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The Simpsons Go for the Gold

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The Simpsons Go for the Gold
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Comic Information
Release date: Between July 12 and July 15, 2012
Stories: Bummer Games
Tales from the Springfield Games
The City of London This Summer
Publisher: Bongo Comics Group
Country: USA


The Simpsons Go for the Gold is an comic book that was on sale exclusively at the 2012 San Diego Comic-Con. Prior to the book's release, two exclusive pictures with the book in them were featured on Bongo Comics' Facebook page. The comic book has been released in Australia with The City of London This Summer as a poster, in UK with a Bart Basketball Game and in France and Germany.[1] An Australia edition was also released.

Description[edit]

"Every four years, athletes from all around the world compete to uphold the spirit of competition and the test the limits of human ability and endurance. And this the year that Bart Simpson to write a report all about it. Have you ever wondered how the ancient Olympic games began, or what sports Olympians first competed in, or why athletes competed in the nude? Well, Bart has all the answers to those questions and many more. We’re not saying he’s right, but when has that stopped him? We're offering Bart’s unique appreciation of the ancient Olympics with The Simpsons Go for the Gold. This book is only available at the San Diego Comic-Convention International (and may not be available for another four years) with signed copies by Matt Groening available on a limited basis for $20 and unsigned copies for $10."
―BongoComics.com

Stories[edit]

Bummer Games[edit]

Main article: Bummer Games

Tales from the Springfield Games[edit]

The City of London This Summer[edit]

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