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Summer Shindig #3 and Simpsons Comics #24 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



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 #34 — July 9th

Simpsons Comics #213 — July 16th

Bart Simpson #91 — July 23rd

Simpsons Illustrated #12 — July 30th



Bart Simpson #90 and Bart Simpson #28 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



Summer Shindig #8 and Simpsons Comics #72 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



By Shane Houghton, John Delaney, Andrew Pepoy

 

Power mad powerbroker Mr. Burns makes another power grab on the pocketbooks of the citizens of Springfield with his newest power-propelled product…the electric car! After all, those greenhorn Greenpeace-niks need some form of clean energy transportation to promote their anti-greenhouse gas activities that runs, of course, on electricity provided by the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant! Everyone is pretty happy about it, too…except for the Rich Texan, who discovers that Mr. Burns’ new vehicles are cutting into his copious crude oil cash reserves.



Writers: Graham Annable, Derek Drymon, Paul Karasik, Jay Lender.

Artists: José Delbo, Israel Sanchez, and R. Sikoryak.

Cover: Israel Sanchez

United Plankton Pictures presents its second annual 48-page swimtacular, filled with super-themed stories by some of the finest cartoonists on dry land! When Mr. Krabs is kidnapped by a bitter restaurant critic (is there any other kind?) Squidward must reveal his super-secret identity--the tentacled avenger known as…the Squishy Knight! But can he and a huge crowd of very familiar-looking superheroes (especially that yellow one with the holes) possibly blunder their way to victory? And then, when food purchases go awry, you have a champion--TWO champions--as Patrick and SpongeBob try out the superhero business in "Convenient Heroes." Next, in "I Will Destroy All the Civilized Planktons," Plankton experiences cosmic justice from Dustar, the Wizard Supreme. It's a tale of ineffectual vengeance by Paul Karasik (RAW) and R. Sikoryak (Masterpiece Comics). Plus: ads for ill-conceived Mermaid Man products and a Mermaid Man western adventure with art by comics legend José Delbo (Wonder Woman, Judge Colt)!



Radioactive Man #1000 and Simpsons Comics #68 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at comiXology.com.



Writers: Brian Smith, Joey Weiser, Derek Drymon. 

Artists: Jacob Chabot, Gregg Schigiel, Jerry Ordway.

Cover: Vince Deporter

SpongeBob's first multi-part epic continues in part 2 of "Showdown at the Shady Shoals"--featuring a knock-down, drag-out underwater battle between Mermaid Man and his haughty rival, Viro Reganto! It's a sub-aquatic slap fight that's got SpongeBob on the edge of his square seat! Plus we've got a slew of summer-themed silliness: Gary goes to camp in "Survival Snail"; Goo Lagoon beach is swarmed by jellyfish in "Invasion!"; and the whole Krusty Krab feels the burn in "Hot Spot." All this and facts about real-life jellyfish by Maris Wicks (Primates), a pin-up by Silver Age superstar Ramona Fradon (Metamorpho, Plastic Man), and 2 pages of SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka (Dragon Puncher Island).



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