Huh, they're keeping classic Disney animation as a resource for King Mickey. Ok then, that complicates things a bit....I was expecting them to just include Fantasia and The Three Musketeers for him, they're directly referenced as events that took place in KH and frankly don't matter much in the long run. Movie media icon or not, the magic of Fantasia doesn't really matter much one way or another in this context of looking for feats. But I figured since KH disassociates itself so much from the original takes on both Disney and FF cast (I'd say Square Enix as a whole, yet for some reason they really wanted The World Ends With You to feel authentically tied-in) they'd just stick to what's shown, you know, in KH. Disney media is freaking vast and not exactly made for this sort of analysis. (Take that weird Scrooge McDuck speed feat where they found him throwing and catching a penny in, what, a 1940's newspaper comic?)
This also run into the contradictory nature of KH's lore to Disney lore. Similar to Worlds being separate universes in KH but shared planets in some Disney films, KH just ignores most at-the-time modern Disney cartoon stuff. Like, Goofy never had a son named Max. So....where does the cut-off begin? House of Mouse? Disney reintroducing Oswald the Lucky Rabbit? How about when Disney had a whole species of homicidal Goofies running around? I was already guessing Mickey wins use to the simple multiverse scale KH runs on and Mickey has shown feats relating to compared to Star Wars' galaxy-sized stuff, but now you're also throwing in OG old as dirt cartoon physics in? I'm more curious now how they intend to wrap him all up into one concise character than the episode now. VIDEO Episode's out now.
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Ok episode overall if rather underselling the KH series. Next is Shadow the Hedgehog versus the Kill la Kill girl. I don't get it. I mean, they made fun of the match-up a while back because of it just being based on their looks. Which they shot down Mewtwo versus Frieza over. Is this some ironic continuation of that? Someone who's familiar with Kill la Kill, what's her connection to Shadow beyond color scheme?