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THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 2008

BONGO COMICS FOR APRIL

BART SIMPSON COMICS #41

By DiGerolamo, Dixon and Trainor.

Meet Johnny Buns, All-American Fry, Patty Crisp, and Onion Jack, all members of the Krusty Kids Command in an all-new Krusty Burger Land story, free with purchase of a Krustymeal. Then, when Bart is living the dream after landing a gig as the new Radioactive Man comic book writer, the Comic Book Guy finds himself living the nightmare of being a comic book insider on the outside looking in. Finally, as Bart's grades continue to slide, can the reason behind this underachiever's antics be the result of an undetected hearing impairment?

32 pages, $2.99.

SIMPSONS CLASSICS #16

By Groening and various.

Everyone at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant is out of a job when Mr. Burns replaces them all with Waylon Smithers -- 300 of them, him, or something like that. And if that isn't enough, Homer loses his memory at the masquerade ball and wakes up thinking he is Radioactive Man. Witness a truly classic Troy McClure performance in "Gladys the Groovy Mule," and receive advice from Bart Simpson on how to survive a comic book convention. Collects Simpson Comics #30-31.

64 pages, $3.99.

SIMPSONS COMICS #141

By Boothby and Ortiz.

After getting no respect from his son Homer, Abe Simpson falls in with the Flanders clan who are more than happy to show him all the honor he deserves and then some. When the Simpsons begin to feel the grandfatherly vacuum in their household, they look for a fitting substitute, only to find an all-too-willing Mr. Burns waiting in the wings. But Mr. Burns has more on his mind than giving out half dollars and plastic-wrapped candies to his new "grandchildren." Honor thy Simpsons this April!

32 pages, $2.99.

SIMPSONS COMICS: DOLLARS TO DONUTS TP

By Matt Groening.

Pass the buck and pass through time as you follow the plight and the flight of a love five dollar bill through the hands of several Springfielders; visit the Springfield Unemployment Office; and see Homer take on several career paths first as the new Springfield Elementary School principal and then as the head of the Lard Lad Donut Factory. Along the way, see Homer trade places, spaces, and even faces with Ned Flanders; go to summer camp with Lisa Simpson and be caught up in a world of espionage and basket weaving; and witness the early antics of your favorite crusty comedian and discover his unlikely inspiration.

168 pages, $14.95.



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