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Mickey Mouse.

Mickey Mouse is a series of cartoons and comics by Disney starring the titular mouse. Due to his high popularity, Mickey is used as Disney's mascot.

The series also spanned other media such as novels and videogames.

Animation

Many Mickey Mouse cartoons were produced over the years. Many of these were also released in video compilations such as The Spirit of Mickey, but these are not listed here unless they feature original footage.

Shorts

128 Mickey Mouse shorts were released in theaters, and then also in VHS, DVD and shown on TV. Three additional promotional shorts (Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees, All Together and Out of the Frying Pan Into the Firing Line) while not canonically part of the Mickey Mouse series of shorts, are considered part of the Mickey Mouse series for lack of a better classification and are listed here, bringing the total up to 131. The Mickey Mouse theahrical shorts are:

  • Steamboat Willie (November 18, 1928)
  • The Gallopin' Gaucho (December 30, 1928)
  • The Barn Dance (March 14, 1929)
  • Plane Crazy (March 17, 1929). Actually the first film produced, a silent version previewed May 15, 1928 to a test audience, but was never released to the public.
  • The Opry House (March 28, 1929)
  • When the Cat's Away (April 11, 1929)
  • The Barnyard Battle (April 25, 1929)
  • The Karnival Kid (May 23, 1929)
  • Mickey's Choo-Choo (June 20, 1929)
  • Mickey's Follies (June 26, 1929)
  • The Plow Boy (June 28, 1929)
  • The Jazz Fool (July 5, 1929)
  • Jungle Rhythm (November 15, 1929)
  • The Haunted House (December 2, 1929)
  • The Barnyard Concert (April 10, 1930)
  • Fiddling Around (April 21, 1930). Also known as Just Mickey.
  • Wild Waves (April 25, 1930)
  • The Cactus Kid (May 15, 1930)
  • The Fire Fighters (June 25, 1930)
  • The Shindig (July 29, 1930)
  • The Chain Gang (September 5, 1930)
  • The Gorilla Mystery (October 10, 1930)
  • The Picnic (October 23, 1930)
  • Pioneer Days (December 5, 1930). Also shown in Episode 26 of House of Mouse.
  • The Birthday Party (January 7, 1931)
  • Traffic Troubles (March 17, 1931)
  • The Castaway (April 6, 1931)
  • The Moose Hunt (May 3, 1931)
  • The Delivery Boy (June 13, 1931)
  • Mickey Steps Out (July 7, 1931)
  • Blue Rhythm (August 18, 1931)
  • Fishin' Around (September 25, 1931)
  • The Barnyard Broadcast (October 10, 1931)
  • The Beach Party (November 5, 1931)
  • Mickey Cuts Up (November 30, 1931)
  • Mickey's Orphans (December 9, 1931)
  • The Duck Hunt (January 28, 1932)
  • The Grocery Boy (February 11, 1932)
  • The Mad Dog (March 5, 1932)
  • The Barnyard Olympics (April 15, 1932)
  • Mickey's Revue (May 25, 1932)
  • Musical Farmer (June 9, 1932)
  • Mickey in Arabia (July 18, 1932)
  • Mickey's Nightmare (August 13, 1932)
  • Trader Mickey (August 20, 1932)
  • The Whoopee Party (September 17, 1932). Also shown in Episode 26 of House of Mouse.
  • Touchdown Mickey (October 15, 1932)
  • The Klondike Kid (November 12, 1932)
  • The Wayward Canary (November 12, 1932)
  • Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees (November 18, 1932). The first appearance of Mickey in color, it's a short cartoon showing the nominees for the 5th Academy Awards, and it might not be considered an actual part of the series. It was later adapted into the promotional short The Standard Parade, that however is not considered part of the series.
  • Mickey's Good Deed (December 17, 1932)
  • Building a Building (January 7, 1933)
  • The Mad Doctor (January 21, 1933)
  • Mickey's Pal Pluto (February 18, 1933)
  • Mickey's Mellerdrammer (March 18, 1933)
  • Ye Olden Days (April 8, 1933)
  • The Mail Pilot (May 13, 1933), based on a comic story by Floyd Gottfredson.
  • Mickey's Mechanical Man (June 17, 1933)
  • Mickey's Gala Premier (July 1, 1933). A short featuring caricatures of dozens of celebrities. Some of these appear in-character, such as Charlie Chaplin dressed as his most famous character, the Tramp, but these still only count as real life cameos, characterized to be more recognizeable.
  • Puppy Love (September 2, 1933)
  • The Steeple Chase (September 30, 1933)
  • The Pet Store (October 28, 1933)
  • Giantland (November 25, 1933)
  • Shanghaied (January 13, 1934)
  • Camping Out (February 17, 1934)
  • Playful Pluto (March 3, 1934)
  • Gulliver Mickey (May 19, 1934)
  • Mickey's Steam Roller (June 16, 1934)
  • Orphan's Benefit (August 11, 1934)
  • Mickey Plays Papa (September 29, 1934)
  • The Dognapper (November 17, 1934)
  • Two-Gun Mickey (December 15, 1934)
  • Mickey's Man Friday (January 19, 1935)
  • The Band Concert (February 23, 1935). The first actual color cartoon in the Mickey Mouse series.
  • Mickey's Service Station (March 16, 1935)
  • Mickey's Kangaroo (April 13, 1935). Last black & white Mickey Mouse short until the 2013 Get a Horse!.
  • Mickey's Garden (July 13, 1935). The first regular color cartoon in the series.
  • Mickey's Fire Brigade (August 3, 1935)
  • Pluto's Judgement Day (August 31, 1935)
  • On Ice (September 28, 1935)
  • Mickey's Polo Team (January 4, 1936). Another short featuring caricatures of real life celebrities.
  • Orphan's Picnic (February 15, 1936)
  • Mickey's Grand Opera (March 7, 1936)
  • Thru the Mirror (April 30, 1936)
  • Mickey's Rival (June 20, 1936)
  • Moving Day (June 20, 1936)
  • Alpine Climbers (July 25, 1936)
  • Mickey's Circus (August 1, 1936)
  • Donald and Pluto (September 12, 1936) The only short in which Mickey does not appear.
  • Mickey's Elephant (October 10, 1936). A short based on the comic strip arc Mickey Mouse and Bobo the Elephant.
  • The Worm Turns (January 2, 1937)
  • Magician Mickey (February 6, 1937)
  • Moose Hunters (February 20, 1937)
  • Mickey's Amateurs (April 17, 1937)
  • Hawaiian Holiday (September 25, 1937)
  • Clock Cleaners (October 16, 1937)
  • Lonesome Ghosts (December 25, 1937)
  • Boat Builders (February 25, 1938)
  • Mickey's Trailer (May 6, 1938)
  • The Whalers (August 19, 1938)
  • Mickey's Parrot (September 9, 1938)
  • Brave Little Tailor (September 24, 1938)
  • Society Dog Show (February 3, 1939)
  • Mickey's Surprise Party (February 18, 1939). First cartoon featuring Mickey's (and Minnie's) updated look, with small but detailed eyes and skin-colored face, rather than white.
  • The Pointer (July 21, 1939).
  • Tugboat Mickey (April 26, 1940)
  • Pluto's Dream House (August 30, 1940)
  • Mr. Mouse Takes a Trip (November 1, 1940)
  • The Little Whirlwind (February 14, 1941)
  • A Gentleman's Gentleman (March 28, 1941)
  • Canine Caddy (May 30, 1941)
  • The Nifty Nineties (June 20, 1941)
  • Orphans' Benefit (August 12, 1941). Remake of Orphan's Benefit from 1934.
  • Lend a Paw (October 3, 1941). Remake of Mickey's Pal Pluto from 1933.
  • All Together (January 13, 1942). A World War II propaganda short reusing animation from The Band Concert, it's not actually part of the series.
  • Mickey's Birthday Party (February 7, 1942)
  • Symphony Hour (March 20, 1942)
  • Out of the Frying Pan Into the Firing Line (July 30, 1942). A World War II propaganda short starring Minnie and Pluto, not actually part of the series. Mickey only makes a cameo in a picture.
  • Pluto and the Armadillo (February 19, 1943)
  • Squatter's Rights (June 7, 1946)
  • Mickey's Delayed Date (October 3, 1947)
  • Mickey Down Under (March 19, 1948)
  • Mickey and the Seal (December 3, 1948). Also shown in Episode 24 of House of Mouse.
  • R'coon Dawg (August 10, 1951)
  • Pluto's Party (September 19, 1952)
  • Pluto's Christmas Tree (November 21, 1952)
  • The Simple Things (April 18, 1953)
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (October 20, 1983)
  • The Prince and the Pauper (November 16, 1990)
  • Runaway Brain (August 8, 1995)
  • Get a Horse! (November 27, 2013). A black and white cartoon in the style of the 20s and 30s cartoons.

Additionally, 40 more shorts were created specifically for TV within Mickey Mouse's TV shows (see below), bringing the total of Mickey Mouse shorts up to 171.

Feature films and specials

  • Mickey and the Beanstalk (September 27, 1947), originally released as the second half of the film Fun and Fancy Free. Stand-alone versions of the film were released, one in 1963, narrated by Ludwig Von Drake in the TV series Walt Disney's Wonderful World of Color, and another one narrated by Sterling Holloway for anthology TV shows such as Good Morning, Mickey!
  • On Vacation with Mickey Mouse and Friends (March 7, 1956), a TV special hosted by Jiminy Cricket, including various vacation-themed shorts from the past.
  • Mickey's 60th Birthday (November 13, 1988), a TV special broadcasted on The Magical World of Disney.
  • Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas (November 9, 1999), a direct-to-video Christmas movie featuring three segments.
  • Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse (November 6, 2001), a direct-to-video Christmas special from the House of Mouse series.
  • Mickey's House of Villains (September 3, 2002), a second direct-to-video special from the House of Mouse series.
  • Mickey, Donald and Goofy: The Three Musketeers (August 17, 2004), a direct-to-DVD movie.
  • Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (November 9, 2004), a follow-up to Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas filmed in CGI.
  • Duck the Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special (December 9, 2016), a Christmas special for the Mickey Mouse TV series.
  • The Scariest Story Ever: A Mickey Mouse Halloween Spooktacular (October, 2017), a Halloween special for the Mickey Mouse TV series.

TV series

Mickey's debut in TV was in The Mickey Mouse Club, a variety show that aired intermittently from 1955 to 1996 in 14 seasons for a total of 360 episodes. Specifically episode 1 aired on October 3, 1955 and episode 360 aired on March 7, 1996. Note that the show itself is not fiction, and therefore not an actual part of the Mickey Mouse fictional series, however the introduction to the show can be considered since it features Mickey Mouse along with many other characters from his stories, as well as guests, singing the Mickey Mouse March. This song also became Mickey's official theme.

Many series of Mickey cartoons aired on TV, the first few being compilations of previous shorts, such as Good Morning, Mickey! (1983-1990) and Mickey's Mouse Tracks (1992-1994). Original series are:

  • Mickey Mouse Works, a compilation of new shorts that aired in two seasons from May 1, 1999 to December 9, 2000 for a total of 27 episodes. It includes Mickey Mouse shorts as well as other character's. A total of 30 original Mickey short aired and are specifically:
    • Mickey to the Rescue: Train Tracks (May 1, 1999) in Episode 1 and then in Episode 20 of House of Mouse.
    • Roller Coaster Painters (May 1, 1999) in Episode 1 and then in Episode 19 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey's New Car (May 8, 1999) in Episode 2 and then in Episode 18 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Airplane Kit (May 15, 1999) in Episode 3 and then in Episode 35 of House of Mouse.
    • Turkey Catchers (May 15, 1999) in Episode 3 and then in Episode 44 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Organ Donors (May 22, 1999) in Episode 4 and then in Episode 48 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey's Mistake (May 22, 1999) in Episode 4 and then in Episode 8 of House of Mouse.
    • Around the World in Eighty Days (June 5, 1999) in Episode 6 and then in Episode 30 of House of Mouse.
    • Sandwich Makers (June 12, 1999 ) in Episode 7 and then in Episode 31 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey to the Rescue: Staircase (June 19, 1999) in Episode 8 and again in Episode 14 and then in Episode 4 of House of Mouse.
    • Hansel and Gretel (September 11, 1999) in Episode 9 and again in Episode 14 and then in Episode 50 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Mechanical House (September 11, 1999) in Episode 9 and again in Episode 14 and then in Episode 51 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Piano Lesson (September 18, 1999) in Episode 10 and then in Episode 52 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey to the Rescue: Cage and Cannons (September 25, 1999) in Episode 11 and then in Episode 6 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Remedy (September 25, 1999) in Episode 11 and then in Episode 47 of House of Mouse.
    • A Midsummer Night's Dream (September 25, 1999) in Episode 11 and then in Episode 44 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey Tries to Cook (October 2, 1999) in Episode 12 and then in Episode 51 of House of Mouse.
    • Topsy Turvy Town (October 2, 1999) in Episode 12 and then in Episode 14 of House of Mouse.
    • The Nutcracker (October 23, 1999) in Episode 13 and then in Episode 45 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey Foils the Phantom Blot (November 7, 1999) in Episode 15 and then in Episode 29 of House of Mouse.
    • Locksmiths (January 22, 2000) in Episode 17 and then in Episode 23 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey's Rival Returns (February 5, 2000) in Episode 18 and then in Episode 20 of House of Mouse. A follow-up to the 1936 short Mickey's Rival.
    • Mickey and the Seagull (February 5, 2000) in Episode 18 and again in Episode 23 and then in Episode 35 of House of Mouse.
    • Car Washers (February 19, 2000) in Episode 19 and then in Episode 18 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey's Mixed Nuts (February 26, 2000) in Episode 20 and then in Episode 44 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Mix-Up (September 16, 2000) in Episode 24 and then in Episode 17 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Christmas Chaos (September 16, 2000) in Episode 24 and then in Episode 46 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Cabin (September 23, 2000) in Episode 25 and again in Episode 5 of House of Mouse.
    • Mickey's Answering Service (September 30, 2000) in Episode 26 and then in Episode 36 of House of Mouse. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey's Big Break (September 30, 2000) in Episode 26 and then in Episode 12 of House of Mouse.
  • Disney's House of Mouse, or simply House of Mouse, an animated series that aired in three seasons from January 13, 2001 to December 24, 2003 for a total of 52 episodes. It features Mickey and other characters from his stories running a night club called the "House of Mouse", which is attended by characters from many past Disney movies. During each episode cartoon shorts are also shown, mostly the ones from Mickey Mouse Works and some new ones, but also some classic ones are occasionally shown. A total of 10 original Mickey cartoons aired and are:
    • Hickory Dickory Mickey (January 13, 2001) in Episode 1.
    • Pit Crew (March 10, 2001) in Episode 7. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey's Mountain (March 17, 2001) in Episode 9.
    • Big House Mickey (March 17, 2001) in Episode 9.
    • Mickey's April Fools (March 31, 2001) in Episode 11.
    • Mickey and the Color Caper (January 26, 2002) in Episode 22. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Mickey and the Goat Man (May 18, 2002) in Episode 26. A black and white cartoon in the style of the 20s and 30s cartoons.
    • Pinball Mickey (September 9, 2002) in Episode 28.
    • Housesitters (September 9, 2002) in Episode 28. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
    • Babysitters (October 1, 2003) in Episode 42. A Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoon.
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, a CGI animated series intended for preschoolers which aired from May 5, 2006 and continues on to this day. Some minor other series followed:
    • Mickey Mousekersize, that aired from February 14, 2011 to February 23, 2011 in 10 episodes.
    • Mickey's World Record Animals, that aired from February 14, 2011 to May 8, 2012 in 8 episodes.
    • Where's Pluto, animated shorts of approx 1-2 minutes long.
  • Mickey Mouse, a series of shorts in a character design reminiscent of the 20s and 30s cartoons, that premiered on June 28, 2013 and currently counts 61 episodes plus two specials (listed above).
  • Mickey and the Roadster Racers, a tv series that premiered on January 15, 2017 and currently counts 13 episodes of two segments each.

