Hi there. This one is going to be a short one. Trust me, I got a lot of things to do in the name of all that is animated, including fixing the Hub, which has since starting to fall apart ever since that Summer Block Party took over the Huboom block and most of our action cartoons have been pushed to the mornings. I will talk about this another time. Right now, the next character I will talk about in this Destiny League character blog is one from another universe and that universe is PIXAR. And that character is Wall-E.
Background: An little trash compactor type robot, whose acronym stands for Waste Allocation Load Lifter - Earth Class. Wall-E was created by Buy n Large (BnL) to clear the Earth of garbage after so many years of pollution. But when BnL abandons the plan for a clear Earth, they shut down all the Wall-E, except for one who has become self-aware when he stowaway into one of the ships that was evacuating Earth. Since then, Wall-E had many adventures until he returns to Earth and restores it to its former glory, with the help of the female robot, EVE (Extraterrestrial Vegetation Evaluator).
Appearance, Gear and Personality: Wall-E is a trash compactor type robot that was originally program to clean the Earth of its garbage. Let's just say he looks a bit like ROB the Robot from the old Nintendo Entertainment System, but a bit rusty, with its box-shaped body, little arms, tank-like treads in the body and its binoculars-shaped eyes. Wall-E has no weapons, but he is known for collecting junk, including a rubber ducky and a Rubix cube. Wall-E, despite being a robot, is self-aware and although he is kind most of the time, his curiosity often gets him into trouble.
Backstory: While combing through the ruins of the old BnL factory,Rayjin discovered a deactivated Wall-E. He took him back, fix him up and turned him back on. Curious about this new world, Wall-E became a little helper robot to both Rayjin and Tron when helping the team in their mission just like H.E.R.B.I.E. the robot did with the Fantastic Four.
That is all I could think about. Sorry, I never got a chance to watch the movie. Anyway, now if you'll excuse me. I got some Executive Meddling to fix on the Hub. Until next time.
(Castlevania III: Dracula's Curse Block Clear theme plays)