The kindle edition of the Indrajal Comics on Amazon are just scans of the old comics and not very good ones... It looks like the scanning is done by amateurs with little to no editing work done afterwards. In some of the previews I checked out the pages weren't even rotated to be straight!
On a related topic I've seen posts (ads) about digital Disney comics on a Disney comics facbook page. According to the posts two new digital comics are released on Disney Story Central each week, and the titles include Wizards of Mickey, Phineas and Ferb, Frozen and now Mickey Mouse Shorts. I've been trying to check this out, and from what I understand you first have to be located in the USA (American IP-address), then you have to make a subscription on Amazon and download an app for Android or iOS.
I haven't tried the above, but I do have an account on disneystorycentral.com where I can purchase digital books (using VPN with an American ip). But I still haven't been able to find any of the weekly comics on there. Does anyone know if you need to have a subscription to get these comics, or are they available for in-app single purchase too?
While there was an Indrajal comic series in the 60s that did print Mickey Mouse stories for two issues (Those weird Secret Agent stories of all things.), these versions on Amazon don't look like an official release. I would avoid buying them.
I'm looking at the Disney Story Central website and in addition to not being able to find any trace of comics, the site is also a pain to navigate through. I doubt any of it is content not already available in English elsewhere.
There was a Phineas and Ferb magazine series from 2011 to 2015 that contained comics but I did read one issue of it and didn't think it was anything special. (Just a bunch of four page or less gag stories, clearly only made with young kids in mind.) Joe Books released a Phineas and Ferb omnibus which I'm assuming collected all the comics from the magazine and I figure that's also what's on Disney Story Central.
Just switched over to kindle and got a sample of the first few pages of Mickey Mouse Time Clock. 2nd page was inverted, scanning isn't that bad, was readable. According to inducks this on is W MM 107-2.
Have no idea how this a legal product.
I'm not really big on digital comics. Maybe if I was reading a continuing story and that was the only way to complete it.