History Characters / MickeyMouseComicUniverse

4th Feb '17 9:01:36 AM Roo
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* GeniousBruiser: As Super Gilly, he has all the powers of Super Goof, but is a lot smarter about using them.
24th Jan '17 4:01:15 AM Roo
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* DamselFightAndFlightResponse: From time to time, though it's a fairly rare occurance for her.

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* DamselFightAndFlightResponse: From time to time, though it's a fairly rare occurance occurrence for her.


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* GirlyGirlWithATomboyStreak: Minnie is the quintessential girly-girl. And yet, as Mickey discovers in one Gottfredson comic -- take her to a particularly brutal boxing match because you're annoyed about her complaints of "unnecessary violence" and want to show her was ''real'' unnecessary violence looks like, and she'll proceed to be the loudest, most enthusiastic and most foul-mouthed of the spectators, roaring for the boxers to beat the crap out of each other with such glee that even the other spectators start giving her weird looks. (Her explanation for this apparent double standard after the match is over is that professional boxers are tough, they can ''take'' a little roughhousing.)
28th Dec '16 6:45:46 AM Morgenthaler
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* {{Flanderization}}: Unlike his original [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts animated counterpart]], this Mickey's actually retained a good chunk of his {{Badass}}ery throughout the years and still goes on all sorts of adventures. How much he's got in any given story [[DependingOnTheWriter Depends On The Writer]], but it's never really gone as far as it has for the animated Mickey.

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* {{Flanderization}}: Unlike his original [[WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts animated counterpart]], this Mickey's actually retained a good chunk of his {{Badass}}ery badassery throughout the years and still goes on all sorts of adventures. How much he's got in any given story [[DependingOnTheWriter Depends On The Writer]], but it's never really gone as far as it has for the animated Mickey.
19th Dec '16 3:06:54 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* MasterOfDisguise: Oftentimes a reader can pick out whether it's him or not, but that's usually just from being GenreSavvy -- and sometimes it ''isn't'' so obvious.

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* MasterOfDisguise: Oftentimes a reader can pick out whether it's him or not, but that's usually just from being GenreSavvy not -- and sometimes it ''isn't'' so obvious.



** {{Subverted}} in "Mickey and the 7 Boglins": after what he pulled you'd expect him to escape again, but when Miklos is unmasked [[GenreSavvy O'Hara immediately handcuffs him, and there's always at least a cop looking at him]].

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** {{Subverted}} in "Mickey and the 7 Boglins": after what he pulled you'd expect him to escape again, but when Miklos is unmasked [[GenreSavvy O'Hara immediately handcuffs him, and there's always at least a cop looking at him]].him.
28th Nov '16 8:18:03 AM Pfff133
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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: The Sleuth is the Sleuth. The name "Sureluck Sleuth" can only be found in his creator's, Carl Fallberg, notes. he does, however, have a name in most translations.

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* OnlyKnownByTheirNickname: The Sleuth is the Sleuth. The name "Sureluck Sleuth" can only be found in his creator's, Carl Fallberg, notes. he He does, however, have a proper name in most translations.
25th Nov '16 9:23:44 AM Pfff133
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* NobodyHereButUsStatues: Sidney pretended to be a wax statue to rob unsuspecting museum visitors in "The Case of the Wax Dummy".
25th Nov '16 7:05:14 AM Pfff133
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* StraightMan: When the whole gang's around, it's Armadillo. If Armadillo is absent, it's Sidney.
25th Nov '16 6:52:50 AM Pfff133
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* EccentricMentor: To Fliplip, Armadillo and Sidney.
25th Nov '16 6:47:41 AM Pfff133
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Sureluck Sleuth, conventionally known as the Sleuth, is Mickey's inept but somehow always succesfull costar in the ''Mickey and the Sleuth'' series.

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Sureluck Sleuth, conventionally known as the Sleuth, is Mickey's inept but somehow always succesfull successful costar in the ''Mickey and the Sleuth'' series.



[[folder: Professor Nefarious]]
!! Professor Nefarious
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[[AC:First appearance: ''"The Great Winks Robbery"'', 1975 (written in 1973)]]

The designated villain of the ''Mickey and the Sleuth'' series. He leads a gang of three henchmen to commit crime in 19th century London.

* AffectionateParody: Of [[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Professor Moriarty]].
* HighClassGlass: On his left eye.
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[[folder: Kranz]]
!! Kranz
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[[AC:First appearance: ''"The Lost Temple"'', 1988]]

The main enemy of Arizona Goof. They used to be partners until Arizona figured out that Kranz is only concerned with money and not historical value or the safety of mankind.

* AdventurerArchaeologist: An evil one.
* AffectionateParody: Of René Belloq from ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
* MasterOfDisguise: He regularly disguises himself to get what he wants.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: These days, he also wants revenge on Arizona, but money was his original motivation and still his immediate driving force.

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[[folder: Kranz]]
Professor Nefarious]]
!! Kranz
Professor Nefarious
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/arizona_kranz.org/pmwiki/pub/images/mickey_mouse_professor_nefarious.png]]
[[AC:First appearance: ''"The Lost Temple"'', 1988]]

Great Winks Robbery"'', 1975 (written in 1973)]]

The main enemy designated villain of Arizona Goof. They used to be partners until Arizona figured out that Kranz is only concerned with money the ''Mickey and not historical value or the safety Sleuth'' series. He leads a gang of mankind.

