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By Boothby and Lloyd

 

Bender becomes the star of a hit TV show on which he terrifies the public with predictions about the imminent end of the world. Meanwhile, Fry and Leela work off an amusement park debt as carnies on the moon. And when a real threat to Earth appears on the horizon, Bender and the Planet Express crew must warn a wary and weary populace that has braced itself for disaster one too many times.



By Boothby, Delaney, Davis

 

The ever resilient, Emmy®-winning series “Futurama” is going strong on Comedy Central, and our comic series offers you a double dip of futuristic fun on a bimonthly basis. In January, when Mayor Poopenmeyer’s reputation is tainted by corruption charges, Bender steps in and rehabilitates his image; but give the bending unit a little power and pretty soon New New York City is seceding from the planet. Then, frustrated by the high cost of eggs, Leela steals a few from some nearby owl nests, only to find herself and Planet Express at the mercy of some very angry birds.



By Boothby, Rogers, Kazaleh, Lloyd

 

When Bender begins to feel jealous of Amy and Leela because they have parents, Professor Farnsworth builds two robot parents to make him happy. But it is not long before Bender bridles under his new parents strict rules and begins to behave like a rebellious teenager. To make matters worse, all of Professor Farnsworth’s doomsday devices have disappeared and the disgruntled robot is the number one suspect.



By McCann, Delaney, Pepoy

 

What would have happened if Fry traveled back in time 100 or so years to a sci-fi influenced, industrialized Victorian Age rather than three thousand years into the future? You are about to find out.











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