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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2013

BONGO COMICS FOR MARCH

BART SIMPSON COMICS #89

Written by Ian Boothby and various, art by Dean Rankine and various, cover by Jason Ho.

After an unfortunate trip to the dentist, Principal Skinner is mistaken for a vampire. It doesn't help that Bart fuels the fire (and supplies the pitchforks) to an unruly mob uprising. And when Bart brings one of Professor Frink's recent discoveries to school, it leads to some hair-raising hilarity. Then, Bart and Milhouse embark on an embittered and injurious thumbwrestling battle. Also, join McBain in the first of a series heroic features as he takes on his archenemy -- "Mendoza!"

32 pages, $2.99.

SIMPSONS COMICS #210

Written by Max Davison, art by Phil Ortiz, cover by Jason Ho

When an archaic town statute is enacted by City Hall, Homer Simpson and Chief Clancy Wiggum find themselves on the receiving end of an unexpected career switcheroo. Will this dramatic power shift cause life-altering changes in Springfield when the two donut-loving deadbeats take on each other's deliciously do-nothing jobs? Um... not really.

32 pages, $2.99.

SIMPSONS ILLUSTRATED #10

Written and art by various, cover by Jason Ho.

Experience the world of Springfield in the form of a five-dollar bill as it changes many hands and many lives. It is a tale of hard work, dumb luck, insatiable greed, and time travel, as one five spot changes the course of human events. Then, Bart wins a shopping spree at Krusty's Land of Misfit Toys, but it doesn't take long before all his friends and family members are asking him to score them some free toys. And after Bart, Lisa, and Milhouse take in a scary movie find out who has the worst nightmares.

48 pages, $3.99.



UNITED PLANKTON PICTURES

SPONGEBOB COMICS #30

Written by James Kochalka and various, art by Jacob Chabot and various, cover by Jacob Chabot.

SpongeBob's dream of starring in the Boating School play have finally come true รณ but is the audience, and Mrs. Puff, ready for SpongeBob's unorthodox acting choices? Please hold your applause until the end of "Puff's Pageant." Then, in "Bottled Up," SpongeBob is stuck inside a glass bottle (He has his reasons!) and experiences one treacherous humiliation after another. Who can rescue our porous pal? Also in this issue: SpongeBob creates a friend to keep him company by the grill; Pearl wins a sculpture contest; and Mr. Krabs is "down with the kids." All this plus SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka and flipbook fun by Bob Flynn.

32 pages, $2.99.

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