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Join the Bongo Comics Crew at the 2018 San Diego Comic-Con International 7/18-7/22! 

Come on by and tell ‘em Milhouse sent you!

 

The Bongo Comics booth is located at #2519.



By Ian Boothby,  James Lloyd, Mike Rote

 

Futurama is back with a double issue/double feature! First, the Planet Express crew heads to a desert planet world to take part in a decadent partying event called Burning Mom, where a giant wicker statue of Mom will be burned in effigy. But the event sponsor, Mom herself, has plans to use the proceedings to even the score and rid the world of the revolting revelers. Then, while helping Leela with some volunteer work at the Orphanarium, Fry tells the children the bedtime tale of Bendocchio, the little robot who wishes to be a real meatbag. And with a little help from the Bluetooth Fairy and the keeper of his conscience, Jiminy Circuits, he may very well get his wish!



Oscar Wilde once said, “Most modern calendars mar the sweet simplicity of our lives by reminding us that each day that passes is the anniversary of some perfectly uninteresting event.” Well, Matt Groening is about to make your humdrum lives a little more exciting. Resist the mundane and take a daily journey through the odd and unexpected with both the 2019 Futurama Fun-in-the-Sun Calendar and It’s the Life in Hell 2019 Calendar.

 

On sale now from Amazon and at your local comic book store!



Featured Futurama Comics #30 and Futurama Comics #43 now available for download on the Futuramaland app for all your iOS and Google Play enabled mobile devices!



Featured comics Simpsons Comics #61 and Simpsons Comics #106 are now available for download in the Simpsons Store for all your iOS and Google Play enabled mobile devices!



By Derek Drymon, David Lewman, Jacob Chabot, Vince Deporter

 

SpongeBob is having fun with his new hobby—tinkering with robots that do simple tasks like…flipping patties! Mr. Krabs seizes on the opportunity to robotize the entire Krusty Krab! But when the mechanical replacements turn on Krabs, SpongeBob must don the tight-fitting tunic of SPONGEBOB: ROBOTFIGHTERPANTS! Then in “Secret Identities,” SpongeBob finds out that Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy don’t have secret identities! SpongeBob and Patrick help the aged heroes rectify this blatant disregard for superhero tropes by…becoming, themselves, the secret identities of their favorite heroes?! Also, in this issue: a self-driving boat may be the key to SpongeBob finally getting his boating license! Plus: “SpongeFunnies” by James Kochalka and ocean facts from Maris Wicks!



Featured Futurama Comics #45 and Futurama Comics #57 now available for download on the Futuramaland app for all your iOS and Google Play enabled mobile devices!



Mark your calendars! Here are the dates on which you can find the following issues in comic book stores.

 

SpongeBob Comics #82 — in stores July 11th

Futurama Comics Annual #1 — in stores July 18th



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