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 #20
Cain has finally found his house. Harry is losing himself. Peter Keele has murder on his mind. The death toll has climbed. And all around, the ghosts of the City in the Space Between are closing in. Fig stands to lose everything she loves in the final chapter of "The Beauty of Decay." Featuring a short story illustrated by HOUSE OF MYSTERY classic alumnus Michael Wm. Kaluta (MADAME XANADU).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #22
A boy has arrived at the House of Mystery, and he claims to have a very special relationship with Fig. The problem: Fig has no idea who he is. And she doesn't much like him, either. Featuring art by indie superstar Farel Dalrymple (Omega The Unknown).
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!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #19
Part 4 of "The Beauty of Decay." Death rules the City in the Space Between, and as the body count rises, mad ghosts learn to do more than haunt. Will Fig and Peter find a way out? And to make matters even worse, the House of Mystery's previous owner has returned to reclaim what's his. Plus, in the short story "House and Home," illustrated by Antonio Fuso (Fear Agent, GI Joe), we learn exactly what Cain has been up to for the past seven years.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #21
A new era for the House of Mystery begins as Fig reopens the bar to the public. But where's Harry? What's Cain doing here? And what are those things floating in their dusty jars? This is a stellar jumping-on point for new readers featuring a story illustrated by Sergio Aragones about…oh, what do you care what it's about? It's Sergio!
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 #10
The final chapter of "Love Stories for Dead People" finds Fig in the basement at the heart of the labyrinth, while Harry and Ann square off against the nightmare that once kept Cain himself awake at night. Meanwhile, the massive party upstairs winds down with unexpected repurcussions. Also featuring a short story illustrated by Eisner Award-winning artist Kyle Baker (PLASTIC MAN).