The Disney Adventures Archive, Part 4: On Stranger Tides

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Does anyone happen to have the 2 issues that include Treasure Planet? I've been losing my mind trying to find them. Etsy, Ebay, Amazon, used book stores both online and around me, comic book stores, Value villages and etc. Coming up terribly dry.

I believe the first was a Nov 2002 holiday special and the other a 'collectors edition' Dec 2002 issue.

I've tried the 'Comic Zone' issues too, but I'm getting sparse information on those. Are they no longer in production? Or did they end because the few issues they had covered all the comics they had done?

Anyway, any and all help is greatly, greatly appreciated.

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Does anyone have scanned versions of the issues with the Scarecrow of Romney Marsh? I am fairly sure they are located in Dec'05, May'06, Nov'06, Jan'07 and Mar'07. Though I could be off on the dates. I have been looking everywhere and can't find them in any effective manner.


Can anyone hit me up with some physical issues? I've been wanting to rebuild my collection for a while after looking at all the Disney Adventures archives.

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