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Simpsons Comics Wingding

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Book Information
Author: Matt Groening
Cover artist: Bill Morrison
Series: The Simpsons Comic Reprints
Genre: Comics
Publisher: HarperCollins/Bongo
Published: June 1, 1997


Simpsons Comics Wingding is a comic reprint of Simpsons Comics, first released in June 1, 1997.

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America can't get enough of the Simpsons! The TV show keeps exploding in popularity and is rated the #1 FOX show for kids age 12 to 17 and #4 for kids age 18 to 34. Meanwhile, the comic books continue to take the industry by storm, with orders shipping a minimum of 100,000 copies per issue. In Simpsons Comics Wingding, Groening fans can once again catch up with the latest goings-on in Springfield. First, Bart's bad, but this time he has double the trouble and double the fun, when our spike-haired hero swaps places with his look-alike. Now he's the Artist Formerly Known as Bart, and rock 'n' roll will never be the same. In the next adventure, Willie the Scottish groundskeeper and Bravehearted Bart are training in the woods. Their mission: To "give that silk-wearin' Nancy boy Skinner a drubbin' he'll not soon forget!" Ach! Then superstore mania hits Springfield when Apu and Mr. Burns join forces to build the world's biggest convenience mart! Last, but certainly not least, Bart zooms off on a trip to Paris, but his French vacation gets fried when the Mona Lisa gets stolen and all he gets is the frame! When the television show just isn't enough, fans turn to the comic books to satiate their Simpsons addiction. A veritable bonanza of the wicked wit that made the series an international hit, this nonstop laughfest is the perfect cure for those summertime blues.

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Error[edit]

In some published versions, Maggie's bow is red.