Model Citizen Simpson; Face-Lift Feline; The Boy Who Would Not Take A Bath; Face Range last edited by mshirley27 on 08/06/23 03:25PM View full history

    Bongo rings in another Free Comic Book Day with a comical cornucopia of four-color comics and games. First, Bart becomes a model citizen for a day...with disastrous results. Then, Jimbo and the gang escalate and elevate their juvenile delinquency to new heights. Stick around for a bedtime tale with the dim but adorable Li'l Homer and go in search of the Happy Little Elves with Maggie.

    Model Citizen Simpson

    Bart behaves himself at school all day. This irony is this causes more damage and disaster than any prank he could have pulled off. he however is completely unaware of the turmoil it causes.

    Face-Lift Feline

    A very quick Itchy and Scratch cartoon. Scratchy goes in to get a face-lift by Doctor Itchy. It doesn't go well for Scratchy.

    The Boy Who Would Not Take A Bath

    A tale within a tale. Homer Simpson is a kid in this story and his mom is trying to give him a bath. So his dad reads him a bedtime story of a boy who not take a bath. The problem is instead of it motivating Homer to take a bath it inspires him not to.

    Face Range

    The bullies get together to pull off a huge prank. With writers block they turn to Bart Simpson who suggests getting a dirigible and egging the whole town. The prank goes well and Bart admires his idea.


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    A Free Comic That Still Has a Hard Time Living Up To the Cover Price! 0

    Once upon a time, Matt Groening wrote and drew comics. His wry sense of humor garnered a cult following pretty fast. Then came The Simpsons and later, Futurama. Now he sits at the head of a multimillion dollar cartoon empire. And, amidst that empire is a comic book publishing arm called Bongo Comics.Bongo Free-For-All! 2013 was Bongo's special promotional giveaway for Free Comic Book Day 2013. It features two Bart Simpson stories, one young Homer Simpson story, an Itchy and Scratchy story, and a...

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