that has copied her home and the area around it, as well as the people and animals there, but not so much more. And also, there's no such thing as "stop motion 3d" as the first phrase of the article states. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQ for additional information. The digital copy will not be in 3-D." Could some people think it implies that the 3-D version could be analog? While the pen and ink illustrations by Dave McKean are appropriately creepy, they are not really necessary. Melancholicnostalgia ( talk ) 06:16, (UTC) there was no reference to the sequel therefore it had to be removed.
I call it "delightfully scary" because while it grips the reader's attention with creepy happenings that may cause a case of the shivers, it is not the kind of scary book that lead to nightmares of the "it could happen to me" kind. Someone give this man a medal c ( talk ) 16:52, (UTC) R3ap3R, that brings us back to my previous theory. Couldn't that be confined to the plot section? Coraline's parents are frequently distracted and don't pay a lot of attention to her, the neighbors keep pronouncing her name incorrectly, and Coraline is bored. Please see WP:OWN and WP:fies and let's discuss what you don't like about the addition. Next, can you please point out the "overly flowery language" I added? Edit What does La Belle Dame have to do with the Beldam? It's either 3d (computer graphics) or stop motion (physical/real puppets). Does that still count as a hair color change? As of now, it is only a rumor caused by this article.
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