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Coming home from a trip, Mickey finds another Mouse in his house. A Mouse who could be his twin... evil twin, that is! The dastardly Miklos has been alienating Mickey’s friends and committing crimes in Mickey’s name. He’s got Pluto as a hostage, so Mickey can’t make him stop! Or can he? Send in the clones — here comes a fight to the finish! Floyd Gottfredson, Mickey Mouse artist from 1930–1975, and co-writer Bill Walsh gave Disney’s big-eared hero many bouts of self-doubt in the uneasy Cold War years. But only once did Mickey’s very identity face a challenge like this! And “Mickey’s Dangerous Double” is only the start. “Dry Gulch Goofy” becomes a Wild West movie star this volume — and Pegleg Pete attacks the “Isle of Moola-La” for perilous paydirt!
Restored from Disney’s original proof sheets, Mickey Vs. Mickey also includes more than 20 pages of duplicitous extras! You’ll enjoy behind-the-scenes art, rare publicity material, and clone-worthy commentary by Disney talents! Walt Disney often said that his studio’s success “all started with a Mouse” — and today Mickey is among the world’s most recognizable icons. Now it’s time to rediscover the wild, unforgettable personality behind the icon: Floyd Gottfredson’s Mickey Mouse.
“Anyone who ventures into this gorgeous tome will come away with a fresh appreciation for just what made Mickey an all-American comic-strip hero.” — Time Out New York
“Gottfredson’s comics are energized with a loopy energy that matches the spunky determination of Mickey himself. Running pell-mell from one dangerous escapade to the next, Mickey is all spit and fire as he confronts louts like Pegleg Pete and protects Minnie.” — Publishers Weekly
“Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse is a treasure of modern American culture — a reminder that, once in a while, the most popular thing is the best thing.” — SF Weekly
“This Mickey is a feisty, wisecracking daredevil. Gottfredson’s charmingly old-fashioned drawings accentuate the gags and briskly propel the plotlines.” — Booklist