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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 #17 — June 3rd

SpongeBob Comics #45 — June 10th

Simpsons Comics #221 — June 17th

SpongeBob Annual #3 — June 17th

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!

By Ian Boothby, Max Davison, Nathan Kane, Jacob Chabot, John Delaney, Mike Kazaleh, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy, Mike Rote


The Simpsons Summer Shindig gets a super-duper, super dose of superb Simpsons superhero stories this summer! Don’t miss out on all-new collection derring-do that will have you doubled over with laughter!

By Chuck Dixon, Dave DeGrand, Jacob Chabot


Gangster fish have made the Krusty Krab their hangout--and it's up to Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob to figure out a way to get rid of them! Must they resort to…Patrick the Hypnotist? Find out in "SpongeFellas!" Then in "Not So Great Expectations," take a trip to Blockville--the lamest, most decrepit theme park on the ocean floor. Surely NOBODY could enjoy a visit to…oh, wait, here comes SpongeBob. Never mind. Plus Spongey comics by James Kochalka, Brian Smith, Maris Wicks, 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 #44 — May 13th

Simpsons Summer Shindig #9 — May 20th

Bart Simpson #96 — May 27th

By Matt Groening


Countdown to laughter… Bart Simpson will send you over the moon with high-octane hilarity as he leads the Springfield Elementary team to the state eating competition, does his best not to embarrass Marge on Mother’s Day, learns a Kwik-E life lesson from Apu, gets a little bedtime assistance from Maggie, bonds with Grampa over a junky jalopy, and foils Mr. Burns' plan to sidestep Springfield’s child labor laws. Then, Lisa gets some surprising competition as she squares off against Bart in a contest to win a prized pony, teenagers Homer and Barney encounter zombies, and much, much more!  It’s a supersonic, supercharged, Bart Simpson shebang!

By Max Davison, Nina Matsumoto, Andrew Pepoy


Ever need a place where you can find a sympathetic ear, get some friendly advice, and perhaps share an evening with friends while enjoying a lovingly prepared libation…or do you just end up at Moe’s Tavern? Well, there’s a new mixologist in town, Ned Flanders, and he’s serving up a fermented microbrew that may very well foment an unfortunate face-off. Enter Homer Simpson, who finds himself in the middle of it all—between a PO’d Moe and his holier-than-everyone else neighborino.

By Derek Drymon, Vince Deporter., Gregg Schigiel

Cover by Bill Sienkiewicz

When SpongeBob's most awesome feats of fry-cookery fail to impress Mr. Krabs, the desperate sponge resorts to forbidden experiments to push himself up the short-order evolutionary ladder. Behold the all-encompassing kitchen power of…"FryCook 2.0." Then, in "Mommie Drearest" the Flying Dutchman must beg SpongeBob to help him clean up his act before his ghostly, yet persnickety, mother visits. All this plus aquatic comics by Stephen DeStefano, Maris Wicks, Joey Weiser, and more!

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