On The Shelf: Bongo Comics November 2015 Solicitations



Written by Ian Boothby, Max Davison, art by Jason Ho, Mike Rote, cover by Jason Ho.

When the snow is too deep for the police to do their work, Chief Wiggum forces Homer to take his plow out of retirement to help him solve crimes. Then, Homer’s longstanding and unfulfilled promise to take the kids camping takes a turn for the worst, right into the middle of a snowstorm. And all we need to say is “Yippee-Ki-Yay, Mr. Flanders!” and any “die-hard” Simpson fan knows what lies in store!

48 pages, $4.99.


Written by Michael Saikan, Christine Seghers, cover by Jason Ho.

Professor Frink’s newest invention can predict the future employment of all the students at Springfield Elementary, but it isn’t a field day for Frink when the children’s reaction to Career Day turns into a mini-melee. Then, when Bart and Lisa put their minds together, they come up with one humdinger of a Malibu Stacy adventure.

32 pages, $2.99.


Written by Ian Boothby and various, art by Igor Baranko and various.

Designated drivers and designs on drunks are the farthest thing from Duffman’s real dreams when he turns in his six-packs for a new life. But who will fill the void and belly up to the bar when Duffman is no more? Then, Lisa matches wits with Principal Skinner in a Springfield Elementary whodunit, and discover the legend of “Bartzan and the Ancient Forbidden Golden City of Gold!”

48 pages, $3.99.


Written by Ian Boothby, art by James Lloyd, Andrew Pepoy, cover by Jason Ho.

Fry complains that New New York City seems to be changing overnight, and after pulling an all-nighter by drinking a can hyper-caffeinated Slurm, he discovers an alien race called the Developers are actually changing the city for the better overnight — while the city sleeps! But is “better” really better? Not for Bender!

32 pages, $2.99.

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