Many other TV specials and documentaries aired with the guest appearance of Mickey Mouse, such as The Walt Disney Story (1973), but these are generally not considered fiction.

Publications

Comics

Thousands of Mickey Mouse comic stories were published around the world over the years. Following is an exhaustive overview on all of Mickey Mouse's comic publications. Many of them were often reprinted in various countries in various formats, but we only list the original release of each story, ignoring reprints.
(stories are American when not noted otherwise)

main comics

  • Daily comic strips (January 13, 1930 - July 29, 1995): The first Mickey Mouse comics were published in the form of comic strips on North American daily newspapers. Stories are divided in arcs, though one-page stories would start being published between story arcs at some point. Publication of original stories stopped in 1995, and after that only old stories were reprinted on newspapers. Notable story arcs are:
    • Lost on a Desert Island (January 13, 1930 - March 31, 1930): the first story arc, and first Mickey Mouse comic story in general, it also included a comic adaptation of the short Plane Crazy. Among its many reprints is notable the Italian Topolino e i cannibali (March 15, 1934), which added an original strip to correct a continuity error.
    • Pluto the Pup (July 8, 1931 - July 18, 1931): a story arc telling how Mickey first met Pluto.
    • The Mail Pilot (February 27, 1933 - June 10, 1933): based on the animated short of the same name.
    • Mickey Mouse and Bobo the Elephant (July 30, 1934 - October 13, 1934): an arc introducing Mickey's Elephant.
    • The Plumber's Helper (July 2, 1938 - December 10, 1938): featuring the first appearance of Detective Casey, that later became a recurring character in the series.
    • Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot (May 20, 1939 - September 9, 1939): introducing the Phantom Blot and Chief O'Hara, recurring characters in the series.
    • An Education for Thursday (January 15, 1940), collectively reprinted as Four Color Comic No.268 - Mickey Mouse's Surprise Visitor in March 1950.
    • Trailer Trouble (June 3, 1946 - June 15, 1946), a story based on the movie short of the same name.
    • The Man of Tomorrow (September 22, 1947 - December 27, 1947): introducing Eega Beeva, recurring character in the series.
    • Mickey Mouse & Friends (September 1, 1958 - March 17, 1962): series of comic strips without continuity between them, with various characters beside Mickey as protagonists (which would seldom happen in regular strips), mostly Pluto, Goofy, Minnie, Morty and Ferdie. Occasionally some minor recurring characters get to be the protagonist in a few strips. After the end of this arc, strips focusing on characters other than Mickey become more popular in the series.
  • Sunday pages (January 10, 1932 - April 21, 1991): Mickey Mouse comics were also published on sunday newspaper pages in North America starting in 1932, with stories independent from the daily strips, although it may happen after some years that a popular character initially from either the daily or sunday strips, would be used in the other series of strips. initially telling one-page stories without any continuity, the Sunday strips were then organazied in arcs, still independent from the daily ones; occasionally one-page stories would also be published between story arcs. Notable story arcs are:
    • Dan, the Dogcatcher (July 31, 1932 - August 28, 1932): the first story arc in Sunday comic pages.
    • Mickey's Nephews (September 18, 1932 - November 6, 1932): introducing Mickey's nephews Morty and Ferdie, that later became recurring characters in the series.
  • Mickey Mouse Annual (1930 - 1946): comic book published annually in United Kingdom for 13 years, it includes original Mickey Mouse short stories (1 or 2 pages).
  • Topolino on Il Popolo di Roma (April 16, 1931 - August 6, 1931): on 11 issues of the Italian newspaper Il Popolo di Roma, were published original Mickey Mouse one-page stories (Topolino being Mickey Mouse's Italian name).
  • Topolino (December 31, 1932 - April 9, 1949): first Italian weekly magazine dedicated to Mickey Mouse, it ran for 738 issues. It includes original one-page stories, initially both his as well as well as of original characters, but later only Mickey Mouse stories were included. Due to copyright problems, issues 3 to 6 only featured original characters' stories, including Mickey's replacement Topo Lino ("Lino the Mouse", rather than Topolino, "little mouse").
  • Mickey Mouse Magazine (November 1933 - September 1940): first American monthly Mickey Mouse magazine, it usually includes reprints of daily strips, but occasionally features original stories as well.
  • Mickey Mouse Weekly (February 8, 1936 - December 28, 1957): first weekely Mickey Mouse magazine in United Kingdom, it includes both reprints from American stories as well as original strips and short stories.
  • Mickey Mouse Holiday Special (November 1936 - November 22, 1939): comic book published annually in United Kingdom for 4 years, it includes some original illustrastions and short strips.
  • Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (October 1940 - June 22, 2011): monthly comic that ran for 720 issues, including initially only reprints of older stories, then started also having original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Mickey Mouse's Good-Neighbor Page (December 1942 - May 1945): miniseries of comic pages published in North America on the magazine "Good Housekeeping", most stories were actually Donald Duck's; only Mickey Mouse stories were "Pluto and the Armadillo", based on the animated short, and "The Cold-Blooded Penguin", where Mickey reads the story of the titular penguin to Morty & Ferdie.
  • Four Color Comic No.27 - Mickey Mouse (1943): first Mickey Mouse comic by Dell including original stories.
  • New Tales from Old Mother Goose (October 1943 - September 1944): series of one-page stories based on classic tales starring Mickey Mouse characters, published on the magazine Good Housekeeping.
  • Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (December 1943): christmas special issue of Walt Disney's Comics and Stories, includes stories "Mickey Mouse The Christmas Hero" and "Mickey's Party", along with other characters' stories.
  • Four Color Comic No.79 - Mickey Mouse in the Riddle of the Red Hat (1945)
  • Mickey and Donald: Merry Christmas from Firestone Dealers and Stories (December 1945 - December 1949): Christmas give-away comic including original Mickey Mouse stories and Donald Duck stories (two numbers were published in 1943 and 1944 respectively, but only including reprints of old stories).
  • Albi d'oro (May 18, 1946 - December 1, 1956): this Italian comic usually includes old stories, but occasionally features original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Four Color Comic No.116 - Mickey Mouse and The House of Many Mysteries (August 1946)
  • Four Color Comic No.141 - Mickey Mouse and The Submarine Pirates (March 1947)
  • Four Color Comic No.157 - Mickey Mouse and the Beanstalk (July 1947): including a story based on the animated short of the same name, and another original story.
  • Four Color Comic No.170 - Mickey Mouse On Spook's Island (November 1947)
  • Boys' and Girls' March of Comics (1947 - 1951): series of comic books including original Mickey Mouse stories as well as Donald Duck stories.
  • Four Color Comic No.194 - Mickey Mouse in The World Under the Sea (August 1948)
  • Four Color Comic No.214 - Mickey Mouse and His Sky Adventure (February 1949)
  • Topolino (April 1949 - Ongoing): comic book replacing the Topolino magazine, originally released monthly, it then became weekly and it currently counts over 3200 issues, being the longest running Disney comic in the world. It originally included mostly reprints of old stories, and only occasionally original stories, but eventually started including mostly original stories, and then exclusively original stories, with only occasional exceptions.
  • Four Color Comic No.231 - Mickey Mouse and The Rajah's Treasure (June 1949)
  • Four Color Comic No.248 - Mickey Mouse and The Black Sorcerer (October 1949)
  • Mickey Mouse on Dell comics: aside from comics titled after Mickey Mouse, some original stories of his also appeared on other anthological comics by Dell; these are:
    • Mickey Mouse on Walt Disney's Christmas Parade (November 1949 - October 1962): annual Christmas comics including original stories.
    • Mickey Mouse on Walt Disney's Vacation Parade (July 1950 - July 1954): annual comics including original stories.
    • Mickey Mouse in The Brave Little Tailor (September 1952): story published on Silly Symphonies #1.
    • Mickey Mouse and Goofy on Donald Duck Beach Party (July 1956 - August 1959): four stories published on Donald Duck Beach Party #3-6.
    • Mickey Mouse: Adventures With Robin Hood (August 1956): story based on the comic strip arc The Robin Hood Adventure, published on Silly Symphonies #6.
    • Mickey and Goofy: The Iron Horse to Lonesome Gulch (December 1957): story published on Christmas in Disneyland.
    • Fantasyland: Mickey and Goofy in The Captured Castle (August 1958): story published on Vacation in Disneyland.
    • Mickey, Minnie and Goofy in Sub Safari (August 1959): story published on Four Color Comic No.1025 - Vacation in Disneyland.
    • Mickey Mouse in The Tunnel of Hidden Treasure (August 1959): story published on Walt Disney's Summer Fun.
    • Mickey and Goofy: Blizzard Bandit (June 1960): story published on Dell Giant #30 - Disneyland, USA.
    • Mickey Mouse: On With The Show (December 1960): story published on Dell Giant #39 - Merry Christmas.
    • Mickey and Minnie: The Big Canvas Caper (November 1961): story published on Dell Giant #52 - Donald Duck and His Nephews: Dude Ranch.
    • Mickey and Goofy: All Steamed Up (September 1961): story published on Dell Giant #55 - Daisy Duck and Uncle Scrooge: Showboat.
    • Mickey Mouse: The Party Panic (December 1961): story published on Dell Giant #53 - Donald Duck: Merry Christmas.
  • Four Color Comic No.261 - Mickey Mouse and The Missing Key (January 1950)
  • Four Color Comic No.268 - Mickey Mouse's Surprise Visitor (March 1950): including the comic strip arc An Education for Thursday as a single story.
  • Four Color Comic No.279 - Mickey and Pluto Battle the Giant Ants (June 1950)
  • Four Color Comic No.286 - Mickey Mouse and The Uninvited Guest (August 1950)
  • Four Color Comic No.296 - Mickey Mouse in Private Eye For Hire (October 1950)
  • Mickey Magazine (October 14, 1950 - September 24, 1959): Belgian comic series, occasionally including original stories, it ran for 468 issues.
  • Four Color Comic No.304 - Mickey Mouse in Tom-tom Island (December 1950)
  • Four Color Comic No.313 - Mickey Mouse in The Mystery of the Double-Cross Ranch (February 1951)
  • Four Color Comic No.325 - Mickey Mouse in The Haunted Castle (April 1951)
  • Four Color Comic No.334 - Mickey Mouse and Yukon Gold (June 1951)
  • Four Color Comic No.343 - Mickey Mouse in The Ruby Eye of Homar-Guy-Am (August 1951)
  • Four Color Comic No.352 - Mickey Mouse: The Mystery at Painted Valley (October 1951)
  • Four Color Comic No.362 - Mickey Mouse and The Smuggled Diamonds (December 1951)
  • Four Color Comic No.371 - Mickey Mouse: The Inca Idol Case (February 1952)
  • Four Color Comic No.387 - Mickey Mouse in High Tibet (April 1952)
  • Four Color Comic No.401 - Mickey Mouse and Goofy's Mechanical Wizard (June 1952)
  • Le Journal de Mickey (June 1, 1952 - Ongoing): French weekly magazine occasionally including original stories.
  • Four Color Comic No.411 - Mickey Mouse and The Old Sea Dog (August 1952)
  • Four Color Comic No.427 - Mickey Mouse and The Wonderful Whizzix (October 1952)
  • Mickey Mouse on Donald Duck (October 25, 1952 - Ongoing): the Dutch magazine Donald Duck occasionally includes original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Mickey Mouse (December 1952 - June 15, 2011): series of Mickey Mouse comics by Dell, the numbering starts at 28, since it's considered a continuation of previous Mickey Mouse comics in the Four Color Comic series; it ends at #309, but only issues up to 210 (February 1981) include original stories; it's retitled Mickey Mouse and Friends starting at issue 257.
  • Mickey Mouse on Picnic Party (July 1955 - July 1957): annual comics including original Mickey Mouse stories (as well as other series' stories).
  • Mickey Mouse in Frontierland (May 1956): comic book including six stories set in the old west. Two of them are Mickey Mouse stories, while the other four are other characters stories.
  • Almanacco Topolino (January 1, 1957 - December 1984): Italian comic including reprints of old stories, as well as a new story in each issue; it ends at #336, but the numbering continues on Mega Almanacco; a new series also started later, but it only included reprints of old stories.
  • Mickey Mouse in Fantasyland (May 1957): comic book including six fantasy stories. Two of them are Mickey Mouse stories, while the other four are other characters stories.
  • Four Color Comic No.819 - Mickey Mouse in Magic Land (July 1957)
  • Four Color Comic No.814 - Covered Wagons, Ho! (July 1957): comic including a story starring Mickey Mouse characters as well as Donald Duck characters.
  • Mickey Mouse Almanac (December 1957): comic book including eleven short stories. One of them is a Mickey Mouse story titled January Jimjams, while the other four are other characters stories.
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse (January 4, 1958 - January 17, 1959): British magazine serving as a continuation to Mickey Mouse Weekly, it includes original Mickey Mouse strips.
  • Donald and Mickey in Disneyland (May 1958): comic book including various crossover stories.
  • Mickey Mouse Summer Fun (August 1958): comic book including original Mickey Mouse stories as well as other character's stories.
  • Disneyland Birthday Party (October 1958): comic book set in Disneyland, starring Mickey Mouse characters.
  • Walt Disney's Weekly (January 26, 1959 - April 24, 1961): British magazine replacing Mickey Mouse Weekly, it still often includes original Mickey Mouse strips and short stories.
  • Four Color Comic No.1057 - Mickey Mouse Album (November 1959)
  • Four Color Comic No.1151 - Mickey Mouse Album (December 1960)
  • Dell Giant #47 - Mickey and Donald in Vacationland (August 1961)
  • Four Color Comic No.1246 - Mickey Mouse Album (November 1961)
  • Dell one shots #518 - Mickey Mouse Album (August 1962)
  • Jumbobog (May 28, 1968 - Ongoing): Danish comic occasionally including original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Walt Disney Comics Digest (June 1968 - February 1976): series of comics often including original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Mickey Mouse Surprise Party (October 1968), reprinted in November 1978 as Walt Disney Showcase #47.
  • Topolino allo Zecchino D'Oro (1969), Italian comic including stories based on the winning songs from previous edition of the song festival "Lo Zecchino D'Oro".
  • The Imaginary Trip (June 1972): story published on Uncle Scrooge #99.
  • Walt Disney Showcase #38 - Mickey and the Sleuth (April 1977)
  • Walt Disney Showcase #42 - Mickey and the Sleuth (July 1977): only including old stories.
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (October 3, 1982 - December 26, 1982): series comic strips in the Walt Disney's Treasury of Classic Tales series.
  • Topolino Più (April 1983 - January 1984): Italian series of hardcover comics, it ran for 10 issues; issues 2, 3, 6 and 8 include original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Mega Almanacco (January 1985 - January 2008): Italian comic including reprints of old stories, as well as a new story in each issue; it's a continuation of Almanacco Topolino, starting at #337, the title later changes into Mega 3000 and then Disney Mega finally ending at #613, counting 277 issues.
  • Mickey Mouse Adventures (June 1990 - November 1991): series of comics including old stories plus a new Mickey Mouse story in almost every issue, it ends at #18; a new series started in 2004, but it only includes old stories or stories from other countries).
  • The Prince and the Pauper (November 1990): comic book based on the short.
  • Topomistery (May 1991 - February 2000): Italian series of comics including mistery Mickey Mouse stories from Topolino plus a "new" story in every issue, most times being a story from another country never published before in Italy, starting from issue 38 (July 1, 1995) it includes an original story in each issue; it ends at issue 73.
  • Cartoon Tales #4 - Mickey & Minnie; Mystery in Mouseton (September 1991)
  • Walt Disney presenta Topolino (May 1992): Italian comic book including old Mickey Mouse stories plus an original one.
  • Le Journal de Mickey Aventure (December 29, 1993 - December 13, 1995): French magazine including adventure stories starring mostly Mickey Mouse and Indiana Goof from the Italian Topolino, each issue also includes an original Mickey Mouse short story.
  • The Perils of Mickey: Return to Blaggard Castle (August 1993): sequel to the comic strip arc Blaggard Castle published on Disney Adventures #3-10.
  • Mickey's Toontown (February 1994): story published on Disney Adventures #4-04.
  • Donald Duck and Mickey Mouse (September 1995 - September 1996): comic book including both old stories and original ones; ends at #7.
  • Ridi Topolino (March 1997 - February 1999): Italian magazine that ran for 13 issues, it includes old stories and comic strips, as well as a new story in each issue. All 13 original stories were published together on April 28, 2017 in a single book titled Le grandi storie di Ridi Topolino, also including an original intro comic.
  • MM - Mickey Mouse Mystery Magazine (May 1999 - March 2001): Italian magazine including noir Mickey Mouse stories, the first issue is #0, followed by issues 1 to 11.
  • Topolino e l'imperatore d'America (March 2001): story published on the Italian celebrative book Tutto Disney #18 - Carl Barks l'Uomo dei Paperi.
  • Disney's Tall Tails (January 2002 - March 2003): series of comic pages starring Mickey, Donald and Goofy published on Disney Adventures.
  • X-Mickey (May 2002 - October 2004): Italian magazine including horror Mickey Mouse stories, the first issue is #1000 and then the numbering goes backwards; it ends at #972 for a total of 29 issues. Additional X-Mickey stories were published on Topolino starting with #3154 (May 10, 2016).
  • Topolino - Paperino - Pippo: I Tre Moschettieri e altre storie di cappa e spada (September 2004): Italian comic book including an original story based on the cartooon Mickey, Donald and Goofy: The Three Musketeers, plus some old stories.
  • Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas (November 2004): Comic based on the movie.
  • Epic Mickey (December 15, 2010): Comic based on the videogame, first published in France and then in other countries.
  • Topolino, Pluto e la gita in montagna (May 2010): story published on the Italian magazine Più Disney #47 - Extralarge XL Disney

