HOUSE OF MYSTERY #40
This is it: the big confrontation between Fig and the Conception, between Fig and Lotus Blossom, between Lotus Blossom and the Magical Physicians, between Fig and Lotus Blossom and Harry, between – okay, between everyone and everyone else, and it's been building since issue #1. What will become of the House of Mystery? There's only one way to find out...
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #36
Fig and Cain have finally found the Conception, but at an astonishing cost. With Fig captured and seemingly comatose, it's up to her friends to save her. But where are they? And more important, were they ever her friends? But if Fig's in a coma, who's that girl saving pirates on the high seas? A brand new story, "Desolation," starts here, with an epic of outer space romance and adventure illustrated by the one and only Darwyn Cooke!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #31
In this stand-alone issue, we're treated to a complete Fig Keele, Teen Detective mystery illustrated by Marley Zarcone (MADAME XANADU). Plus, the aftermath of the witches' war is revealed, and an old friend returns (but not in a good way).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #29
It's goblins and witches versus the Thinking Man's robot army fighting for control of the Summerlands! While war rages outside, Fig and the Witch Queen Diana find themselves in terrible trouble. And their savior is not who you'd expect. Seriously, if you expected this particular savior, you win a medal. Also includes a bedtime story for goblins told by the inimitable Tursig and illustrated by none other than Phil Noto (BATGIRL, JONAH HEX).
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #38
Byzantium Mack's granddaughter, Lotus Blossom, is a violent and cunning would-be conjuror. Now, she's taken over the House of Mystery and turned it into something…strange. But not everyone is taking this lying down. And why is Harry sleeping with – well, we can't say who.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #33
Since the Pair of the Conception first chased Fig Keele into the House of Mystery, Fig has never known who they were or what they wanted from her. Now, Fig solves a mystery that's been lingering since the very beginning. Featuring a tale illustrated by David Lloyd (V FOR VENDETTA)!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #30
There's so much happening in this issue that it's nearly impossible to summarize. There's the thing with the witches, the bit with the monster, and then there's killer ribbon. See? Too much. With stunning art by French fashion illustrator Carine Brancowitz (Vogue, Elle)!
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #28
The Witch Queen seems to think that Fig is very important, but the more time they spend together, the more the Witch Queen has her doubts… Plus, this month's short story is illustrated by cover artist Esao Andrews (FABLES: 1001 NIGHTS OF SNOWFALL) and stars our dearly departed Poet.