HOUSE OF MYSTERY #25
In this special issue, five writers get together to tell one fantastic tale. Join HOUSE OF MYSTERY regulars Matthew Sturges and Bill Willingham, former Vertigo editor Alisa Kwitney, newcomer Dave Justus, and industry legend Paul Levitz to find out what happens when a single story is passed from one creative mind to the next – each one trying to write the next into an impossible corner. It could be brilliant, it could be utter madness... but it will definitely be interesting!
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 #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.
HOUSE 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.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY #26
Even good witches are problematic at best. Especially when they show up looking for help from goblins. "Witches plus goblins" can't be good. A seriouly stressed-out Fig may just be in the market for a witchy role model. Includes the short story "Peter" illustrated by Cristiano Cucina (HELLBLAZER).
HOUSE 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).
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.
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).