It may be slow going, but House of Mystery is quickly shaping up to be one of Vertigo's better books. The final few pages go a long way to keeping my interest kindled. If you aren't following this book monthly, you may want to go ahead a pre-order the trade now. I doubt you'll be disappointed. Read Full Review
Despite the small hiccup in the middle, though, "House of Mystery" is one of my favorite Vertigo debuts in years. It's sharp and clever, and I'm genuinely eager to read the next issue as soon as I finish the current one. Here's to its mysteries continuing for a long time to come. Read Full Review
As for this issue, I agree with Jason on every point made, though I don't think I could possibly trade wait something that is so consistently entertaining even if it isn't exactly what I expected. The art is extremely well done, the relationships are developing nicely, and I really like how it shows what's in store for someone who manages to leave the house. It finally feels as though the story is starting to go somewhere and I believe things will only get stronger from this point on. House of Mystery #3 is a fun read, just make sure to keep expectations in check. Don't let the awesome cover art deceive you into thinking this “House” is all about horror. Read Full Review
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