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DisneyLegoMerchandisepixarToys

In February, LEGO announced it was moving ahead with a WALL-E set from the LEGO Ideas submission process. IT’s been pretty quite on the LEGO/Disney/PIXAR front since then, but it now looks like the set will make its way to store shelves.

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DisneyDoctor WhoLego

The LEGO Ideas site has generated incredibly popular sets designed by the amazing LEGO community and two more sets have been picked for production: Doctor Who and Wall-E!

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DisneyFan FilmMoviesVideo

Everyone loves Wall-E, and though we haven’t created our own junk and recycling robots to fix our environment yet, there are some who are trying. We visit Mike McMaster’s workshop to see his incredible life-size Wall-E, a remote controlled robot that lives among an R2-D2 droid and other pets on Mike’s orange farm.

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Boom StudiosDisneySneak Peek

Boom! Studios sent Major Spoilers a sneak peek of the books it will have in stores this week (August 18, 2010).  Take the jump to get an early look at CBGB #2, Darkwing Duck #3, Donald Duck and Friends #357, Farscape #10, Finding Nemo #2, Pale Horse #3, The Muppet Show Comic Book: Family Reunion trade paperback, and the Wall-E: Out There trade paperback.

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Boom StudiosDisneyReprintVariant

Press Release BOOM Studios is proud to announce that WALL-E #0 has sold out completely, sending the title into second printing. Fans should keep in mind, while Diamond Comic Distributors is completely sold out, first printings of WALL-E #0 may still be found at a direct market retailer near you.

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Boom StudiosDisneyFeaturedReview

Ever wonder about what Wall-E’s life was like prior to the events of the hit Pixar film? Well, Boom! Kids is giving you the chance to get a glimpse into Wall-E’s world before Eve! Follow Wall-E and his fellow surviving bots as they attempt to complete their programming, and Wall-E finds some neat stuff!

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AnimationcartoonDisneyMovies

I don’t know what I’m having for dinner, let alone what movie I will want to see in 2012. In a move it hasn’t done in many years, Disney unveiled a detailed road map of its animation production schedule into the next decade. Probably the most notable item on the list is the return of Woody and Buzz Lightyear for Toy Story 3.

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