History ComicBook / DisneyMouseAndDuckComics

20th Jun '17 10:20:32 AM rafi
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** ''"Mickey and Minnie in Casablanca"'' of ''Film/Casablanca''. The entire comic is in black and white and remarkable for the AwesomeArt of Cavazzano.

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** ''"Mickey and Minnie in Casablanca"'' of ''Film/Casablanca''.''Film/{{Casablanca}}''. The entire comic is in black and white and remarkable for the AwesomeArt of Cavazzano.
20th Jun '17 10:20:10 AM rafi
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** ''"Mickey and Minnie in Casablanca"'' of ''Film/Casablanca''. The entire comic is in black and white and remarkable for the AwesomeArt of Cavazzano.
18th Jun '17 12:07:43 PM rafi
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* {{Elseworld}}: ''ComicBook/WizardsOfMickey'' and ''Mickey and the Sleuth'' are these. The American translation of ''Hero Squad: Ultraheroes'' MiniSeries is this as well, but it is an invention of the translator to justify the weirdness of the story. In Italy, where it was created, it's considered canon to the main universe.

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* {{Elseworld}}: ''ComicBook/WizardsOfMickey'' and ''Mickey and the Sleuth'' are these. The American translation of ''Hero Squad: Ultraheroes'' ''ComicBook/{{Ultraheroes}}'' MiniSeries is this as well, but it is an invention of the translator to justify the weirdness of the story. In Italy, where it was created, it's considered canon to the main universe.
18th Jun '17 12:06:56 PM rafi
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* {{Elseworld}}: ''ComicBook/WizardsOfMickey'' and ''Mickey and the Sleuth'' are these. The American translation of ''Hero Squad: Ultraheroes'' MiniSeries is this as well, but it is an invention of the translator to justify the weirdness of the story. In Italy, where it was created, it's considered canon to the main universe.
16th Jun '17 4:13:08 AM rafi
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* ChooseYourOwnAdventure: Several stories written in Italy followed this format. They were known as ''storie a bivi'' (crossroads stories) and they were published mainly in TheEighties and TheNineties.
12th Jun '17 7:18:55 AM rafi
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* BigfootSasquatchAndYeti: Duck and Mouse comics in general have kept on overusing both the Bigfoot and the Yeti versions, much like the StockNessMonster.
12th Jun '17 7:09:39 AM rafi
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* SuperTeam: There's been two. The Heroes Club was introduced in Brazil in 1986 and consists of, on Mouse side, Super Goof, Super Gilbert, Ultra O'Hara, and the Red Wasp and, on Duck side, the Duck Avenger, Super Daisy, the Red Bat, and the Purple Butterfly. The Ultraheroes are an Italian invention from 2008 and consists of, on Mouse side, Super Goof, Eega Beeva and ''technically'' Mickey and, on Duck side, the Duck Avenger, Super Daisy, the Red Bat, Cloverleaf, and Iron Gus.

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* SuperTeam: There's been two.
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The Heroes Club was introduced in Brazil in 1986 and consists of, on Mouse side, Super Goof, Super Gilbert, Ultra O'Hara, and the Red Wasp and, on Duck side, the Duck Avenger, Super Daisy, the Red Bat, and the Purple Butterfly. Butterfly.
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The Ultraheroes are an Italian invention from 2008 and consists of, on Mouse side, Super Goof, Eega Beeva and ''technically'' Mickey and, on Duck side, the Duck Avenger, Super Daisy, the Red Bat, Cloverleaf, and Iron Gus.
9th Jun '17 8:37:08 AM Morgenthaler
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* FictionalProvince: The comics take place in the fictional state of Calisota. This supposedly contains both Duckburg and Mouseton.

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* FictionalProvince: The comics take place in the fictional state of Calisota.Calisota (a portmanteau of California and Minnesota), which according to maps is located in what is really upstate California. This supposedly contains both Duckburg and Mouseton.
9th Jun '17 8:30:51 AM Morgenthaler
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* FictionalProvince: The comics take place in the fictional state of Calisota. This supposedly contains both Duckburg and Mouseton.
22nd May '17 4:44:52 AM Pfff133
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* WorldOfMammals: (Land-based) mammals ''and'' [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute birds]], of course. Almost all humanoid animals in the Duck-Mouse setting belong to either category, with poultry, dogs, pigs, cats, and mice being the most prominent creatures, to the point it's feasible to list the exceptions. They are, incidentally, almost all from the animated side of the franchise and [[GoodAnimalsEvilAnimals not so incidentally often mean]]. Old Man Ribbit in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and Mrs. Turtle and her son Shelby in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' are the simplest examples, followed by the intent for ''"The Darkwing Squad"'' from ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' to have featured a Darkwing Dolphin, but his scenes were scrapped for time with the exception of one photo remaining. From the same show, Neptunia is worth a mention, but she's a mutated fish so she's the exception that proves the rule more than anything. Similarly, the ''Mickey Mouse'' comic ''"Invasion Of The Turtle People"'' features turtle people, but they're aliens so again a disqualifying exception.

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* WorldOfMammals: (Land-based) mammals ''and'' [[WhatMeasureIsANonCute birds]], of course. Almost all humanoid animals in the Duck-Mouse setting belong to either category, with poultry, dogs, pigs, cats, and mice being the most prominent creatures, to the point it's feasible to list the exceptions. They are, incidentally, almost all from the animated side of the franchise and [[GoodAnimalsEvilAnimals not so incidentally often mean]]. Old Man Ribbit in ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'', Toby Tortoise in the ClassicDisneyShorts, and Mrs. Turtle and her son Shelby in ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse'' are the simplest examples, followed by the intent for ''"The Darkwing Squad"'' from ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' to have featured a Darkwing Dolphin, but his scenes were scrapped for time with the exception of one photo remaining. From the same show, Neptunia is worth a mention, but she's a mutated fish so she's the exception that proves the rule more than anything. Similarly, the ''Mickey Mouse'' comic ''"Invasion Of The Turtle People"'' features turtle people, but they're aliens so again a disqualifying exception. A valid example from the comics is Ribitta Hoppiticroak from the crossover ''The Search for the Zodiac Stone: An Epic Yarn of Mice and Ducks!''.
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