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Simpsons Comics Extravaganza

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Simpsons Comics Extravaganza
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Book Information
Publication date: October 7, 1994
Author: Matt Groening
Cover artist: Steve Vance
Bill Morrison
Series: The Simpsons Comic Reprints
Genre: Comics
Publisher: United States of America HarperCollins
800px-Flag of the United Kingdom.svg.png Titan Books

Simpsons Comics Extravaganza is a comic reprint of Simpsons Comics, first released in October 7, 1994.


"Featuring all the classic 'Simpsons' characters you've grown to love, this collection includes some of the funniest exploits from Springfield's first family. First, the citizens of Springfield are panic-stricken, the mayor of Springfield is outraged, and the police of Springfield are down at the donut shop (as usual) as a terrifying cholesterol-filled creature terrorizes the city! Beware of the Amazing Colossal Homer! Then, sick and tired of a few hooligans spoiling the learning experience for everyone, Principal Skinner sends the baddest of the bad boys, including Bart Simpson, to a special delinquency-prevention program at Springfield State Prison. But for Bart, the scariest part of prison life is his cellmate... Sideshow Bob! And what fiendish criminal mastermind would steal the school's beloved mascot? It's elementary that Lisa Simpson is on the case searching for clues and coercing confessions to unmask the culprit. Then when a mysterious malady strikes the Springfield Elementary School teacher's lounge, Bart and Lisa are saddled with substitute teachers, but for some strange reason Bart's new teacher thinks Bart is a genius, while Lisa's teacher thinks she's an underachiever! Collecting the remarkable first four issues of Simpsons Comics, brought to you by the Bongo Comics Group, a small but overachieving band of merry artists, designers, lawyers and publicists, it's wonderful fun and educational satire in a package of your dream entertainment experience. As Bart might say, "We're proud of these comics, man." As Lisa might say, "Damn, they're good." And as Marge might say, "I don't want you sitting up in that tree house all day reading comic books! You'll ruin your eyes!""