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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.


SpongeBob Comics #30 — March 12th

Simpsons Comics #210 — March 19th

Bart Simpson #89 — March 19th

Simpsons Illustrated #10 — March 26th

Simpsons Comics #102 and Radioactive Man #88 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at

By Jesse Leon McCann, James Lloyd


Professor Farnsworth sells his soul to the Robot Devil in order to be young again, foregoing any and all future scientific discoveries. But when the Planet Express crew becomes responsible for a potentially world-ending calamity, the “old” professor and his scientific genius are needed more than ever! Can the professor break his contract with the Robot Devil and save all of humanity? “Good news, everyone! We’re all going to die!”

By Sergio Aragonés


The Sergio Aragonés Funnies maxi-series comes to an end (for now!) with another astonishing anthology of autobiographical anecdotes, perplexing puzzles, and silly short stories from the maestro of mirth! Join Sergio as he encounters Japanese icon Toshiro Mifune and spins a tale of a comic fan determined to emulate his favorite superhero.

Bart Simpson #88 and Bart Simpson #25 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at

By Tom Dougherty, Rex Lindsey


Bart’s latest municipal felony leads to empty coffers at city hall and a huge cut in the public school budget. The call for volunteer civil servants leads to the hiring of Springfield’s most dynamic public schoolteacher in years…Abraham Simpson! And it doesn’t take long before he catches the eye of other highly placed, civic-minded leaders who set the Simpsons septuagenarian on a road to seeking even higher public office.

Simpsons Comics #208 and Bart Simpson #51 can be downloaded for your viewing pleasure via the Simpsons Comics App and at

By Hilary Barta, Stephen R. Bissette, Dave DeGrand, Chuck Dixon, Derek Drymon, James Kochalka, Robert Leighton, Nate Neal, Travis Nichols, R. Sikoryak, Maris Wicks.


This issue: United Plankton finally cashes in on the trend that's sweeping comics--science stories starring sea-dwelling squirrels. That's right, it's a whole issue starring Sandy Cheeks, SpongeBob's Texas twangin' rodent pal, who's an athlete and a lady scientist t'boot! See Sandy save Bikini Bottom from the horror of the gargantuan Aqua Chimp! Gasp as she goes paw-to-tentacle against Plankton in an invention showdown! Scratch your head as you try to comprehend what her oddest invention has done to SpongeBob's holes! And quake in fear as she discovers the source of that awful noise coming from deep within an unexplored trench! All this plus ocean facts about squirrels (yup!), Patrick's dental-care invention, and a Sandy-themed Rube Goldberg tribute with art by R. Sikoryak (Masterpiece Comics).

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