House of Mystery is taking its sweet time getting anywhere, but that's okay by me. With some of Vertigo's finest at the helm and a setup where just about anything is possible, I'm becoming hopelessly enthralled by Vertigo's latest series. Read Full Review
As for the art, it's one of the bright points in the book. Jill Thompson's muted watercolor work is hauntingly beautiful. It's only a few pages though, so don't expect too much. Luca Rossi handles art chores for rest of the issue and produces quality that matches the previous issue. In other words, it's good stuff. The story, however is strictly average at best. And that's something House of Mystery should never have. Read Full Review
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