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  • Issue #1
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 1

    by Matt Groening & Bill Morrison. 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! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #2
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 2
    • Signed by artist Bill Morrison with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.
  • Issue #3
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 3
    • Signed by artist Bill Morrison with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    by Simone, Costanza, DeCarlo, Rote, & Morrison. Bart Simpson in Space?! Join the intrepid boy of action as he finds galactic turmoil, political unrest, and three-eyed giants while accompanied by the whole Simpson family on a mission to explore the nether-regions of the cosmos! Back on the planet, in another earthbound story, Lisa wins a date with not one, but two boy bands. Then, in another tall tale of science, Bart defies death and gravity with a new invention by Professor Frink that's not quite ready for the patent office! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 4

    by Shaw, Simone, Worley, Ho, & Morrison. First, Lisa goes on a game show in order to settle a bet with Bart and capture Homer's attention. But when she gets sick, Lisa discovers that cold medicine is the great intellectual equalizer. Then, Milhouse decides its time to learn how to defend himself by taking karate classes. Finally, another Professor Frink invention in Bart's hands gives Maggie the ability to fly! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 5

    by Simone, Bates, Costanza, Kelly, & Morrison. In a tale from the wild, wild west, maverick government agent Bart Simpson, along with master of disguise Martimus Prince, must put a stop to the world?threatening and earth- shattering schemes of Dr. Ralph Braneless. In other stories, Lisa matches wits with Principal Skinner in a Springfield Elementary whodunit, and Bart and Milhouse take the school day off. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 6

    by Shaw, Yambar, DeCarlo & Morrison. Spend some time with the kids of Springfield or maybe just a really strange day in the life of Ralph Wiggum. Or discover what happens when, through a weird twist of fate, Milhouse becomes invisible (at least that's what Bart tells him). And evil super villains best beware (yes, you, Doctor Colossus) when the Simpsons' cat, Snowball II, gains superpowers and becomes the Supercat of Springfield! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 7

    by Shaw!, Yambar, DeCarlo, Escobar, Morrison. Bart and Lisa battle it out when the Android's Dungeon sponsors a science contest at Springfield Elementary. It's brain vs. Bart in a tale that leads to the deepest, darkest depths of scientific genius and depravity... kinda! Then, Lisa puts her super sleuthing to the test when she attempts to uncover the mystery behind Homer's missing breakfast. Finally, Bart's pet pachyderm, Stampy, returns! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #8
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 8

    by Dixon, Simone, Kress, & DeCarlo. Bongo presents an issue devoted entirely to stories with layouts by our recently departed friend and artist Dan DeCarlo: Bart tries to find a way out of writing a book report on Great Expectations; Bart and Milhouse stray from a field trip and discover themselves in a town right out of the books of Mark Twain; and in another probable parable from Professor Frink, Bart becomes part boy/part fish! Also, journey into the past with Li'l Kang and Kodos! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 9

    by Yambar, Bates, Smith, McCann & Morrison. This month's collection of Bart Simpson stories has Bart growing a beard, wearing a tasteless T-shirt, playing romantic go-between for Milhouse, and mailing away for the ultimate cereal prize. Also, in this issue ? Kang and Kodos prepare a tasty meal and Ralph Wiggum sets an amazing record in the Duff Book of World Records! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 10
    • Signed by writer Chris Yambar with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    by Rogers & Delaney. By some divine instrument of destiny or by the bestowing of an innate talent by the powers that be, Fry, Leela, Bender, and Scruffy find themselves representing the Earth on the Olympic swurling team under the tutelage of hall of fame swurling coach Vic Lebruteski. But what is really behind their newfound abilities, and what exactly is in it for the coach and Planet Express. It appears that they will soon be putting their lives on the line in front of an universal arena that is out for blood. Capture the spirit of the games in November! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 11

