A set of short 'twisted, dark' graphic stories which promised something I really like: hidden and not so hidden connections between them.
At first this seems a little weird, as the style and tone differs quite a lot between the stories and they deal with a lot of different themes (but always a little twisted turn to it). But then, when you start noticing the connections between the stories, it's a lot of fun. Of course, I liked certain stories better than others, but overall this was quite an enjoyable collection. And also a good attempt from the author to bring the fact to attention that he's actually not Mel Gibson (I feel some frustrations there).
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!