Matt Groening comic
Creepy Crawly Tales flip-book. Cover art by Bill Morrison. The Amazing Colossal Homer, script by Steve Vance (plot and script) and Cindy Vance (plot), pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Bill Morrison (finishes), inks by Bill Morrison and Tim Bavington; Mr. Burns tests his Rejuvenator Ray on Homer Simpson, resulting in Homer growing to colossal proportions. The Collector!, script by Steve Vance, pencils by Steve Vance (layouts) and Sondra Roy, inks by Bill Morrison; The Collector accidently locks himself in his comic vault when the butler goes away for the weekend, and must burn his precious comic collection to avoid freezing to death.
- Issue #245 (3 years ago)
- Issue #244 (3 years ago)
- Issue #243 (3 years ago)
- Issue #242 (4 years ago)
- Issue #241 (5 years ago)
Life In Hell
The first book in the ridiculously and painfully depressing series, collecting Life in hell-comic strip series.
- Issue # TPB Work Is Hell (5 years ago)
- Issue # TPB The Road To Hell (5 years ago)
- Issue # TPB School Is Hell (5 years ago)
- Issue # TPB Love is Hell (5 years ago)
- Issue # TPB (5 years ago)
Simpsons Illustrated (2012)
Bongo launches this new quarterly title featuring the best stories from the combined Simpsons comic titles with a flash from the past of not only the residents of Springfield as Principal Skinner opens up the elementary school's permanent record room but also a look back to the very beginning of Bongo Comics with a classic tale from Matt Groening's first comic book offering.
Simpsons Comics Presents Bart Simpson
Bart Simpson, America's favorite underachiever, lays claim to his own comic book! In the tradition of Little Archie, Peanuts, and Little Lulu, Bart Simpson Comics is for and about kids. In an homage to the comics he enjoyed as a kid, Matt Groening presents stories about Bart and the children of Springfield, with the adults taking a backseat as comic foils! Each issue of this new quarterly series feature several short stories that can be enjoyed by a younger reading audience, but there will be plenty of laughs for all ages. It's good, old-fashioned fun with the same satiric edge that has made The Simpsons the most successful animated program in television history!
- Issue #100 (6 years ago)
- Issue #99 (6 years ago)
- Issue #98 (6 years ago)
- Issue #97 (6 years ago)
- Issue #96 (6 years ago)