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From SlaveLabor: The terror grows as the mystery deepens. Stitch slowly begins to piece together the secret behind what has turned him and his friends from happy children into dolls, with the help of some skeleton marionettes out for revenge from a mysterious old woman. Tommy Kovac's gothic toy story continues to unfold its deeper themes of love, isolation and family in a strange old house filled with creepy toys, spooky spiders and the usual mix of twisted humor and touching insight.

Aside from the expected spiffiness of the story, there is one damn spiffy intro. The extreme spiffiness of the extras at the end can only be seen to be believed.

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