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MONDAY, JULY 16, 2012



Written by Evan Dorkin, John Zakour, art by Phil Ortiz and various, cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote.

During a dark and stormy night, Bart and his family take refuge in a deserted gothic mansion and get a case of the heebie-jeebies. Then, Milhouse's imagination takes flight with a geek tale from Greek mythology. Finally, Bart and Lisa must resort to sabotage when their classmates are misled into believing that there's easy money to be had in their most recent school fundraiser.

32 pages, $2.99.


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

Our Simpsons One-Shot Wonders continue with a special issue, featuring everyone's favorite boss shooting, bear pacifying, mallet wielding, preschool rebellion leading, nail gun riveting, unibrow hating, infant language translating, Bobo cuddling baby, also known as the Gem Child, God's chosen instrument of peace and goodwill to Springfield. Prepare yourself for the exciting and heartwarming adventures of the littlest and savviest Simpson of them all: Maggie Simpson! Featuring a variant wraparound cover by Sergio Aragones and a little something extra!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chuck Dixon, art by John Delaney, Andrew Pepoy, cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote.

Homer spends a little time in his new neighbor's backyard sweat lodge, and in no time he finds himself hurtling through time -- at least that's what he thinks. Meanwhile, the rest of Springfield is tackling a tornado that's tearing through town.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written and art by Matt Groening and various, cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote.

Simpsons Illustrated provides a seasonal showcase for some of the very best "Treehouse of Horror" stories from Bongo Halloweens gone by. First, the Simpsons contend with an ravenous alien plant species in "Little Shop of Homers." Then, Apu is transported to another world where he joins forces with Kang (and not Kodos) to overthrow a surprisingly familiar despotic ruler on Rigel VII. Finally, Moe exacts a pound of flesh from Homer in "The Cask of Amontilla-D'oh."

32 pages, $2.99. 48 pages, $3.99.


Written by David Lewman and various, art by Stephen R. Bissette and various.

32 pages, $2.99. Comics legends join with SpongeBob Comics regulars to weave weird water-logged tales for a spooktacular Halloween issue. In Derek Drymon's story "Drawn In," SpongeBob uses crayons to insert himself into an old Mermaid Man horror comic -- with atmospheric art by Steven Bissette (Swamp Thing). Tony Millionaire (Sock Monkey) illustrates Drymon's rhyming romance of doomed love in "The Curse of the Flying Dutchman." And in "Dream Big" Gary goes Godzilla courtesy of Chris Yambar and painted art by MADman Al Jaffee! All this plus a night in the Fry Cook Museum, facts about the hideous angler fish, and SpongeBob's short career as a detective!

32 pages, $2.99. 32 pages, $2.99.

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