For the comics themselves, not a bad word can be said. They are varied, interconnected, the stories are bizarre and range in tone from classical horror to dream-like fantasy and even heartwarming and tearjerking. There's also a naked lady in most, but she is tightly tied into the plot. And social commentary, too! If you're a fan of italian "giallo" movies, you will surely like it.
The drawing style slightly differs from story to story (which is understandable, as those are from different times and by different artists), but there's still enough coherence and quality. Mike Mignola's illustrations sure look like odd ones out here, the picture of Dylan on the cover a good example - our hero looks strangely like Hellboy here, with a wide body and thin legs.
The paper is rough, looks almost like thick newspaper, and the cover started to peel even before I got to open the book for the first time. You'd probably want to reinforce the edges with sticky tape.
All in all, heartily recommended for the fans of the genre.