    by Bates, McCann, & Smith. Bart sends away in the mail for an actual, full-scale nuclear submarine, and receives a mail-order bride instead. Next, take a trip on the Ol' Mississippi when Bart mounts a theatrical production of his version of Mark Twain. And last, but not least, Bart turns the Simpson household into a gigantic moon bounce! Become a part of the Bart in February! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 12

    by Shaw!, Yambar, & Lloyd. Bart and Lisa prove that a little imagination is a dangerous thing when they go on a sensational rampage through the streets of Springfield. Then, in a "Li'l Homey" story, Homer saves Lard Lad Donuts from bankruptcy. And, finally, Bart and Homer enter a battle of wits and wills. Who will come out on top? Well, whose comic book is it? 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 13

    by Bates, Simone, Majoros & Ho. Bart pays a hefty price for wreaking havoc at the Frying Dutchman ? then stuff happens, and he is mistaken for the rarest fish of all ? the Feios Peixes Grande! And for action ? the Legend of Bartzan and "The Ancient Forbidden Golden City of Gold!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #14
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 14

    by Rogers, Bates, Costanza & Majoros. With a little help from Professor Frink, Bart meets up with his parents at Springfield Elementary in 1969. Then, Bart is mistaken for a big ugly fish and has to run from a crew of revenge-obsessed sailors! Also, it's "Take Your Parents to School Day!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #15
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 15

    by Bates, DiGerolamo, Escobar, & Rivette. Bart displays the merits of demerits in his "Guide to the Junior Campers," Lisa goes off to saxophone camp, and Maggie goes on an exciting adventure through outer space. And, finally, after a trip to Frink Labs, Bart unleashes a terrible and unstoppable computer virus upon the world. Menace meets machine this December! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 16

    by Boothby & Ortiz. Bart, Milhouse, and Ralph venture into unknown territory ? a crosstown Kwik-E-Mart ? to seek out "The Squishee of Death"; Lisa uncovers a insidious crime against her Malibu Stacy collection and all signs point to one culprit... Bart Simpson; Milhouse gets a new look for School Picture Day; and Bart breaks a few rules in order to taint Ned Flanders' spotless reputation. Misbehave with Bart this February! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 17

    by Templeton & Smith. Bartman is back in a full-issue story written and drawn by Ty Templeton (Batman Adventures)! Not only is Bartman back, this time he's brought the whole Bartman Family with him! Witness! The daring-do of three generations of Simpson superheroics as the secret pasts and secret identities of Abraham Simpson and Homer Simpson are finally revealed! Cringe! As their exploits ever so briefly tarnish the Golden and Silver Ages of comics! Thrill! To a comic book company apologizing in advance for destroying the illusions of thousands of comic book fans...! The spike-haired superhero of Springfield returns in April! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #18
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 18

    by Verrone & Rivette. Bart is recruited by a secret agency charged with co-opting the nation's youth for missions of extreme prejudice. But is Bart in over his head or has he met his true calling? Live dangerously with Bart Simpson this June! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 19

    by Bates, DiGerolamo, & Costanza. Bart Simpson is the most famous 10-year-old in America. He's even got his own comic book! But what happens when Bart is nowhere to be found? What happens when Martin and Milhouse have to spend a day without Bart?! Then, the Springfield Elementary holds an "All You Can Eat" competition. Find out who will "Outwit, Outplay, and Outeat" the rest. Summer Reading has never been this fun this August! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 20

    by Bates, Escobar, & Shaw! Bart becomes film auteur as he and Milhouse set out to make the ultimate, independent, no-budget, zombie movie. Then, in a "Li'l Homey" story, Homer attempts to save Lard Lad Donuts from bankruptcy. Ask for it by name in October! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 21

    by Bates, DiGerolamo, Escobar, & Ho. On a trip to the Capital City Historical Museum, Bart and Nelson are bent on destroying Principal Skinner's reputation... but their plan backfires leaving some doubt about who's really going to become history! Then, Bart's baseball team hits rock bottom... until they get a little assistance from their new coach, Professor Frink, and the world of Science! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 22

