Gary Leach wrote:<br>> As for finding a licensee to take it over, that would be a dim prospect now. <br>> Disney's made it plain they no longer consider this particular publication worthwhile, <br>> and that's just not an encouraging selling point.
<br><br>Disney Adventures had a really good distribution network. You could find it at
many supermarkets in the U.S., often even at registers next to some of the most popular magazines. It's a shame that they gave up this space, as I remember reading when Disney Magazine got canceled a place like that is difficult to get back. Would it have been possible for Disney to transfer this shelf space to Gemstone? It would
have been great if this space was given to Gemstone's comics, at least for a trial run of several months. Sure Walmart already sells Uncle Scrooge and WDC&S on their website, but there's nothing like having those comics at regular stores where parents and kids can see them every day.