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Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) comic books

  • Issue #2
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 2

    (W/A) Various SpongeBob's dreams may be the key to his finally passing his boating school road test. Also: SpongeBob splits in two, Patrick has a secret, Gary plays video games, and more! All this and a pin-up of this issue's hot-roddin' cover. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #4
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 4

    (W/A) Various SpongeBob's job at the Krusty Krab is jeopardized by a multi-purpose robot - but is there more to it than meets the (single, cyclopean) eye? Also: SpongeBob and Patrick do a simple favor for Sandy, which of course leads to disaster, woe, and rappelling. Plus, Plankton's family tree is revealed. All this, plus short bursts of brilliant SpongeComics by indie darlings Stephen DeStefano, Sam Henderson, James Kochalka, Dave Roman, and Joey Weiser. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #5
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 5

    (W/A) Chuck Dixon, Stephen DeStefano, Derek Drymon, Gregg Schigiel, Various In 'Day Off/Off Day,' The Krusty Krab is under siege by SpongeBob! Krabs must keep the humble fry cook from entering the restaurant or (horrors!) face a modest fine for working his employees too hard. But a determined SpongeBob can get through any defenses that Krabs concocts. How far will Krabs go to keep him out? Also, Patrick and SpongeBob face the open road in big rigs. All this plus a pin-up, a choose-your-path comic of Squidward's nightmares, a page of aquatic facts, and a knockout back cover written by Joey Weiser! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 22

    (W) Shane Houghton & Various (A) Gregg Schigiel & Various (CA) Gregg Schigiel When SpongeBob and Patrick use a new bubble formula, they find it can do almost anything - including create exact living duplicates of themselves! Evil twins have never been so transparent or so menacing as they are in 'Bubble Double Trouble'! Then, in 'See? Dragon!' SpongeBob is convinced he's found a dragon's tooth, but Squidward and Mr. Krabs think he's just finally lost his grip. Does Old Man Jenkins hold the secret to what the tooth really is? Well, yes and no. You'll see. Also in this issue: a gorgeous Bikini Bottom camping poster by Bob Flynn (Bravest Warriors), SpongeBob's amazing new facial hair, facts about coral reefs, and much more! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 32

    Written by Derek Drymon. Art by Vincent DePorter and Various. Cover by Jerry Ordway and Jacob Chabot. Part 1 of their first Superhero Showdown! It all starts here! SpongeBob's first soggy serialized adventure 'Showdown at the Shady Shoals' pulls anchor and begins a 5-issue voyage into aquatic action! In a tale featuring the art of Jerry Ordway (World's Finest), SpongeBob must find out who's stronger: his idol, Mermaid Man, or that noble anti-hero, the proud, muscular, poofy-haired sea king Viro Reganto? It's a question that will send SpongeBob, Mermaid Man, and Viro into a quest that spans decades, from the Briny Age of comics to the pulse-pounding present! Plus: SpongeBob's strange haircut ritual, a fill-in comic, SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka, and a guide to the ancient undersea language of Esperanto? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #34
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 34

    Written by Gregg Schigiel, Derek Drymon and Robert Leighton. Art by Jerry Ordway, Gregg Schigiel and Scott Roberts. Cover by Gregg Schigiel. In part 3 of the epic 'Showdown at the Shady Shoals,' SpongeBob says he knows how the first meeting between Mermaid Man and the sea-king Viro Reganto must have gone down. How does he know? Because he's their biggest fan! Thus unfolds a spazzy, sponge-woven tale of underwater super villains and the power of friendship-all deliriously delineated by Jerry Ordway. Plus: This issue also features a round up of Wild West yarns - you know, the kind that take place underwater! First a mechanical bucking seahorse becomes the biggest fad - and the biggest rip-off - at the Krusty Krab in 'Shucking Seahorse'! And in 'Mixed Signals' we find out what happens when bubble signals go wrong on the ocean prairie; and Tim Truman provides a seaweed and spaghetti western-style pin-up of 'The Good, the Pat, and the Squiddy!' 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 35

    Story and Art by Dave DeGrand and Various. Cover by Dave DeGrand. First, in 'Plankton's Playtime,' that tiny terror joins SpongeBob and Patrick for game night...and Plankton will wish he'd stayed at the Chum Bucket! Then in part 4 of the epic 'Showdown at the Shady Shoals,' it's a lie-down, passed-out battle of the geriatric underwater superheroes; Mermaid Man and sea king Viro Reganto compete in the Old Fogeython winner-take-all - all the oatmeal! And in 'Stupid Patrick,' SpongeBob worries that Patrick's new friends just like him because he's so dumb! All this plus 'Flotsam and Jetsam' by Maris Wicks and 'SpongeFunnies' by James Kochalka equals United Plankton's usual mix of strange, soggy, and silly! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 36

