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By Shane Houghton, John Delaney, Andrew Pepoy

 

Power mad powerbroker Mr. Burns makes another power grab on the pocketbooks of the citizens of Springfield with his newest power-propelled product…the electric car! After all, those greenhorn Greenpeace-niks need some form of clean energy transportation to promote their anti-greenhouse gas activities that runs, of course, on electricity provided by the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant! Everyone is pretty happy about it, too…except for the Rich Texan, who discovers that Mr. Burns’ new vehicles are cutting into his copious crude oil cash reserves.



By Matt Groening

 

Homer chaperones Lisa’s class on an out-of-state field trip to one of our nation’s greatest museums, but along the way he commandeers the bus and takes the students on a tour of what can only be described as “Homer’s America.” And due to a near fatal injury, a little mail tampering, and the dastardly determination of one vengeful ventriloquist, Krusty the Clown loses all rights to his name, likeness, and persona…that is until he decides to “Do the Copyright Thing.” Then spring into action under the watchful eye and technological savvy of a secretive Lisa Simpson with one goal in mind...rescuing Bartman from the clutches of the Cat Lady Woman. And see Bart act as go-between for the lovelorn Milhouse and take on a short stint as an employee at the Kwik-E-Mart.



By Ian Boothby, Max Davison, Hilary Barta, Nina Matsumoto

 

Bart and Lisa discover that Springfield’s uber-sad sack, Hans Moleman, may not be who they think he is in “The Curious Case of Hans Moleman.” Then the Simpsons of Springfield meet their doppelgangers, the Simpkins from Capital City, and its worse than they ever expected.



By Mike W. Barr, Ian Boothby, Max Davison, David Seidman, Rex Lindsey, James Lloyd, Nina Matsumoto, and Andrew Pepoy

 

Get your hot little hands on the newest summer sampling of the Simpsons! Due to the city’s budget cuts, Homer and the Simpsons clan are recruited as the lifeguards at the municipal pool. And be there as Bart Simpson’s greatest secret is revealed as Bartman is unmasked in front of all of Springfield! Then Marge asks Homer to do some home improvement! And join McBain as he takes on his archenemy… “MENDOZA!!!!!”



By Matt Groening

 

Experience the world of Springfield in the form of a five-dollar bill as it changes many hands and many lives. It is a tale of hard work, dumb luck, insatiable greed, and time travel, as one five spot changes the course of human events. Then, Bart wins a shopping spree at Krusty’s Land of Misfit Toys, but it doesn’t take long before all his friends and family members are asking him to score them some free toys. And after Bart, Lisa and Milhouse take in a scary movie find out who has the worst nightmares.



By Ian Boothby, Max Davison, Shane Houghton, Dean Rankine, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy, Jacob Chabot, Hilary Barta

 

After an unfortunate trip to the dentist, Principal Skinner is mistaken for a vampire. It doesn’t help that Bart fuels the fire (and supplies the pitchforks) to an unruly mob uprising. And when Bart brings one of Professor Frink’s recent discoveries to school, it leads to some hair-raising hilarity. Then, Bart and Milhouse embark on an embittered and injurious thumbwrestling battle.



By Max Davison, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo

 

When an archaic town statute is enacted by City Hall, Homer Simpson and Chief Clancy Wiggum find themselves on the receiving end of an unexpected career switcheroo. Will this dramatic power shift cause life-altering changes in Springfield when the two donut-loving deadbeats take on each other’s deliciously do-nothing jobs? Um…not really.



By Tom Dougherty, Rex Lindsey

 

Bart’s latest municipal felony leads to empty coffers at city hall and a huge cut in the public school budget. The call for volunteer civil servants leads to the hiring of Springfield’s most dynamic public schoolteacher in years…Abraham Simpson! And it doesn’t take long before he catches the eye of other highly placed, civic-minded leaders who set the Simpsons septuagenarian on a road to seeking even higher public office.



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