History ComicBook / MickeyMouseComicUniverse

5th Sep '16 2:36:10 PM rafi
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* DogFaces: Most secondary, tertiary and background characters have this.



* FarOutForeignersFavoriteFood: Eega Beeva, aka. Pittisborum Psercy Pystachi Pseter Psersimmon Plummer-Push, who eats moth balls like sweets.



** In another comic, Mickey and O'Hara are investigating some robberies when they run into the Blot walking down the street, prompting the latter to arrest him on the spot (with no evidence whatsoever). The Blot doesn't resist and firmly denies everything, which Mickey notices is not like him and thinks he may even be innocent. It turns out he did do it...however he's not actually the Phantom Blot but rather a magically summoned duplicate created by Magica DeSpell.

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** In another comic, Mickey and O'Hara are investigating some robberies when they run into the Blot walking down the street, prompting the latter to arrest him on the spot (with no evidence whatsoever). The Blot doesn't resist and firmly denies everything, which Mickey notices is not like him and thinks he may even be innocent. It turns out he did do it...however he's not actually the Phantom Blot but rather a magically summoned duplicate created by Magica DeSpell.De Spell.



** Also, there's the problem that Phantom Blot that being in jail has not stopped him from committing crimes, like the time he had a ring that accelerated his subjective time (effectively making him go into BullettTime) that he would keep outside the window in case the police searched his cell, allowing him to break out, commit his crime and come back to his cell without anyone noticing.

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** Also, there's the problem that Phantom Blot that being in jail has not stopped him from committing crimes, like the time he had a ring that accelerated his subjective time (effectively making him go into BullettTime) BulletTime) that he would keep outside the window in case the police searched his cell, allowing him to break out, commit his crime and come back to his cell without anyone noticing.
5th Sep '16 2:28:35 PM rafi
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* MirrorUniverse: In one series of comics, it's especially disconcerting in that the Phantom Blot, a ManipulativeBastard and trademark villain, is a superhero.

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In one series of comics, it's especially disconcerting in that the Phantom Blot, a ManipulativeBastard and trademark villain, is a superhero.superhero.
** In the Italy serie ''X-Mickey'' we find Mickey traveling through portals to another dimension and meeting new characters that are special for this series. Most notable is the Goofy-lookalike werewolf named Pipwolf, but we also have Manny that looks like an albino Minnie and several other characters that are recurring throughout the series.



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** There was a comic where a series of crimes is commited that seem to be the work of the Phantom Blot. Mickey goes to see him in jail, but the Blot tells him he's in jail and hasn't busted out, as the guards will testify, but he appreciates Mickey thinking of him.
** In another comic, Mickey and O'Hara are investigating some robberies when they run into the Blot walking down the street, prompting the latter to arrest him on the spot (with no evidence whatsoever). The Blot doesn't resist and firmly denies everything, which Mickey notices is not like him and thinks he may even be innocent. It turns out he did do it...however he's not actually the Phantom Blot but rather a magically summoned duplicate created by Magica DeSpell.
** With the Blot it seems to be a recurring theme. Due to him wearing disguises anyway, it is easy for various copycats to use his identity and general style for a while. There are several variations on how is this resolved. At least some having the genuine Blot being the one to take down the imitators.
** Also, there's the problem that Phantom Blot that being in jail has not stopped him from committing crimes, like the time he had a ring that accelerated his subjective time (effectively making him go into BullettTime) that he would keep outside the window in case the police searched his cell, allowing him to break out, commit his crime and come back to his cell without anyone noticing.
22nd May '16 11:18:58 AM VVK
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* MultiArmedAndDangerous: The villain dressed as Kali in "Kali's Nail" has four arms as part of the disguise and uses a gun in each. Which is odd since it's only a costume and no-one speaks of robot arms or anything.
21st May '16 1:47:44 AM Quirderph
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** There's even a story basically directly based on a detective TV series episode about a devil-worshipping serial rapist (seriously), just changing him into a serial pyromaniac, though still one in the model of your typical genius SerialKiller. The result was one of the relatively darker stories around, but nevertheless oh so much LighterAndSofter than the original.

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** There's even a story basically directly based on a detective TV series episode about a devil-worshipping serial rapist (seriously), just changing him into a serial pyromaniac, though still one in the model of your typical genius SerialKiller. It was clear that he wanted people to die in his fires, but it was never outright stated that he ever actually managed to kill anyone. Though it isn't a huge leap to make, considering that he burned down entire villages. His victims were clearly left traumatised, at any rate. The result was one of the relatively darker stories around, but nevertheless oh so much LighterAndSofter than the original.
5th May '16 12:48:52 PM VVK
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* TechnicalPacifist: The Phantom Blot cannot bear to watch someone die. Doesn't stop him from trying to kill Mickey, however.
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.
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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.
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