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Charlie White

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by shape1369, Dec 2, 2005.

  1. shape1369

    shape1369 12oz Member

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    Charlie White

    Discussion started by shape1369 - Dec 2, 2005

    So I went to the school store today, and what do I find but Charlie White's book. So I got it. I was a little suprised
    to see it at my schoolstore. I know there was a thread a while ago on the book. I had remembered reading about and
    looking at the pictures from it on here, but it's nice to have the actual book to take a closer look at. At first I wasn't
    sure what I thought of the photographs, when reading about them on here. But after spending a bit more time with
    the pictures, I am really impressed with them. I like the set about the alien invasion the most. The best by far though,
    is the picture of a rich white family inside their house. I thought having the child playing with the toys of monsters
    and aliens, was a really interesting touch on the idea behind that series.

    Im curious what were other peoples preffered sections of the book.
     
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  2. 1988

    1988 12oz Elite Member

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    1988 - Replied Dec 2, 2005

    yeah ummmm???? First????


    * And probably only.
     
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