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Available now, iOS users can download the new Simpson Store App for free! The Simpsons Store features an ever-expanding library of the best digital comics from Bongo’s Simpsons library, including Simpsons Comics, Bart Simpson, Treehouse of Horror, Radioactive Man, and many, many more!


Now available on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch, our cloud-based platform will automatically sync across all of your handheld, laptop, desktop, bedside, and never-without-it-by-your-side devices.


If you purchased comics on the previous Simpsons Comics app, you’ll be able to restore those purchases once you register in the Simpsons Store!


What are you waiting for? The handy dandy Simpsons Store App is open for business!

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.


Futurama Comics #75 — July 1st

SpongeBob Comics #46 — July 8th

Simpsons Comics #222 — July 15th

Simpsons Colossal Compendium #3 — July 15th

Bart Simpson #97 — July 22nd

Simpsons Illustrated #18 — July 29th

By Ian Boothby, James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy


The Planet Express ship is destroyed while on a mission in space and the entire crew, including Professor Farnsworth, Amy, and Zoidberg, must take refuge in a makeshift spaceship…made out of Bender! Trapped in space without a propulsion system and forced to live in close quarters, the crew must survive not only the many computer viruses infecting the robot but something even more deadly…one another!

By Eric Rogers, Phil Ortiz, Mike DeCarlo


When Marge gets sent to a women’s prison on a trumped up charge, it’s up to Springfield’s favorite plump schlump to get her out of that dump. Yes, we’re talking about Homer Simpson…and posing as a woman, committing a crime, and going to jail in order to break his wife out of the slammer may be the least of his worries.

By Derek Drymon, Kaz, Jay Lender, Ramona Fradon, Raul the Third, Hilary Barta, Jacob Chabot


This year, the SpongeBob Comics Annual-Size Super-Giant Swimtacular charts a course for the future--in science-fictional dystopian yarns like “Mermaid Man 39,616 AD,” “SpongeBob ConsumerPants,” “Bikini Bottom Wasteland,” and “Planet of the Squids.” They're all framed by a piratey tale drawn by comics legend Ramona Fradon! Plus, enjoy Patrick's singular vision of things to come in “The Future is Wow” by James Kochalka, and a back cover pinup by Jake Parker (Missile Mouse) showing all your underwater pals as maritime mechanical robots!

By Brian Smith, Derek Drymon, Robert Leighton, Jerry Ordway, Jacob Chabot


In “Deranged Detector,” Mr. Krabs MUST know the answer to the question: “What has SpongeBob got in his pocket?” He'll find out even if he has to sic a malfunctioning valuable-detecting robot after the boy! Then in “Patrick's Itch,” nothing and no one can scratch Patrick's itch--will his rough starfish hide ever know relief? All this plus “SpongeFunnies” by James Kochalka, “Flotsam and Jetsam” by Maris Wicks, and the secret to Sandy's “New Look”!

By Matt Groening


What’s “in”? What’s “out”? What’s “hot”? What’s “not”? Ask the Simpsons! For some inexplicable reason, the members of our favorite family become the tastemakers and the trendsetters for world. What will they wear? What will they watch? Where will they go? Who do they know? And when will it all blow up in their faces? Then, find out what happens to Martin and Milhouse when Bart is nowhere to be found! Finally, after a run-in with the school bullies, Ralph is forced to learn the value of a dollar.

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

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