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Big Book of Bart Simpson

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Big Book of Bart Simpson
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Book Information
Series: Bart Simpson Comics
Genre: Comics
Publisher: Bongo/HarperCollins
Published: July 9, 2002


Big Book of Bart Simpson is a combination of Bart Simpson Comics #1, #2, #3, and #4.

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Bart Simpson: troublemaker, juvenile joker, menace to society -- or how about just plain ol' kid? Featuring stories from the first four issues of Bart Simpson, Matt Groening presents stories about Bart and the kids of Springfield with adults taking a backseat as comic foils. In Big Fat Trouble in Little Springfield, Bart learns that while fat children are funny, becoming one isn't always; in Grrrl-Whirl, Bart's one-boy assault on girl power is undermined when he - falls in love? And in Close Encounters of the Nerd Kind, evil space aliens Kang and Kodos get an unexpected surprise when they first kidnap Earth's greatest nerd - Bart's sister, Lisa - and then Earth's greatest menace (no prizes for guessing who!). And that's just the first few pages! Big Book of Bart Simpson features Bart at his best: in school, at the zoo, in space, being cloned, in love, as Bartman, and just doing what America's most famous underachiever is known for -- getting in over his head, and finding his way out of trouble with class and flair, sometimes, a little less for wear. It's good old–fashioned fun with the same satiric edge that has made 'The Simpsons' the most successful animated program in television history.

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