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Pixar Alphabet: Luxo Jr. Really Got Screwed Out of 'L'


Ideal for a nursery, classroom, or anywhere else a Pixar lover might want letters staring out at them as a constant reminder of time spent weeping in a theater, here's a Pixar alphabet from artist Mike Boon (via). Prints are available here, and if you get stuck on who's who, there's an answer key below. Hint: "G" is not Guess Who disembodied head Sam, though it should be.

Anton Ego (Ratatouille), Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story), Carl Fredrickson (Up), Dory (Finding Nemo), Eve (WALL-E), Flik (A Bug's Life), Geri (Geri's Game short), Hamm (Toy Story), Mr. Incredible, aka Bob Parr (The Incredibles), Jessie (Toy Story), Kevin (Up), Lightning McQueen (Cars), Mater (Cars), Nemo (Finding Nemo), Omnidroid (The Incredibles), Princess Merida (Brave), Queen Ant (A Bug's Life), Remy (Ratatouille), Sulley (Monsters, Inc.), Tinny (Tin Toy short), Underminer (The Incredibles), Violet (The Incredibles), WALL-E (WALL-E), XR (Buzz Lightyear of Star Command), Yeti (Monsters, Inc.) and Emperor Zurg (Toy Story)

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