minor comics

  • Mickys Rosenmontag (February 14, 1931): first German original Mickey Mouse strip, it was published on the magazine Kölnische Illustrierte Zeitung, which usually only included American stories.
  • Mickey Mouse Chapter (December 1932 - March 1933): Short Mickey Mouse comic strip story published on International DeMolay Cordon.
  • Miki on Veseli Cetvrak (April 7, 1932 - May 5, 1932): on some issues of the Slovene magazine Veseli Cetvrak were published some original one-page stories of Mickey Mouse (doubt officiality).
  • Dennison's Mickey Mouse Comic Strip Christmas Seals (1933 ?): two promotional Mickey Mouse Christmas strips.
  • Musse Pigg-Tidningen (1937-1938): Swedish magazine including original Mickey Mouse strips.
  • Hufvudstadsbladet (February 5, 1938 - May 3, 1938): Finnish magazine including original Mickey Mouse strips.
  • Mickey Mouse - Visibility is what counts! (May 18, 1939): original comic page on the American magazine Printer's Ink X.
  • The Australian Women's Weekly (1943): Australian magazine featuring an original Mickey Mouse comic strip.
  • Dumbo Historietas Comicas (1947): Spanish comic usually including reprints, some original Mickey Mouse pages were also published.
  • Mickey and Donald in A feather in his cap (1947): promotional comic for Los Angeles Area Community Chest.
  • Cheerios Premiums (1947): little promotional Disney comics given with Cheerios cereals, four of them are Mickey Mouse comics.
  • Chicles Tabay (1947): series of promotional strips published on the Spanish magazine Dumbo Historietas Comicas.
  • Santa Claus Land (December 1947): story published on Four Color Comic No.178 - Donald Duck: Christmas on Bear Mountain.
  • Mickey Mouse shows Morty why he should fill his advent Mite Box! (1948): promotional story printed by New York Protestant Episcopal City Mission.
  • Los Angeles Examiner #480315 (March 15, 1948): newspaper including an special strip featuring Mickey Mouse characters wishing a happy anniversary to film columnist Louella Parsons.
  • Mickey Mouse and Goofy in Special Delivery (December 1948): comic story published on "Four Color Comic No.203 - Donald Duck in The Golden Christmas Tree".
  • Kul med Kalle Anka och Co. (1950): Swedish comic book featuring original Disney stories, including Mickey Mouse's Jan Långben bygger sig ett hus.
  • Wheaties Premiums (1950-1951): little promotional Disney comics, eight of them are Mickey Mouse comics.
  • Mickey (October 1952 - Ongoing): Brazilian comic including mostly stories from other countries, it occasionally also included original stories.
  • Almanacco Topolino 1954 - Albi d'oro #50 (December 13, 1953): comic book including 5 old stories, but also some original pages linking them together.
  • Cheerios 3-D Giveaways (1954): 24 little promotional Disney comics given with Cheerios cereals, half of them are Mickey Mouse comics.
  • Mickey: El barón de Munchhausen (August 2, 1955): 3D story published on the Argentinian magazine El Pato Donald # 573.
  • Mickey Mouse Club Parade (December 1955): Comic book including a story starring Mickey and the Mouseketeers from the The Mickey Mouse Club; it also includes old stories and a remake of the comic strip arc "Mickey Mouse Outwits the Phantom Blot".
  • Mickey Mouse and the Case of the Elusive "Someone" (1956): promotional story published on United Community Funds.
  • Mickey fait le ménage (1957): French comic story with LP record.
  • Mickey au tour de France (June 19, 1958): comic strip published on the Belgian magazine Mickey Magazine #402.
  • Mickey et le satellite (1960): French comic by Hachette.
  • Mickey Mouse and Goofy: Bicep Bungle (1962): little promotional comic given with Fritos chips.
  • Wonderful World of Disney (1969-1970): promotional magazine including mostly articles and old stories, it also occasionally includes original Mickey Mouse strips. The last issue exceptionally includes an original Mickey Mouse story.
  • Walt Disney Story (1970): series of notebooks by Pigna also including original comic strips, three of them include Mickey Mouse comic strips.
  • Almanaque Disney (December 4, 1970): Brazilian magazine seldom including original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Topolino 1000 (January 26, 1975): special limited edition comic to celebrate the 1000th issue of the Italian magazine Topolino, for the most part reserved to advertising agents and companies.
  • O Estranho Fenômeno Do Encolhimento (June 1976): story published on the Brazilian comic Tio Patinhas #131.
  • Mickey and Goofy Explore Energy (1976): promotional comic by Exxon.
  • Mickey and Goofy Explore Energy Conservation (1978): promotional comic by Exxon.
  • Mickey and Goofy Explore Business (1978): promotional comic by Exxon.
  • Mickey Parade (January 1980 - Ongoing): French magazine seldom including original Mickey Mouse short comics and strips, currently counting over 340 issues, starting at #265 it's retitled Mickey Parade Géant.
  • Topolino Medium (1981): special limited edition promotional comic reserved to advertising agents and companies.
  • Mickey Jeux (June 1982 - 2009): French magazine including games and puzzles, as well as, occasionally, some original Mickey Mouse strips; it ran for 146 issues.
  • Disney giochi (April 1983 - December 1987): Italian magazine including games and puzzles, as well as, occasionally, some original Mickey Mouse strips; it ran for 57 issues.
  • Mickey and Goofy Explore the Universe of Energy (1985): promotional comic by Exxon.
  • Disney enigmistica (February 1992 - June 2013): Italian magazine including games and puzzles, as well as some Mickey Mouse strips, usually old ones, but also occasionally some original ones; it ran for 136 issues.
  • The Perils of Mickey (1993): promotional comic book including remakes of 30s Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Topolino Sport (1993 - 1994): series of sport comics given with the Italian magazine Il Corriere dello Sport, most times including original Mickey Mouse (or Donald Duck) stories; it ran for 21 issues.
  • Topomistery - Le indagini di Topolino (1994): Italian comic included with the Topomistery board game, based on the comic book, it includes 12 original Mickey Mouse stories, used as part of the game.
  • Topolino Adventure (March 1995 - May 1998): Italian comic book including old stories, it also includes an original Mickey Mouse quiz-story in each issue; it ran for 20 issues.
  • Disney MEGAzine (February 23, 1997 - August 22, 1998): Italian magazine including mostly old comic strips, but occasionally also some original ones; it ran for 78 issues.
  • Omaggio a Federico Fellini (July 1997): comic strip published on the Italian magazine I Maestri Disney #4 - Giorgio Cavazzano.
  • Topolino e gli incontri ravvicinati (May 30, 2005): comic page published on the Italian magazine I Maestri Disney #30 - Marco Rota.
  • Topogeo (1999): Italian series of 60 educational volumes, also including original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Space Hoppers! (November 21, 1999 - November 26, 2000): series of comic pages starring Mickey, Donald and Goofy published on the British magazine Disney's Planet! given with the Sunday Telegraph; 54 episodes were published from issue 53 to the end of the magazine at issue 106.
  • Scoprire la pittura (2002): Italian book about painting, it also includes original Mickey Mouse short stories.
  • Wizards of Mickey II - Preludio alle tenebre (April 21, 2007): promotional comic strip published on the Italian magazine TV Sorrisi & Canzoni #07017.
  • Biciscuola (2009): Italian promotional comic book including some original Mickey Mouse stories.
  • Disney Cuties (January 2010 - November 2010): little comics given with the Disney Cuties figurines.
  • Topostorie Disney (June 2014 - ongoing): Italian comic book reprinting old stories, but also including some original pages in between them, tying them together. Issue #2 and many later ones include Mickey Mouse stories.

