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    Simpsons Comics #50

    Simpsons Comics » Simpsons Comics #50 - Wall or Nothing released by Bongo on August 1, 2000.

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    Wall or Nothing last edited by MattieWashburn on 10/05/21 11:42PM View full history

    1. Greetings (by Matt Groening)

    Celebrates 50 issues of the Simpsons

    1. Wall or Nothing (written by Neil Alsip)

    There's a water supply war and it's Upper Springfield vs Lower Springfield.

    1. Catch of the Day (Radioactive Man, Fallout Boy / written by Scott Gimple)

    An ad for Krusty Snack Cakes (a Hostess Fruit Pie parody)

    1. The 1001 Costumes of Bartman (written by Chuck Dixon)

    2. Love Gory (Itchy & Scratchy / written by Scott Cuningham)

    Fight, fight, fight ...

    1. Krusty's 11 (Krusty the Clown / written by Doug Tuber, Tim Maile, Steve Luchsinger )

    Think Ocean's 11...

    1. Planet of the Strange-O's (Radioactive Man / written by Jesse Leon McCann, Robert L. Graff)

    A porta-potty is a gateway to a Bizarro universe

    1. Lisa Simpson in Li'l Goodfellas (written by Gail Simone)

    Are gangsters emtering the babysitting racket?

    1. ...Inside Bongo Comics! (written by Gail Simone)

    A comic bookized Matt Groening gives a Bongo office tour.

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