HOUSE OF MYSTERY #15
Harry's true identity, Fig's heritage, Rina's heartbreak, a dragon's unrequited love and the Thinking Man's Army all converge in a very small space in this shattering conclusion to "The Space Between". And somewhere in there we manage to squeeze in "Jordan's Movie Idea with the Gorillas and Sh*t," illustrated by David Hahn (BITE CLUB, FABLES).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #18
"The Beauty of Decay" Part 3! Fig, Peter and Jordan venture out into the city of ghosts to visit the long-abandoned Pathfinder's Academy where the most desperate specters wail and gnash. But the Pathfinder's Academy holds more than ghosts – it also contains ancient dark secrets that will change Fig's life forever. Featuring guest art by Werther Dell'Edera (LOVELESS) and a special tale of Fig Keele: "Teen Detective" by SWEET TOOTH creator and Xeric, Alex and Shuster Award-winner Jeff Lemire (THE NOBODY, The Essex County Trilogy).
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 #17
"The Beauty of Decay" part 2 of 5! The House of Mystery has been temporarily relocated to the Space Between. And in the process, a few of the residents that you've come to adore are left for dead. Meanwhile, despite Peter's best efforts, Harry and Fig grow closer. This issue also features the poet's dark tale of love and regret, lushly illustrated by Al Davison (THE DREAMING, The Spiral Cage).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #34
The Pair of the Conception have been a shadowy entity in Fig's life for some time now. In this issue, we see where a Pair sleeps, where a Pair works and how a Pair kills. We also see what Keele has really been up to all this time and what happens when poor Abel gets so fed up that he just can't stand no more! Featuring a ghastly tale illustrated by red-hot artist Ulises Farinas (Motro).