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Simpsons Comics #1

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Comic Information
Release date: November 29, 1993
Comic series: Simpsons Comics
Stories: The Amazing Colossal Homer
Bart Simpson's Creepy Crawly Tales "The Collector"
Publisher: Bongo
Country: USA


Simpsons Comics #1 is the first issue of Simpsons Comics. It was released in the United States in November 1993. It contained the main story The Amazing Colossal Homer and the secondary story Bart Simpson's Creepy Crawly Tales "The Collector".

A reprint of this issue was packaged in the collection The Simpsons Futurama Crossover Crisis as a flipbook (using both covers).

Stories[edit]

The Amazing Colossal Homer[edit]

Mr. Burns accidentally turns Homer into a giant who threatens to destroy the town.

Bart Simpson's Creepy Crawly Tales "The Collector[edit]

The Collector's butler, Smedley, leaves to visit his aging mother, leaving him alone. The climate control in his comic vault malfunctions and he attempts to fix it himself. His dog causes the vault door to slam shut on him, trapping him inside. The climate control begins dropping and he must burn his treasured comic book collection to survive. By doing this, he goes psychotic.

International Releases[edit]

Keyring edition
Country Release date
Brazil 1996
Estonia August 2000
France September 6, 1996
Germany November 1996
Italy 1998
Lithuania February 2009
Mexico April 15, 1996
Netherlands 1998
Sweden 2001
Norway May 10, 2004
United Kingdom February 24, 1997

Covers[edit]

Trivia[edit]

  • In 2004, a keyring edition was released.
  • The third version of this comic had one part of the Bartcode on it.

External links[edit]