on January 21, 2012
Images were all black and white, and consisted mostly of sketches by the artist, with a few of them paired by a black and white toned or reprint of the painted version of the artwork.
Printed on normal paper, so it's more susceptible to damage from moisture than if it were on high gloss, I also personally feel that it makes it harder to see some of the artwork.
Towards the middle of the collection, there's a short comic featuring the damsel on the cover of Bed & Bondage Volume 1. All of the artwork in the collection falls under Damsel-in-Distress, and generally has a light tone within each scene.
Being a fan of bondage, I enjoyed the volume but felt wanting more. I do recommend buying if you're a fan of the artist or DiD themed works, but if you're into more hardcore themes, this is not for you.