    by Bates, Rogers, Costanza, Delaney. Witness the birth of a salesman when Bart, Nelson, and Milhouse challenge each other to sell the most items for the class fundraiser. And then prepare yourself for the mysterious and malevolent detention slip seeking its intended victim, Bart Simpson, but which wreaks havoc in the corridors of Springfield Elementary before it finds its final destination! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #23
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 23

    by Bates, Peyer, Delaney, Ho, & Lloyd. When Principal Skinner gets wind of a surprise inspection, he is not prepared to pay the price for Bart's "best behavior." Then Bart gives advice to kids on how to avoid going to school, and gets a lesson in the age-old question of old age. Throw in Bart's part-time job at the Kwik-E-Mart, a near miss with a flu shot, a suspicious special delivery, and you've got a jam-packed issue of Bart Simpsony-goodness. Start your day with Bart this April! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 24

    by Bates, DiGerolamo, Delany, Lloyd, & Ho. Bart is forced to join the Springfield Elementary cheerleading squad, but will he use his talents to build the spirit squad,or bring shame to his school? Then, Nelson explains the world of adult nerds, Sherri & Terri do the twin thing to Principal Skinner, and Maggie and Moe join to together to solve a crime. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 25

    by Dixon, Kress, Peyer Delaney, & Lloyd. Bart lives the dream of every comic book fan, or so he thinks, when the Comic Book Guy enlists his help at a comic convention. Then, see how a little thing like Bart sneaking into a restricted movie topples the fortunes of an entire movie studio! And finally, after winning a free trip from Krusty the Clown, Bart manages to wreak havoc on an airplane and create his own "No Fly Zone!" 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #26
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 26

    by Bates, Griffith, Peyer, Ho and Lloyd. Bart's treehouse gets condemned when the Simpson backyard tree develops stump rot, and it's up to Bart and Milhouse to stand in the way of the bulldozers until someone can find a way to save the tree. Then, Bart and Marge have a standoff over Bart's television privileges, and Bart will go to extremely smelly lengths to win. And imagine what it would be like if Maggie were the mayor of Springfield. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 27

    By Bates, Griffith, Peyer, Ho & Lloyd. Bart's treehouse gets condemned when the Simpson backyard tree develops stump rot, and it's up to Bart and Milhouse to stand in the way of the bulldozers until someone can find a way to save the tree! Then, Bart and Marge have a standoff over Bart's TV privileges, and Bart will go to extremely... smelly lengths... to win! And imagine what it would be like if Maggie were the mayor of Springfield. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #28
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 28

    by Groening and Morrison. In this month's plethora of pint-sized pranks and parodies, Bart is in over his head when he attempts to sneak into a horror film; Milhouse has a life-altering door-to-door sales experience; Groundskeeper Willie trains Lisa to be a "vampire croaker"; and Bart conjures up a brand-new Angry Dad adventure! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #29
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 29

    by Bates, Peyer, & Rogers. Springfield's merry mischief-maker, Bart Simpson, switches places with Ralph Wiggum on "Take Your Son To Work Day" with surprising and potentially life- threatening results. Then, Bart gets a new roommate when he moves into the retirement home with Grampa. Also, Bart and Nelson start their own pirate radio station, and it is not long before radio talk show host Birch Barlow's ratings begin to plummet, prompting a "no holds barred" battle over the airwaves. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 30

    By Digerolamo, Lloyd, Ortiz, & Peyer. Bart gets bent out of shape when all of his friends get caught up in a reading frenzy over the newest kid's fantasy novel, and he literally sets out to destroy literacy. Then, a school field trip goes awry when Bart, Milhouse, and Martin end up on a runaway train. Also, picture if you will, Bart as the newest action star! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 31

