Bongo Blog

By Matt Groening


Go the distance with the Simpson family as they join everybody’s favorite moonraking megalomaniac, Hank Scorpio for a globetrotting adventure that will not only take you around the world but, literally, into orbit around the Earth. And when the lovelorn losers of Springfield feel like throwing in the towel on romance, they pick themselves off the mat and get an adrenaline rush by living life to the extreme! And as if Homer wasn’t already a glutton for punishment, watch him discover his killer instinct as he goes toe-to-toe with C. Montgomery! It’s a unanimous decision! These pulse-pounding Simpsons stories and more will have you rolling with the punch lines!

By Matt Groening


Bongo’s annual, oversized, 96-page comic is bursting at the reams with laughs galore!

There’s a new comic convention coming to Springfield, and it’s Homer who’s going bananas over the chance to meet his favorite, primetime, primate TV star…Christmas Ape! Then Bart pulls a prank on the entire town and discovers that the people he punked can be a lot more forgiving than he ever imagined…and now he has them right where he wants them. Suckers! And who is Bartman? Find out who the students of Springfield Elementary think he really is? And Waylon Smithers, Mr. Burns’ long-suffering, lovestruck sycophant, is about to turn the tables on his longtime companion and employer with  a brand-new take charge attitude. (Oh, did we forget to mention…he gets struck by lightning?) And The Simpsons of Springfield come face to face with their doppelgangers, The Simpkins from Capital City. Then Bart and Milhouse find their treehouse overrun by intelligent primates. Finally…a ZOMBIENADO strikes Springfield! (Need we say more…?)

By Matt Groening


Hark! Celebrate the winter break around the hearth with a healthy helping of heartfelt holiday stories! First, Mr. Burns jacks up the cost of power in Springfield with alarming results! Then, Homer goes into hibernation for the winter. Next up, Ned Flanders gets a lesson in the “true” meaning of Christmas. And, when all the girls at Springfield Elementary try to capture Bart beneath the mistletoe, will he remain cootie-free? Finally, Homer does everything he can to get the whole family to attend the Springfield Holiday Parade.

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


During a family trip to the science museum, Homer takes a fantastic voyage that he’ll not soon forget; Milhouse goes on an adventure of his own after suffering from Squishee brain freeze; and Ned Flanders reveals “The Seven Diddly Sins.”

By Justin Hook, Dean Rankine. Rex Lindsey, Mike Rote


Homer finds a tasty treat that enables him to unleash100% of his brain’s unlimited potential…for a limited time. Meanwhile, Marge goes in search of a new vacuum cleaner.

By Ian Boothby, Len Wein, Dan Brereton, James, Lloyd, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy


After being sentenced to serve detention in the old library in the subterranean bowels at Springfield Elementary, Bart discovers The Book of the Dead and accidentally unleashes the Cthulhu on an unsuspecting Springfield. Then, Homer and Bart must protect the nuclear power plant from a zombie invasion. And as if one ghostly book wasn’t enough, Bart comes into possession of an evil journal that spells doom for anyone whose name is written into it. Purchase this diabolical comic at your own risk!

By James Bates, Ian Boothby, Terry Delegeane, Tony DiGerolamo, Jacob Chabot, Rex Lindsey, Phil Ortiz, Tone Rodriguez, Patrick Owsley, Andrew Pepoy, Mike Rote


First of all, Bongo invites everyone to visit the Retirement Castle of the Vampires! Really…even your older, bloodsucking relatives need some attention. (Visiting hours are from 9 to 6.) Then, former couple Lisa and Nelson team-up to investigate paranormal activity at Springfield Elementary, prompting them to open…The Ex-Files! And something’s really strange in the neighborhood when the Ghost Bashers come to town.

By Ian Boothby, Max Davison, Matt Hebb, Nina Matsumoto, Mike Rote


Mayor Quimby turns Springfield’s superheroes against one another when he offers a reward to costumed crusaders who reveal their secret identities, leading Bartman and Houseboy to take different sides in an “uncivil” war. Then Duff Industries develops a new energy drink, and with a new marketing campaign comes the need for a new mascot. Oh yeah! It’s Homer Simpson’s time to shine.

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