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Disney Comics

Disney Comics was a comic book company that sold comic books from 1990 to 1993. Before 1990 and after 1993 Disney licensed their comic books to other publishers.

Here is a list of the comic books that Disney published themselves:

Most of these titles became a victim of what is known as the Disney Comics Implosion. The three surviving titles were Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, Uncle Scrooge, and Donald Duck Adventures. An occasional fourth series was included as a mini-series based on a TV show or a movie, but in 1993 Gladstone Publishing regained their comics license for the classic Disney characters while Marvel Comics got the license for the modern Disney characters in 1994 and published them until they sold their rights to Acclaim in 1997. From 1998 to 2003 Disney comics were no longer available in America, but in 2003 Gemstone Comics started publishing them again.