    By Digerolamo, Dorkin, and Lloyd. Bart wins a shopping spree at Krusty's Land of Misfit Toys, but it doesn't take long before all his friends and family members are asking him to score them some free toys. Then Maggie and Moe take a trip to Wall E. Weasel's, stumble into a plot of international intrigue, and come face-to-face with another crimesolving babysitting duo??Gerald, the one-eyebrowed baby, and Titania! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 32

    By McCann, Trainor and Lloyd. Bart loses control with his new Krusty Clone at Home Kit; Maggie battles Mr. Burns for a mysterious and cursed artifact; and Ralph gets mistaken for a prized pig at the Springfield county fair. The fun starts this Fall! 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #33
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 33

    by Digerolamo, Lloyd, Ortiz, and Peyer. Bart's life appears to be ruined when Mrs. Krabappel moves in with the Simpsons. Then, Homer and Bart go head to head and burger to burger when they both enter a Krusty Burger competition. Finally, Bart discovers Groundskeeper Willie's infamous past. 32 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #34
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 34

    by DiGerolamo, Griffith, & Trainor. Lisa finds her self in a load of trouble when tries tto do an unsupervised load of laundry. Bart meets a new friend from way out of town. On a lazy day, Bart and Milhouse make a fort out of a refrigerator box. And finally, Uter displays his penchant for physics as he teams up with Bart on the playground. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #35
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 35

    by Bates, Peyer, Nilges, & Valenti. Otto and Bart find the once high and mighty Truckasaurus in a junkyard and share dreams of its resurrected glory; Bart and Milhouse imagine themselves in an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon; Professor Frink returns with another lesson in weird science; and Bart enlists the help of a certain someone to get the best of Principal Skinner! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 36

    by Bates, Trainor, Ho, Llyod, & Nilges. While researching the Great Depression for a report at school, Bart finds an all-new authority figure to defy and is joined by some unlikely allies. Then, while digging near a new housing development, Bart and Milhouse discover a buried book with a cryptic text and are inspired to form a secret society that ends up having prophetic results. Oh, and Milhouse gets trapped in a mailbox. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #37
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 37

    by Templeton. Bartman goes mano y loco with Dr. Colossus when Springfield's resident supervillain uses a special ray to turn everyone in town into a ten-year-old! But the colossal crackpot has met his match when Bart gathers the largest super team of ten-year-olds ever assembled for an assault on Death Mountain! Can Bartman and the ten-year-old townspeople save Springfield... before their bedtime? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 38

    Written by Tom Peyer & Various. Art by Mike DeCarlo & Various. Bart trades places with Seymour Skinner and is made principal for a day! What will happen when Bart needs to play by the rules and Skinner begins to plot his own revenge? Then, Milhouse gives the 4-1-1 on what it takes to be the 'king of cool' at your school. Finally, after a run-in with the school bullies, Ralph is forced to learn the value of a dollar. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #39
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 39

    What mischief can Bart Simpson get himself into? You'd be surprised! A little boy, his adoring best friend Milhouse, and a sling can do a lot of damage! Will Springfield survive Bart's latest hijinks? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #40
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 40

    by Barta, Bates, DiGerolamo, Lloyd, and Trainor. Bart finds himself living the dream after landing a gig as the new Radioactive Man comic book writer; alas Comic Book Guy finds himself living his worst nightmare. Also, when Professor Frink's Embigulator goes missing, it is all but certain the culprit is Bart Simpson. The only question is - Who will be embiggened! Also this ish, the debut of the Li'l Krusty comic strip! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #41
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 41

    by DiGerolamo, Dixon & Trainor. Meet Johnny Buns, All-American Fry, Patty Crisp, and Onion Jack, all members of the Krusty Kids Command in an all-new Krusty Burger Land story, free with purchase of a Krustymeal. Then, when Bart is living the dream after landing a gig as the new Radioactive Man comic book writer, the Comic Book Guy finds himself living the nightmare of being a comic book insider on the outside looking in. Finally, as Bart's grades continue to slide, can the reason behind this underachiever's antics be the result of an undetected hearing impairment? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #42
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 42

