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Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) comic books

  • Issue #1A
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 1A
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    • Paper: White
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    • Label #1448931030
  • Issue #2
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 2

    by Rogers, King, and Morrison Planet Express is named "Best Delivery Company on Weekends and Holidays" in the Big Applet's 762nd Best of New New York issue, but, with little time to celebrate or reflect on the fact that they are the only delivery service on weekends and holidays, the crew is on their way to the farthest reaches of the galaxy to deliver a mysterious shipment for two oddly familiar customers. However, this delivery may be their last! Absolutely positively guaranteed to be there in January! FC, 32pg Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #4
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 4

    by Rogers, Cooke, & Morrison Zapp Brannigan disappears into the jungles of a distant planet, where he is made ruler and worshipped as a god! He sends only one message from the bush... the king needs a one-eyed jungle queen! The Democratic Order of Planets (DOOP) sends a reluctant Leela, Kif Kroker, Fry, and Bender up river into the heart of darkness to save him ? but they are not prepared for the unspeakably bloated horror they find there! FC, 32pg Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #5
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 5

    by Rogers, Cooke, & Morrison Fry competes on a game show hosted by Morbo in order to save Professor Farnsworth and Planet Express. However, he finds himself in way over his head when a hostile takeover creates a power play that might end up pulling the plug on Fry's lifeline. FC, 32pg Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #6
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 6

    by Rogers, Lloyd, & Morrison It's the most horrifying time of the year again as the gang at Planet Express prepare for the robot Santa Claus' annual "slay" ride. But President Nixon's head has announced that Santa's been reprogrammed to be nice this Christmas, and to prove it, the robot's going to deliver presents to anybody willing to await his arrival in Times Square on Christmas Eve. Has Santa really changed his evil ways? Or is there a plot afoot more insidious than a movie by Oliver Stone's head? And what does all this have to do with Bender winning a lifetime supply of Olde Fortran? Find out who's really being naughty and nice! Stuffing your stocking early this October! FC, 32pg$2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #7
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 7

    by Rogers, Delaney, and Morrison By now, your all familiar with the story of Phillip J. Fry and how he found his way to the 30th century by way of an ill-fated pizza delivery. What if...everything you know is, well...different. What if...instead, Fry, a man destined to change the course of human history, is, in fact, being pursued by a deadly robotic bending unit from the far-flung future bent on termination, and his only hope is a one-eyed, butt-kickin', alien beauty. Or is it? What if...we just stop saying "what if?" Suppose...you buy this comic and learn the truth? It's a past with a blast from a not so distant future in January! FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #9
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 9

    by Rogers, King, & Morrison It seems like "Great Nephew Day" creeps up on you all of a sudden, just like "Red-Headed Stepchild Day." So Fry goes in search of the perfect gift for Professor Farnsworth. Little does he know that his gift will lead to a scientifically unexplainable phenomenon that will make them both swap bodies! The whole thing turns into a really "Freaky Fry Day," and just when you were finally putting away the decorations from "Kumquat Appreciation Day!" FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #10
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 10

    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! FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #11
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 11

    by Verrone & King Fry catches a cold. One problem. The cure for the common cold was discovered and then forgotten hundreds of years ago. Now the 20th century virus is wreaking havoc on the 30th century populace, and there's only one race that can save New New York City... the sewer mutants! FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #12
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 12

    by Rogers & Delaney Fry, Leela, Bender, and Zoidberg are taken for sideshow freaks, literally, in a traveling intergalactic circus. Bender has dreams of center ring stardom, and Fry finds what would appear to be the love of his life...with the Bearded Lady. FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #13
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 13

    by Boothby and Lloyd Things go to hell in a handbasket when Bender loses his job after accidentally poisoning the Planet Express crew. But there are slim pickings on the unemployment line for a former bending unit turned toxic chef. That is, until he gets an offer he can't refuse...from the Robot Devil! Give the Robot Devil his due this May! FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #14
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 14

    by Verrone & King Bongo Comics proudly presents the first comic in history that can be read seven different ways. Six characters unleash a handful of Professor Farnsworth's better to be forgotten inventions on the third planet from the Sun for a sequential tour de force that you'll never forget. FC, 32pg $2.50 Cover price $2.50.

