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Treehouse of Horror (1995) comic books

  • Issue #1
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 1

    Written by Mike Allred. Art by Luis Escobar, Bill Morrison, and Mike Allred. Cover credited to Matt Groening. Parody of Little Shop of Horrors. Written by Jeff Smith, Stephanie Gladden, and Bill Morrison. Parody of Call Me Ishmael. Written by James Robinson. Art by Chris Roman and Bill Morrison. Parody of Cat People. Bart Simpson as a paper doll activity page. Based on The Simpsons TV show. 52 pages, full color. $2.95. Cover price $2.95.

  • Issue #2
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 2

    Written by Paul dini. Art by Bill Morrison and Tim Bavington. Cover by Bill Morrison. Sideshow Bob is transformed into a horrendous blob who wants to destroy all of Springfield. Written by Peter Bagge. Art by Stephanie Gladden and Tim Bavington. Lisa is possessed by the spirit of the pop star Madonna and Marge is desperate for help. Peter Bagge comments on not being able to watch horror movies. Based on The Simpsons TV show. 52 pages, full color. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #3
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 3

    Written by Evan Dorkin. Art by Bill Morrison Stephanie Gladden, and Tim Bavington. Cover by Bill Morrison. Nobody believes Homer's claims of an alien invasion. Written by Scott Gimple and Bill Morrison. Art by Bill Morrison. The kids use Professor Frink to scare Homer and get their Halloween candy back. Based on The Simpsons TV show. 52 pages, full color. $2.50. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 4

    Written by Chuck Dixon. Art by Phil Ortiz and Tim Bavington. Cover by Bill Morrison. The Christmas tree bought by the Simpsons is actually the vanguard for an alien invasion. Written by Batton Lash. Art by Julius Priete and Tim Bavington. Rigel Four, Springfield Zero illustration by Geof Darrow. Based on The Simpsons TV show. Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 5

    by Aragones, Napel, Thompson, & Morrison Chortle with glee as Lisa reduces her high school to rubble while demonstrating her motto of better living through vegetarianism. Frolic amidst tombstones and skeletons in Mexico as the Simpsons live through The Day of the Dead. Gasp in astonishment as the whole family is teleported into the nether regions of space ? their only chance of survival resting in the hands of a quick-witted Kwik-E clerk and an articulate cat. FC, 48pg" Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #6/ANNUAL2000
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 6/ANNUAL2000
    Published Sep 2000 by Bongo.

    by Various It's time again for Treehouse Terror! Prepare yourself to be scared silly by the monstrous talents of the comic industry, both young and old! Jim Mahfood (Grrl Scouts, Zombie Boy, Clerks) guides Ned Flanders through the pits of Hell, when Rod and Todd are possessed by demons, turning Springfield upside down! C. Scott Morse (Soulwind, Visitations, Volcanic Revolver) paints the town red with a tale of a beast, a bar, and the redemptive power of beer. Peter Kuper (Eye of the Beholder, The System, MAD's Spy Vs. Spy) goes ?Kafka' on Homer Simpson, when he metamorphisizes him into a cockroach! And finally, Veteran Archie artist and pin-up pioneer Dan DeCarlo, and Bongo's own Bill Morrison, take ?weird' science into their own hands, play God, and create a modern Prometheus in a story of adolescence, acne, and re-animation, called "Young Frinkenstein!" Scream with delight as Bongo dishes out a helpful heaping of Halloween horror! Printed on recycled paper with post-consumer waste. FC, 64pg. Direct Edition cover has issue #6, Newsstand Edition has Annual 2000 Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #7/ANNUAL2001
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 7/ANNUAL2001
    Published Oct 2001 by Bongo.

    2001 Annual (#7). Written by Garth Ennis. Art by John McCrea. Cover by Matt Groening and Bill Morrison. After seeing an Itchy and Scratchy cartoon based on the movie Alien, Bart dreams that Springfield has been invaded. Written by Troy Nixey. Art by Troy Nixey. Homer finds himself on display as a primitive man in the year 1875. Written by Mark Hamill. Art by Bill Morrison, Jason Ho, and Mike Rote. Professor Frink creates a machine that creates a "flawed" clone of Homer. Bios and Halloween tales from the guest contributors to this issue. Back cover by Dan Brereton. 68 pages, full color. $4.50. Direct Edition cover has issue #7, Newsstand Edition has Annual 2001. Cover price $4.50.

  • Issue #8
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 8

    by Templeton, Shaw, Barta, Simone, & Morrison Bart Simpson's annual tour de force of tricks and treats turns up a pleasingly putrid and asphxiatingly amusing anthology of Halloween humor. Ty Templeton (Stig's Inferno, Batman: Gotham Adventures, and Justice League Adventures) tells a tale of the Simpsons from beyond the grave, as Grampa accidentally causes the death of his loved ones, and a surprising number of grieving and greedy heirs come to claim the Simpson home. In tip of the hat to Stephen King and Big Daddy Roth, Scott Shaw (Oddball Comics!) takes you behind the wheel of a clown car gone mad in "Krustine." Hilary Barta (Splash Brannigan, Plastic Man) teaches you the ABCs of Halloween, and Gail Simone (Deadpool, Killer Princesses) delivers a ghastly goody that will leave you deliciously delirious. FC, 48pg $3.50 Cover price $3.50.