Books

Many children books were published featuring Mickey Mouse characters. These include:

  • The Adventures of Mickey Mouse (1931)
  • Mickey Mouse Story Book (1931)
  • Mickey Mouse Illustrated Movie Stories (1931)
  • Mickey Mouse Pictures to Paint (1931)
  • Mickey Mouse Stories (1934)
  • Mickey Mouse the Detective (1934)
  • Mickey Mouse and Bobo the Elephant (1935). Based on the comic strip story Bobo the Elephant.
  • Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and All Their Pals (1937)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Pirate Submarine (1939)
  • Here They Are (1940)
  • Mickey Mouse, Bellboy Detective (1940)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Magic Lamp (1942)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Dude Ranch Bandit (1943)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Lazy Daisy Mystery (1947)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Boy Thursday (1948)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Desert Palace (1948)
  • Mickey Mouse and the Stolen Jewels (1949)
  • Mickey Mouse's Picnic (1950), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse and His Spaceship (1952), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse Flies the Christmas Mail (1956), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse and the Missing Mouseketeers (1956), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Outer Space (1968)
  • Mickey Mouse, Brave Little Tailor (1969), Disney Read-Along Record and Book. Based on the movie short, it features Mickey's updated design.
  • Mickey and the Beanstalk (1970), a Disney Read-Along Record and Book based on the movie.
  • Surprise for Mickey Mouse (1972), Little Golden Book.
  • Walt Disney's Favorite Nursery Tales: The Gingerbread Man and the Golden Goose (1973)
  • Mickey Mouse's Joke Book (August 12, 1973)
  • The Brave Little Tailor (1974). Adaptation of the short of the same name.
  • Mickey and the Beanstalk (1974). Adaptation of the cartoon of the same name.
  • Mickey Mouse and Pluto Pup (1974), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse and the Great Lot Plot (1974), Little Golden Book.
  • The Mickey Mouse Make-It Book (September 12, 1974)
  • Three Favorite Tales (1975)
  • Mickey and the Magic Cloak (1975)
  • Mickey Mouse: Mystery at Disneyland (1975)
  • Gulliver Mickey (July 12, 1975)
  • The Haunted House (January 12, 1976)
  • Mickey Mouse: The Kitten-Sitters (1976), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse and the Pet Show (1976). Re-published in 1989 in the Golden Easy Reader series.
  • Mickey Mouse and the Mouseketeers: Ghost Town Adventure (1977), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey & Minnie Steppin' Out Paper Dolls (1977)
  • Mickey Mouse and Goofy: The Big Bear Scare (1978), Little Golden Book.
  • Sindbad the Sailor (1978)
  • Ali Baba and the 40 Thieves (1979)
  • Disney's Mickey Mouse: Mickey's Tattered Tale (1983), Disney Read-Along Record and Book.
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983). Story book based on the movie short.
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983), Little Golden Book. Based on the movie short, it was also included in the collection Disney's Christmas Stories, released in 1989.
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol (1983), a Disney Read-Along Record and Book based on the movie short.
  • A Picnic in the Woods (1983)
  • Farmer Mickey (1983)
  • Mickey & Minnie Paper Doll (1983)
  • Mickey and Goofy's Race Around the World (1984)
  • Sindbad the Pearl Diver (1984)
  • Mickey's Christmas Carol Adventure (December, 1986), a Choose Your Own Adventure book based on Mickey's Christmas Carol.
  • Mickey Mouse Heads for the Sky (1987), Little Golden Book. Also included in the collection 10 Disney Little Golden Books, released in 1993.
  • Mickey Meets the Giant (1986). Volume 1 of the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library, it's based on the short Brave Little Taylor.
  • Mickey Finds a Kitten (1986). Volume 7 of the Walt Disney Fun-to-Read Library.
  • Mickey Mouse Movie Stories (1988)
  • Mickey Mouse 'Those Were The Days' (1988), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey and the Beanstalk (1988), Little Golden Book. Adaptation of the cartoon of the same name. Also included in the collections Disney's Fantasyland, released in 1990 and 10 Disney Little Golden Books, released in 1993.
  • Mickey's Birthday Surprise (1988), Sound Story Book.
  • Those Were the Days (July 1, 1988), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse and the Peanuts (August 1988), Golden Easy Reader. Also included in the collection Disney's Read-it-Yourself Storybook, released in 1991.
  • Mickey Mouse and the Bicycle Race (September 1988), Golden Easy Reader. Also included in the collection Disney's Read-it-Yourself Storybook, released in 1991.
  • Mickey Mouse and His Boat (December 1988), Golden Easy Reader. Also included in the collection Disney's Read-it-Yourself Storybook, released in 1991.
  • Mickey Mouse and Friends: Mystery at the Haunted Hotel / The Case of the Missing Hat (June 1989)
  • Mickey's Young Readers Library (1990) a series of 19 books starring Mickey and other characters from his stories.
  • The Prince and the Pauper (1990), a Disney Read-Along Record and Book based on the movie short.
  • The Prince and the Pauper (1990), a Little Golden Book based on the movie short. Also released in the Little Little Golden Book series.
  • Mickey Mouse Scratch and Sniff Book (July 1990)
  • Mickey's Treehouse Adventure (1991), Sound Story Book.
  • The Prince and the Pauper (1993). A book based on the movie short.
  • Mickey's Alphabet Soup (1997). Volume 1 in the "Read and Grow Library" series.
  • Colors, Colors Everywhere! (1997). Volume 3 in the "Read and Grow Library" series.
  • The Missing Shapes Mix-Up (1997). Volume 4 in the "Read and Grow Library" series.
  • Mickey's World of Words (1997). Volume 6 in the "Read and Grow Library" series.
  • Look Before You Leap! (1997). Volume 10 in the "Read and Grow Library" series.
  • Mickey's Weather Machine (1997). Volume 13 in the "Read and Grow Library" series*Mickey Mouse & Friends: Let's Go to the Airport (February 1998), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse & Friends: Let's Go to the Vet (June 1997), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey Mouse & Friends: Let's Go to Dairy Farm (May 1998), Little Golden Book.
  • Disney's Fairy Tale Theater: Rapunzel (June 1998), Little Golden Book. An adaptation of the Rapunzel fairy tale starring Mickey and Minnie.
  • Mickey Mouse and Friends: Haunted Halloween (August 1998), Little Golden Book.
  • Mickey and Minnie's Gift of the Magi (2001)
  • Mickey, Donald & Goofy: The Three Musketeers (2004). Adaptation of the short of the same name.
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Look Before You Leap! (June 1, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Up, Up, and Away! (June 1, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Whose Birthday Is It? (June 1, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Are We There Yet? (June 2, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Donald's Christmas Gift (August 28, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Minnie's Valentine (November 27, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey's Easter Hunt (December 18, 2007)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: The Mystery of the Missing Muffins (January 8, 2008).
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey's Halloween Treat (July 15, 2008).
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Clubhouse Christmas (October 7, 2008).
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Mickey's Roundup (November 25, 2008)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Donald's Special Delivery (November 25, 2008)
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Clubhouse Kitchen Adventure (November 10, 2009).
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Haunted Clubhouse (July 27, 2010).
  • Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: Goofy Goes to the Doctor (November 9, 2010).
  • Mickey's Farm Sing-Along (2011)
  • Mickey & Friends: Mickey's Birthday (March 12, 2013)
  • Mickey & Friends: A Perfect Picnic (April 9, 2013)
  • Walt Disney's Mickey Mouse Tales (July 16, 2013)

Also the "Baby Mickey" stories in the Disney Babies series, might be considered part of the Mickey Mouse series.

Many non-fictional books were also released, such as sketchbooks, cookbooks and schoolboks, often featuring original illustrations of Mickey Mouse characters.

Video games

  • Mickey Mouse (October 9, 1981), Game & Watch Wide Screen.
  • Mickey & Donald (November 12, 1982), Game & Watch Multi Screen.
  • Mickey Mouse (February 28, 1984), Game & Watch Panorama Screen.
  • Mickey Mouse Orange Express (1984), Tomy LSI Game.
  • Mickey Mouse Jungle Daiboken (1984), Tomy LSI Game.
  • Mickey's Space Adventure (1984), MS-DOS, Apple Macintosh, Apple II, Commodore 64, TRS-80 Color Computer.
  • Mickey Mousecapade (March 6, 1987), Family Computer/NES. Known in Japan as Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland and as Mickey Mouse in the title screen.
  • Mickey Mouse: The Computer Game (1988), Atari ST, Commodore 64, Commodore Amiga, Sinclair ZX Spectrum, Amstrad CPC.
  • Mickey Mouse Mahou No Yakata (1989), Epoch LCD Game.
  • Mickey Mouse (September 5, 1989), Game Boy. Basically a portable version of the Roger Rabbit Famicom game, it was readapted into The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle in western regions.
  • Mickey Mouse Wa Shouboushi (1990), Epoch LCD Game.
  • Mickey's Jigsaw Puzzles (1990), PC.
  • Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party (June 20, 1990), PC.
  • Mickey's ABC's: A Day at The Fair (July 21, 1990), PC.
  • Mickey's Crossword Puzzle Maker (September 25, 1990), MS-DOS, Apple II.
  • Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (November 20, 1990), Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Sega Master System, Game Gear. Known as I Love Mickey Mouse: Great Mysterious Castle Adventure in Japan. Also released in 1996 alongside Quackshot Starring Donald Duck in the Sega Mega Drive game The Disney Collection.
  • Mickey's Colors & Shapes (1991), PC.
  • Mickey Mouse II (April 26, 1991), Game Boy. Titled Mickey Mouse in Europe, it was also adapted into The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle in North America, and into Hugo in some European countires.
  • Mickey's Dangerous Chase (July 1991), Game Boy. Simply titled Mickey's Chase in Japan.
  • Mickey Mouse III: Yume Fuusen (September 30, 1992), Famicom. Adapted into Kid Klown in Night Mayor World in North America.
  • Mickey's Runaway Zoo (1992)
  • Land of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse (1992), Sega Master System, Game Gear. Titled Mickey Mouse's Magical Crystal in Japan.
  • The Magical Quest starring Mickey Mouse (November 20, 1992), Super Famicom/SNES. A Game Boy Advance remake titled Disney's Magical Quest Starring Mickey and Minnie Mouse was released in 2002 for Game Boy Advance.
  • World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck (December 17, 1992), Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. Titled World of Illusion - I Love Mickey & Donald - The Mysterious Magical Box in Japan.
  • Mickey's Safari in Letterland (March 1993), NES. Only released in North America.
  • Mickey Mouse IV: The Magical Labyrinth (April 23, 1993), Game Boy. Adapted into The Real Ghostbusters in North America and Garfield Labyrinth in Europe.
  • Follow the Reader Starring Mickey & Friends (1993), PC.
  • Mickey no Yukai na Bouken (June 26, 1993), Sega Pico.
  • The Perils of Mickey (1993), Tiger LCD.
  • Mickey's Memory Challenge (1993), Amiga and MS-DOS
  • Mickey Mouse V: Mahou no Stick (December 22, 1993), Game Boy. Released in 1998 in North America as Mickey Mouse: Magic Wands!
  • Mickey's Adventures in Numberland (March 1994), NES.
  • Mickey's Ultimate Challenge (1994), SNES, Game Boy, Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, Game Gear. Also released in 1996 for Sega Master System.
  • Mickey's Blast Into the Past (1994), Sega Pico.
  • Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse (October 1994), Sega Genesis/Mega Drive, SNES/Super Famicom. Known in Europe as Mickey's Wild Adventure, it was later also released for Sega Mega-CD and PlayStation.
  • The Great Circus Mystery Starring Mickey and Minnie (November 11, 1994), Super Famicom/SNES, Sega Genesis/Mega Drive. A Game Boy Advance version titled Disney's Magical Quest 2 Starring Mickey & Minnie was also released in 2003.
  • Mickey no Tokyo Disneyland Daiboken (December 16, 1994), Super Famicom.
  • Legend of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (January 13, 1995), Game Gear. Also released for Sega Master System only in Brazil in 1998.
  • Mickey to Donald - Magical Adventure 3 (December 8, 1995), Super Famicom. Originally only released in Japan, it was released worldwide in 2004 for Game Boy Advance as Disney's Magical Quest 3 Starring Mickey & Donald.
  • Magical Tetris Challenge Featuring Mickey (November 20, 1998), Arcade, Nintendo 64. Known outside Japan simply as Magical Tetris Challenge, it was later also released for PlayStation and Game Boy Color.
  • Mickey's Racing Adventure (November 22, 1999), Game Boy Color.
  • Disney's Mickey Mouse Toddler (2000), PC.
  • Disney's Mickey Mouse Kindergarten (2000), PC.
  • Disney's Mickey Mouse Preschool (2000), PC.
  • Mickey's Speedway USA (November 13, 2000), Nintendo 64, Game Boy Color.
  • Disney's Mickey Saves the Day: 3D Adventure (June 01, 2001), PC. Re-released only in Germany in 2005 within Disney: 3 Spellen, alongside Donald Duck: Goin' Quackers and Extremely Goofy Skateboarding.
  • Disney Learning Adventure: Search for the Secret Keys (August 1, 2002), PC. An educational game starring Mickey and other characters from the series, while not titled "Mickey Mouse", it can be considered part of it.
  • Disney's Magical Mirror Starring Mickey Mouse (August 9, 2002), GameCube.
  • Disney's Hide and Sneak (November 30, 2003), GameCube. Titled Mickey and Minnie Trick and Chase in Japan, it can be considered part of the series.
  • Disney Magicboard Online (2007), Online. A racing game starring characters from Mickey Mouse, it can be considered part of the series.
  • Wizards of Mickey (2008), mobile phone. A game based on the saga from the italian Topolino comic.
  • Epic Mickey (November 25, 2010), Wii.
  • Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two (November 18, 2012), Wii, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii U. Later also released for PlayStation Vita. A PC version was planned, but ultimately cancelled.
  • Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion (November 18, 2012), Nintendo 3DS.
  • Disney Magician Chronicles (December 2012), iOS, Android.
  • Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (September 3, 2013), PSN, XLA, PC, iOS. A remake of the 1990 game.

