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by Aragonés, Lay, Shaw!

 

Now monthly! Bart tells Ralph Wiggum a tale of comic book mail-order products gone awry, while Lisa teaches Homer a cautionary lesson about the good and bad effects of going green. Also, “Maggie’s Crib.”



by Groening

 

Bart turns tattletale on Dolph, Jimbo, Kearney, and Nelson on national TV, earning him fame, fortune, and death threats! His only chance of survival – a “Li’l Squealer Bullet Proof Vest.” But what good is teflon-coating in the blackboard jungle of Springfield Elementary? And when Mayor Quimby, caught in yet another scandal and up for re-election, decides to curry the favor of the religious right in Springfield by enacting Sunday Blue Laws, he suddenly finds himself in the political fight of his life.  The hastily assembled Keg Party is championing their own candidate…Homer Simpson!  But how low will Homer stoop to win the election? Just ask his campaign manager, Fat Tony! Also, go out for a night on the town and Lisa has a hysterically historical dream. (Collects Simpsons Comics #57 & 58)



By Verrone, Rodriguez, Davis

 

Who splotches the Splotchmen? Following an attack on Springfield’s most famous comedian, Springfield’s past and present costumed heroes (Pie Man, Cupcake Kid, Dr. New Haven, Pastry Face, the Original Collector, French Silk Spectre and more) must work together to thwart a highly unstable, cream-filled plot to broker a peace with their town rival, Shelbyville.



By Aragonés, McCann, Dorkin, Barta, Dyer

 

Bart Simpson goes monthly! Now you can enjoy everyone’s favorite bad boy every month at your local comic store and newsstand! In this month’s issue Bart learns a life lesson from Apu,and spends a little quality time with Maggie. Also, teenagers Homer and Barney find themselves caught in the middle of a zombie movie.



By Duggan, Ortiz, Lay

 

When Lenny discovers a way to happiness through involvement in a new self-help movement called Scifiometry, Homer and his fellow barflies are determined to save their pal from financial and spiritual ruin.



By Matt Groening

 

No one is safe and everyone is fair game as the Prince of Pranks, Bart Simpson, unloads his bag of tricks on his unsuspecting friends and family. First, Springfield Elementary will never be the same when Bart replaces Seymour Skinner as principal. Then, things get out of control and oversized when Bart gets his hands on Professor Frink’s newest invention, the Embigulator. Add in a new installment of Bart’s comic creation Angry Dad and a plot to make Ralph Wiggum the most feared kid on campus, and Bart Simpson, Prince of Pranks, will have you howling with laughter all the way to the Principal’s Office!



By Houlihan, Lay, McGreal

 

The Simpsons spin a series of summertime stories: first, Homer and the barflies battle marauding  wild beasts as members of the Springfield Bear Patrol; then, fearing the planet is on the brink of destruction, Lisa, Bart, and the rest of the children of Springfield, are determined to retain and remember what is most important to them––the collected cartoon catalog of “The Itchy & Scratchy Show”––before the world comes to an end; finally, Homer gives new meaning to the term “traveling light” when he takes on airplane weight restrictions by starting his own airline.



By Rogers, Costanza, Novin

 

Sideshow Bob is chosen for a new prison program to relocate inmates to a penal colony on the moon, but when the launch goes awry, an amnesiac Bob wanders Springfield, mistaken for a space alien and seeking vengeance on one individual….Bart Simpson! (Whoever that is.)



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