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Wall-E is almost nine years old, so maybe it's time to re-evaluate the movie. Maybe it's not a morality tale about consumerism and the environment, with Wall-E as the example of purity. Because a new fan theory posits that the adorable robot is, in fact, Satan, and guys? It makes more sense than you'd expect.

Mondo is mainly known for their insanely gorgeous collection of pop culture posters and other collectable pieces, but in recent years, it's also transformed itself into an event. The third MondoCon begins this weekend, and to celebrate, we have a look at three of the gorgeous prints that will be available to attendees.

The Apocalypse rules pop culture. Half the biggest literary novels these days are apocalyptic, and meanwhile The Walking Dead is a huge hit. Post-apocalyptic stories are what space opera was in the Space Age. But what are they about? Here are 10 types of apocalypses, and what they each signify.

Alfonso CuarĂ³n's Gravity heralded the return of the glorious space porn movie. The swoon-worthy visuals make you feel as though you're actually in space, on a unique adventure. But there's a proud tradition of breathtaking space movies. Here are the 10 most lovely space films, before Gravity.

Yet another new restaurant with robot servers has opened in China. And the owners seem determined to test Disney's patience with intellectual property laws. Why? The name of the restaurant is apparently Wall.e -- just like the cute little robot worker from the 2008 Pixar film.

Here's the closest thing we have to a real life Wall-E. Or at least, the wheels of Wall-E. The Sphero 2B is a new robot toy from Orbotix that can move as fast as 426cm a second. That's supposedly the equivalent of a 6 minute mile and twice as fast as the Sphero 2.0. The spinning tube has comically rugged tires that allows it to adorably jolt out at breakneck speeds and tackle any surface.

Oh Wall-E, our adorable reminder that our current path on technology will lead to environmental devastation and the end of useful humanity. In maybe our last great act as a species on Earth, a team of geniuses led by Michael McMaster has built a real-life, RC Wall-E accurate to the most painstaking details.

This is how it was meant to be: Wall-E and Eve, hand in flipper, together in perpetual robot harmony. At least until I take a fork and knife to their delicious, cake-filled cores.

Ho-lee crap. This is one serious case mod. The incredibly precise and detailed project took one dedicated Russian modder 18 days to complete, which is an accomplishment by itself. Jaw = dropped.