The title is still in debate, I was looking to echo some other creature films (ex. The Babadook, E.T) by naming the animation after the monster featured. I think this is suitable, especially if I consider the core being 'An unlikely Friendship', in which a hopeful friendship breaks down after the child realises the nature of the monster dwelling within his computer. More directly related is the idea of 'a child stuck in his room playing with a computer'.
The main character is a child, with an androgynous look.
The appearances of this particular monster needs to be moderated. Like 'Noh Face' from the film Spirited Away, it hold the capability to be dangerous through its shape shifting ability, so to hold a metaphysical existence in the same way might be best, but I must be aware of the audiences perception of the plot for this to be feasible. It might be that by denying the antagonist, the animation could change its meaning entirely, because the story is about the antagonist in the same way it is about the child using the computer.
Lists the amounts of internet users per country: https://www.internetworldstats.com/top20.htm
Discussion around Female Pedophiles: https://theconversation.com/women-also-sexually-abuse-children-but-their-reasons-often-differ-from-mens-72572
Sexual Suitability by Age: http://www.stopitnow.org/ohc-content/what-is-age-appropriate