Simpsons Comics On Parade

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America's favorite nuclear family returns in this latest installment in our bestselling Simpsons comic compilations. This time, Springfield is buzzing with excitement as Marge does battle with airwave sleaze, Bart steps in as an emergency bus driver, and Homer takes on his worst enemy—his brain.

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In Simpsons Comic on Parade, campaign fever is heating things up in Springfield, and the Simpsons are embroiled in political mud-slinging, pandering, pundits, and opinion polls. Democracy was never this much fun. Then Marge Simpson is mad as heck, and she's not going to take it anymore! Fed up with tawdry talk shows, she sets out to clean up the airwaves by serving up her own show, baked fresh with wholesome goodness. Next you're on a bus packed with explosives and obnoxious kids. What to do?!? Bartholomew J. Simpson, that's what. And finally, after years of vicious name-calling, Homer Simpson has decided to reconcile with his nemesis—his brain. See Homer change from bovine to Einstein, while all of Springfield reels from the repercussions.

Packed with the insane wit that has earned the TV show the Peabody Award and 10 Emmy Awards, Simpsons Comic on Parade is the perfect gift for the legions of loyal fans who just can't get enough of Marge, Homer, Lisa, Bart, and little Maggie.

Additional Information

Author Matt Groening
Publisher Bongo Comics
Page Count 120p
Publication Size 7 x 10
Publication Notes softcover, color
Publication Date 1998
ISBN 978-0060952808

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