Additionally the game Mickey's Playtown Adventure - A Day of Discovery! was developed in 1994, but never released. Only beta roms can be found online.

LPs and CDs

Many Mickey Mouse recording were released in the Read-Along series of books (see above), but also some original songs were released in LPs and CDs. These include:

  • Mickey Mouse Disco (1979), including Disney version of popular Disco songs as well as disco versions of popular Disney songs.

Merchandise

Thousands of merchandise items were released based on Mickey Mouse and other characters from his series.

The most famous piece of Mickey Mouse merchandise is likely the Mickey Mouse clock featuring an image of the character, with his arms serving as the clock's hands.

A notable book featuring a history of Mickey Mouse merchandising (as well as other Disney series') is Disneyana: Classic Collectibles 1928-1958, published in 1995.

In 2010 started the Disney Cuties series of collectable mini figurines from the Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck series. They also include little exclusive comics. The series was also promoted online with some animated shorts.

Lego sets

Ten Mickey Mouse-themed toy sets were released by Lego. These are:

  • Baby Mickey (2000), a series of sets in the Lego Baby line, featuring exclusive Baby Mickey and Baby Minnie minifigures. Three sets were released:
    • 2592 Baby Mickey & Baby Minnie Stack 'n Learn
    • 2593 Baby Mickey Stack 'n Learn
    • 2594 Baby Mickey and Baby Minnie Playground Stack N' Learn
  • Disney's Mickey Mouse (2000), an exclusive series of simple builds compatible with the System line, but featuring Duplo-like one-piece minifigures. Five sets were released:
    • 4164 Mickey's Fire Engine, including a fireman Mickey minifigure.
    • 4165 Minnie's Birthday Party, including Mickey and Minnie minifigures.
    • 4166 Mickey's Car Garage, including a worker Mickey minifigure and a Pluto minifigure.
    • 4167 Mickey's Mansion, including Mickey, Minnie and Pluto minifigures.
    • 4178 Mickey's Fishing Adventure, including a worker Mickey minifigure and a Minnie minifigure.
  • 10531 Mickey and Friends (late 2012), a set of construction blocks part of the Duplo line, including blocks representing various characters, having their faces printed onto them; these are specifically: Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy, Pluto, Chip and Dale.
  • 10579 Clubhouse Café (2014), a Duplo set themed after Mickey Mouse Clubhouse, it includes a book and a small set of blocks, including block versions of Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse. It is sometimes considered part of a "Mickey Mouse and Friends" line alongside the previous set, but that was never officially stated.

Improper spin-offs

Some Mickey Mouse characters occasionally had stories entitled to them, and while those that also had independent releases are considered actual spin-offs, some of them were only published on anthological magazines along with Mickey Mouse stories, therefore not properly separating from the main series. These could still be considered spin-offs story-wise, but for clarity we still count them as releases in the Mickey Mouse series. These series are:

  • Morty and Ferdie (1933): series of stories starring Mickey's nephews.
  • Clara Cluck (July 1943): series of stories starring the titular character.
  • Eega Beeva (March 17, 1951): series of stories starring the tutular man from the future.
  • Horace Horsecollar (1962): series of stories starring the titular horse.
  • Ellsworth (1964): series of stories starring Goofy's pet bird, this might be considered a spin-off of the Goofy series instead.
  • Peg-Leg Pete (1964): series of stories starring Mickey's enemy.
  • Red Wasp (February 1975): series of Brazilian stories starring the titular superhero.
  • Shamrock Bones (1983): series of game-stories starring the titular detective.
  • Indiana Pipps (1992): series of stories starring Goofy's adventurous cousin, known as Arizona Goof in english, this might be considered a spin-off of the Goofy series instead.
  • Chief O'Hara (1993): series of stories starring the Chief of Police of Mouseton.
  • Detective Casey (1996): series of stories starring the titular Mouseton detective. A spin
  • Trudy (1999): series of comic strips and stories starring Pete's Girlfriend from italian stories.
  • Pierino & Pieretto (1999): series of comic strips starring Pete's nephews.
  • Commissariato di Topolinia (2006): series of Italian stories about the Mouseton Police Department. It can be considered a spin-off of the Chief O'Hara series.
  • Rock Sassi (2006): series of Italian stories starring the titular police officer, who's Detective Casey's sidekick, and therefore this could be considered a spin-off of the Detective Casey series.
  • Pipwolf (2006): series of six stories starring a werewolf version of Goofy from another dimension, originally from the comic series X-Mickey.
  • Doc Static (January 29, 2009): one single Danish story starring the character, titled Sjov efter fyraften (Tide Marches On) published on Anders And & Co. 2009-05.
  • Zapotec & Marlin (May 17, 2016): one single story starring the two scientists, titled Zapotec & Marlin alla ricerca del tempo perduto published on Topolino #3155.

For more details about these series see Mickey Mouse/Improper spin-offs.

Links to other series

Notes:
Being often used as Disney's logo, the silhouette of Mickey's face is not considered a reference to the Mickey Mouse series.

Background cameos in the House of Mouse series are only listed if no main appearance from the same series happened.

References to or in shorts shown within Mickey Mouse Works and House of Mouse are not listed here if they're not Mickey Mouse cartoons.

Characters from the Mickey Mouse series appear in emoji form in the game Disney Emoji Blitz, but that's considered non-fiction.

The italian Mickey Mouse story "Metopolis", published on Topolino #3189 in 2017, is a parody of the 1927 movie Metropolis, but since the movie is public domain in Italy, this parody doesn't count as a link.

