In this final volume, the homage to Mickey's early career is completed with these shorts. From 1928's The Barn Dance to his very last black-and-white short, 1935's Mickey's Kangaroo, his colorful antics in a black-and-white world propelled his stardom to that of a superstar. The Mickey craze touch everybody and everything. In this volume hear Leonard Maltin and Disney Legend John Hench talk about Mickey's official birthday portraits. Visit and unbelievable collection of Mickey collectibles and rare artifacts. Enjoy period photos, publicity and animation art from the archives. It's all here plus more in this celebration of the mouse who became a global icon. Featuring exclusive introductions by film historian Leonard Maltin, this is a timeless collection from generations past for generations to come.
Be whoever you want to be! Share the fun and excitement of playing dress-up with Minnie, Daisy and the whole Clubhouse gang! You're invited to Minnie's Masquerade, a costume party where everyone wins a prize! Help Minnie and Mickey put the finishing touches on their royal crowns, search for ''Sir Goofsalot's'' missing shoe and much more. All it takes is a heaping helping of imagination and the right Mouseketools! So get up on your feet and join the costume parade at the ultimate ''mousekerade'' ball!
The celebration of 70 years of Walt Disney's Comics continues here with some of the greatest Mickey Mouse stories ever told! Modern Mickey master Byron Erickson, the creator that fans have been clamoring for, gives us two stories, 'Catch as Cat Can' and 'Pocketful of Miracles,' both printed here for the first time in the United States! Featuring a brand-new cover by celebrated Mickey Mouse artist Paco Rodriguez! --
Classics are back at BOOM! Celebrate 70 years of Walt Disney’s Comics with the greatest Mickey Mouse tales ever told! Including stories that haven’t seen the light of day since their first printing over 50 years ago! Sail the dangerous seas with Mickey and a horde of pirates in the Walsh/Gottfredson tale “The Pirate Ghost Ship!” marking its first complete reprint since 1944. Experience the wonder of Gottfredson’s “Laundry Blues” from 1932 in its first re-printing ever! Don’t miss this extra-sized, 40-page anniversary issue, featuring the fantastic Goofy tale by Romano Scarpa, “Don’t Worry About It,” making its American printing debut! This is what you have been waiting for! Featuring covers by Mickey master artist Casty and the legendary Floyd Gottfredson! --