updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #27
Life can be tough when you're a lonely gay goblin, a homeless girl or the daughter of the witch queen. But things are about to change for Tursig, Fig, and Daphne respectively... Features the origin of Byzantium Mack, illustrated by the psychedelic brilliance of Brendan McCarthy (SHADE, THE CHANGING MAN).
updatedHOUSE 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).
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #5
Part 5 of "Room and Boredom." In the extremely destructive conclusion to the first story arc, Fig Keele has literally brought down the House, but couldn't she have waited until everyone got out alive first? Plus: Sean Murphy illustrates "Jordan's Tale," in which the world's worst storyteller relates an anecdote involving vampire cats.
updatedHOUSE 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.
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #12
Part 2 of "The Space Between"! Disappointed by everyone around her, Fig is unsure who to trust and is back at square one. Where do you go when there's nowhere to go? You go nowhere. Or you stop being you. Or you go to the Goblin Market with the things that go "HZZZZZZ." Featuring werewolves galore and the return of the House's first waitress, Rina, whose political convictions will blow your mind.
updatedHOUSE 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!
updatedHOUSE OF MYSTERY #4
In part 4 of the 5-part "Room and Boredom," things are going from bad to worse for our heroine Fig Keele – she's starting to believe that she may never actually escape from the House of Mystery, and that the people she's trapped with may be less friendly than they appear. But the greatest danger, she will soon realize, comes from the House itself.