History Characters / MickeyMouseComicUniverse

3rd Jun '16 6:14:55 AM CaptainTedium
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* TopHeavyGuy: He is occasionally drawn this way, most notably in his appearances on ''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]'' and ''House of Mouse''.

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* TopHeavyGuy: He is occasionally drawn this way, with a large chest and skinny legs, most notably in his appearances on ''Mickey [=MouseWorks=]'' and ''House of Mouse''.
15th May '16 8:43:51 AM CaptainTedium
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* TheDragon: When he's not the BigBad, anyways.

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* TheDragon: When he's not the BigBad, anyways.main villain of the story, he's usually someone's henchman.
5th May '16 2:16:24 PM VVK
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* {{Dogface}}: When his face has been shown, it's a rather unimpressive, old-fashioned face of this sort. There's some variation by artist, but most stay faithful to the original design. Unlike most dogfaces, the Blot usually has no muzzle at all and a curiously flat nose, almost like a koala's.



%%* ImpossibleThief

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%%* ImpossibleThief* ImpossibleThief: He generally cheats by using technology that allows him to do what's not normally possible, like when he turned himself two-dimensional. Some tricks have been more clever, like when he made the paint on some paintings invisible by spraying in stuff through the museum air vents, making it only ''look'' like they'd been impossibly stolen, and then bought the "empty canvases".
5th May '16 1:18:12 PM VVK
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* BigBad: Even moreso than Pete.
5th May '16 1:14:12 PM VVK
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* CivilianVillain: He's often been let out of prison after serving out his sentence.
5th May '16 1:12:15 PM VVK
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* BigBad: If he appears, he's either this or TheDragon.
5th May '16 1:09:51 PM VVK
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* HeroesGoneFishing: Together with Goofy. One story had Black Pete and his cronies ''preventing'' them from fishing by organising all sorts of incidents. They weren't being petty, they just wanted them out of the cabin that Pete and the others were using as one end of a tunnel. The cabin's owner wanted fish as rent, so being unable to fish would get Mickey and Goofy kicked out.

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* HeroesGoneFishing: Together with Goofy. One story had Black Pete and his cronies ''preventing'' them from fishing by organising all sorts of incidents. They weren't being petty, they just wanted them out of the cabin that Pete and the others were using as one end of a tunnel. The cabin's owner wanted fish as rent, so being unable to fish would get Mickey and Goofy kicked out.
5th May '16 1:03:06 PM VVK
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* HeroesGoneFishing: Together with Goofy. One story had Black Pete and his cronies ''preventing'' them from fishing by organising all sorts of incidents. They weren't being petty, they just wanted them out of the cabin that Pete and the others were using as one end of a tunnel.

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* HeroesGoneFishing: Together with Goofy. One story had Black Pete and his cronies ''preventing'' them from fishing by organising all sorts of incidents. They weren't being petty, they just wanted them out of the cabin that Pete and the others were using as one end of a tunnel. The cabin's owner wanted fish as rent, so being unable to fish would get Mickey and Goofy kicked out.
5th May '16 12:58:22 PM VVK
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* HeroesGoneFishing: Together with Goofy.

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* HeroesGoneFishing: Together with Goofy. One story had Black Pete and his cronies ''preventing'' them from fishing by organising all sorts of incidents. They weren't being petty, they just wanted them out of the cabin that Pete and the others were using as one end of a tunnel.
3rd May '16 4:37:31 PM MHarrington
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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas, in the [[WartimeCartoons wartime cartoons]] of the period, Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as DonaldDuck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with the Nazi agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use instead. Mickey, being test pilot, ends up captured as well.

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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas, in the [[WartimeCartoons [[WartimeCartoon wartime cartoons]] of the period, Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as DonaldDuck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with the Nazi agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use instead. Mickey, being test pilot, ends up captured as well.
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