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 #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 #11
Sex, suspicions and treachery erupt, and explanations are in order at the House of Mystery. Who is Fig Keele really? Who and what are the Conception? Where is the Space between, and why is this all very bad news for Harry Bailey? Find out here in part 1 of "The Space Between," featuring a violent history lesson illustrated by Jim Fern (CROSSING MIDNIGHT) with an evocative cover by new regular cover artist painter Esao Andrews (FABLES: 1001 NIGHTS OF SNOWFALL).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #13
For its landmark 13th issue, HOUSE OF MYSTERY presents a special anthology featuring four separate stories written by Matthew Sturges, Bill Willingham and novelist Chris Roberson. This issue features the unique visuals of four artists including Neal Adams, Ralph Reese and Sergio Aragones, as well as a painted tale by Eric Powell (The Goon). Each story pays homage to that unluckiest of numbers.
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).
HOUSE 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.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #14
As Fig's Dad and Harry make their way back home, Peter reveals one of the House's key mysteries – the identity of their captor – and Harry realizes he knew it all along. Meanwhile, Rina spills her guts, the Thinking Man's Army joins forces with the Coachman, and werewolves and suicide bombers wreak havoc. Plus, the short story "Maidenhead" illustrated by comic book legend Gilbert Hernandez (Love and Rockets, SLOTH)!