I'd almost missed this one on Netgalley, but luckily I found it just in time. I don't how I didn't see it when it first came up as I usually check it quite frequently (I know I shouldn't do that).
However, I really enjoyed the first to volumes of collected, twisted, dark stories and this book follows the same structure. The stories are drawn by many different artists, which gives the book a variety of styles. Some you'll like more than others of course, but basically I like the idea. It makes it a little bit less repetitive.
Something I also really liked in the previous books (and still) are the many connection between the different stories, not only in this one volume, but also between the different ones. I'd say that it definitely pays off to pay attention to the details and search for more connections, as I'm sure I still missed quite a few.
Thanks to the publisher and Netgalley for providing me with a free copy of this book in exchange for an honest review!