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by Robert Leighton, Gregg Schigiel, Corey Barba, Vince DePorter, Dave Roman, James Kochalka, Bob Flynn, and David DeGrand.

 

Readers take SpongeBob's fate into their own hands in "Trading Laces," a choose-your-own-pourous-path interactive adventure comic by puzzle-designer Robert Leighton (The New Yorker) and artist Gregg Schigiel (X-Babies). Then find out the secret of Gary's new odd behavior in "Filthy Habit." And Bob Flynn (Bravest Warriors) provides a key to "What Lurks Inside the Jelly Hive." All this plus SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka (American Elf) and a fill-in comic by Dave Roman (Astronaut Academy)!



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 #17 — February 13th

Mylo Xyloto #1 — February 13th

Simpsons Comics #199 — February 20th

Bart Simpson #80 — February 27th

Professor Frink #1 — February 27th



by Scott Roberts, Gregg Schigiel, David Lewman, Vincent Deporter, Joey Weiser, Stephen DeStefano, Dave DeGrande, and various

 

Patrick would make a great substitute fry cook, right? If you think so, then the horrible chaos and destruction rampant in the story "Pat the Temp" may surprise you. And in "Trash Stalkin'" Squidward teaches SpongeBob about that most magical of all creatures, the Garbage Fairy. All this plus Gary at a snail show, Patrick at Jellyfish Fashion Week, and Mr. Krabs as the torso of a giant transforming robot!



By Hilary Barta, Chuck Dixon, Jacob Chabot, Derek Drymon, Gregg Schigiel, Joey Weiser, Vanessa Davis, and various

 

If Mr. Krabs' archenemy, the microscopic fiend Plankton, can't steal the Krabby Patty secret formula, then he has no choice but to conquer this entire issue of SpongeBob Comics! In "Dream a Krabby Dream" the little green villain goes all "Inception" on the dreams of SpongeBob. Then a customer partakes of Plankton's Chumbalaya special...and LOVES it. Learn how this violation of the laws of nature came to be in "For the Love of Chum." Plus: Plankton's existential soul quest, strips by James Kochalka, a painted phytoplankton poster by “SpongeBob” creator Stephen Hillenburg, and more!



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



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