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Monday, November 26, 2007

Last Chance for Disney Adventures Magazine


If you see this November issue of Disney Adventures on the newsstand, you might want to grab it. Not only is November almost over but also Disney Adventures itself is definitely over. This is the last issue that will be published as Disney has, for some reason, decided to cancel the magazine. For many years Disney Adventures has been a successful publication. In fact, it has long been the most popular children’s magazine published. Why is Disney choosing to cancel this periodical? I’ll answer that rhetorical question with another one: who knows? Ironically the November 2007 issue marks the magazine's 17th year of publication, and the opening page shows a gallery of covers published since 1990. While you are searching for this final issue, please consider this: Sketches, the Official Magazine of the Walt Disney Collectors Society, is now the only Disney magazine being published. And remember, the only way to subscribe to Sketches is to be a Society Member. For more information go here. (CORRECTION: The redoubtable and indomitable Jeff Kurrti reminds me that both Disney Vacation Club and the Disneyland Annual Passport programs publish magazines for their members.)

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