A satisfying short horror anthology with great art and narrative diversity. I can easily recommend it to any collector of horror comics.
To an American audience the use of orange spot color may seem like an odd gimmick but there is some real attention to comic history with this detail. In the UK, full color comics were cost prohibitive. Often comics were sold with a similar color scheme. Often black and white pages were embellished with touches of a single color. Notably red, blue or green would have been the choice. While using only orange doesn't really save Scott Jackson Comic works any money printing via drivethrucomics as it did the Uk comics publishers it's a really nice nod to history.
My only regret is that I didn't see a 2015 issue up on drivethrucomics. I would be tempted to try it out as well.