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By Rogers, Delaney, Kazaleh, Davis, Pepoy


Looking to put the shine back in his shiniest body part, Bender undergoes a series of robotic enhancements. However, one nip here and one tuck there prove not to be enough for the rejuvenated robot, and before long he is on a path to destruction. Also, Zapp Brannigan shows his mettle and earns a medal. Plus, this issue features the third of six awesome Futurama posters, suitable for unfolding.

In this three part episode, the Planet Express crew learn the true meaning of Xmas, Robanukah, and Kwanzaa. “The Futurama Holiday Spectacular” will air on Comedy Central, on Sunday November 21, 2010.


ATTENTION, MEATBAGS!  Futurama Volume 5 -- that is, Season 6, or, if you will, possibly in a parallel universe, Season 7-- but really, Volume 5, at least in the United States -- but it will be differently numbered in other territories probably for sure, just to confuse us, is coming out on DVD and Blu-ray on December 21, 2010, just in time for the Xmas, Hanukah, & Kwanzaa gift-giving season, conveniently! The 2-disc set will include all 12 of the episodes that aired this past summer on Comedy Central, plus The Futurama Holiday Spectacular, for a grand total of 13 brand-spankin' all-new episodes. Finally, we can all relax, unlace our corsets, inhale a big breath of carbon-enriched air, and thank Zombie Jesus that it all came to pass. Thank you, Loyal Fans, for your rabid and unwavering support!!!


Special features include:

• Audio commentaries on all episodes

• Deleted scenes

• "Bend it Like Bender"--Bender's first, best, and only music video!

• Previously On Futurama

• The Adventures of Delivery-Boy Man--an original video comic book scribbled and performed by Philip J. Fry

• Behind the Fungus: Makin' a Hit Song  

• "The Prisoner of Benda" live table read


Don't forget to pick up a copy of Futurama Comics #51, on sale today! This issue comes with the second in a series of six mind-bending black light posters to adorn the walls of your bedroom, office, or hippie crash pad!

By Rogers, Lloyd, Kazaleh


Bender and Fry battle it out in a kitchen nightmare of their own making to determine who will be top chef at Planet Express, but they'll be forced to make the meal of their lives when some unwelcomed dinner guests come to call! Also, Zapp Brannigan and Kif go on a blind date! Plus, this issue features the second of six awesome Futurama posters, suitable for unfolding.

You heard about it at the “Futurama” panel. Now collect Philip J. Fry’s Delivery-Boy Man. Learn the startling origin of Delivery-Boy Man! Marvel at his battle versus Invader X (both Parts 1 and 2)! Deliver-Boy Man delivers the goods…and returns the bads! Available at both the Bongo booth (#2519) and the Fox Home Entertainment booth (#4313) while supplies last!

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