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Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

SpongeBob Comics #42 — March 11th

Simpsons Comics #219 — March 18th

Bart Simpson #95 — March 25th



By Ian Boothby,  James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy, Robert Stanley

 

When Bender accidentally causes the Professor’s “What If” machine to explode, the city of New New York is divided into multiple “What If” scenarios. Only Bender and Fry are unaffected and must gather the parts needed to repair the machine to return things to normal. They enlist the help of a Zoidberg who is from a world where he is incredibly lucky, a Leela who never left the mutant underground and is painfully shy, and a Professor who just happens to be a kangaroo.



By Ian Boothby, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy

 

Comic Book Guy falls asleep during a Sci-Fi DVD marathon and dreams up three thrilling astronomical adventures. First, Bart is recruited by a battle school, where he and a ragtag crew of cadets are trained to fight an alien war. Then, Lisa finds herself set adrift in space when the satellite she is tethered too is destroyed by Krusty-themed space junk. Finally, no one is safe when Homer and yet another ragtag band of misfits become Protectors of the Planets.



By Derek Drymon, Jacob Chabot

Cover by Jacob Chabot, Rick Neilsen

 

Squidward and SpongeBob tour the Seven Seas as a smash hit comedy duo….but Squidward can't bear sharing the spotlight. How low will he go to get SpongeBob out of the act?  Find out in a novel-length adventure we could only call "Star of the Show!"  Plus: Patrick tries stand-up in "SpongeFunnies" by James Kochalka, Maris Wicks shares facts about whale songs, and Patrick and SpongeBob star in a chilling tale of underwater snow shoveling!



By Matt Groening

 

The Simpson family embarks on a globetrotting adventure that not only takes them around the world but, literally, into orbit around the Earth with everybody’s favorite, eternally optimistic, moonraking megalomaniac, Hank Scorpio! And when Bart finds himself living the dream after landing a gig as the new Radioactive Man comic book writer, Comic Book Guy finds himself living his worst nightmare. Then, Lisa applies her deductive skills to discovering the identity of her anonymous valentine.



Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

Simpsons Illustrated #15 — February 4th

SpongeBob Comics #41 — February 11th

Simpsons Comics #218 — February 18th

Futurama Comics #74 — February 25th



By Matt Groening

 

Looking to have some fun with the Simpsons? Join the club! Membership comes with these exclusive benefits: Get the low down on Homer as he discovers his new calling as the bearer of bad news; Mr. Burns opens a museum dedicated to his life and his legend; Marge gives up her apron for academia; Bart and Lisa memorize the entire cartoon canon of “Itchy & Scratchy” to save humanity; and Homer goes to freakish lengths to get Marge an anniversary gift. All this and even more rewarding perks and privileges await you in the Simpsons Comics Clubhouse.* 

*Dress code and proper attire will be strictly enforced at all times.



By Arie Kaplan, Mike Kazaleh

 

Rainier Wolfcastle applies some method acting to his newest film role and follows Bart around school to get inside the mind of child, but it doesn’t take long  for the action hero to become fascinated with another  subject…Nelson Muntz. Plus, add in a little Crazy Cat Lady.



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