    Written by Brian Bernard Murnane, Travis Nichols, David Lewman and David DeGrand. Art by Jacob Chabot, Jerry Ordway and Vince Deporter. Cover by Jerry Ordway. It's the climactic conclusion of 'Showdown at the Shady Shoals,' SpongeBob's first soggy serial! In this final chapter, the friendship of aquatic champions Mermaid Man and Viro Reganto transforms all of Bikini Bottom into a world of superhero realism - with stunning new renditions of SpongeBob and Patrick courtesy of Jerry Ordway. Plus a Mr. Krabs comic by Tony Millionaire, SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka, and a choose-your-path comic starring the whole cast! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #37
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 37

    Written by David Lewman, Derek Drymon and Dani Michaeli. Art by Jacob Chabot, Theo Ellsworth and Ulises Farinas. Cover by Andy Rementer. In our special 'Dreams And Nightmares' issue, SpongeBob dreams of runaway pants of a giant Gary and of a powerful entity whose subconscious controls Bikini Bottom's very reality! So, yeah, it's pretty surreal, even for SpongeBob. Also: Maris Wicks brings you true facts about nightmare creatures of the deep. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 38

    Written by Corey Barba. Art and Cover by Jacob Chabot. SpongeBob has fallen under the spell of a comfy, snug sweater his gramma gave him - and now he's drinking tea, reading poetry, and - gasp, choke! - scrapbooking!? Can Patrick and Gary defeat the cozy menace? Find out in 'The Sweater!' Also in this issue: 'The Goofy Goober' live show goes horribly wrong; Patrick and SpongeBob have silly fun with their powers of regeneration; and a shipload of tough pirates debate SpongeBob trivia. All this plus SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #40
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 40

    Due to a distributor error we did not receive this issue. Replacements are expected soon. Written by David McGuire and Scott Roberts. Art by Scott Roberts and Gregg Schigiel. Cover by Scott Roberts, Jacob Chabot and Mark Martin. In our ocean-shaking volcano issue, witness the explosive birth of Patrick's new house! It happens in 'Guest to Pest' by Scott Roberts. In 'Magma Morons,' SpongeBob explores a volcanic island with a secret-courtesy of Kaz, Vince DePorter, and a big photo spread of a 'real' volcano! Plus, in 'Formula None,' SpongeBob goes on strike when Mr. Krabs replaces the Krabby Patty ingredients with artificial filler! Also, facts about undersea vents by Maris Wicks (Batman '66, Primates) and Dave DeGrand's tale of the weirdest-shaped toe blister in the history of Bikini Bottom! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 44

    Written by Chuck Dixon and Dave DeGrand. Art by Dave DeGrand and Jacob Chabot. Cover by Dave DeGrand. Gangster fish have made the Krusty Krab their hangout, and it's up to Mr. Krabs and SpongeBob to figure out a way to get rid of them! Must they resort to Patrick the Hypnotist? Find out in 'SpongeFellas'! Then, in 'Not so Great Expectations,' take a trip to Blockville, the lamest, most decrepit theme park on the ocean floor. Surely nobody could enjoy a visit to... oh, wait, here comes SpongeBob! Never mind. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #45
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 45

    Story and Art by Brian Smith, James Kochalka, Robert Leighton & Jacob Chabot, Derek Drymon & Jerry Ordway, Joey Weiser & Becky Dreistadt and David DeGrand. Cover by Jacob Chabot. In 'Deranged Detector,' Mr. Krabs must know the answer to the question: 'What has SpongeBob got in his pocket?' He'll find out even if he has to sic a malfunctioning valuable-detecting robot after the boy! Then in 'Patrick's Itch,' nothing and no one can scratch Patrick's itch; will his rough starfish hide ever know relief? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #46
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 46

    Story, Art and Cover by Bob Flynn. In a 24-page adventure, SpongeBob must save Bikini Bottom from 'The Menace of the Mola Mola!' Indy cartoonist Bob Flynn (Nursery Rhyme Comics, Bravest Warriors, Adventure Time) takes our favorite fry cook on a fantastic voyage into the belly of a behemoth-a giant freakish fish that has blotted out the sun and plunged Bikini Bottom into darkness! Can SpongeBob save the day? Also: Patrick searches for the right pet in a comic by Charise Harper; and Plankton shrinks down SpongeBob in a Little Nemo-esque spread by Jed Alexander. Plus the usual James Kochalka nuttiness in 'SpongeFunnies' and the usual informative aqua-facts by Maris Wicks! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #47
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 47

    Story and Art by Corey Barba and Scott Roberts. Cover by Corey Barba. A frozen fish stick has fallen into Bikini Bottom - and the savage cave-creature that emerges from the melted ice is wreaking prehistoric havoc. Can SpongeBob tame this invader from above? Find out in 'No More Mister Ice Guy!' Then Squidward figures out that 'One Little Lie' can keep SpongeBob away-but there are consequences-consequences that include a conga line! All this plus stories by Sam Henderson, Dean Haspiel, Jacob Chabot, and a cut-paper comic by Maƫlle Doliveux! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #48
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 48

