Disney has released a new image from the upcoming Pixar television special Toy Story of Terror!, this time introducing a brand new Toy Story character. The half-hour short film finds the Toy Story gang staying in a motel after Bonnie takes them on a road trip only to have the car break down along the way. Once inside the spooky motel, one of the toys goes missing, and the rest of the group is suddenly caught up in “a mysterious sequence of events that must be solved before they all suffer the same fate.” This new image gives us a look at the character of Combat Carl, who will reportedly be voiced by Carl Weathers.
Hit the jump to check out the new image. Toy Story of Terror! premieres on ABC on October 16th.
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