Originally Posted by kmhvball
The Home Depot I went to tried to do a "Search" for Mickey, Mouse, Mickey Mouse Ears, Mouse Black, and said they couldn't find it :-( I got, but haven't yet used, the darkest they had - something called Carbon I think, but can't attest to how black it is at this point. My ceiling will likely be painted soon, but I have essentially no reference - so, even if/when painted, I am not sure I'll be able to really tell.
That's because they don't make it anymore, they discontinued the entire Disney collection that this was in.
HOWEVER, if you want the blackest paint, just tell them "black". They can manually override the mixing machine to do a pure black. That's what I used. Color your primer to as dark as possible, and do get the home depot flat paint, just "black". It doesn't get any darker. Any other color will have tints of other stuff in it. I'll post a picture of mine below.
NOTE: I would highly recommend spraying! I repainted my room several times and kept getting awful stripes. The flat black from the Home Depot is the only black I could find that can be applied with a roller easily but it still isn't perfect. At the minimum, take some time to learn how to properly apply paint. Most people just slop paint on with a roller then are all proud because it doesn't look like total ass when they're finished. That's fine with beige. You can't get away with that crap with black. Make sure your nap is ALWAYS going in the right direction and use long smoothing strokes while the paint is still wet. VERY IMPORTANT!!!!! !!!!!!
Be aware that this combination is so dark that it strains your eyes to read even with full lighting on. It is extremely difficult for me to even take a picture that looks decent no matter what the lighting. It is ridiculously dark. I love it but be aware if you go all out and even paint the ceiling like I did. If you don't want it quite so dark, go to Sherwin Williams and get their matte paint, spray it on, and leave the ceiling white.
Also be aware that once you do this on the walls it is kind of hard to find decor that matches. Lots of things that seem black in the store are actually really dark brown and it can clash. The only thing that looks good is decor that is a pure black or gray. Dark gold and pure bright white looks pretty nice with it. If you want a bunch of brown decor look for something with brown in it, such as Black Fox by Sherwin Williams.
This is what Home Depot pure flat black looks like below: