Noteworthy stories that use the Mice and Ducks 'Verse:
- Andrea "Casty" Castellan
- Giorgio Cavazzano
- Byron Erickson
- César Ferioli
- Floyd Gottfredson
- Paul Murry
- Romano Scarpa
- Noel Van Horn
The Mouse and Duck comics show examples of:
- Bat Family Crossover: Not just between the Mouse and Duck parts of the franchise either. A lot of characters from the early Disney Animated Canon make cameos and appearances, either in their own stories or as guest stars in a Mouse or Duck story — or vice versa. Characters like Dumbo might show up on Gran'ma Duck's farm, Donald Duck might swap houses with The Three Little Pigs, Mickey Mouse might request the help of The Seven Dwarfs or Jiminy Cricket, and several Chip 'n Dale comics have co-starred Bambi and friends (both the young and the adult versions), as well as Br'er Fox and Br'er Bear as antagonists.
- The Dutch story 70th Heaven (reprinted in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #715) presents what's probably the biggest crossover with these characters ever, when characters from dozens of Disney works — from Basil of Baker Street to Tinker Bell, from Willie the Giant to Pedro the Plane — show up for Donald's anniversary celebration.
- Geographic Flexibility: Duckburg and Mouseton both have the exact traits any story needs them to have — in fact, if one story requires the Mice and Ducks to live in the same town, they do. (This is most notable in Scandinavian\Brazilian stories and translations, where Mickey and friends are specifically stated to live in Duckburg, just a different part of the town.)
- Modular Franchise
- Power Trio: Mickey, Donald and Goofy, when they get together.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Mickey and Donald, whenever they get together, tend to be like this, constantly bickering and trying to one-up one another (though Mickey tends to come out on top, becoming more like The Ace to Donald's Chew Toy), but at the end of the day they're still good buddies.
- Where the Hell Is Springfield?: Mouseton and Duckburg, which are a part of Calisota — which is another Springfield in its own right.
- Some hints put Duckburg near Eureka, California, which would mean that Calisota is essentially one chunk of northern California (strangely similar to the current idea for the State of Jefferson).