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Mickey Mouse
Voice Actor(s)
Chris Diamantopoulos
First Appearance Steamboat Willie (1928)

Mickey Mouse (ミッキーマウス, Mikkīmausu) is a starting fighter in the game Cartoon All-Star Rumble, who along with all fighters in the roster is making his first playable appearance in the series. Like almost all other characters in the game, Mickey's design remains true to his original Disney incarnation, while also adding touches or realism such as his shorts being made of cotton. Overall, Mickey appears as 3D incarnation of the famous mouse. His voice clips will be provided by his current voice actor, Chris Diamantopoulos who provides his voice in the Mickey Mouse shorts. His moveset reflects many of the character's most famous incarnations such as Fantasia, Steamboat Willie, and the modern Mickey Mouse shorts.

Paul Rudish, the creator of the modern Mickey Mouse shorts, and John Lassiter, the head of Walt Disney Animation supervised the development of Mickey Mouse to ensure that he remained true to his original incarnation for the fighting game.


Mickey Mouse is an animated anthropomorphic mouse created by Walt Disney and Ub Iwerks in the year 1928. Mickey is, by far, The Walt Disney Company's most famous character and serves as the company's mascot. Estimated as standing 2' 3" (69 centimeters) and weighing 23 pounds (10 kilograms), Mickey rapidly rose to the pinnacle of American culture, becoming the most popular and recognizable cartoon character in the world and the prime influence of following cartoons.


Mickey is described as being a balanced fighter with no notable strengths or weaknesses to describe. His moveset is a mix of attacks pulled from the original shorts by Walt Disney, the Mickey Mouse Works shorts, and the more recent Paul Rudish Mickey Mouse shorts by Disney. In addition to his slapstick style moves, Mickey has the ability to summon his powers from Fantasia via his Grand Finale move.


Hyper Combo Name Level Notes
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Sumo Challenge 2

Mickey proceeds to nod towards an unseen opponent from offscreen and ducks as the opponent is revealed to be a Sumo Wrestler that bodyslams the opponent.

The Sorcerer's Apprentice 3 Mickey Mouse summons his sorcerer's hat from the segment of the same name, and proceeds to summons poweful waves of water as well as a large number of shooting stars to fall from the galaxy above.


On-Screen Appearance


Character Tag-Outs

Role in Story Mode

Alternate Costumes

Images Costume Notes
Steamboat Willie Mickey Mouse's design from the 1928 short "Steamboat Willie". The costume is seen as black and white, and is a retro design of Mickey.
The Sorcerer's Apprentice

Mickey's famous wizard's robes from the segment of the same name from the 1940 film, "Fantasia".

Marching Band Conductor Mickey's colorful outfit


  • The sumo wrestler that appears in Mickey's Level 2 Hyper Combo is actually the same one that Mickey challenged in the 2013 Mickey Mouse short film, Tokyo Go. The animations for the sumo wrestler are also animated the same as he was in the film.
  • Mickey notably calls Bugs Bunny by his first name, this is a callback to the 1988 film "Who Framed Roger Rabbit?", the only notable film in history that featured Bugs Bunny and Mickey Mouse on the same screen for the first and only time that both characters had appeared on screen together prior to the release of CASR.


Voice Actors

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