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FRIDAY, MARCH 15, 2013



Written by Chris Houghton, Pat McGreal, art by Nina Matsumoto, Dean Rankine, cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote.

Homer and Bart come up with a plan to ease the summer heat wave sweeping through Springfield with their own mobile car pool. Then, Bart's attempt to purloin some candy from a birthday party pimata goes awry, and after a whack in the cabeza he ends up speaking nothing but Espamol. Ay caramba, indeed!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ian Boothby, Gail Simone, art by Nathan Kane, cover by Jason Ho, Hilary Barta.

Because he demanded it, Bongo Comics offers up a Simpsons One-Shot Wonder for the aged -- er, we mean -- the ages. A senior citizen centenarian spectacular. Mr. Burns, the megalomaniacal scourge of Springfield, grants you permission to enter the billionaire boy's club with a miserly masterpiece of penny-pinching proportions. It's the humor comic of the year for the young at heartless.

32 pages, $3.99.


Written by Coldplay, Mark Osborne, art by Alejandro Fuentes, Dylan Haggerty, cover by Alejandro Fuentes.

Based on the best-selling album by Coldplay! Major Minus celebrates his ultimate victory in the Great War of Color by orchestrating the final step of his master plan to control the entire population of Silencia. And as Mylo Xyloto struggles to set things right, he is forced to face an uncertain future in the senses shattering, penultimate issue of Coldplay's epic rock drama.

40 pages, $3.99.


Written, art and cover by Sergio Aragones.

Sergio Aragones' Funnies returns, as Sergio revisits the Old West with a story about a group of bandits who decide to embark on a less dangerous and more profitable career. Then, learn more about the famous Mad Magazine trips-one of Sergio's favorites-to his home country Mexico. And, of course, there will lots of laughs, gags and puzzles along the way!

32 pages, $3.50.


Written by Ian Boothby, art by Pete Costanza, Phyllis Novin, cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote.

When Bart creates a successful humor magazine for his classmates, Krusty the Clown coopts the idea, turning it into a satirical monthly serial of his own and hiring Bart as the head writer. It's just a matter of time before Krusty finds the perfect cover spokesman for the new periodical, and "D'oh!" Magazine is born! Subscribe to this fancy flipbook issue, featuring a "zine within a zine" edition of "D'oh!"

32 pages, $2.99.


Written, art and cover by Matt Groening.

You are not alone! Experience another year of your life in Hell with fellow sufferer and pop cultural pundit Matt Groening. Let Binky, Bongo, Akbar, and Jeff guide you through another year of perilous pitfalls and menacing missteps, and along the way be enlightened by trivial but significant sensory-filling recommendations that will enrich your life!

24 pages, $13.99.



Written by Vincent DePorter and various, art by Jacob Chabot and various, cover by Jacob Chabot

This issue features a stunning back cover comic painted by legendary MADman Al Jaffee! And inside: The mighty King Neptune has stolen the Krusty Krab and brought it to his legendary palace. Can the combined idiocy of Squidward, Mr. Krabs, and SpongeBob wrest it from Neptune's godly grasp? Find out in "The Krusty Nabbed!" Next, Sandy is appalled by the horrible inaccuracies rampant in Bikini Bottom's Museum of Land Creatures...but wait until she finds out what they say about squirrels! The fur is flying in "Landquarium." Also, Squidward learns the pleasures and pitfalls of earplugs, Gary meets his dream snail, and Plankton paints a portrait of his darling wife! Plus: a fill-in comic and SpongeFunnies by Kochalka!

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Chuck Dixon and various, art by Derek Drymon and various, cover by Jacob Chabot.

Roll out the red cape! The SpongeBob Comics Swimtacular celebrates the submarine superheroics of SpongeBob's idols, Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy, in forty-eight all-new pages! First, bear witness to a reunion of Mermaid Man's Golden Age team, the Aquatic Adventurers, in a story we could only call "Lo, There Shall Be a Catered Event," featuring funky flashbacks by Jerry Ordway (Superman)! Then, SpongeBob and Patrick's game of superheroes goes from silly to sillier, when they encounter the quiet-loving super-fiend known only as Mendu! Who could this green, big-nosed, tentacled villain possibly be? Next, legendary Silver Age artist Ramona Fradon (Metamorpho) returns to SpongeBob Comics to draw the never-before-seen Mermaid Man classic "Sidekick Blues," featuring the sinister Controlling Conch and the rarely sighted Edwardian Age Mermaid Man. All this plus a tour of the Mermalair, Plankton and Gary's brief super-careers, spoofs of classic comic book ads, and a double-page spread depicting every Bikini Bottom superhero and villain!

40 pages, $4.99.

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