Walt Disney Pictures has released four new photos from Wreck-It Ralph, debuting in theaters November 2. John C. Reilly stars as the title character, a video game villain who has an existential crisis and wants to do good. Take a look at these photos featuring Ralph helping out classic video game characters Q*Bert and his former enemies Coily, Slick, and Ugg. We also get our first look at Sgt. Calhoun (Jane Lynch) of the action game Hero's Duty, who helps Ralph become an alien-fighting soldier. And Vanellope von Schweetz (Sarah Silverman), a go-kart racer in the candy-themed game Sugar Rush.

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The power strip seen above actually acts as Grand Central Station for the characters of Wreck-It Ralph, allowing them to get from one video game to the other when these machines are not in play. The inside of the power strip is seen in the Q*bert image above, which also reveals that Street Fighter characters Chun-Li and Zangief are part of this Arcade community.

John C. Reilly spoke about how he often wondered what his childhood toys were thinking, and how this movie expands the video game experience, like Toy Story before it.

"When I was a kid, I would wonder what was going on inside my G.I. Joes and other toys I was obsessed with. In the early '80s, when my expendable income were the quarters in my pocket, I played such first-generation games as Space Invaders, Asteroids and Donkey Kong. Wreck-It Ralph gives an Alice in Wonderland take on what happens when you enter the world of a video game."

About Jane Lynch's Sgt. Calhoun, director Rich Moore says she has a troubled past.

"Calhoun has one of the most tragic back stories ever. Her fiance was eaten at the alter on their wedding day after she forgot to do a perimeter check."

Sarah Silverman's Vanellope von Schweetz will drive a vehicle shaped like a high-octane dessert in a game based on Mario Kart. Rich Moore revealed the following.

"Sarah does the voice of a little kid as only Sarah could do. Ralph sort of becomes a big brother to her."