Bongo Blog

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!



By Ian Boothby, Carol Lay, Dean Rankine, Tone Rodriguez, Andrew Pepoy

 

As children, Marge, Homer, Lenny, Carl and Barney were tormented by a clown that lived in the sewer. Together they defeated the face-painted fiend. Now as adults, they are about to be tormented by the same clown again. Sometimes “IT Happens.” Then, Comic Book Guy gets a well-deserved curse placed on him by an unsuspecting citizen of Springfield. And finally, Marge is the only one standing between her family and a fungal invasion from space!



By Terry Delegeane, Dean Rankine, Michael Saikin, Jacob Chabot, Mike Kazaleh

 

Homer joins the stress-reducing, adult coloring book craze, but before long his new daily obsession begins to creep into his dream life. Then, spend an ordinary (or maybe not so ordinary) day in the life with Marge Simpson.



By Matt Groening

 

Bart starts his own humor magazine, and it isn’t long before Springfield’s resident funnyman Krusty the Clown wants in on the business. Then, donut-lovers Homer Simpson and Chief Clancy Wiggum take over each other’s deliciously do-nothing jobs. And speaking of switcheroos, Bart boards the wrong airplane and finds himself mistaken for local Springshire lad…Brit Simpson. And when Ned Flanders opens his own friendly tavern, Homer finds himself torn between two bartenders, the ever-surly Moe or everyone’s favorite neighborino. Throw in an alien abduction, some home disrepair, a pseudo-scientific trip to an alternate reality, a ghostly superhero pairing, and a rescue mission beneath the nuclear power plant, and you have the most colossal compendium yet. And make that dream of a personal home theater a reality with your very own scale model of Springfield’s classic movie house, the Aztec Theater.



By Ian Boothby, Phil Ortiz, Andrew Pepoy

 

After Lisa gets billed for excessive usage of the free and unlimited Wi-Fi at Krusty’s Brew Ha Ha (which is neither free or unlimited), the Simpsons enter the barista biz by turning their home into a Krusty coffeehouse franchise to pay off her court-ordered debt. It’s a caffeinated comic tale, roasted and brewed to percolated perfection.



By Bill Morrison, Michael Saikin, Dean Rankine, Mike Kazaleh, Phil Ortiz, Mike Rote

 

Homer’s in a rut, but a madcap night of unexpected adventure helps him get in touch with his inner (and long dormant) “bad boy.” Then, Homer must make the most important choice of his life…which of the last two donuts he should choose to start his day! Finally, Itchy & Scratchy pair up for a “short” night of caped crusading derring-do!



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