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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 2011

BONGO COMICS FOR MARCH

BART SIMPSON COMICS #69

Written and art by Sergio Aragones and various, cover by Jason Ho and Mike Rote.

Mr. Burns brings a professional women's basketball team to Springfield; however, when the team goes from worst to first, Lisa discovers a reason to blow the whistle on her father's unscrupulous boss. Then, Sideshow Bob hypnotizes Bart and enacts a plan to not only humiliate his nemesis but one that will lead to his eventual doom. Also, Sergio Aragones serves up a new installment of "Maggie's Crib."

32 pages, $2.99.

FUTURAMA COMICS #60

Written by Ian Boothby, art by James Lloyd, cover by Jason Ho and Andrew Pepoy.

Bender becomes the star of a hit TV show on which he terrifies the public with predictions about the imminent end of the world. Meanwhile, Fry and Leela work off an amusement park debt as carnies on the moon. And when a real threat to Earth appears on the horizon, Bender and the Planet Express crew must warn a wary and weary populace that has braced itself for disaster one too many times.

32 pages, $2.99.

SIMPSONS COMICS #188

Written by Ian Boothby, art by Phil Ortiz and Dan DeCarlo, cover by Jason Ho and Mike Rote.

Lisa's love of music is put to the test when she takes a job at King Toot's Music Store. Meanwhile, when Homer discovers that Ned Flanders had a hand in recording his and Marge's favorite song, he finds it very hard to get in a romantic mood. Can the healing power of music cure the Simpsons' blues?

32 pages, $2.99.

SIMPSONS CONFIDENTIAL TP

Written and art by various.

The Simpsons notoriety will be hard to keep under wraps with a collection of comic stories that will catapult them once again onto the world stage. First, Bart and Lisa write to their new pen pals across the globe, but their humanitarian efforts only lead to an international incident. Next, Ned Flanders goes on a road trip of self-discovery, and while he's away, Cletus and his kinfolk set-up housekeepin' at the Flanderosa; however, the lid gets blown off the stewpot when the slacked-jawed yokel and loudmouthed local, Homer Simpson, start a-fussin' and a-feudin'. Then, the Olmec Indian head in the Simpsons' basement reveals some mysteries of it own, and Bart's destiny may be changed forever. And there's no covering it up when Marge becomes Springfield's hostess with the mostest and hottest catering sensation. Finally, Homer's secret vacation plans leave the whole Simpsons family overexposed!

128 pages, $15.99.








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