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Licensed Disney title published for the UK market by IPC. Mostly reprinting Gold Key Disney strips, it ran for over three and a half years, absorbing Goofy along the way. At the start of September 1975 the leads switched title billing, with the magazine becoming Mickey and Donald; at the end of the same month Donald Duck was launched as a solo title, and a month later Mickey and Donald ended, to be relaunched as Mickey Mouse.

After the first three issues, the title stopped listing a number on the cover; as such, later issues are numbered using year/month/date - e.g. the 10th June 1972 issue is 720610.

23 issues in this volume Add Issue Reverse sort

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