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Is it possible? America’s favorite pre-teen becomes the most hated boy in Springfield. But living life on the edge is nothing new to Bart Simpson. See Bart partner up with Ralph Wiggum when he joins the Kid Cops, compete in the brutal (and peanut brittle) world of school fundraising, challenge Nelson Muntz for the affections of the new girl in town, and much more!

By Ian Boothby, Dean Rankine, Rex Lindsey, Mike Rote


Krusty the Clown finds himself alone and wandering the empty streets of Springfield, not a friend, neighbor, debt collector, or annoying fan in sight. All that he is left with are his memories of a life in showbiz lived to the fullest–a little song, a little dance, and a little seltzer down his pants. But where did all the people go? It would appear that he is the…Laugh Man on Earth!

By Ian Boothby,  Jacob Chabot, Mike Kazaleh, Nina Matsumoto, Derek Fridolfs


Lisa protests Mayor Quimby’s decision to close down the local mystery bookstore in order to build a new parking lot, but it’s going to take some imagination and a little sleuthing of her own to make the double-dealing civil servant change his mind. 

By Matt Groening


The Simpsons have come to play, and they are breaking all the rules! First, when Mayor Quimby rescinds the order for Daylight Saving Time in Springfield, a loophole in the city charter causes a time zone free-for-all! Then Homer recalls his Happy Days when he had to choose between his high school sweetheart and a lovely young debutante, who also happens to be Mr. Burns’ niece. Also, after Marge takes pity on him, Ned Flanders moves in with the Simpsons, and his goody good-diddly-ness, makes everyone as pleased as punch (except for Homer)! Get your “Game On!” with the Simpsons!

Featured Comics Simpsons Comics #10, and Simpsons Comics #151 are now available for download in the Simpsons Store for all your iOS and Google Play enabled mobile devices!

By Ian Boothby, Phil Ortiz, Jason Ho, Dave Anderson


In the spirit of infamous and ill-advised movie reboots, Radioactive Man: The Movie is being remade in Springfield, this time with an all-female cast under the direction of Krusty the Clown. And with both Bart and Comic Book Guy vociferously offering their opinions on the matter, it’s hard to say who or what offends the hoi polloi and Hollywood the most!

By Matt Groening


Bongo’s annual, oversized, 96-page comic offers even more bang for the buck this fall! After a run-in with the paparazzi, Krusty the Clown hires Homer to stand in for him, or rather, stand next to him…because Homer makes Krusty look good by comparison. Then, Professor Frink’s newest invention, a cell phone that can give its owner superheroic abilities falls into the hands of Bartman’s sidekick Houseboy (aka Milhouse), transforming him into a very, very, bad boy! And when Homer takes an impressionable Ralph Wiggum under his wing, it doesn’t take long before Bart gets jealous and wants in on the father/son/extra son relationship. Later, Homer and Bart team-up to protect the nuclear power plant from a zombie invasion in “Power Plants Vs. Zombies”! And much, much more.

Featured Comic Treehouse of Horror #1 and newly released Treehouse of Horror #7 are now available for download in the Simpsons Store for all your iOS and Google Play enabled mobile devices!

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