Simpsons Comics #138 by Wein and Valenti $2.99 USA/ $3.99 CAN 32 pages/standard format/color/all ages/humor
When a torrential rainstorm threatens to raise the level of Springfield River and destroy Springfield's crumbling levees, only one outspoken environmental advocate, only one eco-aware tree-hugging activist, only one global-warming truth–telling second grader can save the town from disaster...Lisa Simpson! Enjoy a cautionary tale from Springfield
Simpsons Comics #137 by Dixon/Costanza $2.99 USA/ $3.99 CAN 32 pages/standard format/color/all ages/humor
Homer is the last FAT man. After a nuclear plant accident forces a radioactive cloud into the atmosphere, Homer finds himself alone and still quite oversized in a very different and much more slender city. What is the secret behind his morbid obesit
Do you remember that episode of The Simpsons where Homer won't let Bart go see the Itchy & Scratchy movie? And in the end it's like the year 2032 and Bart is a member of the Supreme Court and he finally goes to see the movie with Homer? I felt a little bit like that when The Simpsons Movie started. I was thinking about how long I've waited to see this movie and now I'm old and
It's the end of the week explosion! I have a new career as a police officer...well...it's more like I'm in charge of the neighborhood watch...and by that I mean I'm really enjoying calling the cops on the kids in my building for playing with illegal fireworks. D
Can't find that Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer Slurpee cup at a friendly, neighborhood 7-Eleven near you? Despite last weekend's box office numbers, the Fantastic Four sequel is merely yesterday's news, compared to last week's debuts of Die Hard 4, Ratatouille and Transformers.
And, I suspect, The Simpsons Movie, opening in three weeks, may rule the roost when all's said and done... which leads me back to the question about what the he
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