History ComicBook / MickeyMouseComicUniverse

16th Feb '17 9:36:33 AM rafi
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* AffectionateParody: ''Topolinix e lo scambio di Galli'', an Italian story, is an obviously parody of the ''ComicBook/{{Asterix}}'' comics where Mickey and Pete play respectively the roles of Asterix and Obelix.



* AlliterativeName: Most characters have one. Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Peg-Leg Pete, Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow...

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* AlliterativeName: Most characters have one. Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Peg-Leg Pete, Horace Horsecollar, Clarabelle Cow...'''M'''ickey '''M'''ouse, '''M'''innie '''M'''ouse, '''P'''eg-Leg '''P'''ete, '''H'''orace '''H'''orsecollar, '''C'''larabelle '''C'''ow...
10th Feb '17 8:03:41 PM MHarrington
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[[caption-width-right:350:Not shown: Pete and the Phantom Blot, but they weren't invited.]]

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14th Jan '17 2:30:13 PM Xtifr
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** In FloydGottfredson's classic "The War Orphans" (1944), Mickey helps two kids from a Ruritanian country threatened by the Nazis.

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** In FloydGottfredson's Creator/FloydGottfredson's classic "The War Orphans" (1944), Mickey helps two kids from a Ruritanian country threatened by the Nazis.
31st Dec '16 7:30:33 AM Doug86
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* ThoseWackyNazis: Some of the comic's run was during WorldWarII... so naturally, there were several [[WartimeCartoon anti-Nazi-themed stories]]. These were probably a slap in the face to Hitler himself, [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18748_6-brutal-leaders-their-ridiculous-secret-hobbies.html who happened to be a fan of Disney's works]].

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* ThoseWackyNazis: Some of the comic's run was during WorldWarII...UsefulNotes/WorldWarII... so naturally, there were several [[WartimeCartoon anti-Nazi-themed stories]]. These were probably a slap in the face to Hitler himself, [[http://www.cracked.com/article_18748_6-brutal-leaders-their-ridiculous-secret-hobbies.html who happened to be a fan of Disney's works]].
18th Dec '16 2:03:37 PM Willbyr
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18th Dec '16 2:03:23 PM Willbyr
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18th Dec '16 1:31:24 AM rafi
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7th Nov '16 2:04:20 PM rafi
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* SubmarinePirates: Doctor Vulter

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* SubmarinePirates: Doctor VulterVulter.



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* ThinkingOutLoud:
** A downright ridiculous example is [[http://coa.inducks.org/story.php?c=I+TL+2263-1 the Disney comic "The Mystery of the Old Mansion"]], where the villain is busy with his work, unaware of anything else being present, and suddenly, for no reason, he spontaneously decides to recite four pages' worth of backstory, complete with dramatic acting.
** Lampshaded in [[http://coa.inducks.org/story.php?c=D+2000-013 "Snow It Goes"]], where the villain, in the middle of his soliloquy, mentions that he's going to use the money gained from his scheme for psychiatric therapy to cure his urge to talk to himself.



* TookALevelInBadass: Mickey himself, repeatedly. Over the decades he's Taken A Level In Badass more than once, though thanks to the fact that outside the comics he's still largely viewed as the cute, smiling mouse, he's been particularly subject to BadassDecay -- until a new generation of writers and artists show up and have him Re-Take A Level In Badass. The most consistent thing in the comics is turning him into a genius AmateurSleuth (often with Goofy as his PluckyComicRelief {{Sidekick}}), though some stories have presented him as a severe andrenaline junkie. The recent KingdomHearts representation of Mickey as a BadassLongcoat is really just one more instance in a long line of Badass levels for Mickey.

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* TookALevelInBadass: Mickey himself, repeatedly. Over the decades he's Taken A Level In Badass more than once, though thanks to the fact that outside the comics he's still largely viewed as the cute, smiling mouse, he's been particularly subject to BadassDecay -- until a new generation of writers and artists show up and have him Re-Take A Level In Badass. The most consistent thing in the comics is turning him into a genius AmateurSleuth (often with Goofy as his PluckyComicRelief {{Sidekick}}), though some stories have presented him as a severe andrenaline junkie. The recent KingdomHearts representation of Mickey as a BadassLongcoat is really just one more instance in a long line of Badass levels for Mickey.



* TurnedAgainstTheirMasters: A european Mickey comic involved a benevolent alien empire fighting their own sentient war machines. A twist is that they didn't rebel: it's just that when the galaxy finally entered a time of peace, the former enemies dumped all their weapons on a junkyard planet to show their goodwill, and the weapons with AI simply developed a way to continue their programming: fight wars.



* VillainTeamUp: in ''The Past Imperfect'' (1998) numerous Mickey enemies get together; in other stories, it's common for two to pair up.



* VillainTeamUp: in ''The Past Imperfect'' (1998) numerous Mickey enemies get together; in other stories, it's common for two to pair up.

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* VillainTeamUp: in ''The Past Imperfect'' (1998) numerous VillainyFreeVillain: Mickey enemies get together; once opened a pizza parlor and its success led Petey to open a rival pizza parlor in other stories, front of Mickey's. While the readers were expected to cheer for Mickey, Petey couldn't realistically be called a villain until near the end, when he sicced some animals to eat a giant pizza made by Mickey (and even then, it's common made clear he didn't like doing this and considered it as a last resort). Fortunately, some of the animals ate the rival's own giant pizza as well. After that, Mickey ran out of flour and his rival ran out of cheese and the two of them decided to share to avoid bankruptcy.
* VoodooShark: The comic "Topolino e il mostro di Micetown". Basically: near the end of the story, the villain has used his transformation machine to turn into a duplicate of Mickey. Due to the way the transformation process works, the villain will change back within a few seconds, at which point the original Mickey will be disintegrated. However, the transformation machine then simply [[DeusExMachina explodes
for no reason]], which saves Mickey. He later tries to explain that the machine became "[[LogicBomb confused]]" because he and the villain looked exactly alike, which is an explanation that makes ''no sense'' in any way (for one, the machine's express purpose ''is'' to make two to pair up.things look exactly alike, so why doesn't it explode with every use?).


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* YouDirtyRat: In 1930s Mickey Mouse comics, Minnie's cousin Ruffhouse Rat isn't evilóbut he's a lazy, egotistical flop of an athlete who essentially makes Mickey and Minnie solve his problems for him.
7th Nov '16 6:27:22 AM rafi
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* BondVillainStupidity:
** The Phantom Blot in ''Mickey Outwits The Phantom Blot'', but it's actually justified. Near the end of the story, he reveals that [[spoiler: he's too soft-hearted to actually watch someone die,]] so to make up for it, he'd composed elaborate {{Death Trap}}s to try and kill Mickey off instead.

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BondVillainStupidity: The Phantom Blot in ''Mickey Outwits The Phantom Blot'', but it's actually justified. Near the end of the story, he reveals that [[spoiler: he's too soft-hearted to actually watch someone die,]] so to make up for it, he'd composed elaborate {{Death Trap}}s to try and kill Mickey off instead.


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* BurnTheWitch: Almost happens in an old comic where Mickey and Gyro Gearloose are transported back to Puritan times and Gyro uses his lighter to start a fire, getting him and Mickey accused of using witchcraft.
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