The conclusion of The House of Montressor arrives this week. Take the jump for an early look at the issue by Enrica Jang and Jason Strutz.

THE HOUSE OF MONTRESSOR #4
Writer(s): Enrica Jang, based on characters created by Edgar Allan Poe
Artist Name(s): Jason Strutz
Cover Artist(s): Jason Strutz

In the thrilling conclusion of this Poe-inspired sequel, Edana now sees that every brick in the House of Montresor is set on a foundation of secrets, lies and murder. Count Montresor has finally put the last surviving member of the Fortunato clan right where he wants her. To escape her family’s fate, Edana must solve the mystery of why Montresor hates the Fortunato family, or else a carefully planned revenge fifty years in the making will finally be complete.

Depraved vengeance continues in The House of Montresor, a sequel to Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tale, “The Cask of Amontillado.”

32 pgs. / Rated. T / FC $3.99 (reg.)

via Action Lab Entertainment

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