    by Peyer, Bates & Trainor. Bart, determined not to grow up to be like Homer, goes in search of the Fountain of Youth. Then, Springfield Elementary's got a new kingpin, when Ralph comes to school with a scar on his face, and Bart concocts a criminal past for him that gets them in a heap of trouble. Also, go back in time with Homer and Marge when the boys and girls of Springfield fought over bragging rights to the brand-new movie duoplex. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 43

    by Bates, Kress, Shaw!, Asprec, Rivette & Santiago. Lisa Simpson moves into the spotlight this month in Bart Simpson Comics. First up, Lisa gets even with Bart when he threatens her most cherished form of artistic expression - the saxophone. Then Lisa tries to be one of the girls with Sherri and Terri with mixed results. And finally, after a moment of uncensored exasperation, Lisa finds herself under the tutelage of an unexpected and unexpurgated authority figure, Lunchlady Doris! Back off, Bart! Lisa's taking the lead! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 44

    by Bates, Kress, Shaw!, Asprec & Valenti. Bart and his pals take advantage of the school's accidentally over-watered field and turn it into a mud pit of massive proportions; then Jimbo Jones is forced into community service at the Springfield Retirement Castle; and then Homer takes his daughters to work only to have Lisa protest the dangers of nuclear power while Maggie is exposed to them. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #45
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 45

    by Bates, DiGerolamo, Yambar. Krusty sponsors a 'class clown' competition at Springfield Elementary, pitting Bart against an unlikely competitor - Milhouse Van Houten! Also, sign up on Springfield's newest social networking site 'Bart Space.' Then, join Maggie and Moe as they attempt to solve several crimes at once - but will they save Hans Moleman in time? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #46
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 46

    by Bates, DiGerolamo, Rogers, Asprec, Costanza & Ortiz. When one of Bart's pranks goes to far, Groundskeeper Willie loses his job and is replaced by a state-of-the-art custodial robot! Then, Bart and Gil team-up in the Springfield Elementary cafeteria for a lesson in lunch specials. And to top it all off, Lisa takes it upon herself to restore the joy and promise of the teaching profession to Miss Hoover, when the second-grade teacher not only loses her edge but finds herself precipitously close to going over it! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #47
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 47

    Written by Griffith, Kupperberg and Trainor. Art by Asprec, Ho and Valenti. After a visit to Frink Labs, Bart makes a split decision then another and another that have unexpected consequences! Then, even jazz girls get the blues when Lisa gets mixed romantic signals from a boy in her class. And Krusty the Clown's 'Li'l Krusty' is back! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #48
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 48

    'The Great, Extreme, Ultimate, and Totally Awesome Radioactive Man Event!: Part 2 - Written by Lash. Art by Rodriguez and Pepoy. No one is affected by the announcement of changes to the Radioactive Man comic series more than Bart Simpson, and it will take a little help from his friends to infiltrate publisher's office and to get the scoop on the future of Bart's bolt-brained hero. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #49
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 49

    The kids of Springfield learn a valuable civics lesson when Nelson Muntz is accused of pilfering Principal Skinner's war medals. Will Nelson be expelled or will a fair trial before his peers pit principal versus principle? Then a new and magnetic student at school who's fresh off the farm has the whole student body extolling the virtues and uses of corn with strange and horrifying results. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #50
    Bart Simpson Comics (2000) 50

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    Story and Art by Sergio Aragones. Bongo Comics welcomes Sergio Aragon├ęs as a new regular featured writer and artist in the pages of Bart Simpson Comics! First, Sergio starts with a story that pits the Simpsons against our national security in 'The Simpsons Project,' and then he debuts his regular bi-monthly feature entitled, 'Maggie's Crib.' Get ready when the world's fastest cartoonist meets the world's brashest boy! And as if that wasn't enough, Sergio also provides the cover to Bart's fabulous 50th issue! Cover price $2.99.