    Written by Mark Martin and David Lewman. Art by Mark Martin and Tony Millionaire. Cover by Jacob Chabot. In our first all-Gary issue, SpongeBob's faithful pet snail meows his way through seven slimy stories! First, in 'Have a Nice Day, Gary,' Gary wriggles his way through calamity, coincidence, and cucumber eye treatments! Then, in 'Gary Patty,' SpongeBob names a new, experimental patty after Gary-but the snail's new celebrity may have unforeseen consequences. And in 'Snail Foot,' SpongeBob finally gets to experience life as a mollusk. Plus more gastropod action from Jen Wang, James Kochalka, and Maris Wicks! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #49
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 49

    Written by Derek Drymon, Mark Martin and Kaz. Art by Gregg Schigiel, Mark Martin and Tony Millionaire. Cover by Kelley Jones. In a story we could only call 'Patty Thing,' Squidward is pursued by a shambling terror made of discarded Krabby Patties - featuring a krusty creature drawn by the horrifying Stephen R. Bissette (Swamp Thing, Tyrant)! Then in 'Monster Canyon,' SpongeBob must make a Krabby Patty delivery to an address from which no delivery boy has ever returned! Plus: Sandy makes a costume; a monstrous episode of James Kochalka's 'SpongeFunnies'; a scary 'Flotsam and Jetsam'; and several creepy under-the-sea pinups! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #50
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 50

    Written by Derek Drymon, Sam Henderson, Bob Flynn and Micheal T. Gilbert. Art by Gregg Schigiel, Dave DeGrand, Bob Flynn and Michael T. Gilbert. Cover by Gregg Schigiel. Landmark 50th issue! In 'Mashup,' SpongeBob and Patrick merge into one being-but SpongePat can't stop there. Soon the entire population of Bikini Bottom is one composite creature! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #65
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 65

    Written by Derek Drymon and Jay Lender. Art by Jacob Chabot and Vincent DePorter. Cover by Jacob Chabot. Nobody calls Sandy Cheeks a 'tenderfoot' - but when the gauntlet is thrown by SpongeBob and Patrick, she's on a tear to prove she's the most rugged outdoors-squirrel in the seven seas! It's great fun until a certain underwater volcano catches her eye. Then, in 'Plankton's Imagination,' SpongeBob takes pity on that poor tiny terror Eugene Plankton and teaches him the joys of inspiration and creativity. But is that a good idea? Plus: fun facts about real plankton from Maris Wicks (Coral Reefs), SpongeFunnies by James Kochalka (Glorkian Warrior), and more! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #67
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 67

    Written by Derek Drymon, Vince Deporter and David DeGrand. Art by Jerry Ordway, Vince Deporter and David DeGrand. Cover by David DeGrand. In 'Sandwich Panic,' Patrick and SpongeBob discover a hipster cafe with artisanal, locally-sourced sandwiches that are more delicious than Krabby Patties! SpongeBob must stop this upstart eatery, even if it means teaming up with the nefarious Plankton! And in part 2 of 'Lost Booty' freebooters Fanboy Beard and Deckhand Dottie continue their mad race to track down the lost SpongeBob comic by the Mad Pirate Pencils! All this plus 'SpongeFunnies' by James Kochalka, facts about pirate pets, and more! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #70
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 70

    Written by Derek Drymon. Art by David DeGrand and Jerry Ordway. Cover by Jerry Ordway. Learn the final fate of renegade SpongeBob Comics artist Pencils the Pirate in the stupefying conclusion to 'Lost Booty!' Stranded on a becalmed ship in the middle of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, Pencils struggles against two frightful foes: a horrible sea monster and, worse, writer's block! There's but one thing that can save his nautical bacon - SpongeBob himself! But how will our yellow, porous hero get to the surface in time? Find out in this reality-bending yarn of deadlines and doofuses! Plus underwater floods, ocean facts, and 'SpongeFunnies' by James Kochalka! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #72
    Spongebob Comics (2011 United Plankton Pictures) 72

    Written by Graham Annable, James Kochalka, Israel Sanchez and Sam Hernandez. Art by Gregg Schigiel, James Kochalka, Israel Sanchez and Gregory Benton. Cover by Gregg Schigiel. On a bubble-blowing break at work, SpongeBob accidentally invents the Bubble Burger - and it becomes a craze that sweeps the ocean floor! As demand rises, Mr. Krabs pushes SpongeBob to blow more and more Bubble Burgers-regardless of the pulmonary price! There is no way this could backfire, right? Also in this issue, SpongeBob on a slow bus! Plankton versus Patrick's ant farm! Plus: Ocean facts from Maris Wicks and 'SpongeFunnies' by James Kochalka. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.