HOUSE OF MYSTERY #40
This is it: the big confrontation between Fig and the Conception, between Fig and Lotus Blossom, between Lotus Blossom and the Magical Physicians, between Fig and Lotus Blossom and Harry, between – okay, between everyone and everyone else, and it's been building since issue #1. What will become of the House of Mystery? There's only one way to find out...
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #2
The new monthly series that takes THE HOUSE OF MYSTERY into the twenty-first century continues. Meet feisty, young, almost-architect Fig Keele, who just happens to be running for her life. Unfortunately for Fig, she's ended up in the House of Mystery, a strange place like something out of her nightmares, where the bizarre inhabitants tending bar demand stories from visiting patrons to cover their tabs.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #6
Every haunted house has a scary basement, sure. But this is the House of Mystery – this is the basement the other basements are scared of. And yes, we're going down there. And we're going to stay awhile. Meanwhile, Pirate Queen Ann Preston stars in a bloody symphony of lust, greed, desire and deception that begins with buried treasure and ends with buried bodies. Hit the high seas in a swashbuckling tale illustrated by Tony Akins (JACK OF FABLES). This issue also features a free preview of the new monthly series THE UNKNOWN SOLDIER!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #8
Down in the basement, some bad things have come to call, and Fig finds herself face-to-face with the diegetically impaired Miranda in part 3 of "Love Stories for Dead People." Meanwhile, Harry tells the story of his first days in the House, and who showed up to chase away the nightmarish stowaways in "The Bartender's Tale," illustrated by Henry Flint (HAUNTED TANK).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #41
Fig has defied the Conception and come face-to-face with her adversary, Lotus Blossom. Now, all will be resolved as two versions of reality collide, leaving a surprising result. What will the future hold for Fig, Lotus Blossom and Harry? Featuring Jordan Mayer's directorial debut, "Mystery House," illustrated by Annie Wu.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #3
"Room and Boredom," Part 3 of 5. Everyone is a prisoner in one way or another, and Fig Keele is no exception. Trapped in the House of Mystery with a quartet of strange companions and a bar full of drinkers, Fig's willing to do anything to escape. Everyone else just wants bacon. Also featuring a tale illustrated by none other than HOUSE OF MYSTERY's distinguished alumnus Bernie Wrightson!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #7
The creepy basement in the House of Mystery doesn't hold your average trinkets and cast-aside items. In fact, among the bits catalogued you'll find the diary of "Cain," one stained and bloody bed sheet, chains of assorted lengths, something slick and wet grinding over the stones, a maze and a minotaur. It's chapter 2 of "Love Stories for Dead People" and you'll never look at basements the same way again!Plus, Bill Willingham and artist David Petersen (Mouse Guard) deliver a tale of dark delights.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #9
In the Temple of the Spider God deep within the house, strange creatures attack! Meanwhile, there's an unexpected appearance by someone from our heroine's past, and extreme promiscuity flows freely as a wild party upstairs in the bar rages on. This issue also features a little ditty titled "Gothic Romance" illustrated by none other than HOUSE OF MYSTERY alumnus Bernie Wrightson!