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Marge Attacks!

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Marge Attacks!
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Comic Story information
Released: September 2010
Comic series: Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror
Pages: 2
Written by: Nathan Kane

Marge Attacks! is a comic story first printed in The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #16. Four trading cards are shown at the beginning.


Kang and Kodos have concocted a very expensive plan to enslave our world by creating a race of Rigelian/human hybrids, using Marge as their test subject. The entire onslaught is entertaining for them at first, but ends in failure. Being a proud race, they use their advanced alien technology to erase all memories of the event from the minds of Earth's inhabitants. Due to recent cutbacks and an ailing Rigelian economy, they need to recoup some of their losses and generate some cold, hard cash, so they created a 55-piece trading card set that chronicles this fabled mission. The card set is named Marge Attacks, and it costs 1355 rigelian ponfars.


Comic issue Release date Country
The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Ominous Omnibus Vol. 1: Scary Tales & Scarier Tentacles August 2, 2022 Flag of the United States.png

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