Here at FSR, we’ve been getting daily emails with a new letter selling us on just how awesome Coraline is going to be. Oddly enough, I don’t need much selling since I’m excited just to see a full-length stop-motion film by Henry Selick, let alone one done from such fantastic source material.

Each of the posters features a letter of the alphabet connected to a character or aspect of the film, and they’re incredibly cool. So, since we’re nearing the end of our reading lesson, we thought we’d share them with you.

I’ll save my illiteracy jokes for the end:

Definitely check all of them out for yourself by clicking each thumbnail. I’m digging the amount of imagination and child-like wonder that’s going into this whole project – a great sign for the final product. On the other hand, I’m an easy sell when it comes to rhyming couplet use in film marketing.

Coraline hits theaters on February 6th.

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