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In 1930, Disney began a newspaper strip called Mickey Mouse which greatly expanded Mickey's world which was already well-known from the animated cartoons.The stories then became a work of collaborative fiction with different writers working in different mediums. For example, while Mickey and his friends largely live in the same contemporary setting, they sometimes appear in exotic settings including period pieces (Brave Little Tailor, The Nifty Nineties) and fantasy films (Fantasia, Fun and Fancy Free).Real-world versions also exist in Disneyland and Tokyo Disneyland, called Mickey's Toontown.Since 1990, the actual city in which Mickey lives is typically called Mouseton, and is often depicted as the city next to Duckburg, the city in which Donald Duck lives (see Donald Duck universe).
Mickey's city was unnamed until 1932, when the comic story The Great Orphanage Robbery identified it as Silo Center.Later publisher Gemstone and the present Boom Studios have continued the use of Mouseton from 2003 onward.Strangely, in-between licensee Gladstone (1993–99) usually left Mickey's city unnamed, or—very rarely—referenced it as Duckburg, better known as Donald Duck's hometown.But the first consistent name for Mickey's city came in 1950s Italy, where it was called Topolinia (from Topolino or 'little mouse,' Mickey's Italian name). launched the new American comic Mickey Mouse Adventures and initially planned to use the name Mouseville there.But due to then-current Mighty Mouse cartoons' use of a city called Mouseville, the new name Mouseton was created for Mickey's town instead; both in Mickey Mouse Adventures and in Disney's contemporary reprints of vintage stories in Walt Disney's Comics and Stories (1991–93).
And it is about his friend Minnie Mouse whose home is safely hidden, soft and warm, somewhere in the chicken house." In the Mickey Mouse newspaper strip, Mickey's farm was most likely located in the midwestern United States, as indicated by characters' comments to have arrived "out west" to Death Valley and to go "back east" to conduct business, etc.