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Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

SpongeBob Comics #14 — November 14th

Simpsons Comics #196 — November 21st

Bart Simpson #77 — November 28th



Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

Futurama #63 — October 3rd

SpongeBob Comics #13 — October 10th

Simpsons Comics #195 — October 17th

Bart Simpson #76 — October 24th

Maggie #1 — October 24th

Simpsons Illustrated #4 — October 31st



by David Lewman, Sam Henderson, Jacob Lambert, Derek Drymon, Stephen DeStefano, Jacob Chabot, and various

 

On a reluctant visit to Grandma Sponge's house, Squidward discovers an earthly paradise (for Squidward, that is). But how can he get back to that happy place? Find out in "Great Grandma." In "Too Tough," SpongeBob invites the bruisers from the Salty Spitoon to make the Krusty Krab their new hangout, and Mr. Krabs sees dollar signs...plus lots of broken furniture. Also: SpongeBob learns the joys of flossing; Squilliam learns the downside to owning a fancy yacht; and the reader learns lots of facts about crabs



Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

SpongeBob #12 — September 12th

Simpsons Comics #194 — September 19th

Bart Simpson #75 — September 26th

Treehouse of Horror #18 — September 26th



by Scott Roberts, Derek Drymon, Corey Barba, Graham Annable, Vince Deporter, Gregg Schigiel, and various

 

Patrick and SpongeBob go on a frenzied 3 AM quest for hidden candy in "Night Sweets." Then in "Dear Diary," Squidward's suggestion that Patrick start a journal results in daily misery...for Squidward! SpongeBob forgets to wear his square pants to work--and thus begins "The Big Cover-Up." And what is the secret of the new delicious sauce at the Krusty Krab? Find out in "Patrick's Sauce," but be prepared to gag just a little bit. All this plus a cover pin-up to drool for and step-by-step instructions by James Kochalka on how NOT to draw SpongeBob.



by Scott Roberts, Gregg Schigiel, James Kochalka, Mark Martin, Hilary Barta, and various

 

Now settin' sail monthly! In "The Housesitter," SpongeBob looks after Mr. Krabs' house and fends off a fishy cat burglar. In "Raising the Curtain of Evil," Patrick has to think fast to reconstruct SpongeBob's latest issue of Mermaid Man, resulting in a bizarre reading experience. James Kochalka writes and draws "SpongeBob Finds a Cave," in which SpongeBob finds...well, a cave. But this cave has a magic hot dog! Plus: Plankton takes on Mermaid Man, Squidward paints a portrait, and Sandy Cheeks invents a robot so incredible that only you, the reader, could possibly draw it!



Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are available about 3 weeks later.

 

SpongeBob #10 — July 11th

Simpsons Comics #192 — July 18th

Bart Simpson #73 — July 25th



 

by Graham Annable, Gregg Schigiel, Vince Deporter, James Kochalka, Joey Weiser, and various.

 

It's a seaworthy summer vacation issue. In "Calls in the Wild," SpongeBob and Patrick must protect a troupe of young campers from the strange creatures that lurk in the woods––like that grouchy bald one who plays the clarinet! In "Heroes at the Beach," Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy attempt to have a relaxing day at the beach. But why must there be so much eeeevil to get in their way? Plus, Patrick forgets his pants, SpongeBob gets acne, and we learn why big socks = big fun! All this and a surreal painted pin-up by SpongeBob creator Stephen Hillenburg.

 



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