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By Boothby, DiGerolamo, Ortiz, Ho, DeCarlo, Rankine


Marge and Homer turn one of her homemade cleaning concoctions into the newest informercial product sensation, wiping away all the other competition, but their commercial success soon leaves their marriage in a mess. In the meantime, Bart grows a conscience…named Ralph Wiggum. Also, Angry Dad changes a tire.

By Aragonés, Bates, Peyer, Delaney, Matsumoto


Now monthly! Using his influence with government officials, Mr. Burns repeals the child labor laws in Springfield and finds he has a whole new workforce to exploit. Then, Grampa and Bart bond over a junky jalopy that they find at the police auction. Also, “Maggie’s Crib.”

By Dixon and Costanza


Marge convinces Ned Flanders to go on singles cruise in hopes that he will find a love match. However, when the Simpsons receive word that the ship was lost at sea with no presumed survivors, they must protect Rod and Todd from some suspicious relatives who come to claim them.

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 Templeton and Pepoy


Mr. Burns lays off the entire work force at the nuclear power plant, shuttering every local business, and steering the town into financial ruin. With no jobs available, the Simpsons and the other Springfieldians do what any economically depressed and unemployed person would do, they cross illegally into Canada to make their fortune.

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