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Her full name, Minerva Mouse, is given in the comic strip story "The Gleam" by Merrill De Maris and Floyd Gottfredson and published from January 19 to May 2, 1942.
In many appearances, Minnie was presented as Mickey's girlfriend, a close friend to Daisy Duck, and/or a friend to Clarabelle Cow.
See also supporting Disney Character section of the Kingdom Hearts Character Sheet for tropes that refer to them specifically in said video game series.
Not to be confused with Minerva Mink.
Media featuring Minnie
- Who Framed Roger Rabbit? - In a Cameo at the end of the movie.
- Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas
- Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers
- Mickey's Twice Upon a Christmas
- The Kingdom Hearts series
- Totally Minnie
- Minnie 'n Me
Tropes That Apply to Minnie:
- Demoted to Extra: She co-starred with Mickey in most of his black and white shorts, but once Donald Duck started appearing in Mickey shorts, she began appearing less and less.
- Depending on the Artist: She was originally topless, but she's been depicted over the years as either topless or fully clothed.
- Distaff Counterpart
- Distressed Damsel
- Badass Damsel: In quite a few shorts.
- Chaste Toons: She has twin nieces named Millie and Melody
- Fully-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Depending on the Artist.
- Furry Confusion: She has a pet kitten named Figaro.
- Half-Dressed Cartoon Animal: Again, Depending on the Artist.
- The Ingenue
- Nice Hat: In the really early Classic Disney Shorts.
- Out-of-Character Moment: While she's always sweet-natured, she encourages Mickey to rip Julius' ears off in Runaway Brain and Julius was still in Mickey's body when she said that.
- Pink Means Feminine: One of her favored colors, especially recently.
- Rodents of Unusual Size
- Satellite Character: Really doesn't have much of a personality outside of her interactions with Mickey and co.
- Shallow Love Interest
- The Smurfette Principle
- Tertiary Sexual Characteristics