History ComicBook / MickeyMouseComicUniverse

21st Feb '16 12:16:36 AM MHarrington
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* BoxingKangaroo: The ''Mickey's Kangaroo'' short served as the inspiration for a comic in which Mickey pits a kangaroo named Hoppy against a KillerGorilla named Growlio, owned by Pete. Along the way, Hoppy wastes no opportunity along the way to pound luckless assistant trainer Horace Horsecollar into the ground.

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* BoxingKangaroo: The ''Mickey's Kangaroo'' short served as the inspiration for a comic in which Mickey pits a kangaroo named Hoppy against a KillerGorilla named Growlio, owned by Pete. Along the way, Hoppy wastes no opportunity along the way to pound luckless assistant trainer Horace Horsecollar into the ground.
30th Jan '16 10:23:00 PM MHarrington
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* PragmaticAdaptation: Some early storylines like ''Blaggard Castle'' and ''The Mail Pilot'' were major reworkings of cartoons, in these cases ''WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor'' and... ''The Mail Pilot''. AdaptationExpansion was much employed also.

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* PragmaticAdaptation: Some early storylines like ''Blaggard Castle'' Castle'', ''Rumplewatt the Giant'' and ''The Mail Pilot'' were major reworkings of cartoons, in these cases ''WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor'' ''WesternAnimation/TheMadDoctor'', ''Giantland'' and... ''The Mail Pilot''. AdaptationExpansion was much employed also.
30th Jan '16 10:08:17 PM MHarrington
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* FunetikAksent: Goofy. And Eega Beeva.

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* FunetikAksent: Goofy.Goofy and Pete. And Eega Beeva.
5th Jan '16 12:52:46 PM aye_amber
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The universe in which the Creator/{{Disney}} comics based around Mickey Mouse and his friends takes place. It began with a NewspaperComic spin-off of the cartoons in 1930 and branched out to ComicBooks in 1935, which continue to this day. Major contributors to this [[TheVerse Verse]] include Creator/FloydGottfredson, RomanoScarpa and PaulMurry.

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The universe in which the Creator/{{Disney}} comics based around Mickey Mouse and his friends takes place. It began with a NewspaperComic spin-off of the cartoons in 1930 and branched out to ComicBooks in 1935, which continue to this day. Major contributors to this [[TheVerse Verse]] include Creator/FloydGottfredson, RomanoScarpa Romano Scarpa, and PaulMurry.
Paul Murry.
28th Nov '15 2:08:38 PM MHarrington
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* BoxingKangaroo: The ''Mickey's Kangaroo'' short served as the inspiration for a comic in which Mickey pits a kangaroo named Hoppy against a KillerGorilla named Growlio, owned by Pete. Along the way, Hoppy wastes no opportunity along the way to pound luckless assistant trainer Horace Horsecollar into the ground.


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* KillerGorilla: Growlio, who is pitted against Mickey's BoxingKangaroo.
28th Nov '15 12:43:12 PM MHarrington
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** ''The Mystery at Hidden River'' is a reworking of the Donald Duck ''Timber'', with Mickey in place of Donald. As in the short, ''Hidden River'' shows a Chinook-accented Pete, renamed Pierre, owning his own logging camp, where Mickey, at Pete's hands, endures travails not unlike those Donald had endured. The comic story, however, reveals Pete's alternate name and accent as just ruses to keep the authorities off his trail.

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** ''The Mystery at Hidden River'' is a reworking of the Donald Duck cartoon ''Timber'', with Mickey in place of Donald. As in the short, ''Hidden River'' shows a Chinook-accented Pete, renamed Pierre, owning his own logging camp, where Mickey, at Pete's hands, endures travails not unlike those Donald had endured. The comic story, however, reveals Pete's alternate name and accent as just ruses to keep the authorities off his trail.
28th Nov '15 12:42:47 PM MHarrington
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** WeakWilled: Except it's typically not really a matter of willpower; ''anyone'' can be hypnotized successfully unless they use AppliedPhlebotinum or are just [[TooDumbToFool too dumb to be hypnotized]].

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** WeakWilled: Except it's typically not really a matter of willpower; ''anyone'' can be hypnotized successfully unless they use AppliedPhlebotinum or are just [[TooDumbToFool too dumb to be hypnotized]].hypnotized]], at least in Goofy's case.


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** ''The Mystery at Hidden River'' is a reworking of the Donald Duck ''Timber'', with Mickey in place of Donald. As in the short, ''Hidden River'' shows a Chinook-accented Pete, renamed Pierre, owning his own logging camp, where Mickey, at Pete's hands, endures travails not unlike those Donald had endured. The comic story, however, reveals Pete's alternate name and accent as just ruses to keep the authorities off his trail.
23rd Nov '15 1:45:04 PM MHarrington
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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas in the [[WartimeCartoon]]s of the period Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as Donald Duck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with Agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use instead.

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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas in the [[WartimeCartoon]]s [[WartimeCartoon wartime cartoons]] of the period Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as Donald Duck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with Agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use instead.
23rd Nov '15 1:43:53 PM MHarrington
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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas in the WartimeCartoons Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as Donald Duck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with Agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use in the war.

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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas in the WartimeCartoons [[WartimeCartoon]]s of the period Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as Donald Duck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with Agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use in the war.instead.
23rd Nov '15 1:42:22 PM MHarrington
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** ''Mickey's Dangerous Double (1953)'': Mickey's got a CriminalDoppelganger going by the name of Miklos (implied to be a fake identity) and has to [[ClearMyName clear his name]]. While not a complete lookalike (Miklos is grey-furred, hence his other name the Grey Mouse), Miklos is an extremely good impersonator, to the point that when the existance of the double is revealed ''nobody can tell them apart'' (Pluto theorically could, but he had been put out of commission by [[ItMakesSenseInContext his crush on a mannequin dog]]).

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** ''Mickey's Dangerous Double (1953)'': Mickey's got a CriminalDoppelganger going by the name of Miklos (implied to be a fake identity) and has to [[ClearMyName clear his name]]. While not a complete lookalike (Miklos is grey-furred, hence his other name the Grey Mouse), Miklos is an extremely good impersonator, to the point that when the existance existence of the double is revealed ''nobody can tell them apart'' (Pluto theorically could, but he had been put out of commission by [[ItMakesSenseInContext his crush on a mannequin dog]]).


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* LesCollaborateurs: Whereas in the WartimeCartoons Pete, for all of his gruffness and brutishness, is very much on the side of the Allies as Donald Duck's commanding officer, in the 1943 comic strip "Mickey Mouse on a Secret Mission", Pete works with Agent Von Weasel to try and steal the Americans' new long-range combat plane known as "The Bat" for the Nazis to use in the war.
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