Mickey Mouse (Mickey Mouse) is a cartoon anthropomorphic mouse created by Walt Disney and Ab Iverks in 1928. Perhaps this is now the most popular hero. Mickey is the mascot of The Walt Disney Company.
“Mickey is a little in your face. Mickey is: “Hey! I’m smart, I can do everything, I’m in trouble, but I can get out of them … You know, I’m a rebel. I live by my own rules. – He’s a teenager’s dream, that’s who he is. Riot and make it work, it’s Mickey ”
― Writer Ron Saskind during American Experience: Walt Disney Special Edition on PBS
Mickey’s most famous traits are his sanity and charisma. In contrast, Mickey is also quite mischievous; a patchwork, freedom-loving rebel with a head full of curiosity, optimism and slight arrogance, Mickey has a habit of finding himself in a wide range of troubles caused to himself — sometimes a funny set of Mickey’s plane, “sometimes a very consistent Epic Mickey,” however, he also quickly thinks and cunning and thus able to save himself from various dangers, ending at the top in the end. Due to its small size and limited resources, Mickey often relies on his wit to overcome adversity. His cunning is also well used when he is looking for ways to make his life easier, even if he consciously has to break several rules in this process, being somewhat intriguing in this sense.
While his success raises his ego and makes him act selfishly from time to time, Mickey is a loyal friend and takes care of his loved ones. This is most evident in his relationship with his longtime girlfriend, Minnie Mouse. These two, as shown, deeply love each other, and as such, Mickey has repeatedly gone to great lengths to both ensure Minnie’s happiness and impress her (sometimes because of the uncertainty about her loss, as seen in “Mickey is trying to cook “). In turn, Minnie is an avid supporter of Mickey and openly responds to his feelings. Although his habit of forgetting special occasions and other important matters annoys her Rental Day.
To go crazy, Minnie simultaneously serves as Mickey’s better half, revealing the best of him, even after his own flaws create significant chaos.
Mickey is also a reliable leader and is respected among his peers because of this. For example, when he is responsible for the production (for example, a stage show or the Mouse House night theater), he is usually quite professional and composed, even when hackers and other inconveniences get in his way. Another great example of Mickey’s reliability can be seen in various cartoons in which Mickey plays with his best friends, the evil Donald Duck and the extremely clumsy Goofy. Mickey is able to deal with problems much better than Donald and Goofy, since his character and clumsiness do not distract him as much as his two comrades. Although capricious and childish in his own right, Mickey’s maturity shines most clearly when, when paired with Donald and Goofy, he shows that, despite all his weaknesses, he can act as a balanced “voice of reason” when the situation requires it. Mickey’s selflessness is also highlighted when paired with them. For example, as was repeatedly noted with Goofy, Mickey is inclined to act as a passive friend, since he cares very much about Goofy’s happiness and therefore puts up with a fair amount of stupid things for the sake of the latter. Sometimes Mickey can be “too” caring towards others, which can make him ignore his own needs, although he has his own limits. Hickory Dickory Mickey “” Grandma Goofy empathizing with guilt, Mickey would be happy to help someone if they seem to need Mickey’s good act “Klondike baby” although he sometimes lets his sympathetic heart blind his best judgment. “Mickey’s Cabin” in “Epic Mickey”, Mickey sacrificed his only chance to escape the wasteland to save Oswald and Gus, both of whom he only h to meet it -. among other feats, Oswald proved that nobility Mickey was genuine, and, in turn, led him to work with a mouse as an ally.
While Mickey’s character doesn’t get out of his control, he can be quite explosive after being pushed to a certain limit. Daisy’s “third wheel” ride colliding with his two most frequent opponents, Pete and Mortimer Mouse, for example, Mickey has a tendency to act irritable and rude. He is also somewhat implacable when it comes to avenge their pursuit. Get a horse! “In some cases, instead of directly giving his enemies satisfaction, having lost their temper, Mickey resorted to cunning pranks and deceit to defeat his enemies — this was a way to defeat them, as well as get a few laughs at the same time.