Reprints House of Mystery #174-200 (1968-1972) 26 issues from the very beginning of the title's return to horror.
House of Mystery #174-200 has only been collected twice: in the softcover black & white newsprint DC Showcase (out of print) and in this hardcover color Bronze Age Omnibus.
The color is oversaturated, garish, and overpowering in this volume BUT it is the only way to access these stories without collecting the DC Showcase softcovers or the original comics.
From the publisher:
Welcome to the House of Mystery, where bone-chilling (and rib-tickling) revelations haunt every dark and shadowed room--and people are dying to get in!
One of the most celebrated anthology titles of the Bronze Age of Comics, The House of Mystery earned its iconic status in the late 1960s and early 1970s under the skillful hands of editor Joe Orlando, whose uncanny aptitude for the fearsome and the frightful brought forth a sumptuous smorgasbord of arcane amusements in every enchanting installment.
Now these classic tales of the weird and the otherworldly are gathered for the first time in a handsome hardcover edition. House of Mystery: The Bronze Age Omnibus Vol. 1 collects issues #174-200 of the acclaimed series and features scarily sublime work from a horde of comics' greatest talents, including Len Wein, Alex Toth, Gerry Conway, Bernie Wrightson, Marv Wolfman, Jack Kirby, Gil Kane, Jack Oleck, Neal Adams, Wally Wood, Al Williamson, Sergio Aragonés and many more!