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4Arrow L Oswald the Lucky Rabbit19281118 November 18, 1928Pegleg Pete from Oswald the Lucky Rabbit is one of the main characters in the Mickey Mouse series. Oswald himself is featured in Epic Mickey games, including its comic adaptations, in the Italian story Topolino e il surreale viaggio nel destino and makes cameos in the short Get a Horse! and in the Mickey Mouse episode "Canned".1
4Arrow L Alice Comedies19310416 April 16, 1931Julius the Cat from Alice Comedies appears as a villain in the first Italian Mickey Mouse stories, published on the newspaper "Il Popolo di Roma".1
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Pluto19320730 July 30, 1932The Pluto series is a spin-off to the Mickey Mouse series starring Mickey's dog; Chip n' Dale from the Pluto short Private Pluto are also featured in the Mickey Mouse short Squatter's Rights, while Mickey co-stars in many Pluto stories; Dinah the Dachshund from Pluto's stories makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Big Bad Wolf Daddy", while the magician from the short Pluto's Magic Paws appears in the episode "Timon and Pumbaa"; the Mickey Mouse shorts Pluto's Party and Pluto's Christmas Tree are alternatively considered Pluto shorts.1
4Arrow L The Champ (MGM)19321118 November 18, 1932Characters from the movie The Champ appear in the short Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees.1
4Arrow L The Guardsman19321118 November 18, 1932Characters from the movie The Guardsman appear in the short Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees.1
4Arrow L The Sin of Madelon Claudet19321118 November 18, 1932Madelon Claudet appears in the short Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees.1
4Arrow L Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde (1931 movie)19321118 November 18, 1932Dr. Jekill, transforming into Mr. Hyde, from the 1931 movie Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde appears in the short Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees.1
4Arrow L Emma (MGM)19321118 November 18, 1932The titular character from Emma appears in the short Mickey Mouse Presents Parade of the Award Nominees.1
5Arrow R Hollywood Party19340601 June 01, 1934Mickey Mouse makes an appearance in the movie "Hollywood Party".1
4Arrow L Silly Symphonies19350210 February 10, 1935Donald Duck from the Silly Symphonies short "The Wise Little Hen" makes an appearance in Mickey Mouse's Sunday page "Donald Thinks It's a Dog's Life" and then becomes a regular character in the series; some Silly Symphonies characters also appear in the Mickey Mouse short "Mickey's Polo Team" and in the House of Mouse series, while Cubby and Tubby from the Silly Symphony short The Bears and the Bees make an appearance in the cover story to Mickey Mouse Weekly #521.1
4Arrow L Disney's Three Little Pigs19360104 January 04, 1936Big Bad Wolf and the Three Little Pigs make an appearance in the Mickey Mouse shorts "Mickey's Polo Team" and "The Standard Parade", some comic stories, Mickey's Christmas Carol, the Mickey Mouse Club opening, in the House of Mouse series and in the Mickey Mouse episodes "No" and "Sock Burglar"; The Big Bad Wolf is also an enemy in the Game Boy game Mickey Mouse.1
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Goofy19361212 December 12, 1936The Goofy series is a spin-off of the Mickey Mouse series; Mickey also makes an appearance in the Donald and Goofy short The Fox Hunt and in A Goofy Movie; Goofy's nephew Gilbert then makes an appearace in a Mickey Mouse sunday page from May 30, 1954 and in some other stories, while Goofy's son Max from Goof Troop is featured in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas and the House of Mouse series; The Mickey, Donald and Goofy cartoons in Mickey Mouse Works can be considered crossovers between the two series; the Mickey Mouse episode "Good Sports" is based on the Goofy sports shorts.1
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Clarabelle19370220 February 20, 1937The Clarabelle series is a spin-off of the Mickey Mouse series; Clarabelle's Cousin Bertie also makes an appearance in the Italian Mickey Mouse story "L'inferno di Topolino" and two Danish stories.1
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Donald Duck19370822 August 22, 1937The Donald Duck series can be considered a spin-off to the mickey Mouse series, since it stars Donald in his modernized incarnation from the Mickey Mouse series, as well as featuring various Mickey Mouse characters in its early comic strips; there have been many other cameos and crossovers between the two series through the years.1
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Disney's Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs1939 1939Snow White characters appear alongside Mickey Mouse characters in the promotional shorts The Standard Parade and All Together, in many comic stories, in the House of Mouse series, in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion and in the Mickey Mouse episodes "Wish Upon a Coin" and "Sock Burglar"; the story Seven Dwarfs and Mickey Mouse: Diamond Mine Dilemma is a crossover between the two series; Mickey Mouse is also seen playing a Snow White fighting game in the short Runaway Brain; additionally Mizrabel from Castle of Illusion is likely based on the Queen from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.1
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Disney's The Sorcerer's Apprentiece19410410 April 10, 1941Mickey Mouse is the protagonist of the cartoon The Sorcerer's Apprentiece; elements from the cartoon also appear in the Mickey Mouse comic stories De Volta À Fantasia and Consider The Sorcery, in the video games Mickey Mousecapade and Epic Mickey, in the TV special Mickey's 60th Birthday and in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Disney's Pinocchio19420113 January 13, 1942Pinocchio and Geppetto appear alongside Mickey Mouse characters in the short "All Together", while Pinocchio characters appear in the comic stories "Clara Cluck", "L'inferno di Topolino", the strip arc "Li'l Davy", "Topolino allo Zecchino D'Oro", "Donald and Mickey in Disneyland", "Mickey's Toontown" and some other stories, in the Mickey Mouse Club opening, in On Vacation with Mickey Mouse and Friends, Mickey's Christmas Carol, the Mickey Mouse episode "Wonders of the Deep" in the House of Mouse series, in the Game Boy game Mickey Mouse II, in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion; additionally Goofy appears dressed as Pinocchio in Mickey Mouse Holiday Special #4 while Mickey appears dressed as Pinocchio on the cover of Topolino #1948; an animatronic version of Stromboli from Pinocchio is also featured in Epic Mickey 2.1
4Arrow L The Cold-Blooded Penguin194304 April 1943Mickey Mouse reads the story of The Cold-Blooded Penguin in a comic page in the Mickey Mouse's Good-Neighbor Page series.2
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Panchito194311 November 1943Clara Cluck makes an appearance in the Panchito story on Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #38 while Panchito appears in the stories L'Inferno di Topolino, Mickey And The Alchemist and lost t op - wie is de sheriff.1
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Figaro19461011 October 11, 1946Minnie Mouse is Figaro's owner in Bath Day and some later Figaro cartoons. Figaro appears as Minnie's cat again in Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas and some other Mickey Mouse cartoons and comics.1
5Arrow R Fun and Fancy Free19470927 September 27, 1947The Mickey Mouse cartoon Mickey and the Beanstalk was released within the "package film" Fun and Fancy Free, with the giant from the story making an actual appearance in the end.1
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Bucky Bug19471018 October 18, 1947Mickey meets Buckey Bug on the cover to Mickey Mouse Weekly #450, while Mickey makes an appearance in a Bucky Bug story on Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #87; Bucky also appears in the Italian Mickey Mouse story "Il mio e il vostro successo" and in the Danish stories "På valg", as a statue in "Hjemsøgt hus", "Mickeys million" and on a poster in "Hats To You".1
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Dumbo194712 December 1947Dumbo makes an appearance in some Mickey Mouse comics, in the Mickey Mouse Club opening and in the House of Mouse series, while the train Casey Junior appears in Mickey's Racing Adventure and in the Mickey Mouse episode "Tokyo Go"; Clara Cluck makes an appearance in the Dumbo story "Dumbo The Musician".1
4Arrow L Bongo19480820 August 20, 1948Bongo makes an appearance alongside Mickey Mouse characters on the cover story to Mickey Mouse Weekly #498 and some later issues, and also with Lulubelle in the House of Mouse series.1
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Little Hiawatha19481225 December 25, 1948Little Hiawatha makes an appearance in cover stories to Mickey Mouse Weekly and in the story Mickey fait le ménage as well as in many Li'l Davy stories and in the Mickey Mouse Club opening, while Morty and Ferdie are featured in a Little Hiawatha story on Walt Disney's Vacation Parade and Pegleg Pete makes an appearance in a story on Silly Symphonies #2 and in a story on Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #157.1
5Arrow R So Dear to My Heart194904 April 1949Some of the text story of Danny the Lamb feature Mickey Mouse characters.1
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José Carioca19490820 August 20, 1949José Carioca makes an appearance on the cover story for Mickey Mouse Weekly #498 and some later issues, as well as in the Italian story L'inferno di Topolino, in the animated shorts Mickey Tries to Cook an O Futebol Clássico and in the House of Mouse series, while Mickey Mouse characters appear in the stories A Volta De Zé Carioca, O Estranho Caso Do Jardim Zoológico, O Roubo Da Copa Do Mundo, Em Busca Do Caneco, Piscina Concorrida, Papagaios De Opinião and some other stories; the story "O Misterioso P.P." is a crossover between the José Carioca series and the Red Wasp series.1
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Li'l Bad Wolf19491010 October 10, 1949Li'l Bad Wolf makes an appearance in the Italian Mickey Mouse stories L'inferno di Topolino and Veloci come il vento al duemilacinquecento and in a House of Mouse episode, while Mickey Mouse characters make an appearance in the Li'l Bad Wolf stories "Christmas Eve", a story on Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #113, "Club Hubbub" and "The Hunting Magic".1
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Brer Rabbit194912 December 1949Brer Fox, Brer Bear and Brer Rabbit make an appearance in the Italian Mickey Mouse stories "L'inferno di Topolino", "Dramma giallo-dolce al museo d'arte", "Topolino allo Zecchino D'Oro", "Topolino e il contafagioli" and "Topolino e la sfida del 2000" and also in the House of Mouse series, while Mickey Mouse makes a cameo appearance in the Dutch Brer Rabbit story "De dood van vos".1
4Arrow L Fantasia19500506 May 06, 1950Little Pan from the Pastoral Symphony segment of Fantasia makes an appearance in the cover story to Mickey Mouse Weekly #521, while The Mushrooms from the Nutcracker Suite segment are enemies in the North American version of Mickey Mousecapade; various characters from Fantasia and Fantasia 2000 also appear in the House of Mouse series, while Chernabog appears in the Mickey Mouse episode "Touchdown and Out"; additionally graffiti reading "Fantasia 2000" can be seen in the Mickey Mouse episode "No Reservation".1
4Arrow L Disney's Bambi19500506 May 06, 1950Characters from Bambi appear in the cover story to Mickey Mouse Weekly #521, in the promotional story "Man at Work", in the Mickey Mouse story Battle of Wits and Witches, in Duck the Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special and in the House of Mouse series; the Mickey Mouse episode "Swimmin' Hole" also features a reference to Bambi.1
4Arrow L Disney's Cinderella19500710 July 10, 1950Gus and Jaq from Cinderella make an appearance in Mickey Mouse's comic strip arcs Mousepotamia and Land Beneath the Sea, while other Cinderella characters appear in the stories Fantasyland: Mickey and Goofy in The Captured Castle, Topolino allo Zecchino D'Oro, Topolino e il favoloso sogno, in the House of Mouse series, in the shorts Mickey's April Fools and Croissant de Triomphe, and in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
4Arrow L Disney's The Reluctant Dragon195008 August 1950The Reluctant Dragon makes an appearance in the Mickey Mouse stories Feat of Fancy, Flight of the Dragon and Baš Celik and in the House of Mouse series.1
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Grandma Duck195102 February 1951Mickey Mouse characters make appearances in Grandma Duck stories on Walt Disney's Comics and Stories #125, #128 and #132, in one on Walt Disney's Christmas Parade #4 and in the stories "Grandma Duck: Doing The Town", "Country Fair", "Nonna Papera e le torte galattiche", "Box Seats", "Beauty-Packed", "A Jolly Good Egg" and "X factor-ia", while Grandma Duck appears in the Clara Cluck story "Cozy Home Hassle" and in the Mickey Mouse stories "The Misplaced Menagerie" and "Falou E Disse!"1
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Minnie195104 April 1951The Minnie series is a spin-off to the Mickey Mouse series, starring Mickey's girlfriend Minnie Mouse.1
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Disney's Peter Pan195301 January 1953Peter Pan Treasure Chest and Mickey Mouse in Fantasyland feature crossover stories between the two series; Peter Pan characters also appear in the Mickey Mouse stories 20,000 Weeds Under The Sea, Treasure Island A-Yo-Ho, Classy Castle Hassle, Topolino allo Zecchino D'Oro, O Sumiço Das Vozes Na Terra Do Nunca and Le capitaine Crochet est de retour !, as well as in Mickey Mousecapade, the Epic Mickey series and the House of Mouse series; additionally a Mary Blair drawing from the production of Peter Pan is shown on a book in the Mickey Mouse episode "Wonders of the Deep".1
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Daisy Duck195308 August 1953Clara Cluck and Clarabelle are recurring characters in Daisy Duck stories while Daisy appears in the Clarabelle Cow and Clara Cluck story "The Sweet Retreat"; Mickey Mouse characters also appear in the Daisy Duck and Uncle Scrooge story Showboat.1
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Chip 'n' Dale19540407 April 07, 1954Peg Leg Pete makes an appearance in the Chip 'n' Dale short The Lone Chipmunks and Mickey Mouse characters appear in some Chip 'n' Dale comic stories as well as on the cover of Chip 'n' Dale #56, while Chip 'n' Dale appear in their "Rescue Rangers" outfits in the story Mickey's Toowntown and in the company logo at the beginning of Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse.1
5Arrow R Disneyland on the Air1955 1955The book Disneyland on the Air features Mickey Mouse characters.1
4Arrow L Humphrey Bear1955 1955Humphrey Bear makes an appearance in the Mickey Mouse Club opening, in a Mickey Mouse comic strip from 1959 and in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Disney's Alice in Wonderland19550610 June 10, 1955Characters from Alice in Wonderland appear in the Mickey Mouse stories Topolino e il doppio segreto di Macchia Nera, The Mystery Machine and Topolino e il grande colpo di Macchia Nera, the video games Mickey Mousecapade, Mickey Mouse, Mickey Mouse II, World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion and in the House of Mouse series, with the Mad Hatter also appearing in the short Pit Crew.1
5Arrow R Peanuts19551126 November 26, 1955Some Peanuts strips feature references to Mickey Mouse.2
5Arrow R Jiminy Cricket195605 May 1956Mickey Mouse characters appear in the Jiminy Cricket stories "I'm no fool" and "The Looped Landscape".1
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Uncle Scrooge195708 August 1957Characters from the Mickey Mouse series appear in the stories Uncle Scrooge goes to Disneyland, Showboat, A Fine Featherless Friend, Passing The Olympic Torch To Scrooge, Il segreto del totem decapitato, Grandma's Birthday Surprise, Zio Paperone e le carte Disney, Zio Paperone e la festa dei 2500 and Plastic bloem, while Uncle Scrooge appears in the Clara Cluck story The Windy Warpath and Magica De Spell appears in some Mickey Mouse stories and in Mickey's Racing Adventure and the family from Il Papero del Mistero also appears in Topokolossal; Mickey, Goofy and Pluto also appear on a comic in the Scrooge story "Nobody's Business", while a Mickey Mouse mask appears in Il Papero del Mistero and a puppet Mickey in The Dutchman's Secret.1
5Arrow R Huey, Dewey and Louie195809 September 1958Clara Cluck co-stars in the Huey, Dewey and Louie stories "King Arthur and the Dragon" and "Story Time: Lost in Giantland"; Mickey Mouse characters also appear in the Italian Huey, Dewey and Louie stories Qui, Quo, Qua e le vacanze... a bivi and Qui, Quo, Qua in "Le avventure di Pinocchio".1
