Updated on 16 October, 2021
Coraline Graphic Novel is a fun book. After her parents' death, Coraline goes to her new home. She discovers a new home, oddly similar to her old (just better) home. The food is better, the toys are better, and even the stuffed toy dinosaurs and winged beings that scamper about are now flying through the air and landing on the ground. This, of course, does not satisfy her hunger.
What follows is the adventure of Coraline to find out who lives in the house. Along the way, she learns about other beings from her alternate dimension, who also run houses and make friends. Then the unthinkable happens. A giant worm monster eats Coraline, leaving her as a skeletal, fleshless shell. However, Coraline can still breathe, and she uses her last breath to escape from the house and into the strange, beautiful world above.
There are three parts to this fantastic book. The first part, called The Stoker's Coil, is about the events in the original Coraline book. It takes place shortly before the movie version of the story is released. The second part, called The Lost Isle, is based on the Events of the film, but it is also gothic horror and dark comedy. The third and final part, called The Necromancer, is the long awaited sequel to Coraline.
If you have not read the original Coraline book, you should definitely get to it. It is an amazing, unforgettable experience. Even if you have read the movie version, you will love the graphic novel. In fact, it is probably the best thing you will ever read. The book is chock full of eerie, dreamlike imagery, and really draws you into the characters and world. Coraline also contains many fantastic characters, and is one of the best written books in the genre.
I have never seen the movie version of Coraline, but I hear it's a really fun watch. I would give the graphic novel version a thumbs up, too. Not only is the story great, the animation is also superb.
Coraline has a wonderful, imaginative plot, perfect for a comic book. One of the best things about Coraline is that it was created by Neil Gaiman, who is an acclaimed British author. He took the story and put it into a comic book form, which I am sure is not easy to pull off. Neil Gaiman did a fantastic job of keeping the book's spirit and style of a dreamy, whimsical children's book, and sticking to the basics of what made Coraline successful as a feature film. His work on the book cover, in particular, is absolutely stunning.
The Coraline book cover is simply amazing. The image is taken from the movie in colour, with the location and surroundings superimposed over the image, creating a wonderfully surreal scene. The colours are strong and vibrant, drawing the reader's eye in to the picture at every turn. The book cover is just one element of Coraline's stunning design - the rest of the design is all done in the style of a dream.
From the cover to the inside contents of the book, Coraline's cover design is a striking example of how a graphic novel should be handled. The design is hugely imaginative, the colours are vibrant and fun, and the story is told in a way that makes the reader feel immersed in the story. For me, Coraline is such a fantastic animated film that I feel the need to read the whole thing as soon as I can, so I highly recommend Coraline to any fan of animation. You won't regret it!