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Wall-e

Life-Size Wall-E Replica

Life-Size Wall-E Replica

Mike Senna’s remote-controlled, life-size replica of Wall-E. Senna spent more than 3,800 hours total to make the robot, which can move, move its head and arms and say its name. More here and here.

BURN-E

BURN-E

If you never picked up the video release of WALL-E, you missed out on this charming 7-minute long Pixar clip, which tells the tale of BURN-E, a robot tasked with repairing a single exterior light.

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Where’s Wall-E?

Where’s Wall-E?

Richard Sargent (no, not that Dick Sargent) created this robot-laden illustration, filled with bots from R2-D2 to Rosie the Robot to Bender to Woody Allen in Sleeper. But we dare you to find Wall-E.

Photos: Wall-E 365

Photos: Wall-E 365

Brian S. Berkovitz’s Wall-E 365 project will photograph our favorite trash compacting ‘bot for a year straight as he does everything but compact trash; he started just after Christmas 2009.

WALL-E Case Mod

WALL-E Case Mod

For all you WALL-E lovers out there: your favorite robot has been cast into a fantastically detailed computer case, complete with meticulous step by step instructions. Thanks, IceBone!

WALL-E Mini Figures

WALL-E Mini Figures
$18  Buy Comment

Fresh from Japan, this mini figure set includes eight robots from the epic “prison break” scene in WALL-E, including EVE and M-O; it measure 5.5″ long and includes a snap-together base.

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