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By Carol Lay, Dean Rankine, Michael Saikin


Are we there yet? Are we there yet?! Are we there yet?!! Homer drops Bart and Lisa off at an amusement park for the day, but it’s not until he is long gone that they realize that the park is abandoned and that their thirst for adventure is about to be replaced by the threat of survival. Then Bart, Lisa, and Milhouse find themselves at the end of their rope…if only they can find a way to turn back the clock!

By Matt Groening


Pandemonium breaks loose in Springfield when one cellphone call causes a commotion of cosmic proportions. Then, it’s a hard knock life for Bart when a prank lands him in the Springfield Orphanage, where he is subjected to gruel and unusual punishment by Mr. Burns. Adding to the confusion, Homer decides to get a tattoo to prove his love to Marge and Krusty quits show biz to work at of all places…the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant! And Ned Flanders suffers a bout of “Vertigo”-areeno when he becomes obsessed with a woman who is a dead ringer for his dearly departed wife! Then, Homer, Barney and Duffman spring into action to save Duff Industries and the savory secret behind their new special brew…and stay tuned as some minor characters make some major moves by “spinning off” into their very own uninspired television series!

By Max Davison, Hilary Barta, Andrew Pepoy


A One-Shot Wonder unlike any that has gone before! Join Grampa Simpson as he takes you on an unbelievable tale of swashbuckling derring-do that spans the entire cosmos! It’s the wildest ride Bongo Comics has ever offered. And best of all, YOU take the story wherever you want to go! The possibilities are endless and the options inexhaustible. You can’t go wrong with Grampa Simpson’s Unbelievable Adventures!

By Ian Boothby, Terry Delegeane, Gail Simone, Igor Baranko, John Costanza, Jason Ho, Mike DeCarlo, Howard Shum


Designated drivers and designs on drunks are the farthest thing from Duffman’s real dreams when he turns in his six-packs for a new life. But who will fill the void and belly up to the bar when Duffman is no more?; Lisa matches wits with Principal Skinner in a Springfield Elementary whodunit; and discover the legend of “Bartzan and the Ancient Forbidden Golden City of Gold!” 

By Dean Rankine, Michael Saikin, Christine Seghers, Mike Kazaleh, Rex Lindsey, Mike Rote


Professor Frink’s newest invention can predict the future employment of all the students at Springfield Elementary, but it isn’t a field day for Frink when the children’s reaction to Career Day turns into a mini-melee. Then when Bart and Lisa put their minds together, they come up with one humdinger of a Malibu Stacy adventure.

By Ian Boothby, Max Davison, Dean Rankine, Chris Yambar, Jacob Chabot, James Lloyd, Mike Kazaleh, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo, Andrew Pepoy


When the snow is too deep for the police to do their work, Chief Wiggum forces Homer to take his plow out of retirement to help him solve crimes.  Then, Homer’s longstanding and unfulfilled promise to take the kids camping takes a turn for the worst…right into the middle of a snowstorm. And all we need to say is “Yippee-Ki-Yay, Mr. Flanders!” and any “die-hard” Simpson fan knows what lies in store!

By Matt Groening  & Misc.


Bongo’s annual, oversized, 96-page comic returns, tightly packed with megatons of explosive stories that will blow your mind! First, while the citizens of Springfield are tackling a tornado that is tearing through town, Homer finds himself hurtling through a time-travelling adventure of his own. Then, Martin Prince decides to make a move up the Springfield Elementary food chain by auditioning for the role of Bart’s second banana. And in a tale that will fill you with dread, the Simpson family finds shelter in a cabin in the woods. Then, Lisa gives Bart a little familial competition for the title of Class Clown; Moe hires the barmaid of his dreams; Pieman and the Cupcake Kid take on a new crime team, Glutenus Maximus and his sidekick Gluten Tag, whose pastry-related misdeeds have led to a ban on all baked goods in Springfield; and the sons of the Legitimate Businessman’s Social Club associates (aka the Mafia) take over on the “bully” trade at Springfield Elementary.

By Ian Boothby, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo


As if a pack of vicious dogs was not enough, Mr. Burns decides to build a moat around his palatial estate to discourage unwanted visitors. And when the Simpsons’ car goes into the shop for repairs, their fully loaded, loaner hybrid makes them the envy of everyone in Springfield! It’s part medieval throwback, part near-future fantasy, and all-out hilarious!

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