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It looked rather creepy at first, I admit :P

Speaking of Tim Burton, I've read this book of his. I can't remember the title of the book, but it's got short poems/stories in it, such as the Pin-Cushion Queen, the Toxic Boy, and some other stuff like that. It's rather interesting :D

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It's called "The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy" and is a collection of short poems Burton wrote over time. The art is by him as well, of course. Each poem tells the story of strange, deformed children, who are outcast from society and have to deal with it. Examples are: Mummy boy, Oyster boy, Roy the toxic boy, Junk girl, Robot boy, and many others. If you're into Burton's movies, I highly recommend this book, but I can see why some people might find it... disturbing. I don't think it's disturbing at all, just tragic and melancholic.

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Yeah, The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy. It was disturbing at first, because the first one I saw was about the girl that kept staring, until one day she decided to rest her eyes and... yeah, the picture was disturbing.

But I found the book rather sad after that, and it didn't seem as disturbing after a while. So I would agree with the "tragic and melancholic" part :D

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Well actaully it looks like a good movie.If the Nightmare Befor Chrismas was one of Tim Burton's hits of all time maybe this one will be good to.

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