* AdventurerArchaeologist: An evil one.
three henchmen/students to commit crime in 19th century London.

* AffectionateParody: Of René Belloq from ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
[[Franchise/SherlockHolmes Professor Moriarty]].
* MasterOfDisguise: ChronicBackstabbingDisorder: Implied. He regularly disguises never is successful enough to get to that part, but he occasionally has to correct himself from saying something like "I'm going to get what he wants.
be rich" to "We're going to be rich".
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: These days, he also wants revenge on Arizona, but money was HighClassGlass: On his original motivation and still his immediate driving force.left eye.



[[folder: Vito Doppioscherzo (Doublejoke)]]
!! Vito Doppioscherzo (Doublejoke)
[[quoteright:255:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/vito_doppioscherzo_8078_4.png]]

[[AC:First appearance: ''"Topolino e il magnifico Doppioscherzo"'', 2004]]

Once one of Mickey's schoolmates, he was kicked out after a brawl with the mouse. Now a criminal inventor, he's fond to use seemingly innocent toys to carry out his criminal plans.

* BrownNote: a synthetical joke that makes everyone who hears it laugh... and laugh... and treat ''everything'' as a funny joke. Including Vito essentially ''plundering the entire Mouseton''.
* GadgeteerGenius: He creates inventions to commit crimes.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: more often than not he'll be defeated by his own inventions being used against him.
* LaughablyEvil: A rather silly villain.
* TheMagnificent: He refers to himself as "The Magnificent Doublejoke". In his first appearance he did seem to deserve the nickname by arresting many of the most dangerous criminals in Mouseton with embarrassing ease and pranks... Then it was revealed they were his accomplices for an enormous heist.
* SignatureLaugh: "Sguoz sguoz"!

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[[folder: Vito Doppioscherzo (Doublejoke)]]
Fliplip, Armadillo and Sidney]]
!! Vito Doppioscherzo (Doublejoke)
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Fliplip, Armadillo and Sidney
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org/pmwiki/pub/images/fliplip_armadillo_sidney.png]]
[[AC:First appearance: ''"Topolino e il magnifico Doppioscherzo"'', 2004]]

Once one of Mickey's schoolmates, he was kicked out after a brawl with the mouse. Now a criminal inventor, he's fond to use seemingly innocent toys to carry out his criminal plans.

* BrownNote: a synthetical joke that makes everyone who hears it laugh... and laugh... and treat ''everything'' as a funny joke. Including Vito essentially ''plundering the entire Mouseton''.
* GadgeteerGenius: He creates inventions to commit crimes.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: more often than not he'll be defeated by his own inventions being used against him.
* LaughablyEvil: A rather silly villain.
* TheMagnificent: He refers to himself as "The Magnificent Doublejoke". In his first appearance he did seem to deserve the nickname by arresting many
''"The Great Winks Robbery"'', 1975 (written in 1973); ''"The Case of the most dangerous criminals Pea Soup Burglaries"'', 1975 (written in Mouseton with embarrassing ease and pranks... Then it was revealed they were 1974)]]

The three henchmen/students of Professor Nefarious. Fliplip even is the professor's son-in-law.

* BlatantBurglar: Armadillo always wears
his accomplices DominoMask.
* BlindingBangs: Oversized hat variation
for an enormous heist.
Fliplip.
* SignatureLaugh: "Sguoz sguoz"!ButtMonkey: Sidney.
* DeadpanSnarker: Fliplip.


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[[folder: Kranz]]
!! Kranz
[[quoteright:250:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/arizona_kranz.png]]
[[AC:First appearance: ''"The Lost Temple"'', 1988]]

The main enemy of Arizona Goof. They used to be partners until Arizona figured out that Kranz is only concerned with money and not historical value or the safety of mankind.

* AdventurerArchaeologist: An evil one.
* AffectionateParody: Of René Belloq from ''Franchise/IndianaJones''.
* MasterOfDisguise: He regularly disguises himself to get what he wants.
* OnlyInItForTheMoney: These days, he also wants revenge on Arizona, but money was his original motivation and still his immediate driving force.
[[/folder]]

[[folder: Vito Doppioscherzo (Doublejoke)]]
!! Vito Doppioscherzo (Doublejoke)
[[quoteright:255:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/vito_doppioscherzo_8078_4.png]]

[[AC:First appearance: ''"Topolino e il magnifico Doppioscherzo"'', 2004]]

Once one of Mickey's schoolmates, he was kicked out after a brawl with the mouse. Now a criminal inventor, he's fond to use seemingly innocent toys to carry out his criminal plans.

* BrownNote: a synthetical joke that makes everyone who hears it laugh... and laugh... and treat ''everything'' as a funny joke. Including Vito essentially ''plundering the entire Mouseton''.
* GadgeteerGenius: He creates inventions to commit crimes.
* HoistByHisOwnPetard: more often than not he'll be defeated by his own inventions being used against him.
* LaughablyEvil: A rather silly villain.
* TheMagnificent: He refers to himself as "The Magnificent Doublejoke". In his first appearance he did seem to deserve the nickname by arresting many of the most dangerous criminals in Mouseton with embarrassing ease and pranks... Then it was revealed they were his accomplices for an enormous heist.
* SignatureLaugh: "Sguoz sguoz"!
[[/folder]]
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* SmallNameBigEgo: If going by "The Sleuth".[[/folder]]

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* SmallNameBigEgo: If going by "The Sleuth".Sleuth".
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