I've already reviewed the novel Coraline, but this time I was reading the graphic novel adaptation, which was illustrated by P. Craig Russell. The art is okay, but since I've seen the 3D movie -- and liked it -- it took some getting used to. The graphic novel is a more faithful adaptation of the book than the movie was, from what I can remember. It's pretty much exactly the same, I think. It doesn't bring anything new to the book, apart from the visuals. Reading my original review, it seems like maybe the graphic novel has less to offer in some ways -- part of reading Neil Gaiman's work is his style and his wry little observations. Some of those are intact, but not as many as I remember.