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In 1974 a 96 pages (100 pages including cover) pocketbook series called Donald Duck featuring mainly I-coded (Italian) stories was launched. After 529 issue it was unfortunately cancelled at the end of 1998. It was published monthly, later bimonthly, and then monthly again.
The front cover always features a nice Egmont-cover, like seen on the right, and the back cover is used to promote the next issue, by showing some panels and other art of upcoming stories.
In 1997, the layout of Donald Duck Digest underwent some dramatic changes. The first picture on the right shows the new format and the second one illustrates the old layout. The new format is slightly larger than the old one (15 x 22 cm compared to 13.2 x 18.7 cm) and now has a harder cover. The interior of the magazine has remained the same. Why the layout of the title was changed is unknown, as it has always been very popular.