HOUSE OF MYSTERY #39
What's Fig been doing all this time? And how did Lotus Blossom pull off her reality-bending stunt? Fig's world and Lotus Blossom's world begin to collide as the Magical Physicians try to force a reconciliation. All these mysteries begin to be answered in part four of "Desolation," illustrated by Peter Snejbjerg (STARMAN)!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #3
"Room and Boredom," Part 3 of 5. Everyone is a prisoner in one way or another, and Fig Keele is no exception. Trapped in the House of Mystery with a quartet of strange companions and a bar full of drinkers, Fig's willing to do anything to escape. Everyone else just wants bacon. Also featuring a tale illustrated by none other than HOUSE OF MYSTERY's distinguished alumnus Bernie Wrightson!
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 #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)!
HOUSE 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.
HOUSE 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).
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 #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).