BONGO COMICS Solicitations for SEPTEMBER 2012


Bart Simpson Comics #75

Story By: Sergio Aragones and various

Art By: Phil Ortiz and various

Cover By: Jason Ho and Mike Rote

Bart and Nelson fight over the new girl in school, but something tells us they are not being sincere. Then, the newest designer of the be-all and end-all in haut couture is none other than Maggie Simpson. Plus, Bart scribes and scribbles a new “Angry Dad” and Sergio Aragones magically materializes another “Maggie’s Crib.”

32 pages, $2.99.

Futurama Comics #63

Story By: Ian Boothby

Art By: Tone Rodriguez

Cover By: John Delaney and Andrew Pepoy

Description: The Planet Express crew makes a delivery to the robot pleasure planet of Shangri-linux, where the atmosphere is lethal to humans, and so Professor Farnsworth simply transfers both Fry and Leela’s consciousness into robots that share their likeness. But everything starts to go awry when Bender realizes the unsuspecting and vacationing robots are being mindwiped and turned into slaves. Is it time for Bender to grow a conscience? Don’t bet on it.

32 pages, $2.99.

Simpsons Comics #194

Story By: Nina Matsumoto,

Art By: Nina Matsumoto and Mike Rote

Cover By: Jason Ho and Mike Rote

Description: Being very much like a dog himself (enjoying long naps and eating whatever is in sight), Homer embarks on a new career as a dog listener. Meanwhile, Lisa uses brain over brawn to overcome her biggest obstacle in life — gym class!

32 pages, $2.99.

The Simpsons’ Treehouse of Horror #18

Story By: Jim Valentino and various

Art By: Phil Noto and various

Cover By: Hilary Barta

Description: A host of hellacious horror stories await you in with a witch’s baleful batch of Bongo brew-haha. Jim Valentino (Shadowhawk) makes a terrifying toast to the Frankenstein monster’s bride: Gerry Duggan (Attack of the Show!) and Phil Noto (Danger Girl) whet your appetite with the tale of an innocent woman forced into spawning the son of Satan; Chris and Shane Houghton (Reed Gunther) fill you with dread as they lead the Simpson family to a cabin in the woods; and much more.

48 pages, $4.99.


SpongBob Comics #12

Story By: David Lewman and various

Art By: Stephen DeStefano and Jacob Chabot

Cover By: Vincent DePorter and Bob Flyyn

Description: On a reluctant visit to Grandma Sponge’s house, Squidward discovers an earthly paradise (for Squidward, that is). But how can he get back to that happy place? Find out in “Great Grandma.” In “Too Tough,” SpongeBob invites the bruisers from the Salty Spitoon to make the Krusty Krab their new hangout, and Mr. Krabs sees dollar signs…plus lots of broken furniture. Also: SpongeBob learns the joys of flossing; Squilliam learns the downside to owning a fancy yacht; and the reader learns lots of facts about crabs.

32 pages, $2.99.

SOURCE: Comics Continuum