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Monday, January 17, 2005


Following are Bongo Comics' solicitation for April, with information coming from the publisher.


By Groening.

Lisa and Otto unwittingly conspire together to form the hottest jazz-fusion band Springfield's ever seen. Then, Bart finds a way to dodge his chores and sneak off when the circus comes to town. Also, Chief Wiggum goes in search of Springfield's No. 1 Most Wanted, Bartman, and McBain manages to turn a black-tie affair into a black-and-blue bloodbath. Collects Simpsons Comics #6 and #7.

64 pages, $3.99.


By Boothby and Ortiz.

The local Board of Health calls Dr. Nick's irresponsible medical procedures and ill-advised cosmetic quackery into question. However, all is not as it seems, and the "good" doctor may serve a purpose in the medical establishment that few are willing to admit -- unless those few decided to visit "Dr. Nick at Nite."

32 pages, $2.99.


By Bates, Peyer, Delaney, Ho and Lloud.

When Principal Skinner gets wind of a surprise inspection, he is not prepared to pay the price for Bart's "best behavious." Then Bart gives advice to kids on how to avoid going to school, and gets a lesson in the age-old queston of old age. Throw in Bart's part-time job at the Kwik-E-Mart, a near miss with a flu shot and a suspicious special delivery, and you've got a jam-packed issue of Bart Simpsony goodness.

32 pages, $2.99.

Simpsons Trivia Game

Simpsons Trivia Game

The Simpsons Trivia Game! Includes a Simpsons cast poster. Comes in a tin decorated with the characters of Springfield. "Hey Man, Bart Simpsons here! Everybody knows that I'm America's bad boy, but do you know how many spikes I have on my head? Or what my geeky sister Lisa's middle name is? No? Well, don't have a cow, man! Inside this box are lots more questions about your favorite dysfunctional family, The Simpsons."

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