Disney Marvel Mashups: Crossovers Inspired By Scrooge and Thanos

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For 80 years, Scrooge McDuck’s adventures have taken him all over the globe, but this June, he’ll take his first steps into a brand new world: the Marvel Comics universe. Disney’s beloved billionaire duck will enter the Multiverse for the first time when Marvel’s Uncle $crooge and the Infinity Dime #1 debuts this June.

Marvel’s Uncle $crooge and the Infinity Dime #1
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This landmark comic is penned by Marvel writer Jason Aaron and illustrated by a host of former Scrooge artists. Unlike the previously released ‘Disney What If?’ variant cover series and 2023’s Disney100 variant cover program, this marks the first-ever mashup of storytelling between Disney’s animated properties and the world of Marvel Comics.

Uncle $crooge and the Infinity Dime #1 will see Scrooge and his nephews Huey, Dewey, and Louie embark on an adventure across time and space as they struggle to stop an evil variant McDuck from becoming the all-powerful, infinitely rich Scrooge-Above-All!

Marvel’s Uncle $crooge and the Infinity Dime #1 variant covers
Uncle $crooge and the Infinity Dime #1 variant covers

To honor this unprecedented event, we’ve come up with some Disney Marvel mashups of our own, featuring characters like Snow White and Nick Fury.

While our creations aren’t associated with Disney or Marvel and won’t see a printing press, Uncle $crooge and the Infinity Dime #1 will be available on June 19 at your local comic shop, or you can pre-order your digital copy today.

The Incredible Duck

Pop Culture Wonders Disney Marvel mashup The Incredible Duck. Mashup combines The Incredible Hulk and Donald Duck.

On leave from the Navy, Donald Duck is out for a long scenic drive when he suddenly becomes lost and wanders into the middle of a top-secret experiment involving gamma radiation.

The scientist in charge of the experiment, Bruce Beagle, attempts to warn Donald, but he’s too late. Donald is exposed to gamma rays, transforming him into a giant green monster the news calls “The Incredible Duck.”

Now, every time the notoriously short-fused Donald gets angry, he begins to change into his monstrous alter ego. The infamous hothead has no choice but to learn to control his anger while he searches for a cure, but a certain trio of mischievous nephews will make it impossible for Donald to keep cool.

With Huey, Dewey, and Louie doing everything in their power to try and drive their uncle quackers, Donald won’t be able to keep his inner beast trapped for long. Duck SMASH!

The Sorcerer Supreme’s Apprentice

Mickey Mouse’s new job as Dr. Strange’s apprentice couldn’t be going better. That is, until one night, the Sorcerer Supreme leaves Mickey alone to watch over the Sanctum Sanctorum while he attends a party at Avengers Tower.

Strange makes Mickey promise not to touch anything magical, and he agrees. Soon, however, the mouse’s curiosity gets the better of him, and he starts playing with Dr. Strange’s magical artifacts. 

It starts innocently enough, with Mickey using the Cloak of Levitation to fly around. But when he loses control and accidentally knocks over the Eye of Agamotto, it awakens all the other artifacts, causing all spell to break loose!

Now, it’s a race against the clock as Mickey hurries to clean up his magic mess before Dr. Strange gets home, but with all of the Doctor’s enchanted items running amok throughout the Sanctum Sanctorum, it won’t be easy.

Goofy Agent of G.A.W.R.S.H. (Good guys Against Wayward Rascals Starting a Hassle)

Pop Culture Wonders Disney Marvel mashup Goofy Agent of... G.W.A.R.S.H. Mashup combines Goofy and Nick Fury Agent of SHIELD.

Accident-prone Goofy snags a boot during a fishing trip and hits himself in the eye while reeling it in. As a result, Goofy must temporarily wear a patch over his left eye. Unfortunately, the eyepatch makes Goofy look exactly like Nick Fury, leader of the spy organization G.A.W.R.S.H.

When the evil agents of the villain group H.Y.U.C.K. accidentally kidnap Goofy instead of Fury, it’s up to the real spymaster to mount a rescue. 

Meanwhile, a few hours with the well-meaning but clumsy Goofy has the H.Y.U.C.K. agents pulling out their hair. 

With a half-blind Goofy wandering around their secret lair and accidentally destroying a fortune’s worth of expensive machinery, the bad guys might have gotten more than they bargained for. By the time Nick Fury arrives, it’ll be the bad guys who need rescuing from Goofy!

Snow White and the Seven Skrulls

Pop Culture Wonders Disney Marvel mashup Snow White and the Seven Skrulls. Mashup combines Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Marvel Skrulls.

A glitch in the Multiverse causes Snow White’s seven pint-sized pals, Doc, Grumpy, Happy, Sleepy, Bashful, Sneezy, and Dopey, to switch places with seven shapeshifting Skrulls.

Now, she must help the Skrulls disguise themselves as dwarfs so they can fit in while she investigates what happened to her friends.

Pretending to be the seven dwarfs’ long-lost cousins, the Skrulls adopt the personas Stinky, Bouncy, Whiny, Tearful, Silly, Hungry, and Bill. The disguised Skrulls accompany Snow White on an adventure to find her old friends and help them find a way back to the Skrull homeworld in the process.

The Hundred Acre Avengers

Pop Culture Wonders Disney Marvel mashup The Hundred Acres Avengers. Mashup combines Winnie the Pooh and The Avengers.

In a story for younger readers, Winnie the Pooh and his friends decide to form their own superhero team after listening to Christopher Robin read aloud from one of his comic books. Calling themselves The Hundred Acres Avengers, the gang attempts to create their own superhero identities based on the real Avengers.

 The overzealous Tigger quickly comes up with the name Captain A-Bounce-ica, but the others have trouble figuring out their new personas.

Rabbit, feeling bold, calls himself Iron Hare. At the same time, Eeyore mishears “Thor” as “Thorn” and names himself The Mighty Thistle, after his favorite prickly plant.

Meanwhile, Owl stubbornly argues that if one Avenger can call himself Falcon, he should be able to continue using the name Owl.

Thinking of honey as usual, Pooh dons black and yellow stripes in order to become The Bee, while the already diminutive Piglet finally settles on Small-as-an-Ant-Man.

The Hundred Acres Avengers vow to protect Kanga and Roo from Heffelumps and Woozles despite Kanga’s protest that they are in no actual danger.

One night, when little Roo starts sleepwalking, the group mistakes him for a Heffelump and attempts to capture him to prove their usefulness to Kanga. Unfortunately, a series of misunderstandings makes the whole thing a frightful mess.

It takes a return visit from Christopher Robin to help set things right again. After things go back to normal, a discouraged Winnie-the-Pooh tells Christopher Robin that he only wanted to be a hero like the people in Christopher’s comics. 

“You’ve always been my hero. Silly old bear!” Christopher responds, as he gives Pooh a giant hug.

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