This looks interesting:
FEAR(S) OF THE DARK is a wildly inventive and visually dazzling collection of fearful tales by six of the worlds most renowned comic and graphic artists - Blutch, Charles Burns, Marie Caillou, Pierre Di Sciullo, Lorenzo Mattotti, and Richard McGuire. From a besotted student whose girlfriend is weirdly ardent in her affections, to a Japanese schoolgirl menaced by a long-dead samurai, and a pack of hounds on a bloodthirsty rampage, FEAR(S) has a story strand to trouble every sleep - not to mention a stunning range of animation styles. Shot in shimmering black and white, the six intertwined tales create an unprecedented epic where phobias and nightmares come to life and reveal Fear at its most naked and intense.
Although I would have to ask why they couldn't have kept the Charles Burn's stuff traditional 2D rather than the rather crap looking 3D approach which they seem to have gone with? Burn's work would lend itself perfectly to 2D or even flash, just look at Vincent Paronnaud's Persepolis for proof of that.
I'll reserve judgement until I see it.