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Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

Simpsons Illustrated #16 — April 1st

SpongeBob Comics #43 — April 8th

Simpsons Comics #220 — April 15th

Bart Simpson Blastoff — April 22nd



By Matt Groening

 

Mr. Burns takes the Simpsons along on his annual summer vacation treasure hunt, but his South Seas adventure soon becomes a matter of life and death for everyone concerned. “Uncle Burn$” lust for gold leads them all to the island of Donrosa and the Gottfredson trench where the Simpsons begin to realize that there is something Huey, Dewey, and Screwy about this whole undertaking, and that they might be “Barks”ing up the wrong tree! Then Maggie and Moe take a trip to Wall E. Weasel’s, stumble into a plot of international intrigue, and come face to face with another crime-solving babysitting duo––Gerald, the one-eyebrowed baby, and Titania! Finally, Ralph gets mistaken for a prized pig at the Springfield county fair.



By James W. Bates, Shane Houghton, Dean Rankine, Rex Lindsey, Mike Kazaleh, Dan Davis

 

In order to earn enough money for some tickets to a professional wrestling match, Bart gets a job at the Kwik-E-Mart. And then, in order to put food on the table, Otto the Bus Driver offers his own services (as well as the Springfield Elementary bus) as an “Uber”-type driver. Plus, Ralph explores his love of nature.



By Ian Boothby, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo

 

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. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes a stand-in studio musician for Bleeding Gums Murphy’s sister, Flossy Murphy. But Homer and Lisa soon discover that the life of a second-hand, stopgap, stand-in celebrity isn’t all it’s cracked up to be.



By Graham Annable, Michael T. Gilbert, Al Jaffee

 

Special INTERACTIVE ISSUE!  Boxtrolls director Graham Annable's story "Spot the Differences" finds Squidward plagued by double images of SpongeBob--with 4 subtle differences to be found in each pair! Michael T. Gilbert (Mister Monster) crafts a SpongeBob mystery where you crack the case by holding up key panels to a light! And Al Jaffee (MAD) brings his folding-image skills to Bikini Bottom. All this plus a crazy "SpongeFunnies," a branching tale of Patrick's neighborhood watch, and more!



Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores. Newsstand editions are generally available about 3 weeks later.

 

SpongeBob Comics #42 — March 11th

Simpsons Comics #219 — March 18th

Bart Simpson #95 — March 25th



By Ian Boothby,  James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy, Robert Stanley

 

When Bender accidentally causes the Professor’s “What If” machine to explode, the city of New New York is divided into multiple “What If” scenarios. Only Bender and Fry are unaffected and must gather the parts needed to repair the machine to return things to normal. They enlist the help of a Zoidberg who is from a world where he is incredibly lucky, a Leela who never left the mutant underground and is painfully shy, and a Professor who just happens to be a kangaroo.



By Ian Boothby, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy

 

Comic Book Guy falls asleep during a Sci-Fi DVD marathon and dreams up three thrilling astronomical adventures. First, Bart is recruited by a battle school, where he and a ragtag crew of cadets are trained to fight an alien war. Then, Lisa finds herself set adrift in space when the satellite she is tethered too is destroyed by Krusty-themed space junk. Finally, no one is safe when Homer and yet another ragtag band of misfits become Protectors of the Planets.



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