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Walt Disney Comics and Stories Vault, Hardcover Volume 1 Review
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Consisting of some of the greatest comic stories in the Walt Disney library, IDW has just released a hardcover collection containing stories gathered from the earliest days of Walt Disney comics to the modern day. Let’s take a look at some of their choices as we review Walt Disney Comics and Stories Vault, Hardcover Volume 1 from IDW Publishing.

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Things get really meta when Mickey and Goofy discover they are living inside a comic book, and the comic book is striking back! Will it make us laugh, cry, or scream in horror? And what does learning have to do with it? Check out this week’s Dueling Review to find out.

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The penultimate chapter of The Search for the Zodiac Stone appears in Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #731 from IDW Publishing. Take the jump for an early look at Mickey Mouse’s attempts to keep Magica out of Scrooge’s Money Bin.

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Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #729 arrives in stores tomorrow, and it features Mickey and friends chasing a mystery girl across the Monterey Beach.

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Who is scarier than Magica De Spell? Find out in this week’s Walt Disney’s Comics & Stories #728 from IDW Publishing.

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Boom! Studios seems to be on a roll lately with a large number of its titles selling out and going back to press.  The company announced three titles (28 Days Later #3, Kill Audio #1, and Walt Disney Comics and Stories #699) have sold out and are headed back to the printers. Those stores that want to get more copies in, can get them immediately through the new Boom! Studios relationship with Haven Distributors that was announced last week. WALT DISNEY’S COMICS & STORIES #699 is written by Ricardo Secchi with interior art by Stefano Turconi. The first printing shipped

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