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  • Where’s Wall-E Illustration Rocks the Robot Universe
    Where’s Wall-E Illustration Rocks the Robot Universe

    Here is a quick way to escape the Monday doldrums for all you Sci-Fi fans, take a few minutes to play “Where’s Wall-E”. Richard Sargent created this terrific illustration that challenges you to find Wall-E in his amazing illustration featuring dozens of robots. Bonus Points for naming them all.

  • John Lasseter unveils Pixar USPS Stamps
    John Lasseter unveils Pixar USPS Stamps

    In a move that is sure to bolster the United States Post Office’s failing bottom line, the chief creative officer of Walt Disney Studios and Pixar Animation Studios, John Lasseter, and deputy postmaster general, Ronald Stroman, unveiled the USPS Send a Hello Forever stamp series yesterday at the ultimate Disney…

  • Around the Hub – Sunday Night Wrapup
    Around the Hub – Sunday Night Wrapup

    We had to upgrade The Disney Blog this weekend and I’m still seeing some minor problems around. If you notice anything please let me know. Meanwhile, it’s time to close some open tabs in the latest trip Around The Hub. The ‘final’ schedule for the D23 expo has been made…

  • Around the Hub – Disney News and Links
    Around the Hub – Disney News and Links

    Out in Los Angeles the ABC station is in danger of losing their broadcast towers to the wildfires out there. Smoke is a persistent smell across the county. So everybody out west please be safe and take care of yourselves, okay. Wall-E Tattoo. Very cool, but I do not want….

  • Creators of WALL-E’s end titles interviewed
    Creators of WALL-E’s end titles interviewed

    Pixar artists Jim Capobianco and Alex Woo were recently interviewed by the marvelous Art Of The Title blog. That only makes sense when you know that the pair were responsible for the end title sequence of WALL-E which actually completes the story of humanity’s return to Earth.

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