  • Issue #15
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 15

    by Rogers & Delaney Fry's dreams come true when he is offered the chance of a lifetime ?? to play the part of his childhood comic book hero Space Boy in a big budget, special effects filled, motion picture extravaganza!. But the life of a Hollywood star and superhero is not all its cracked up to be, and nothing can prepare him for the movie's surprise twist ending! FC, 32pg (Note Price) $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #16
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 16

    by Boothby & Lloyd When Professor Farnsworth's clone Cubert shows a slight dip in his studies and a decrease in his IQ, he is sent across the galaxy in search of a school that will save his brain from atrophying. But Cubert's not the only one sent off to boarding school. Fry, Leela, and Bender find themselves trapped in the Blackboard Jungle as well. Join us for the prologue to "The Time Bender Trilogy" ? a special Futurama story arc ? in four parts! Blast off with a comic made "Express"ly for you in January! FC, 32pg $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #17
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 17

    by Boothby & Delaney Fry, Leela, Bender, and Cubert return to Earth from last issue's outer space adventure at boarding school only to find the planet Earth complete uninhabited. But before they can figure out where everyone has gone, they are forced to defend the planet from alien invaders who try to claim it under Intergalactic Planetary Salvage Laws. Fight the Future with Futurama Comics this May! FC, 32pg $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #18
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 18

    After defending their recently uninhabited world from alien invaders, Fry, Leela, and Bender set out to discover the whereabouts of their missing colleagues as well as billions of citizens from Planet Earth. But "where are they?" soon turns into "when are they?" and "how" and "why" also make a little appearance in Part 2 of "Time Bender Trilogy." Yes, there's time travel ? so bring a change of clothes! FC, 32pg $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #19
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 19

    by Boothby and Delaney - Fry is caught in the midst of an interplanetary war, Leela has angered the gods in Ancient Greece, Bender is on trial in Salem, Mass., and the Planet Express crew along with Earth's entire population have been transported back to the Age of Dinosaurs. Will the world ever get back to normal, or is everyone totally boned? Find out in the exciting, time-bending conclusion of Bongo's biggest and best ever "thrill"-ogy! The end is near this September! FC, 32pg $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #20
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 20

    by Patric Verrone & Tom King. Never before in the history of comics has there been an issue quite like this one! Bender, feeling under-appreciated, goes off on a mind-bending, time-twisting, space continuum- shattering odyssey that will take him across the galaxy and through the offices of Bongo Comics in a mad, mad, mad, mad chase. Only you, dear reader, will be able to bring him back when "Bender Breaks Out!" 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #21
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 21

    by Rogers and Delaney. Fry takes his first trip to the dentist in over one thousand years and discovers that his dental fillings are receiving a sub space from an unknown alien race. But their friendly entreaties for peace soon turn to a declaration of war after Fry begins grinding his teeth in his sleep. 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #22
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 22

    by Boothby & Kazaleh. Bender becomes the 31st century's newest diet guru, and before long President Nixon appoints him czar of the President's Council on Physical Fitness. But too much power in the wrong robots hands is a dangerous thing, and the physically tired and huddled masses of New New York City are soon yearning to be free of Bender's tyrannical exercise regimen. 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #23
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 23

    By Boothby & Delaney. A space anomaly and some reckless piloting by Bender bring about the reappearance of one of Planet Express' earliest crew once presumed dead. But when the old crew turns out to be far superior to the current crew, one of them has to go! However, the now stellar and once interstellarly lost crew may not be all they seem to be! 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #24
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 24

    By Boothby, Lloyd, & Kazaleh. In the tradition of Futurama's annual "Anthology of Interest" episodes, Bongo Comics presents an issue of inquisitive inquiries and questionable queries that will boggle the mind when Professor Farnsworth's What If Machine reveals the alternate pasts, presents, and futures of the Planet Express crew. Witness the Santa Robot's reign of terror when we dare answer the question "What if it was X-mas every day?" Then Fry poses the question, "What if my life was more like a sit-com?" 32pgs, FCSRP: $2.99 Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #25
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 25

    By Boothby & Kazaleh Gather ?round and hear tell of the three "deliverers" who fell from the sky, and liberated the good and filthy people of Bottingham... and of the metal rebel who threw off the chains of oppression and over taxation and without faint heart challenged the dastardly sheriff...the one who robbed from the rich, gave some to the poor, and kept most of it for himself... Robot Hood! Hear ye! Hear ye! Futurama Comics will set you free this May! 32pgs, FCSRP. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #27
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 27

    by Rogers and Delaney When the Earth is wrecked by weather anomalies that threaten to destroy the entire planet, the Planet Express crew must travel to the inner core to find out what or who has caused the world to fall off of its orbit. 32pgs, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #28
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 28

    by Boothby & Kazaleh After making a delivery to the offices of one of Fry and Bender's favorite TV shows, The Scary Door, the Planet Express crew find themselves transported to a parallel dimension of sight and sound, talking dolls, and roadside diners and dates with Death and a lot of ironic plot twists! Will they ever escape? Ironically, not until they make plans to stay! 32pgs, FC Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #30
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 30

