Mickey Mouse Classics: Mouse Tails

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See Mickey Mouse as he was want meant to be seen: Solving mysteries, fighting off pirates, and just generally saving the day. Some classic stories that comprise a “Greatest Hits” of sorts for the mouse. Featuring a rare Mickey Mouse story by seminal artist Carl Barks.

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Overview

See Mickey Mouse as he was want meant to be seen: Solving mysteries, fighting off pirates, and just generally saving the day. Some classic stories that comprise a “Greatest Hits” of sorts for the mouse. Featuring a rare Mickey Mouse story by seminal artist Carl Barks.

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Children's Literature - Michael Jung
Today, most kids know Mickey Mouse as the mascot of Disneyland and the Walt Disney Company. But back in the 1930s and 1940s, this mouse had a much more mischievous and scrappy attitude that let him get into all sorts of misadventures—as the classic comic strips collected in this graphic novel reveal. Follow Mickey as he matches wits with feline trickster Kat Nipp, who loves tying knots in Mickey's tail. Thrill to his misadventures as he tries to solve the mystery of the seven-colored cat. Then check out six other tales where he gets involved in a criminal conspiracy, shrinks down to microscopic size, and even switches places with Donald Duck! Long-time Disney fans will enjoy reading all these different interpretations of Mickey—who changes not only in appearance but also personality as zanier characters like Goofy and Donald Duck began emerging over the years to act as foils for the mouse's (relatively) mellower persona. A lot of fun for kids and all fans of classic comics. Reviewer: Michael Jung
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Gr 5—A selection of vintage comics reprinted, recolored, and anthologized provides a view back to some of the origins and traditions of the famous rodent. Sometimes considered to be the straight man to a series of more overtly humorous foils, Mickey Mouse has long been the hero of crime and mystery stories, which are gently referenced here. The central stories involve a forgery scheme and some fanciful sci-fi, as well as an homage to The Hound of the Baskervilles. Of interest is a mistaken-identity story by Carl Barks, whose work on Donald Duck is legendary in comics circles, but who rarely worked with Mickey. The best tale is a 1931 reprint from the daily comic strip by Floyd Gottfredson, which begins the collection and introduces Mickey as a rough-and-tumble, brash Popeye-esque character, full of vim, vinegar, and conflict. This is an interesting curiosity that most younger kids will be able to read and enjoy, even if they unintentionally bypass the alterations to the character over time, and the historical survey this volume provides.—Benjamin Russell, Belmont High School, NH
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781608865390
  • Publisher: Boom! Studios
  • Publication date: 3/9/2010
  • Series: Mickey Mouse Classics Series
  • Pages: 112
  • Product dimensions: 6.80 (w) x 10.30 (h) x 0.60 (d)

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