'''WALL•E: The Human Touch''' is a fancomic created by [=AdvancedDefense=] (Webcomic/NicktoonsTales and Blog/TwilightUnbound). It is basically a retelling of the Disney/Pixar film ''WesternAnimation/WallE'', but with the robots replaced with [[MoeAnthropomorphism human counterparts]].
The comic can be viewed at [[http://wall-e.smackjeeves.com/ Smack Jeeves]] and at [=AdvancedDefense's=] [[http://nicktoonhero.deviantart.com/gallery/25445835 deviantART]].
!!Tropes related to the comic:
* AdorablyPrecociousChild: 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.
* AllThereInTheManual: Some trivia attached to the pages give some insight on the characters' backstories, as well as anything else that would raise questions.
* AlternateUniverse: It is highly implied that the comic is this.
* AmusingInjuries: WALL•E suffers from these.
* ArtEvolution: Compare the [[http://nicktoonhero.deviantart.com/art/WALL-E-page-62-63-original-205831411 original drawings]] with the [[http://nicktoonhero.deviantart.com/art/WALL-E-page-62-63-203004717 finalized versions.]]
** Even happens within the remastered version, in which the drawings become more consistent and proportional within a matter of several pages.
* CloneDegeneration: All of the WALL•Es, except the original, died down. Apparently they had very limited lifespans compared to the real deal.
* CollectorOfTheStrange: Take a wild guess.
* ConspicuousCGI: Many pages use backgrounds ripped from the movie. Several scenes on the Axiom have drawn characters interacting with computer-generated humans. Interestingly, the captain, despite not being an anthropomorphized robot, is hand-drawn.
* FingerlessGloves: WALL•E sports a pair of these.
* FunSize: Hal is unusually small for a dog. WordOfGod states that this is because he's the runt of a litter.
* GogglesDoSomethingUnusual: WALL•E's goggles provide the same functions as the original's eye lenses: Optical zoom and a built-in laser between the lens.
* IcyBlueEyes: EVE.
* IDoNotOwn: All the human designs were borrowed and so every page - even pieces of artwork that contain the characters, have a disclaimer on the description.
* ItAmusedMe: The only logical explanation on why WALL•E stepped on M-O's face with his boot.
** On a more meta-example, the creator of this comic made it for this very reason.
* LetsSeeYouDoBetter: Another meta-example, the comic was never meant to be circulated to the Internet. However, frustration with other artists with the same premise that did show their comics in the web, but never finishing what they started, has forced the creator's hand into submitting his completed comic.
* MadeOfIron: Hal is able to get back up despite being crushed by WALL•E.
* MediumBlending: On top of the original film's example of having CGI combined with live action shots, this comic adds 2D characters into the mix, in a similar vein to ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball''.
** The WALL•As are an interesting variation. They are still robots, but their appearance was changed to mirror Human!WALL•E's.
* PuppyDogEyes: WALL•E sports a permanent pair of them, in addition to...
* [[ReallySevenHundredYearsOld 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."
* RobotMe: The WALL•As are a gigantic version of this trope.
* RogerRabbitEffect: The effect of the clearly-drawn AUTO next to the live action Axiom captain.
* RollerbladeGood: WALL•E, surprisingly.
* TaintedVeins: EVE's Power Core on her chest is surrounded with them.
* XRaySparks: WALL•E, when hit by lightning.