HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 4: THE BEAUTY OF DECAY
Now relocated to the Space Between, Fig, Peter and Jordan venture into the city of ghosts to visit the abandoned Pathfinder's Academy. Collecting HOUSE OF MYSTERY #16-20 and the HOUSE OF MYSTERY HALLOWEEN SPECIAL 2009.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 6: SAFE AS HOUSES
In this volume featuring issues #26-30 of the acclaimed series, witches and goblins abound as Fig and The Witch Queen run from the Thinking Man's robot army that is fighting for control of the Summerlands.
HOUSE OF MYSTERY VOL. 7: CONCEPTION
In these stories from issues #31-35 and HALLOWEEN ANNUAL #2, Fig learns why the Pair of Conception chased her into the House of Mystery.
LOVELESS VOL. 3: BLACKWATER FALLS
In this volume collecting issues #13-21 of the acclaimed series, the mysterious secret of Blackwater Falls comes into focus when Ruth finally confronts her tragic past.
"A fun, frenetic read . . . a down-and-dirty look at reality TV." — ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY
GREEK STREET VOL. 3: MEDEA'S LUCK
Peter Milligan's reimagining of classic Greek myths set in modern-day London comes to a shocking conclusion with a deus ex machina like you've never seen before. Collecting issues #12-16.
LOVELESS VOL. 2: THICKER THAN BLACKWATER
In the epic story "Thicker Than Blackwater," from LOVELESS #6-12, Wes Cutter — a violent man looking for peace — becomes the new sheriff of Blackwater. And what better way to welcome him to the job than with a grisly murder?
"Ian Rankin's wry and haunting Dark Entries begins by plucking at the Lord-of-the-Flies ugliness always hovering, teeth bared, just beneath the surface of reality television. As we circle closer to the story's dark center, though, Rankin goes far beyond canny media critique and creates something far richer, nastier, funnier and more resonant, a haunting, jolting meditation on the meaning of damnation in a world that's increasingly lost its soul." - Megan Abbott, Edgar winning author of Queenpin and Bury Me Deep