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By Ian Boothby, John Delaney, Chuck Dixon, Nina Matsumoto,  Andrew Pepoy, Mike Rote, Ty Templeton

 

It’s an international affair! Simpsons Comics are published all over the world in a dozen different languages. This month Bongo takes you on a tour around the world and through the pages of Simpsons Comics as you might find them in Belgium, Japan, and Mexico.



By James W. Bates, Tony DiGerolamo, Dean Rankine, Mike Kazaleh, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy

 

Bart and Milhouse search Springfield to reap the financial rewards being offered by Channel 6 for news tips, but when it turns out to be a slow news day, they decide to fabricate a few phony stories of their own. Meanwhile, Marge is not too thrilled with Bart’s fixation on his new violent video game “Skateboard Renegade.”



By Ian Boothby, Arie Kaplan, Batton Lash, Bill Galvan, James Lloyd, Ryan Rivette, Derek, Fridolfs, Patrick Owsley, Andrew Pepoy

 

Ned Flanders believes he has missed “The Rapture” until he discovers that everyone who  has been left behind is left-handed! Then, Apu accidentally receives a shipment of adorable gremlins intended for the sorcery shop a few doors down the block; unfortunately, he doesn’t read the warning that tells him not to feed them Squishees after midnight. And visit the “metropolitan” world of Fritz Lang (Simpsons-style), when the idle rich championed by Mr. Burns clash with the working poor led by Marge Simpson.



By Ian Boothby, Max Davison, Nathan Kane, Corey Barba, Dean Rankine, Jacob Chabot, Jason Ho, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo

 

Jonesin’ for the next One-Shot Wonder? Bongo’s bringing you the baddest, BMX-riding bully ever to roam the halls of Springfield Elementary! Hide your lunch money cuz Jimbo Jones is coming your way!



By Max Davison, Rex Lindsey, Dan Davis

 

Have you ever noticed that Homer Simpson seems to have a new job every week? Well, there may be a very good reason for that episodic coincidence. What would happen if Homer didn’t take every new job offer that came along but passed them on to every Barney, Disco Stu, and Moe who came along? Look no further.



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.)



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