    by Wein & Kazaleh One of the benefits of living 1,000 years into the future is that all your worthless junk can suddenly become very valuable. Fry starts his own Internet auction business, but is some evil bidder doing the evil bidding of an evil biddy? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #31
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 31

    by Boothby Leela takes Nibbler to the veterinarian and gets some shocking news...her cute little Nibblonian has worms - worms that cause wormholes. Nibbler's disgusting ability to open portals to new worlds at the drop of a... well, you know, is at first considered a blessing, until the two-way wormholes put the DOOP in deep doo-doo! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #32
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 32

    by Boothby Zoidberg heroically spreads goodwill throughout the universe while traveling through time and space in a Port-A-Potty, righting wrongs and restoring order, which begs the question: is the good doctor in the correct sci-fi series this month? Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #33
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 33

    by Boothby & Valenti It's a comic of gargantuan proportions when Amy accidentally spritzes herself with a less than refreshing enlarging spray. Soon Amy is an unstoppable and unfashionable behemoth unceremoniously destroying New New York City. Not to mention that Bender bites off more bit torrents than he can chew as a video pirate, and the 50-foot Amy is soon on a collision course with his classic film-inspired flights of fancy. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #34
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 34

    by Rogers and Kazaleh A thousand years ago, Philip J. Fry bought a star from the star registry for his girlfriend Michelle, which has since been upgraded to planet status. After being rebuffed by Leela for the 1,000th time, Fry reconnects with his 30th century-shy ex, and together they inhabit a planet all their own. Be transported to a whole new world! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #36
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 36

    by Boothby & Lloyd Fry, Leela, and Bender are off on another adventure, when they make a delivery to New New New England, a planet very much like Victorian England where they find themselves in the midst of a mystery that needs solving and a serial deleter, Jak the Ripper, who is erasing the memories of unsuspecting robots. Also, feeling a little left out Amy, Hermes, and Zoidberg go on an earthbound adventure of their own - with less than stellar results. You won't know Jak this March! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #37
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 37

    by Boothby & Lloyd Leela and Fry are abducted by members of Aliens for the Ethical Treatment of Humans and 'liberated' on a nearby farm planet. But they soon find out there is nothing safe about a planet populated by vicious Transfarmers. Meanwhile, Bender's latest get rich scheme goes haywire, reversing the robot's magnetism, and making him more repellant than ever! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #38
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 38

    by Boothby & Lloyd Leela gets little respect as captain from Fry and Bender. But when The Planet Express ship crash lands on a jungle planet, scattering the crew, Leela's made queen by the local natives, while Fry, finding the lifeless and strip-mined body of Bender, decides to seek revenge on those who killed his best friend. There's a rumble in the jungle this July! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #41
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 41

    by Rogers & Delaney Professor Farnsworth's son/clone and Hermes' son Dean are sent off to DOOP space cadet camp on Mars along with Leela and Fry as camp counselors, but the camp is a front for President Nixon's far more devious plan! Meanwhile, Bender takes the opportunity to reconnect with his ol' fraternity brothers at Robot House and is in for a surprise of his own. Blast off on a comic misadventure this January! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #42
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 42

    (W) Verrone, Verrone (A) Lloyd The fossilized remains of Fry's loyal 20th century canine Seymour go missing, and in no time the Planet Express crew find themselves on Sirius K-9, a planet inhabited entirely by man's best friend. But it soon becomes apparent that dogs and delivery men don't mix, and the inhabitants of Earth better get ready to beg or they will soon roll over and play dead - for real! Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #43
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 43

    Written by Ian Boothby. Art by John Delaney. Fry finds himself short on cash, so he moonlights for a company that specializes in selling products to people while they sleep. But when Fry finds himself in the middle of one of Leela's dreams, he decides to do everything in his power to make her dream come true. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #44
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 44

    Written by Boothby. Art by Pepoy. Fry and Zapp Brannigan challenge each other to a space race to the end of universe, and Leela's in for a big surprise when she discovers that she's the prize. However, the biggest surprise awaits the wacky racers on a cannonball run to deep space - the absolute nothingness and utter void at the finish line! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #47
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 47

    Written by Verrone. Art by Lloyd. When Professor Farnsworth's latest invention gives Bender the ability to fly, the misanthropic robot finds that he has the power to save the world. But with great power comes great responsibility, and Bender wants no part of it. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #56
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 56

    (W/A) Boothby, Kazaleh, Pepoy After blowing up the Earth... well, actually an Earth-sized fast food restaurant, Fry is sentenced to work off the damages, only to discover that he has a special talent for worldwide fast food delivery techniques in a story we could only call... 'Do You Want Fry with That?' Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #57
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 57

