Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Simpsons Comics #115, Bart Simpson #28

From the December 2005 Previews catalog, here are the solicitations for the Bongo comics shipping in February 2006:
Simpsons Comics #115
by Dixon & Ortiz
Krusty the Clown and Ned Flanders take center stage this month in two separate but equally funny stories. First, Krusty quits show biz for health reasons, and ends up working at of all places... the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant! Then, Ned Flanders enters a Hitchcockian web of intrigue and suffers a bout of vertigo-areeno when he becomes obsessed with a woman who is a dead ringer for his dearly departed wife, Maude!

Bart Simpson #28
by Groening & Morrison
In this month's plethora of pint-sized pranks and parodies, Bart is in over his head when he attempts to sneak into a horror film; Milhouse has a life-altering door-to-door sales experience; Groundskeeper Willie trains Lisa to be a "vampire croaker"; and Bart conjures up a brand new Angry Dad adventure!
Also coming in February:
Simpsons Comics Volume 14: Jam-Packed Jamboree Trade Paperback
by Matt Groening & Various
The Simpsons are slammin' with the newest mama-jama of fabulous funnies! It's a wham-bam thank you ma'am of hilarity; a hommina-hommina-hommina of humor! First, Marge takes to the bench and dispenses justice with a firm hand... and a plateful of fudge, in "Judge Marge!" Then, the Simpsons win an all-expenses-paid trip to Bosqueverde, a remote Latin American country, only to find themselves in the middle of a military coup in "¡Viva Bart!" And when Homer captains a "Love Boat" of adventure and romance, his passengers will soon be "Cruisin' for a Bruisin'." Add in a "turn of the century" fair, Malibu Stacey, 10,000 packets of irradiated seeds, a very bad case of hayfever, Hank Scorpio, one prodigal son, Doctor Colossus, an epic search for kitchen curtains, and a masked brigade of vengeance seeking shopkeepers, and you've got one gut-bustin', side-splitting, spine-bursting, page-turning collection of Simp-sational comedy! ($14.95)

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