4Arrow L Lady and the Tramp19590412 April 12, 1959Characters from Lady and the Tramp appear in a Mickey Mouse Sunday comic page from April 12, 1959, in the House of Mouse series and in the Mickey Mouse episode "Third Wheel".1
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Phantom Blot19640716 July 16, 1964The Phantom Blot series is a spin-off of the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Merlin Jones19650818 August 18, 1965In The Monkey's Uncle Stanley reads a Mickey Mouse story.2
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Mad Madame Mim196702 February 1967Madame Mim appears in the Mickey Mouse stories Battle of Wits and Witches, The Tale of a Trail, De Volta À Fantasia, Topolino e l'incantesimo a spruzzo and The Haunting Hand, while Mickey Mouse characters appear in the Madame Mim stories "The Unbirthday Birthday" and "The Looped Landscape".1
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Gyro Gearloose196704 April 1967Gyro Gearloose appears in the Mickey Mouse stories The Underwater Pirates, The Golden Moonlet, The Space Bandits, The Moon-Blot Plot, Treasure Island A-Yo-Ho, Trapped in Time, The Golden Moonlet, The Time Trap, The Hair Machine, Il teatro Alambrah presenta: Il visconte dimezzato di Italo Calvino and on a poster in Inventing Happiness, while Emil Eagle from Gyro Gearloose's stories makes an appearance in Mickey Mouse's comic strip arc Artificial Earthquakes, in the story The Case of the Dazzling Hoo-Doo and in some later stories; Marlin and Zapotec from Mickey Mouse stories also appear in the Gyro Gearloose story "Archimede e Pico nemici provvisori".1
4Arrow L Thumper19681020 October 20, 1968Thumper makes an appearance in Italian Mickey Mouse story Topolino e il bosco stregato.1
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Moby Duck196906 June 1969The story Mickey Meets Moby Duck: The Great Sea-Scrape is a crossover between the two series; Pegleg Pete appears in the Moby Duck stories "The Sinister Swordfish Plot" and "Super-Duper Shark".1
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Ludwig Von Drake196906 June 1969The story The Feminine Touch is a crossover between the Ludwig Von Drake series and Clara Cluck series; Characters from Mickey Mouse appear in the Ludvig Von Drake stories Os 30 Anos Da Revista Mickey, O Grande Baile Dos Namorados, A História Do Computador, Autobiografia De Um Gênio, Archimede e Pico nemici provvisori, Storia e gloria delle figuirine and some other stories, while Ludwig Von Drake appears in some Mickey Mouse stories, in the Mickey Mouse episodes "Down the Hatch" and "Wonders of the Deep", and in the House of Mouse series.1
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The Beagle Boys197307 July 1973Chief O'Hara and Shamrock Bones make an appearance in the Beagle Boys story "The Defective Detectives" and some other stories, while the Beagle Boys appear in the Red Wasp story "O Dragão Chinês", in the Mickey Mouse episodes "Sock Burglar" and "Touchdown and Out", and in the Mickey and the Roadster Racers series; The cover of The Beagle Boys #18 also features a reference to Mickey Mouse and Pluto.1
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Disney's Christmas Carol1974 1974Mickey and Minnie Mouse are characters in An Adaptation of Dickens' Christmas Carol, Performed by The Walt Disney Players; the record was later adapted into Mickey's Christmas Carol.1
5Arrow R Morcego Vermelho19750901 September 01, 1975Red Wasp makes an appearance in the Morcego Vermelho story O Congresso De Super-Heróis.1
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Super Goof197802 February 1978The story O Grande Golpe Do Dr. X is a crossover between the two series; Super Goof also appears in the Mickey Mouse stories "The Secret Key Mystery", "Problemi da eroe", "Topolino e il giorno piú lungo" and "Superheroes", and in a House of Mouse episode, as well as in the Pete and Scuttle story "Patibulax le terrible"; additionally the story "Superpateta Versus Vespa Vermelha" is a crossover between the Super Goof series and the Red Wasp series, while "Super, Indiana e il mistero del rubino incantato" is a crossover between the Super Goof series and the Indiana Pipps series.1
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Zorro197806 June 1978The comic story Operação P.I. 1820 can be considered a crossover between the two series; A character dressed as Zorro, called Little Zorro is featured in some Mickey Mouse strips from 1958 and Zorro can also be seen on TV in a Mickey Mouse comic strip from April 24, 1958 and one from May 15, 1958.1
5Arrow R Fethry Duck197807 July 1978Mickey Mouse characters appearance in the Brazilian Fethry Duck stories "Ronrom Ataca De Surpresa" and "Pena Dumont" and on a TV in the Italian comic strip "Paperoga e la TV ipnotica!"1
5Arrow R Egg (G&W)19811016 October 16, 1981Egg has the same gameplay as the the Game & Watch Mickey Mouse.3
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The Fox and the Hound198210 October 1982Mickey, Donald and Goofy appear in the promotional comic page for The Fox and the Hound O Cão E A Raposa - Shopping Disney, while Tod and Copper make an appearance in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Disney's The Sword in the Stone19830403 April 03, 1983Characters from The Sword in the Stone appear in the Mickey Mouse story Le miroir magique, in the game World of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck, and in the House of Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Captain Carrot198305 May 1983The Zoo Crew visits a world based on Mickey Mouse's in Captain Carrot and His Amazing Zoo Crew #15.3
4Arrow L E.T.19830731 July 31, 1983The Italian Mickey Mouse story Topolino in... E.B. l'extraterrestre is a parody of E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial; Topostorie Disney #39, also is titled "E.B. l’extra-terrestre".3
4Arrow L Disney's Robin Hood19831216 December 16, 1983Many characters from Robin Hood make an appearance in Mickey's Christmas Carol and the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Disney's The Wind in the Willows19831216 December 16, 1983Characters from The Wind in the Willows are featured in Mickey's Christmas Carol, in the House of Mouse series and in the comic page lost t op gouden loepie.1
4Arrow L Disney's The Tortoise and the Hare19831216 December 16, 1983Toby Tortoise and Max Hare make an appearance in Mickey's Christmas Carol and the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Bedknobs and Broomsticks19831020 October 20, 1983The Secretary Bird from Bedknobs and Broomsticks makes an appearance in Mickey's Christmas Carol and along with other characters in the House of Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Where The Toys Come From1984 1984Living Mickey Mouse toys appear in the movie Where The Toys Come From.1
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Donkey Kong19840228 February 28, 1984The Mickey Mouse Panorama screen Game & Watch and Donkey Kong Circus have the same gameplay and got their serial numbers swapped.3
5Arrow R Adventures of the Gummi Bears19850921 September 21, 1985Statues of Mickey and Donald appear in the Adventures of the Gummi Bears episode "The Sinister Sculptor".2
5Arrow R Clube Dos Heróis19860212 February 12, 1986Chief O'Hara and Red Wasp are recurring characters in the Clube Dos Heróis series.1
5Arrow R Disney Babies19860521 May 21, 1986The Disney Babies series features Mickey Mouse characters as toddlers.1
5Arrow R Star Wars19870109 January 09, 1987The Star Tours merchandise includes minifigures of characters from the Mickey Mouse series portraying Star Wars characters and Mickey Mouse is also seen fighting Darth Vader in promotional material; the Mickey Mouse stories Topokolossal and May The Farce Be With You as well as the cover of Topolino #2587 are parodies of Star Wars.1
4Arrow L Disney's Sleeping Beauty19870626 June 26, 1987Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty is the final boss in the North American version of Mickey Mousecapade and various characters from the movie also appear in the House of Mouse series; Epic Mickey also features an image of Maleficent on a stained-glass, while characters from the movie are featured in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
5Arrow R Full Metal Jacket19870626 June 26, 1987In a scene in Full Metal Jacket, the characters sing the Mickey Mouse March.2
4Arrow L 101 Dalmatians19880119 January 19, 1988Cruella De Vil makes an appearance in a Mickey Mouse story on Le Journal de Mickey #1856; 101 Dalmatians characters also appear in the House of Mouse series and Mizrael turns into Cruella in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
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Roger Rabbit19880622 June 22, 1988Mickey Mouse and other characters from his series make an appearance in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, while Roger Rabbit makes an appearance in the special Mickey's 60th Birthday and Benny the Cab appears in the House of Mouse episodes "Max's New Car" and "Mickey vs. Shelby"; additionally the Game Boy game Mickey Mouse is based on the Famicom game Roger Rabbit.1
4Arrow L Family Ties19881113 November 13, 1988Mickey Mouse meets characters from Family Ties in the TV special Mickey's 60th Birthday.1
4Arrow L Hunter (NBC)19881113 November 13, 1988Hunter makes an appearance in the TV special Mickey's 60th Birthday.1
4Arrow L L.A. Law19881113 November 13, 1988Characters from L.A. Law make an appearance in the TV special Mickey's 60th Birthday.1
4Arrow L Cheers19881113 November 13, 1988Mickey Mouse meets characters from Cheers in the TV special Mickey's 60th Birthday.1
4Arrow L Indiana Jones19881211 December 11, 1988The Italian Mickey Mouse character Indiana Pipps (Arizona Goof) is based on Indiana Jones, with his debut story "Topolino & Pippo in: I predatori del tempio perduto" based on Raiders of the Lost Ark.3
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Disney's The Little Mermaid19891117 November 17, 1989Mickey, Donald and Goofy make a background cameo in The Little Mermaid, while various characters from the movie appear in the House of Mouse series and Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion features a level set in the world of the movie.1
4Arrow L I Married a Witch19900211 February 11, 1990The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolino in: Ho sposato una strega" is a parody of I Married a Witch.3
5Arrow R Looney Tunes199003 March 1990The Game Boy games Mickey Mouse and Mickey Mouse II were adapted respectively into The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle and The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2.3
5Arrow R Crazy Castle199003 March 1990The Game Boy games Mickey Mouse and Mickey Mouse II were adapted respectively into The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle and The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 2.3
5Arrow R The Muppets19900506 May 06, 1990Mickey Mouse makes an appearance in the TV special The Muppets at Walt Disney World.1
5Arrow R Adventures in the Magic Kingdom199006 June 1990Adventures in the Magic Kingdom features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Hugo (ITE)19910426 April 26, 1991The Game Boy game Mickey Mouse II was adapted into Hugo.3
5Arrow R Hard Haid Moe199108 August 1991Mickey Mouse makes an appearance in the Brazilian Hard Haid Moe stories Pesqueiro Muito Secreto, Raptos Caninos and Cidade Grande... Bah!1
4Arrow L La Strada19910901 September 01, 1991The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolino presenta "La strada" - Un omaggio a Federico Fellini" is a parody of La Strada.3
4Arrow L Twin Peaks19920823 August 23, 1992The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolino e i dolci segreti di Twin Pipps" is a parody of Twin Peaks.3
4Arrow L Disney's The Jungle Book19920930 September 30, 1992A vulture from The Jungle Book is a boss in Mickey Mouse III; various characters from The Jungle Book also appear in the House of Mouse series and the Mickey Mouse episode "Mumbai Madness".1
4Arrow L The Black Cauldron19920930 September 30, 1992The Horned King from The Black Cauldron is a boss in Mickey Mouse III and Land of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse and also appears along with the cauldron itself in the House of Mouse series.1
5Arrow R The Simpsons19921103 November 03, 1992The Simpsons episode "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie" features a parody to the Mickey Mouse short Steamboat Willie, and there are other references to the series in later episodes.2.5
4Arrow L Ninotchka19921115 November 15, 1992The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolino in: Ciao Minnotchka" is a parody of Ninotchka.3
5Arrow R Kid Klown199304 April 1993Mickey Mouse III was readapted into Kid Klown in Night Mayor World keeping many of the same enemies and items.1
4Arrow L Il visconte dimezzato19930801 August 01, 1993The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Il teatro Alambrah presenta: Il visconte dimezzato di Italo Calvino" is a re-enactment of Il visconte dimezzato.2
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Paperinik199308 August 1993Paperinik makes an appearance in the Mickey Mouse stories Topolino "principe del furto", 60 anni insieme con Topolino, Chi ha rubato Topolino 2000?, Topolino e il giorno piú lungo and Raceworld, while Mickey and Goofy make an appearance in the story La nuova vita di Paperinik; Mickey also appears dressed as Paperinik on the cover of Topolino #2944 and in the strip "Che aria tira a... Topolinia" on the same issue; Uno from PK also appears in the story "Eta Beta: l'uomo del 3000".1
5Arrow R Bonkers19931021 October 21, 1993The Bonkers episode "Of Mice and Menace" features a reference to the Mickey Mouse short Steamboat Willie, while the plot of the episode "I Oughta Be in Toons" is centered around Mickey himself; Horace also makes an appearance in the Bonkers comic story "The temple of doom".1
5Arrow R The Nightmare Before Christmas19931029 October 29, 1993In The Nightmare Before Christmas there are two children wearing pajamas with respectively images of Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck.2
4Arrow L DuckTales19931205 December 05, 1993Launchpad McQuack makes an appearance in the Mickey Mouse story 60 anni insieme con Topolino.1
5Arrow R Garfield199410 October 1994Mickey Mouse IV was readapted into Garfield Labyrinth keeping many of the same enemies and setting; additionally in a Garfield comic strip from July 29, 1978 he watches the Mickey Mouse Club on TV.1
5Arrow R Ghostbusters199410 October 1994Mickey Mouse IV was readapted into The Real Ghostbusters keeping many of the same enemies, items and setting; also the Italian Mickey Mouse story Topolino & Pippo ghostbusters (cacciatori di fantasmi) is a parody of Ghostbusters.1
5Arrow R Breath of Fire1994122 December 2, 1994Two members of the resistance in Breath of Fire II are named after Mickey Mouse and Peg-Leg Pete.3
4Arrow L Dylan Dog19950912 September 12, 1995The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolino e il talismano Elfico" features references to Dylan Dog, while the story "Dylan Top in: l'alba dei topi invadenti" is a direct parody of it.3
5Arrow R Toy Story19951122 November 22, 1995A drawing of Mickey Mouse makes an appearance in Toy Story.2
4Arrow L Stargate199710 October 1997The cover to Topomistery #59 is based on Stargate.3
5Arrow R Disney's Family Story Collection19981017 October 17, 1998Disney's Family Story Collection includes Mickey Mouse stories.2
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Tetris19981120 November 20, 1998Magical Tetris Challenge Featuring Mickey is part of both series.1
5Arrow R Family Guy19990502 May 02, 1999The Family Guy episode "A Hero Sits Next Door" and many later episodes feature references to Mickey Mouse.2
4Arrow L Mars and Beyond19990911 September 11, 1999The Black Robot from Mars and Beyond is the main villain in the Mickey Mouse short Mickey's Mechanical House and later makes a cameo in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Lego City2000 2000The Lego Disney's Mickey Mouse set 4164 Mickey's Fire Engine features the fire department logo from the Lego City series.1
5Arrow R Dance Dance Revolution20001130 November 30, 2000Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix, Disney Dancing Museum and Disney Grooves feature Mickey Mouse and other characters from his stories as dancers.1
4Arrow L Diddy Kong Racing20001113 November 13, 2000Greenwood Village from Diddy Kong Racing is featured in the code for Mickey's Speedway USA, though unused.51
4Arrow L Mary Poppins20010113 January 13, 2001The Penguin Waiters from Mary Poppins are featured in the House of Mouse series.1