    (W) McCann (A) Delaney, Pepoy What would have happened if Fry traveled back in time 100 or so years to a sci-fi influenced, industrialized Victorian Age rather than three thousand years into the future? You are about to find out as the Planet Express crew goes steampunk! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #61
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 61

    (W) Ian Boothby (A) John Delaney (CA) Jason Ho, Andrew Pepoy Bender takes charge of a bot scout, but after declaring that membership is for robots only, he is soon challenged by Leela's all-girl, evil mutant troop. Not wanting to be left out, Fry forms a troop of his own, with himself as its only member! When Planet Express sponsors a field trip and delivery competition, Fry, Leela, and Bender set out to prove to each other who has the top troop! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #62
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 62

    (W) Jesse Leon McCann (A) John Delaney & Various (CA) Jason Ho, Mike Rote After being dragged through an asteroid field, Leela is found drifting in space with no memory of who she is - that is until Zapp Brannigan claims her as his bride. Plus, in breaking news, Morbo gets his own back-up feature. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #63
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 63

    (W) Ian Boothby (A) Tone Rodriguez (CA) John Delaney, Andrew Pepoy The Planet Express crew makes a delivery to the robot pleasure planet of Shangri-linux, where the atmosphere is lethal to humans, and so Professor Farnsworth simply transfers both Fry and Leela's consciousness into robots that share their likeness. But everything starts to go awry when Bender realizes the unsuspecting and vacationing robots are being mindwiped and turned into slaves. Is it time for Bender to grow a conscience? Don't bet on it. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #67
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 67

    (W) Ian Boothby (A) James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy (CA) Jason Ho, Mike Rote While at a seafood restaurant called The Tartar House, Zoidberg gets unstuck in time, ricocheting from the past to the future, but he's going to need the help of the Planet Express crew in the present to prevent all life on Earth from being destroyed! Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #72
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 72

    Written by Eric Rogers. Art by James Lloyd. Cover by Jason Ho. After Leela saves Zapp Brannigan and his barely covered backside from the gravitational pull of a black hole, she is made captain of the Nimbus, leaving Zapp to fill another void as the new pilot at Planet Express. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #74
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 74

    Written by Ian Boothby. Art by James Lloyd and Andrew Pepoy. Cover by Jason Ho. When Bender accidentally causes the Professor's 'What If' machine to explode, the city of New New York is divided into multiple 'What If' scenarios. Only Bender and Fry are unaffected and must gather the parts needed to repair the machine to return things to normal. They enlist the help of a Zoidberg who is from a world where he is incredibly lucky, a Leela who never left the mutant underground and is painfully shy, and a Professor who just happens to be a kangaroo. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #75
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 75

    Written by Ian Boothby. Art by James Lloyd. Cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote and Nathan Kane. The Planet Express ship is destroyed while on a mission in space, the entire crew including Professor Farnsworth, Amy, and Zoidberg must take refuge in a makeshift spaceship - made out of Bender! Trapped in space without a propulsion system and forced to live in close quarters, the crew must survive not only the many computer viruses infecting the robot but something even more deadly - one another! 28 pages, full color. Cover price $2.99.

  • Issue #78
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 78

    Written by Ian Boothby. Art by James Lloyd and Robert Stanley. Cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote and Nathan Kane. When an intergalactic gazillionaire comes to visit Earth to find an heir, Bender poses as a Little Orphan Android to win over the futuristic sugar Daddy Warbucks. But this financially loaded tycoon has more on his mind than taking in a fiendishly lovable tyke - try hunting him for sport! 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #79
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 79

    Written by Ian Boothby. Art by Tone Rodriguez. Cover by Jason Ho, Mike Rote and Nathan Kane. The Planet Express crew is surprised to learn that Kif has come down with a rare fatal disease and has only a week to live. In keeping with Amphibiosan tradition, Leela and Amy attempt to throw a funeral that he can really enjoy before he passes on, but Kif has other ideas, plenty of other ideas. Meanwhile, Bender gets bent out of shape over Professor Farnsworth's new vacuum cleaner, the Room Runner. 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.

  • Issue #80
    Futurama Comics (2000 Bongo) 80

    Written by Ian Boothby. Art by James Lloyd. Cover by Jason Ho. When President Nixon discovers that the population is getting too smart to re-elect him again, he gets Dr. Wernstrom to create a machine that will make everyone stupider until Election Day. However, the Dumbsday device affects everyone but Fry, making him 'the smartest man in the world.' 28 pages, full color. Cover price $3.99.