijutsu (東洋の秘術, English: The Secret Arts of the Orient) by Junya Yokota (横田順彌), adapting "Peking, March 1910." (July 1993)
  10. Shōen no Uta (硝煙の詩, English: The Poetry of Gunpowder Smoke) by Chiaki Kawamata (川又千秋), adapting "Somme, Early August 1916." (August 1993)
  11. Dassō dai Sakusen (脱走大作戦, English: The Great Escape Plan) by Hiroaki Okazaki (岡崎弘明), adapting "Germany, Mid-August 1916." (August 1993)
  12. Warau Baruserona (笑うバルセロナ, English: Barcelona Laughing) by Shinji Kajio (梶尾真治), adapting "Barcelona, May 1917." (September 1993)
  13. Sabanna no Tantei (サバンナの探偵, English: Savannah Detective) by Hiroki Murakami (村上博基), adapting "British East Africa, September 1909." (October 1993)
  14. Akai Jōnetsu (赤い情熱, English: Red Passion) by Yasuhiko Kaita (槐多康彦), adapting "Petrograd, July 1917." (November 1993)

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