Disney's Comics in 3-D

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Disney's Comics in 3-D was a two-part comic book series made by The Walt Disney Company in 1992.

Unlike most comic books, the stories are drawn in 3-D stereo. The first issue had Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, Uncle Scrooge, and Duck Tales, and the second issue had all Roger Rabbit stories.

List of stories[edit]

Issue 1[edit]

  • Donald Duck in Knights of the Flying Sleds by Carl Barks (Reprinted from Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #223)
  • Duck Tales in The Billion Bean Stampede by William Van Horn (Reprinted from Duck Tales #13 <The Gladstone Series>)
  • Mickey Mouse center spread by Floyd Gottfredson (Reprinted from King Features Syndicate on April 30, 1933)
  • Uncle Scrooge in The Curse of Nostrildamus by Don Rosa (Reprinted from Uncle Scrooge #235)
  • Donald Duck in Rocket Wing Saves the Day by Carl Barks (Reprinted from Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #139)

Issue 2[edit]

  • Roger Rabbit in Gym Dandy (Reprinted from Roger Rabbit #2)
  • Roger Rabbit in The Candy Cane Mutiny (Reprinted from Roger Rabbit #6)
  • Roger Rabbit in Movin to the Music (Reprinted from Roger Rabbit #11)
  • Roger Rabbit in Cotton Tailspin (Reprinted from Roger Rabbit #4)

3-D comics were later used for issues of Disney Adventures Magazine which were used in the early to mid-1990s.

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