Torsten Wesley Adair
torsten at cwis.unomaha.edu
Mon Apr 19 02:50:50 CEST 1993
INDEXERS TAKE NOTE!
Source: Comics Buyer's Guide #1015 April 30, 1993 p.132
In a nutshell:
Walt Disney's Comics and Stories
Since Disney didn't change the numbering, neither will Gladstone.
Donald and Mickey
Disney dropped these titles, and Gladstone will be continuing the
numbering from where it stopped.
Donald Duck Adventures
Gladstone created this title.
Disney continued it.
Disney started over with #1.
1) Gladstone could start over, making three different issues of
2) Gladstone could continue with Disney's numbering, creating a
mysterious gap in the numbering of Gladstone's issues.
3) Gladstone could continue from where they left off.
They will continue their numbering system, thereby creating two DDA entries.
One will be the finite Disney Comics series, the other will be the
Gladstone series, which will have a time gap.
Of course, Gladstone will continue to process subscriptions, and they will
continue the high production standards of Disney Comics.
$18 for domestic, $23 for foreign, twelve issues (two years worth).
Torsten Adair torsten at cwis.unomaha.edu Omaha, NE
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