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Junk Mail

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Junk Mail is a regular feature in Simpsons Comics. Readers send in artwork and letters to "Junk Mail Guy" who then answers them in the comic.

USA and Australia Edition[edit]

Junk Mail was introduced in the first issue but was discontinued in issue #114. It was brought back in issue #186 to coincide with the change in the comics' design.

UK Edition[edit]

Junk Mail has been ongoing since the second issue. It also has additional features not included in the American edition:

  • Star Prize - The best letter or artwork sent in each issue. The sender is rewarded with a prize, usually The Simpsons related merchandise.
  • Springfield Multiplex - Readers send in parodies of movies featuring characters from The Simpsons. A Star Prize is given to the best entry.
  • Springfield Cable Network - Almost identical to Springfield Multiplex but instead featuring parodies of television shows.
  • Springfield Arcade - Readers send in parodies of video games featuring characters from The Simpsons. One piece of artwork is published every issue.
  • From the Shelves of the Android's Dungeon - Readers send in cover ideas for an issue of Simpsons Comics.

Junk Mail Guy[edit]

The Junk Mail Guy is the editor of Junk Mail. His name remains a mystery and many people have asked or taken a guess at it and not succeeded. He has a reputation of being very sarcastic. "Junk Mail Guy" regularly changes but possible people include:

  • Paul T, who left the comic #109
  • Martin Eden, who replaced him