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WALL•E: The Human Touch is a fancomic created by nicktoonhero (Nicktoons Tales). It is basically a retelling of the Disney/Pixar film WALL-E, but with the robots replaced with human counterparts.

The comic can be viewed at Smack Jeeves and at nicktoonhero's deviantART.

Tropes related to the comic:

  • Adorably Precocious Child: WALL•E. Combining the original's personality with his human design used in the comic really helps him gain sympathy from the readers really quickly.
  • After the End
  • All There in the Manual: Some trivia attached to the pages give some insight on the characters' backstories, as well as anything else that would raise questions.
  • Alternate Universe: It is highly implied that the comic is this.
  • Amusing Injuries: WALL•E suffers from these.
  • Art Evolution: Compare the original drawings with the finalized versions.
    • Even happens within the remastered version, in which the drawings become more consistent and proportional within a matter of several pages.
  • Clone Degeneration: All of the WALL•Es, except the original, died down. Apparently they had very limited lifespans compared to the real deal.
  • Collector of the Strange: Take a wild guess.
  • Eyes of Gold: M-O, interestingly enough
  • Fun Size: Hal is unusually small for a dog. Word of God states that this is because he's the runt of a litter.
  • Goggles Do Something Unusual: WALL•E's goggles provide the same functions as the original's eye lenses: Optical zoom and a built-in laser between the lens.
  • I Do Not Own: All the human designs were borrowed and so every page - even pieces of artwork that contain the characters, have a disclaimer on the description.
  • Icy Blue Eyes: EVE.
  • Made of Iron: Hal is able to get back up despite being crushed by WALL•E.
  • Medium Blending: Ever since the author decided to use screenshots of backgrounds used in the movie, the comic has become an example of this.
  • Moe Anthropomorphism
    • The WALL•As are an interesting variation. They are still robots, but their appearance was changed to mirror Human!WALL•E's.
  • Puppy Dog Eyes: WALL•E sports a permanent pair of them, in addition to...
  • Purple Eyes
  • Really More Than 700 Years Old: WALL•E may look like a young teenager, but if his backstory is to be believed, then he has to be over 700 now. This could also apply to EVE and the other "robots."
  • Robot Me: The WALL•As are a gigantic version of this trope.
  • Roger Rabbit Effect: The effect of the clearly-drawn AUTO next to the live action Axiom captain.
  • Rollerblade Good: WALL•E, surprisingly.
  • Tainted Veins: EVE's Power Core on her chest is surrounded with them.
  • White-Haired Pretty Girl: EVE.
  • X-Ray Sparks: WALL•E, when hit by lightning.
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