updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #42
Whatever happened to the House of Mystery? Legend tells of a magical place where beings from many worlds met to share their stories, where the price of a drink was a well-told tale. Now, many years later, three travelers happen upon the ruins of that legendary establishment, long since abandoned. But how did its story come to an end? Three very different versions of that mystery are told – but which one is the truth? Find out in "Three for the Road," a triptych of tales penned by Matthew Sturges, Bill Willingham, with a reunion of the HOUSE OF SECRETS team of Steven T.
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #32
With the House of Mystery currently inaccessible, Abel reluctantly opens the House of Secrets for business. But Abel may be the worst barkeep in the history of everything, and things quickly get out of hand. Featuring a murder mystery illustrated by Enrique Breccia (SWAMP THING).
updatedHOUSE 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.
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #35
Harry and Fig are in the same city at last, but that world is the Conception world of Geácnung Léoht and that city is their capital, Numol Ceaster. As Fig and Harry near what they hope is their final confrontation with Fig's greatest enemy, a traitor emerges in the explosive climax of "Conception." Featuring a dark tale of suspense and horror illustrated by comic book icon Darwyn Cooke!
updatedHOUSE 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).
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #1
Matthew Sturges, writer of the Eisner-nominated JACK OF FABLES, and his JACK co-writer Bill Willingham, proudly unlock the doors to the HOUSE OF MYSTERY, a new ongoing series that reinvents a classic DC Comics concept. HOUSE OF MYSTERY focuses on five characters trapped in a supernatural bar, trying to solve the mystery of how and why they're imprisoned there. Each one has a terrible past they'd like to forget, and with no books, newspapers or TV allowed in the House, they face an eternity of boredom.