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By Carol Lay


Bart goes from being the best “liked” kid on FacePlace to the kid “most likely to be despised” when an enemy with a score to settle steals his password and his identity on the social network. Will Bart get back at the computer hack?

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.


Milhouse #1 — May 2nd

Simpsons Illustrated #2 — May 2nd

Simpsons Comics #190 — May 16th

Bart Simpson #71 — May 23rd

Futurama Comics #61 — May 30th

Summer Shindig #6 — May 30th

By Lay, McGreal, Rankine, Simone, Smith, Delaney, Kazaleh, Lloyd, Matsumoto, Davis, DeCarlo, Pepoy


Bart Simpson’s pal Milhouse takes center stage in the next of our series of Simpsons Comics One-Shots. Take a look at the world of Springfield through the eyes of Bart’s bespectacled best friend, second banana, and juvenile delinquent wannabe, and the fantastical things you see through his thick lenses might surprise you.

By Matt Groening


From the Bongo Archives, when a psychotic clown sidekick comes to town with a plan to exact his revenge upon his archenemy, no one expects that vengeance-seeking harlequin to be Sideshow Cecil, Bob’s brother, with a plan to kill his own archenemy…Lisa Simpson! Then, Bart’s treehouse gets condemned when the tree in the Simpsons’ backyard develops stump rot, and it’s up to Bart and Milhouse to stand in the way of the bulldozers. Also, Radioactive Man finds himself in an alternate reality after an emergency stop in a convenient Portal Potty.


By Aragonés, Aushenker, Rogers, Lloyd, Matsumoto, Austin, Rote


With a little help…okay, more than a little help from Lisa...Homer is on the road to a promotion at the nuclear power plant. Then, Marge and Lisa need to save Bart from himself…and his sugar addiction. Plus, Sergio Aragonés lets loose in another installment of “Maggie’s Crib.”



By Templeton and Pepoy


Maggie Simpson becomes a pop cultural prophet when her musings and missives hit the ‘Net in a Chatter account called “Poop My Baby Says.” Who is pulling the strings behind the orally-fixated oracle? When the world finds out, the poop will definitely hit the fan.


By Aragonés, Rogers, Uhlenbrock, Delaney, Ortiz, DeCarlo, Pepoy


Mr. Burns brings a professional women’s basketball team to Springfield; however, when the team goes from worst to first, Lisa discovers a reason to blow the whistle on her father’s unscrupulous boss. Then, Sideshow Bob hypnotizes Bart and enacts a plan to not only humiliate his nemesis but one that will lead to his eventual doom. Also, Sergio Aragonés serves up a new installment of “Maggie’s Crib.”

By Boothby, Ortiz, DeCarlo


Lisa’s love of music is put to the test when she takes a job at King Toot’s Music Store. Meanwhile, when Homer discovers that Ned Flanders had a hand in recording his and Marge’s favorite song, he finds it very hard to get in a romantic mood. Can the healing power of music cure the Simpsons’ blues?

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