This is a graphic novel adaptation of Neil Gaiman's excellent children's novel, Coraline.
While P. Craig Russell is one of my very favorite comic book artists, it took me a while to get into his style for this book, simply because Dave McKean's illustrations for the original novel are so firmly ingrained in my head. Russell is a much more straightforward, less stylized artist than McKean, and I really rather missed McKean's spookily angular figures. Leaving aside my prejudices and taking Russell's illustrations on their own merit, however, he's done a beautiful job.
Overall it's a pretty straightforward adaptation; there isn't much here that expands on the original novel, but it's an enjoyable read, and may draw in readers who would have passed over the book in novel form.