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There were also two side stories: The series was originally published in Italian from May to March The entire series has been translated to German , Dutch , Greek and European Portuguese  , and is currently published in Finnish and Brazilian Portuguese.
The first story has also been translated to Spanish , Swedish and French.
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May Disney comics. Disney Publishing Worldwide. Retrieved from " https: Hidden categories: Letters to the editor often provided additional story background.
Although the circulation of Mickey Mouse had declined for years, especially compared to Uncle Scrooge , in Gladstone said it had become their top selling title. Gladstone published many of Gottfredson's Mickey stories that had never been reprinted since the s or s.
Mickey Mouse ceased publication in , with issue , when Gladstone lost their license to publish the Disney characters. Publication hiatus[ edit ] From to , no Mickey Mouse comic book was published in the United States.
However, from to , a new comic book, Mickey Mouse Adventures , was published by Disney's then-new comic book imprint, Disney Comics.
Disney Comics ceased all publications in This story was a direct sequel to the s Floyd Gottfredson story, "Blaggard Castle," and featured a return to the classic Mickey Mouse art style. Gemstone[ edit ] In Gemstone Publishing was granted the license for Disney's comic book characters. They relaunched Mickey Mouse under an expanded title, Mickey Mouse and Friends, continuing the original numbering from Similar to Gladstone's practice, most advertising in the issues was for Gemstone's own products.
Gemstone also took over publication of Mickey Mouse Adventures magazine, converting it to a digest , and announcing that it was the first "Disney controlled" comic publication in Disney comics' year history that had not been not licensed to other publishers such as Dell, Gold Key and Gladstone. Kids[ edit ] In , Boom!
Kids imprint, continuing the original issue numbering. Publishing history Western Publishing The American Mickey Mouse title experienced changes in artists, publishers, length, cost, and printing quality over the years.
Mickey Mouse Magazine
A unique experiment deviating from the norm occurred in Inspired by the James Bond spy mania of the period for three issues the comic was titled Mickey Mouse, Super Secret Agent with stories of Mickey and Goofy becoming international spies and interacting with human characters in realistic settings.
While Mickey and Goofy were drawn in the usual "cartoony" style by Paul Murry, the other characters and backgrounds were done by Dan Spiegle in a realistic manner. Comic book historian Michael Barrier dubbed it an aesthetic failure in a contemporary review. By the s, contents of the Mickey Mouse title mostly consisted of the reprinting of earlier stories, sometimes from Walt Disney's Comics and Stories or other Disney publications.
The average paid circulation between September and September , when the comic was published six times a year, and cost 15 cents, was ,, whereas in the figure stood at , Gladstone Gladstone published issue as a special page issue for Mickey's 60th birthday. Gladstone Publishing assumed publication of Mickey Mouse in , still publishing reprints, primarily of story arcs from the newspaper comic, but which were recolored, taking advantage of more modern inking and printing techniques.
Stories from foreign Walt Disney comic books were also translated and included. Issues contained a description of the source of each story, and gave credit to the writers and artists by name — which had not previously been done.
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Letters to the editor often provided additional story background. Although the circulation of Mickey Mouse had declined for years, especially compared to Uncle Scrooge , in Gladstone said it had become their top-selling title. Even so, in late Gladstone announced they were cutting all their publications back to eight issues per year because comics sell less well in fall and winter.
The cover price went from 75 cents to 95 cents in Gladstone published many of Gottfredson's Mickey stories that had never been reprinted since the s or s. Mickey Mouse ceased publication in , with issue , when Gladstone lost their license to publish Disney comics.
When Gladstone obtained the license again in , they oddly did not resume the Mickey Mouse title.Paolo Mottura. Similar to Gladstone's practice, most advertising in the issues was for Gemstone's own products. The story has been reprinted in Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse: When IDW took over publishing the title in May they restarted from 1, but retained the 'legacy' numbering as a secondary number the first issue is also issue Disney comics.
By the s, contents of the Mickey Mouse title mostly consisted of the reprinting of earlier stories, sometimes from Walt Disney's Comics and Stories or other Disney publications.
As with Boom! Gemstone Issue September featured the first and currently only American printing of the Runaway Brain comic adaptation. Gemstone[ edit ] In Gemstone Publishing was granted the license for Disney's comic book characters.
Kids imprint, continuing the original issue numbering.