Bongo Blog

By Boothby, Dorkin, Rankine, Aragones, DiGerolamo

Cover by Bill Morrison

 

Bongo celebrates its 20th year and landmark 200th issue of Simpsons Comics with an extra-special, supersized story about (what else?) the bicentennial celebration of the history of Springfield. Witness the heretofore untold and influential past of the town that’s affectionately become known as “America’s crudbucket,” and find out from tales of its fantastic forefathers to its civil war to its fight for civil rights why the worst city in the country is also its funniest! And, as they say...much, much more! 



Simpsons Comics #127 and Super Spectacular #10 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



Simpsons Comics #150 and Bart Simpson #8 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



Bart Simpson #79 and Simpsons Comics #198 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



By Rogers, Lay, DiGerolamo, Rankine, Kazaleh, Matsumoto

 

In a stunning shift of power, the sons of The Legitimate Businessman’s Social Club associates (aka the Mafia) move-in on the “bully” trade at Springfield Elementary, and they have their sights set on recruiting Bart Simpson as their newest member. In other tales, Homer tries to make up to Maggie by offering her the Moon, Milhouse imagines himself on the plains of Africa, and Professor Frink pays an unexpected visit to the Simpsons household.



By Dixon, Ortiz, DeCarlo

 

Inspired by the current crop of trash-to-treasure reality shows, Homer raids the family storage unit looking for a valuable artifact. However, Homer is about to find out that his road to riches is paved with a lot of worthless junk.