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By Matt Groening


“Hail to the Cat!” is the story of how one political animal takes on city hall and wins. However, when Snowball II becomes mayor, Springfield gets a crash course in history repeating itself and may very well be responsible for yet another British Invasion. And when Chief Wiggum gets a taste of his own chili, made from the merciless peppers of Quetzlzacatenango, he experiences a viaje misterioso of his own in “Chili Chili Bang Bang.”

By Tony DiGerolamo, John Zakour, Rex Lindsey, Mike Kazaleh, Dan Davis


The college nerds Doug, Gary, and Benjamin have developed a new app, but it’s going to take the marketing savvy of one Bart Simpson to make them all multi-millionaires. And Bart is needed once again when he is recruited—well kidnapped—by Kang and Kodos to help counter an attack on Rigel 7. When microcosmic and macrocosmic forces convene, it‘s up to the boy with the name on the comic to answer the call.

By Matt Groening


Start off with a little ring-a-ding-ding from the new “King of Cool” Professor Frink, some harmless daydreaming from Bart’s pal Milhouse, some bedtime nursery rhyming with Maggie Simpson, and a bit of back-in-the-day, nostalgic reminiscing from Mr. Burns. Even a tyke-sized Homer tries his hand at some magical wishing, and Ralph Wiggum does a little role modeling. Then, Sideshow Bob goes slumming to exact his revenge, Bart sets about reinvigorating his favorite superhero comic magazine, and Homer thinks he’s seeing double when he discovers another brother from yet another mother. Finally, and for your convenience, quickly cut and fold your very own Kwik-E-Mart!* Thank you, come again! (*Squishee machine not included.)

By Ian Boothby, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy


After being embarrassed and rejected by Bart, Homer takes an impressionable Ralph Wiggum under his wing. But it doesn’t take long before Bart gets jealous and wants back in on the father/son/extra son relationship. Meanwhile, Lisa has problems of her own when she is responsible for the disappearance of the class hamster, only to discover a Lost World of long gone schoolroom pets in the deep recesses of Springfield Elementary…a New Hamsterdam, if you will.

By Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy


The Planet Express ship is destroyed while on a mission in space and the entire crew, including Professor Farnsworth, Amy, and Zoidberg, must take refuge in a makeshift spaceship…made out of Bender! Trapped in space without a propulsion system and forced to live in close quarters, the crew must survive not only the many computer viruses infecting the robot but something even more deadly…one another!

By Eric Rogers, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo


When Marge gets sent to a women’s prison on a trumped up charge, it’s up to Springfield’s favorite plump schlump to get her out of that dump. Yes, we’re talking about Homer Simpson…and posing as a woman, committing a crime, and going to jail in order to break his wife out of the slammer may be the least of his worries.

By Matt Groening


What’s “in”? What’s “out”? What’s “hot”? What’s “not”? Ask the Simpsons! For some inexplicable reason, the members of our favorite family become the tastemakers and the trendsetters for world. What will they wear? What will they watch? Where will they go? Who do they know? And when will it all blow up in their faces? Then, find out what happens to Martin and Milhouse when Bart is nowhere to be found! Finally, after a run-in with the school bullies, Ralph is forced to learn the value of a dollar.

By James M. Bates, Michael Saikin, Jacob Chabot


Bart and Lisa find themselves embattled over just who won a “dream” bedroom contest. And later, when Lisa decides to become more self-assertive, she enrolls in a class that will help empower her…but maybe she should look before she leaps!

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