  • Issue #9
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 9

    by Boothby, Brereton, Millidge, Dini, & Bone Bongo Comics presents the tantalizingly tempting Treehouse of Horror! Join our ghastly guest group of comic creators as they contribute to this terrific tome of terror. Dan Brereton (The Nocturnals) joins forces with Ian Boothby (Powerpuff Girls) to paint a tale of a small resolute band of nine, all on a mission to rid Middle Earth of an unspeakable evil. Suddenly, the Simpsons show up and the fellowship is broken. Then, Paul Dini (Jingle Belle) and J. Bone (Allison Dare) spin a scary story of murder, torture, and revenge as Moe exacts a pound of flesh from Homer. Finally, Gary Spencer Millidge (Strangehaven) visits merry olde England for a rippingly uproarious and bloodily delirious take on the most famous serial killer of all time. Treat yourself to a tricklish time in September! FC, 48pg$4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #10
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 10

    by Various Join Bongo and it's special guest writers ? Alice Cooper, Gene Simmons, and Rob Zombie ? as they take you on a heavy metal, Halloween-inspired rock 'n' roll odyssey of head banging, heart pounding, tongue-wagging, dead-raising, nightmare-welcoming frights and frivolity guaranteed to blow your mind. And it doesn't get any better than when extra special guest writer, Pat Boone himself, gets into a metal mood and tells a twisted tale of dastardly demons and righteous redemption. The four Monsters of Rock are joined by sidemen Bill Morrison, C. Scott Morse. Tone Rodriguez, Ty Templeton, and Chris Yambar for the Halloween jam of the century! Treat yourself a terrific time of Treehouse-inspired terror and rock the night away! Heavy Metal comes to Springfield this September! FC, 48pg$4.99 Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #12
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 12

    By Kyle Baker, Tony Moore, & Eric Powell Three Eisner Award-winning masters of humor comics team-up to tell some wildly wicked and devilishly delightful Halloween howlers. Join Kyle Baker (Why I Hate Saturn, Plastic Man) as he takes a gentle fairy tale and turns it into a bloody rampage in the hands of Bart Simpson. Then Terry Moore (Strangers in Paradise) revisits the biblical story of Noah's Ark, but in this tricked-out version Homer is encouraged to build an ark so that God can exterminate all the cockroaches. And finally, Eric Powell (The Goon) provides a harrowing tale of crazed Groundskeeper Willie, hellishly bent on avenging his prized emu. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #13
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 13
    • Signed by writers Gerry Duggan & Brian Posehn and artist Bill Morrison with Lone Star Comics certificate of authenticity.

    by Various Comedians Patton Oswalt (King of Queens, Ratatouille), Brian Posehn (Just Shoot Me) and Gerry Duggan, and Thomas Lennon (Reno 911) join with Bongo's Ian Boothby and his life partner and gal pal Pia Guerra (Y: The Last Man), along with humor faves Hillary Barta and Tone Rodriguez to become Stand-Up Comics of Comics in the unluckiest and unlikeliest horror book of all-time...Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror the 13th! From ravenous fishy mutations to pygmy youth-making libations, it's a comic congregation that will stir the humours and put a horrifically happy smile on your face. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #17
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 17

    (W/A) Jane Wieldlin, Jim Woodring (W) Zander Cannon (A) Gene Ha Prepare for a trilogy of Halloween treats in this year's terrifying Treehouse of Horror! First, punk rock pixie and Go-Gos founding member Jane Wieldlin (Lady Robotika) leads Marge down the path of the walking dead; then, Zander Cannon and Gene Ha (Top Ten) offer up a remake, Simpsons-style, of the classic horror flick Nosferatu; and finally, indie artist Jim Woodring (Jim) helps Bart uncover the truth behind the biggest mystery in the history of horror comics. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #18
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 18

    (W) Jim Valentino & Various (A) Phil Noto & Various (CA) Hilary Barta A host of hellacious horror stories await you in with a witch's baleful batch of Bongo brew-haha. Jim Valentino (Shadowhawk) makes a terrifying toast to the Frankenstein monster's bride: Gerry Duggan (Attack of the Show!) and Phil Noto (Danger Girl) whet your appetite with the tale of an innocent woman forced into spawning the son of Satan; Chris and Shane Houghton (Reed Gunther) fill you with dread as they lead the Simpson family to a cabin in the woods; and much more. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #21
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 21

    Written by Arie Kaplanm, Ian Boothby and Batton Lash. Art by Ryan Rivette, James Lloyd and Bill Galvan. Cover by Jason Ho. Ned Flanders believes he has missed 'The Rapture' until he discovers that everyone who has been left behind is left-handed! Then, Apu accidentally receives a shipment of adorable gremlins intended for the sorcery shop a few doors down the block; unfortunately, he doesn't read the warning that tells him not to feed them Squishees after midnight. And visit the 'metropolitan' world of Fritz Lang (Simpsons-style), when the idle rich championed by Mr. Burns clash with the working poor led by Marge Simpson. 44 pages, full color. Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #22
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 22

    Written by Ian Boothby and Tony Digerolamo. Art by Rex Lindsey and Tone Rodriguez. Cover by Jason Ho & Various. First of all, Bongo invites everyone to visit the Retirement Castle of the Vampires! Really… even your older, bloodsucking relatives need some attention. (Visiting hours are from 9 to 6.) Then, former couple Lisa and Nelson team-up to investigate paranormal activity at Springfield Elementary, prompting them to open The Ex-Files! And something's really strange in the neighborhood when the Ghost Bashers come to town! Cover price $4.99.

  • Issue #23
    Treehouse of Horror (1995) 23

    Written by Ian Boothby, Carol Lay and Dean Rankine. Art by Tone Rodriguez, Carol Lay and Dean Rankine. Cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote and Nathan Kane. As children, Marge, Homer, Lenny, Carl and Barney were tormented by a clown that lived in the sewer. Together they defeated the face-painted fiend. Now as adults, they are about to be tormented by the same clown again. Sometimes 'IT Happens.' Then, Comic Book Guy gets a well-deserved curse placed on him by an unsuspecting citizen of Springfield. And finally, Marge is the only one standing between her family and a fungal invasion from space! 44 pages, full color. Cover price $4.99.