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The Futurama 2013 calendar is now available, but be forewarned; this calendar is for die-hard Futurama fans only!


A pin-up calendar based on the unsettlingly hilarious "Neutopia" episode from Futurama's sixth season, it's cheesecake as only the Planet Express crew could provide.


Enjoy 12 months of gender-bending strangeness as you...

...Survey a sexy Amy Wong.

...Give an alluring Leela the eye.

...Romp with a racy Dr. Zoidberg.

...Be seduced by the ample curves of Hermes Conrad.

...Cringe at the aging intimates of Professor Farnsworth.

...Gaze with wonder at Fry's bountiful bazooms.

Plus much too much more!


Believe it when we say it's the Planet Express crew as you've never seen them before!


For a peek at the calendar's bonus centerfold, check out the Bongo Comics Facebook post here.


The 2013 Futurama calendar is available in finer stores throughout the galaxy and can be ordered online at Amazon and Barnes & Noble, among others.


Don't blame us if your eyes burst into flame.

By McCann, Delaney, Pepoy, Rankine


After being dragged through an asteroid field, Leela is found drifting in space with no memory of who she is––that is until Zapp Brannigan claims her…as his bride. Plus, in breaking news, Morbo gets his own back-up feature.

Now available! Celebrate the fact that the world (hopefully) doesn't end in 2012 by picking up some of these nifty 2013 calendars from your friends here at Bongo! 

As an added bonus, all these calendars will work in the year 2019 as well. What a bargain!

Take your pick from:


The Simpsons 2013 Fun Calendar

The Simpsons take you on a whirlwind trip around the globe. See the spectacular fireworks over the famed Sydney opera house from the harbor. Marvel at the majesty of the Great Wall of China. Stroll down the Champs-Elysées in the most elegant haute couture. Take part in the pomp and pageantry of a Bollywood musical while in Bombay. It’s a yearlong international sabbatical with the Simpsons you’ll never forget.


The Simpsons 2013 Laugh-A-Day Daily Desk Calendar

Rip, flip, and tear your way through a brand new year with The Simpsons Laugh-A-Day Daily Desk Calendar. Loaded with twisted TV trivia that will challenge your choice maker, bother your brain pan, and hurt your head bone, this year’s daily desk reference will fill you with giggles aplenty and help turn you into a Simpsons master.


Futurama 2013 Wall Calendar

Sultry, sexy, and scandalous do not begin to describe the surprises that await you in this year’s “Futurama” offering. There are pin-ups and peekaboos aplenty as the employees of Planet Express–yes, the entire staff (with a few ringers)–tantalize and titillate you with a companywide calendar that is out of this world.



It’s the Life in Hell 2013 12-Month Calendar

Experience another year of Life in Hell with pop culture pundit Matt Groening. Let Binky, Bongo, Akbar & Jeff guide you through perilous pitfalls and menacing missteps. Along the way you'll be enlightened by trivial but significant recommendations that will enrich your life!



…And if it turns out the world actually DOES end in 2012, these calendars will come in handy to chuck at the zombies as you make your escape across the post-apocalyptic landscape. 

You can thank us later!




For those of you who think you’re in the know but want to know more, come join us at the Bongo Comics panel at the San Diego Comic-Con on Thursday 7/12 from 11 AM-12 PM in Room 9. Creative director Nathan Kane, managing editor Terry Delegeane, art director Jason Ho, fan favorite/intern Louis Lane, and Simpsons/Futurama know-it-all Bill Morrison will fill you in on all the latest Bongo happenings. Then absorb everything that Chris Duffy, the Managing Editor of United Plankton Pictures, has to tell you about the future comic book exploits of SpongeBob SquarePants.


On Friday 7/13, meet the creative talents behind Bongo’s newest partnership at the Mylo Xyloto panel. What is Myloto Xyoloto, you ask? Well, it's the epic six-issue miniseries that tells the story behind the story of Coldplay’s newest album. Meet Mark Osborne (Kung Fu Panda, The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie) and his production team Alejandro Fuentes, Steve Hamaker, and Dylan Haggerty in Room 23ABC from 1-2 PM and prepare to experience the sights and sounds of Coldplay in a whole new way. Following the panel, join the team at an autograph session in the Sails Pavilion at AA02 from 2:30-3:30 PM.   


Finally, on Saturday 7/14 start off your panel-going day from 12-12:45 PM in Ballroom 20 at the “Futurama” panel. Join the cast and crew of the Emmy award-winning series for world premiere footage of the all-new season on Comedy Central. Plus: Wear your “Futurama”-themed costume for the chance to win slightly valuable prizes! Scheduled panelists include creator/executive producer Matt Groening, executive producer David X. Cohen, and stars Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio, and Maurice LaMarche.


Then, stay put in Ballroom 20 from 12:45-1:30 PM for the “Simpsons” panel when moderator David Mirkin, creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising producer Mike Anderson, and the voice of Lisa Simpson, Yeardley Smith, take a lengthy look at the upcoming “Treehouse of Horror,” a sneak (2D) peek at the Simpsons theatrical (3D) short “The Longest Daycare,” and much, much more (okay, 45 minutes' worth).


Then follow (at a safe, non-stalkery distance) the cast of “Futurama” down to the main floor where they will signing at the Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment booth (4313) from 1:30-2:15 PM. That autograph session will be followed by a “Simpsons” signing from 2:15-3:00 PM.


It's a pretty hectic schedule, but what the hey! It's Comic Con!


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