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Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume Four

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Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume Four
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Book Information
Series: Simpsons Comics
Publisher: Harper Design
Published: July 5, 2016


Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume Four is a Simpsons Comics compilation book, it was released on July 5, 2016.[1]

Description

"The fourth volume in the popular Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium series is bursting with classic comic strips featuring everyone’s favorite family—The Simpsons—and includes a collectible, one-of-a-kind, pullout paper craft of one of Springfield’s favorite landmarks. It takes a whole town to pack a colossal compendium with loads of laughs! First up, Bart and Lisa vie for Lard Lad Donut Kid of the Year! Then, Homer and the barflies battle marauding wild beasts as members of the Springfield Bear Patrol; Mr. Burns commandeers the Springfield public beach in the middle of a heat wave; Ralph gets left home alone, Duffman shows his esprit de corps by carrying his message to the ends of the universe; Milhouse takes on an impossible mission; Cletus lays down the law in the backwoods; and McBain faces his archenemy . . . “MENDOZA!!!” And as if that wasn’t enough food for thought, why not try your hands at building your very own KrustyBurger fast food franchise from the ground up! This fourth volume in the Colossal Compendium series contains a minimum of 5 comics, chosen carefully and specifically to work together to provide a deeper, darker meaning. The series boasts upgraded heavier paper, an increased page count of 176 pages, and includes a unique and collectible paper craft: KrustyBurger restaurant. As the series progresses, fans will be able to assemble their own three-dimensional version of the city of Springfield and usher in a paper paradise![2]"


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