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By Graham Annable

 

 

It's our first "Will You Please Be Quiet" issue–featuring not as many words as usual! First, in an epic tale by Graham Annable (Box Trolls, Grickle), King Neptune can't stand the racket made by the denizens of Bikini Bottom, so he casts a Bubble of Silence over the whole town–as underwater deities often do. But the shenanigans of SpongeBob, Patrick, Mr. Krabs, and Plankton won't be stopped by a mere lack of sound­–and they may prove the undoing of Neptune himself! Plus: a silent “SpongeFunnies” by Kochalka; a wordless “Flotsam & Jetsam: Ocean Facts” by Maris Wicks; and two more stories where the only sound…will be your own laughter! (Void where prohibited.)



By Derek Drymon, David DeGrand, Jerry Ordway

 

Learn the final fate of renegade SpongeBob Comics artist Pencils the Pirate in the stupefying conclusion to "LOST BOOTY!" Stranded on a becalmed ship in the middle of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Pencils struggles against two frightful foes: a horrible sea monster and worse–writer's block! There's but one thing that can save his nautical bacon–SpongeBob himself! But how will our yellow, porous hero get to the surface in time? Find out in this reality-bending yarn of deadlines and doofuses!  Plus underwater floods, ocean facts, and “SpongeFunnies” by James Kochalka!



By: Braden Lamb, Shelli Paroline, Derek Drymon, Robert Leighton, Scott Roberts, Jacob Chabot, Natalie Andrewson

 

It's a selection of soggy sword-and/or-sorcery sagas by some of comics' finest creators! In “Krill the Conqueror” by Braden Lamb & Shelly Paroline (“Adventure Time”), a tiny barbarian pest vows to retake his vermin people's lost kingdom, the Krusty Krab--but why is SpongeBob helping him? Next in “The Scheme of the Sinister Submersible”, Mermaid Man–armed only with lame party tricks–must rescue that famous aquatic wizard the Divining Diver from the depths of Damp Dimension! Then read along with Patrick and SpongeBob as they make their way through a Dangers & Dead Ends Pick-Your-Own-Predicament book—“The Monster Boat of Frighfulness!” All this brought to you wrapped in a Jacob Chabot cover that's a veritable handbook of advanced hilarity. You'll be dragon your friends to read it when you're dungeon with it!



By Dani Michaeli, Derek Drymon, Raul the Third, Jerry Ordway

 

With SpongeBob in tow, Mermaid Man flashes back to a previously forgotten era of his heroic history--his adventures as Monster Master of Terror Trench! But what's the improbable secret of Mermaid Man's former monster sidekick? Find out as MM and SpongeBob “Return to Terror Trench!” Also: In part 4 of “Lost Booty” the quest of two humble pirates for the greatest SpongeBob comic ever continues…in the belly of a whale! Plus: “SpongeFunnies” by James Kochalka and ocean fact comics by Maris Wicks!



The irresistibly insipid harmonies of the pop quartet BØBÖ have conquered the Seven Seas, and the band is touring every major city under the waves…except Bikini Bottom. To catch the band live, their most spazziest fan, a young fry cook named SpongeBob, must hit the road with his boating instructor, Mrs. Puff. But can Puff--and BØBÖ themselves--survive traffic jams, food allergies, and…SpongeBob's driving? Find out in "Take a Boat to BØBÖ!" Also, in part 3 of "Lost Booty," Deckhand Dottie and Fanboy Beard break into Pirate Prison for the next chapter of the lost SpongeBob comic! Plus “SpongeFunnies” by Kochalka and ocean facts from Maris Wicks!



In “Sandwich Panic”, Patrick and SpongeBob discover a hipster cafe with artisanal, locally-sourced sandwiches–that are more delicious than Krabby Patties! SpongeBob must stop this upstart eatery, even if it means teaming up with the nefarious Plankton! And in part 2 of “Lost Booty” freebooters Fanboy Beard and Deckhand Dottie continue their mad race to track down the lost SpongeBob comic by the Mad Pirate Pencils! All this plus “SpongeFunnies” by James Kochalka, facts about pirate pets, and more!



By Derek Drymon, David Lewman, Jerry Ordway, Scott Roberts

 

Pencils the Pirate–the buccaneer who draws all yer fav'rit SpongeBob funnies–has gone mad, and two pirate fans must track down the wayward artist to get their grimy paws on the latest comic starring their favorite sea sponge! It's a tale of treasure and betrayal with amazing art by Jerry Ordway (Superman, Avengers) and Dave DeGrand (MAD, Garfield). Also: SpongeBob terrifies Bikini Bottom with his remote-controlled Mermaid Man action figure, a snooty sponge visits from another dimension, and we all learn some freaky facts about the history of swimming!



By Derek Drymon, Jay Lender, Jacob Chabot, Vince Deporter

 

Nobody calls Sandy Cheeks a "tenderfoot"–but when the gauntlet is thrown by SpongeBob and Patrick, she's on a tear to prove she's the most rugged outdoors-squirrel in the seven seas! It's great fun until a certain underwater volcano catches her eye… Then, in "Plankton's Imagination," SpongeBob takes pity on that poor tiny terror Eugene Plankton and teaches him the joys of inspiration and creativity. But is that a good idea? Plus: fun facts about real plankton from Maris Wicks (Coral Reefs), SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka (Glorkian Warrior), and more!



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