con·ti·nu·i·ty ˌkäntəˈn(y)o͞oədē/Submit noun noun: continuity
- the unbroken and consistent existence or operation of something over a period of time.
- the maintenance of continuous action and self-consistent detail in the various scenes of a movie or broadcast.
"a continuity error"
Continuity is lacking in the various versions of Mickey and Friends. This is not at all surprising considering how many people have worked on it and how many versions have been made. But please keep in mind that no matter how much continuity a certain version may lack from another, every incarnation is canon, at least to its own sub-franchise.
Characters can vary in appearance, age, personality, and other ways.
- Original designs vs. resigns of any character
- Huey Dewey and Louie and Max Goof sometimes being the same age vs. sometimes being different ages
- Huey Dewey and Louie being older than Webby Vanderquack in the original DuckTales vs. being same age in the reboot
- Goofy being much less intelligent in the series Mickey Mouse than many incarnations, such as Goof Troop, House of Mouse, etc.
- Scrooge McDuck being much harsher in House of Mouse than most incarnations, such as DuckTales, Mickey's Once Upon A Christmas, Mickey's Twice Upon A Christmas, etc.
- Huey Dewey and Louie generally being of one personality vs. having individual personalities in Quack Pack and the DuckTales reboot