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The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror #15

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Comic Information
Publication date: September 2009
Publisher: Bongo Comics Group
Comic series: The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror
Country: USA
Price: $4.99
Cover artist(s): Dan Zettwoch
Stories: Cloud 13
The Call of Vegulu
Blurst Agin!
Mo' Bodies Moe Problems
The Gods Must Be Lazy!
Three Little Kids
Bad Milhouse
The Slipsons

The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror #15 is the fifteenth issue of The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror comics. It was released in the USA in September 2009.


Cloud 13[edit]

Main article: Cloud 13

Lisa has bad dreams on the coach and the Simpons crash and their dead bodies kill the alive bodies.

The Call of Vegulu[edit]

Main article: The Call of Vegulu

Mr Burns and Krusty are survants of Vegulu and the Vegulu will destroy earth.

Blurst Agin![edit]

Main article: Blurst Agin!

Bart blows up his head by acne from a pipe.

Mo' Bodies Moe Problems[edit]

The Gods Must Be Lazy![edit]


Homer flushes nuclear waste down the toilet into the sewer, transforming sewer worker Hans Moleman into a human eating abomination.


Main article: Boo-tleg

Apu kills the citizens of Springfield by poisoning them with tainted, bootleg candy and replacing their corpses with fake bootleg copies to make profit.

Three Little Kids[edit]

Main article: Three Little Kids

Bad Milhouse[edit]

Main article: Bad Milhouse

The Slipsons[edit]

Main article: The Slipsons

Groundskeeper Willie breaks into the Simpson's house, to reveal the true identity of Homer, along with finding Bart and Lisa's heads under the mattress.