Mickey Mouse and Friends: 300 Mickeys

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Mouse mischief multiplies when a cloning experiment goes wrong, creating more Mickeys than you can shake a stick at! Then, Mickey and Minnie's vacation to Mt. Rushmore takes a monstrous turn when they're attacked by an army of robot Presidents! Also includes the classic Floyd Gottfredson tale ?Dan the Dogcatcher?!

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Overview

Mouse mischief multiplies when a cloning experiment goes wrong, creating more Mickeys than you can shake a stick at! Then, Mickey and Minnie's vacation to Mt. Rushmore takes a monstrous turn when they're attacked by an army of robot Presidents! Also includes the classic Floyd Gottfredson tale “Dan the Dogcatcher”!

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Although known mostly as a mascot here in the U.S., abroad Mickey Mouse has been a popular comic, especially in Italy. This volume reprints one of his more intriguing adventures. Mickey, unable to go on a date with Minnie and hang out with Goofy at the same time, is desperate to find a solution. This solution comes from Eega Beeva, a lesser-known Disney character who is a man from the future. Mickey uses Eega Beeva's clone ray to make two of himself, but problems inevitably arise, especially when the clones start multiplying on their own. Before long they've stolen the clone ray to make even more of themselves and soon they have taken over an island. Mickey needs to do something about them, but it's all the more complicated now that they have consciousness and personalities of their own. This leads to a fast-paced story, using the idea of cloning as a good gimmick. The art, by Pelaez, is Disney standard—clean and easy to follow. Backups by masters Floyd Gottfredson and Giorgio Cavazzano show Mickey with more flair and imagination. Ages 6–9. (Mar.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608866274
  • Publisher: BOOM! Studios
  • Publication date: 3/1/2011
  • Edition description: Original
  • Pages: 128
  • Age range: 6 - 9 Years
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Stefan Petrucha is the author of over 100 young adult novels, graphic novels and comic books in the US. He has written graphic novels for Disney and the X-Files series, as well as science fiction and horror. He lives in Amherst, MA. Giorgio Cavazzano is an Italian comics artist born in 1947. He started his career at age 14, inking for legendary Disney artist Romano Scarpa. He has since become one of Disney's most prolific artists, and his style has influenced an entire generation of illustrators.

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