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The Lion King20010113 January 13, 2001Various characters from The Lion King make appearances in many House of Mouse episodes, while Mickey, Donald and Goofy make a cameo in The Lion King 1½; Epic Mickey also features an image of Scar on a stained-glass while Simba, Timon and Pumbaa appear in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion; additionally graffiti reading "Pumbaa" can be seen in the Mickey Mouse episode "No Reservation".1
4Arrow L Disney's Pocahontas20010113 January 13, 2001Various characters from Pochaontas make appearances in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Disney's Hercules20010113 January 13, 2001Various characters from Hercules' make appearances in the House of Mouse series; Mizrael turns into Hades in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
4Arrow L Disney's Aladdin20010113 January 13, 2001Various characters from Aladdin make appearances in many House of Mouse episodes; Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion features a level set in the world of Aladdin; an image of Mickey Mouse and a Goofy hat also appear in the movie Aladdin.1
4Arrow L The Three Caballeros20010113 January 13, 2001The Aracuan Bird from The Tree Caballeros makes many appearances in the House of Mouse series, and episode "The Three Caballeros" is centered around the titular characters from the movie; the Three Caballeros also make an appearance in the Mickey Mouse episode "¡Felíz Cumpleaños!" and in the Mickey and the Roadster Racers episode "Mickey's Perfecto Day!".1
4Arrow L Disney's Beauty and the Beast20010113 January 13, 2001Various characters from Beauty and the Beast make many appearances in the House of Mouse series, in the Mickey Mouse episode "The Adorable Couple" and in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
4Arrow L The Haunted Mansion20010113 January 13, 2001The Hitchhiking Ghosts and other characters from The Haunted Mansion make appearances in some House of Mouse episode "The Stolen Cartoons"; Epic Mickey features a level based on The Haunted Mansion.1
4Arrow L Disney's Mulan20010113 January 13, 2001Characters from Mulan make appearances in the House of Mouse series and in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
4Arrow L Winnie the Pooh20010113 January 13, 2001Characters from Winnie the Pooh make appearances in the House of Mouse series; Eeyore's tail also appears in the Mickey Mouse episode "¡Feliz Cumpleaños!".1
4Arrow L Tarzan20010113 January 13, 2001Tantor from the Disney movie Tarzan makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episodes "The Stolen Cartoons" and "Donald and the Aracuan Bird".1
4Arrow L Pepper Ann20010113 January 13, 2001Pepper Ann and her mother make an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "The Stolen Cartoons".1
4Arrow L Pete's Dragon20010113 January 13, 2001Elliot from Pete's Dragon makes some cameos in the House of Mouse series; a dragon looking like him also appears in Land of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse, and a parade float version of him is featured in Epic Mickey 2.1
4Arrow L The Aristocats20010127 January 27, 2001Characters from The Aristocats make appearances in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L The Rescuers20010127 January 27, 2001The Rescuers make a cameo in some House of Mouse episodes and in the comic page "lost t op gouden loepie"; in the movie The Rescuers also appears a Mickey Mouse watch.1
4Arrow L Disney's The Legend of Sleepy Hollow20010203 February 03, 2001Characters from The Legend of Sleepy Hollow make appearances in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame20010210 February 10, 2001Various character from The Hunchback of Notre Dame make an appearance in the House of Mouse series; Epic Mickey also features gargoyles similar to Victor, Hugo, and Laverne.1
4Arrow L Adventures in Music20010310 March 10, 2001Professor Owl and Toot, Whistle, Plunk and Boom from Adventures in Music appear in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L The Legend of Johnny Appleseed20010317 March 17, 2001Johnny Appleseed makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episodes "Rent Day" and "Ask Von Drake", as well as other minor cameos.1
4Arrow L Basil of Baker Street20010324 March 24, 2001Characters from The Great Mouse Detective make an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Donald's Lamp Trade" and in the comic page "lost t op gouden loepie"; Ratigan is also referenced in the House of Mouse episode "Rent Day".1
4Arrow L Pirates of the Caribbean20010407 April 07, 2001The House of Mouse episode "Thanks to Minnie", the game Epic Mickey and the Mickey Mouse episode "¡Feliz Cumpleaños!" feature references to Pirates of the Caribbean.3
4Arrow L Oliver & Company20010414 April 14, 2001Characters from Oliver & Company are featured in the House of Mouse episode "Pluto Saves the Day", and make minor cameo appearances in the series; in the movie Oliver & Company also appears a Mickey Mouse watch.1
4Arrow L Herbie20011103 November 03, 2001Herbie makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episodes "Max's New Car" and "Dining Goofy".1
4Arrow L Tron20011103 November 03, 2001The Light Cycles from Tron make an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Max's New Car"; Epic Mickey also features references to the movie while in the movie Tron there's an image of Mickey Mouse.1
4Arrow L Susie the Little Blue Coupe20011103 November 03, 2001Susie the Little Blue Coupe makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Max's New Car".1
4Arrow L Shakespeare in love20011117 November 17, 2001The House of Mouse episode "Everybody Loves Mickey" features the poster for a movie called Duckspeare in Love.2.5
4Arrow L The Shaggy Dog20011117 November 17, 2001The House of Mouse episode "Everybody Loves Mickey" features the poster for a movie called The Shaggy Duck.2.5
4Arrow L Armageddon20011117 November 17, 2001The House of Mouse episode "Everybody Loves Mickey" features the poster for a movie called Armageddonald.2.5
4Arrow L Disney's Pecos Bill20020119 January 19, 2002Pecos Bill makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Max's Embarrassing Date" and some minor cameos in other episodes.1
5Arrow R My Disney Kitchen20020207 February 07, 2002Mickey and Minnie Mouse are featured in My Disney Kitchen.1
4Arrow L Disney's Casey at the Bat20020223 February 23, 2002Casey and his daughters make some appearances in the House of Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Kingdom Hearts20020328 March 28, 2002The Kingdom Hearts series features many characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Disney Sports20020718 July 18, 2002The Disney Sports series features many selectable characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Disney's Party20020801 August 01, 2002The Disney's Party series features many characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Enchanted Tiki Room20020902 September 02, 2002In the House of Mouse episode "Suddenly Hades", Daisy Duck sings a song based on "The Tiki, Tiki, Tiki Room".3
4Arrow L Song of the South20020902 September 02, 2002Mr. Bluebird from Song of the South makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Pete's One-Man Show".1
4Arrow L Disney's Peter and the Wolf20020902 September 02, 2002Characters from Peter and the Wolf make some minor appearances in the House of Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Pedro (Disney)20020902 September 02, 2002Pedro makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episodes "Mickey and Minnie's Big Vacation" and "Donald Wants to Fly".1
4Arrow L Ferdinand the Bull20020902 September 02, 2002Ferdinand the Bull makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Mickey and Minnie's Big Vacation".1
4Arrow L Disney's Atlantis20020902 September 02, 2002Characters from Atlantis make minor appearances in the House of Mouse episodes "Goofy's Menu Magic", "Donald Wants to Fly" and "Dining Goofy".1
4Arrow L Little Toot20020902 September 02, 2002Little Toot appears in the House of Mouse episode "Goofy's Menu Magic" and along with Big Toot in "Donald Wants to Fly".1
4Arrow L The Whale Who Wanted To Sing At the Met20020902 September 02, 2002Willie the Whale makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episodes "Donald Wants to Fly", "Humphrey in the House" and "Halloween With Hades" and in the Mickey Mouse episode "O Sole Minnie".1
4Arrow L The Flying Gauchito20020902 September 02, 2002Burrito makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Donald Wants to Fly"; he also makes a minor cameo alongside the Flying Gauchito in "Max's Embarrassing Date".1
4Arrow L The Emperor's New Groove20020902 September 02, 2002Kuzco from The Emperor's New Groove makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Ask Von Drake" and in the special "Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse" as well as some minor cameos along with other characters.1
4Arrow L Paul Bunyan20020902 September 02, 2002Paul Bunyan makes an appearance in the House of Mouse episode "Ask Von Drake" and minor appearances in other episodes.1
5Arrow R Coaster (Disney)20020903 September 03, 2002Goofy appears on the cover of Ultimate Ride: Disney Coaster; additionally a Mickey Mouse doll makes an appearance in the original Coaster, while statues of Mickey and Goofy are featured in Ultimate Ride: Disney Coaster.1
5Arrow R Disney Golf20021017 October 17, 2002Disney Golf features various characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Treasure Planet20021224 December 24, 2002Mickey Mouse characters watch Treasure Planet on the cover of Topolino #2456.2
5Arrow R Toontown Online20030602 June 02, 2003Mickey Mouse makes an appearance in Toontown Online and there is a location named after the Mickey Mouse short The Carnival Kid.1
5Arrow R Disney's Teacher's Pet20040116 January 16, 2004The Teacher's Pet movie features a reference to Mickey Mouse in the final credits.2
5Arrow R Taiko no Tatsujin20040715 July 15, 2004Taiko no Tatsujin 6 to 14, Godaime, Wii and Wii U feature the Mickey Mouse March as a selectable music track.2
5Arrow R Kingdom Keepers2005 2005The Kingdom Keepers series features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R The Simpsons20050320 March 20, 2005The Simpsons episode "Mobile Homer" and some later episodes feature references to Mickey Mouse.2
5Arrow R Chicken Little (Disney)20051104 November 04, 2005A Mickey Mouse watch appears in the movie Chicken Little.2
5Arrow R Drawn Together20060125 January 25, 2006A character based on Mickey Mouse appears in the Drawn Together episode "Terms of Endearment".3
4Arrow L Spider-Man20060321 March 21, 2006The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolino e il vendicatore mascherato" features a reference to a comic book hero similar to Spider-Man.2.5
4Arrow L The Matrix20061121 November 21, 2006The cover to Topolino #2660 is based on The Matrix.3
5Arrow R Disney's Magic Dance20071129 November 29, 2007Mickey Mouse characters are featured in the Magic Dance game and manga.1
5Arrow R Ultraheroes20080226 February 26, 2008Mickey Mouse characters appear in Ultraheroes stories.1
4Arrow L Novecento20080513 May 13, 2008The Italian Mickey Mouse story "La vera storia di Novecento" is a parody of Novecento.3
5Arrow R Disney Think Fast20081021 October 21, 2008Disney Think Fast features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R South Park2009311 March 11, 2009Mickey Mouse is a character in the South Park episode "The Ring".2
4Arrow L James Cameron's Avatar20100209 February 09, 2010The cover of Topolino #2828 features a parody of Avatar.3
4Arrow L Desperate Housewives20100914 September 14, 2010The comic strip Che Aria tira a... Topolinia! on Topolino #2859 features a reference to a show titled "Desperate Housemouse".2.5
4Arrow L Destino20100928 September 28, 2010In the story Topolino e il surreale viaggio nel destino Mickey, Donald and Goofy end up inside the short Destino.2
4Arrow L Saludos Amigos20100928 September 28, 2010The Mickey Mouse story Topolino e il surreale viaggio nel destino features a reference to Saludos Amigos.2
4Arrow L Disney's Gremlins20101125 November 25, 2010The Gremlins are supporting characters in Epic Mickey and Epic Mickey 2.1
4Arrow L Zelda20101125 November 25, 2010In Epic Mickey there's a reference to a phrase from The Legend of Zelda.3
5Arrow R InFamous20110607 June 07, 2011InFamous 2 features a reference to Epic Mickey in a movie title and a mission's name.2.5
5Arrow R Once Upon a Time (ABC)20111023 October 23, 2011Mickey Mouse merchandise is featured in Mr. Gold's shop in Once Upon a Time.2
5Arrow R Disney Universe20111025 October 25, 2011Disney Universe features costumes based on Mickey, Minnie and Donald.2
5Arrow R Kinect Disneyland Adventures20111115 November 15, 2011Kinect Disneyland Adventures features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Prep & Landing20111205 December 05, 2011A Mickey Mouse doll makes an appearance in Prep & Landing: Naughty vs. Nice.2
5Arrow R Wreck-It Ralph20121102 November 02, 2012Mickey Mouse makes an appearance on a billboard in Wreck-It Ralph.2
4Arrow L Tangled20121118 November 18, 2012Rapunzel from Tangled makes an appearance in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
4Arrow L The Princess and the Frog20121118 November 18, 2012Tiana from The Princess and the Frog makes an appearance in Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion.1
5Arrow R Disney Tsum Tsum2013 2013The Disney Tsum Tsum series features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
4Arrow L Il Commissario Montalbano20130416 April 16, 2013The character Topalbano from the italian Mickey Mouse stories "Topolino e la promessa del gatto" and "Topolino e lo zio d'America" is based on the main character from Il Commissario Montalbano.3
4Arrow L Codino20130528 May 28, 2013Codino makes an appearance in the story "Eta Beta l'uomo del 3000".1
4Arrow L Matterhorn20130629 June 29, 2013The Yeti from Matterhorn appears in the Mickey Mouse episode "Yodelberg".1
5Arrow R Disney Magical World20130801 August 01, 2013Disney Magical World features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Disney Infinity20130818 August 18, 2013Mickey's car is a vehicle in Disney Infinity, while Mickey Mouse himself is a usable character in later versions of the game.1
4Arrow L Luxo, Jr.20131011 October 11, 2013The Luxo Ball makes an appearance in the Mickey Mouse episode "Dog Show".2
4Arrow L It's a Small World20131018 October 18, 2013The Clock Tower from It's a Small World makes an appearance in the Mickey Mouse episode "O Sole Minnie", while the Gremlin Village in Epic Mickey is based on the attraction It's a Small World.1
5Arrow R Frozen (Disney)20131127 November 27, 2013A Mickey Mouse doll can be seen in Frozen, and Elsa makes a Mickey Mouse ice sculpture in Lego Frozen Northern Lights.2
5Arrow R Boyhood20140711 July 11, 2014There's a reference to Mickey Mouse in the movie Boyhood.2
4Arrow L Tomorrowland20141107 November 07, 2014The Space Mountain from Tomorrowland appears in the Mickey Mouse episodes "Mumbai Madness" and "Wish Upon a Coin".1
4Arrow L Star Trek20141202 December 02, 2014The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Star Top - Terza Generazione", published on Topolino #3079, and its sequels on Topolino #3162-3165, are parodies of Star Trek.3
5Arrow R Bojack Horseman2015717 July 17, 2015Pluto was mentioned in the Bojack Horseman episode "Yesterdayland".2
5Arrow R James Bond20151026 October 26, 2015The James Bond movie Spectre features a reference to Mickey Mouse; The Mickey Mouse story Topolino 007,5 is a parody of the James Bond series.2
5Arrow R Zootopia20160210 February 10, 2016A Mickey Mouse doll makes a small appearance in the movie Zootopia.2
4Arrow L Make Mine Music20160212 February 12, 2016The dancers from the Make Mine Music segment "All the Cats Join In" make a cameo in the Mickey Mouse episode "Couple Sweaters".1
4Arrow L Asterix20160315 March 15, 2016The Italian Mickey Mouse story "Topolinix e lo scambio di Galli" is a parody of Asterix, and also mentions characters from that series as really existing in the story.1
5Arrow R Disney Magic Kingdoms20160317 March 17, 2016Disney Magic Kingdoms features characters from the Mickey Mouse series.1
5Arrow R Crossy Road20160328 March 28, 2016Disney Crossy Road has Mickey Mouse characters.1
5Arrow R Lego Minifigures201605 May 2016The Disney series of Lego Minifigures includes Mickey Mouse and his friends Minnie, Donald and Daisy.1
5Arrow R Art Academy20160513 May 13, 2016Disney Art Academy features drawings of Mickey Mouse characters.2
5Arrow R Disney Emoji Blitz20160714 July 14, 2016Disney Emoji Blitz features emoji themed after Mickey Mouse characters.2
5Arrow R Teen Titans20160805 August 05, 2016Mickey Mouse was mentioned in "Teen Titans Go: Island Adventure".2
4Arrow L The Shining20161209 December 09, 2016Two characters looking like the Grady Twins from the movie The Shining appear in Duck the Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special.3
4Arrow L Once Upon a Wintertime20161209 December 09, 2016One of the horses from Once Upon a Wintertime makes a cameo in Duck the Halls: A Mickey Mouse Christmas Special.1

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