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Welcome to The Game's Afoot!, the definitive fansite for Disney's 26th underappreciated animated classic, The Great Mouse Detective (1986). Relive the exciting adventures of a clever mouse, Basil of Baker Street, and his arch-enemy, the notorious Professor Ratigan, in London 1897. This site contains the most comprehensive information and media on this underrated Disney gem. Be sure to sign Basil's Guestbook, feel free to contribute, and enjoy!

Note: Please do not take any photos without permission first. If you want to use Fan Art pictures, permission must be obtained from the original artists. Thank you!


01-27-2023 | Updated Merchandise (page 2) with clearer and larger images of the three Disneyland Paris Limited Edition pins featuring Basil & co, Fidget the Bat, and Felicia and Ratigan. Credit and huge thanks for the images goes to Pin & Pop.


01-20-2023 | Had to update Professional Artists again with this absolutely adorable sculpture of Olivia Flaversham. The images were found at the Instagram account of Diseños Hicade, formed by Carlos Roberto Pérez López and María Hidalgo Cebrián, two illustrators and sculptures that have brilliant work you must see to believe!


01-13-2023 | Updated the Professional Artists page with brilliant artwork of Basil of Baker Street by Illustrator Scott Milton Brazee. Scott created this beautiful image for Disney Lorcana trading cards. The first series is due in the fall of 2023 and is appropriately called Disney Lorcana: The First Chapter. For more information on the trading cards, check out this web site from Polygon.


01-06-2023 | "Scurvy knaves are extra scurvy/On the sixth of January/All because it's topsy turvy day!" For Topsy Turvy Day, I added to Fan Art (Off Site) the link to my deviantART picture, Basil Vs Clopin. Created back in 2009, this was to describe the similarities of the two characters. I no longer have a lot of my artwork showcased at this site, but for today's date, here was a favorite I did back when I made a lot of drawings with Basil!