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Simpsons Comics Royale: A Super-Sized Simpson Soiree

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Fans of The Simpson's, one of the most highly rated and honoured television shows in history, will delight in this festive collection of Simpson's stories, including insightful and humorous commentary from the show's creator, Matt Groening. All new stories (featuring the whole Simpson family, as well as Itchy & Scratchy, Krusty the Clown, Bartman and Radioactive Man) combin Fans of The Simpson's, one of the most highly rated and honoured television shows in history, will delight in this festive collection of Simpson's stories, including insightful and humorous commentary from the show's creator, Matt Groening. All new stories (featuring the whole Simpson family, as well as Itchy & Scratchy, Krusty the Clown, Bartman and Radioactive Man) combined with the old favourites never before collected make this colourful treasury a must for every Simpsons devotee.


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Fans of The Simpson's, one of the most highly rated and honoured television shows in history, will delight in this festive collection of Simpson's stories, including insightful and humorous commentary from the show's creator, Matt Groening. All new stories (featuring the whole Simpson family, as well as Itchy & Scratchy, Krusty the Clown, Bartman and Radioactive Man) combin Fans of The Simpson's, one of the most highly rated and honoured television shows in history, will delight in this festive collection of Simpson's stories, including insightful and humorous commentary from the show's creator, Matt Groening. All new stories (featuring the whole Simpson family, as well as Itchy & Scratchy, Krusty the Clown, Bartman and Radioactive Man) combined with the old favourites never before collected make this colourful treasury a must for every Simpsons devotee.

52 review for Simpsons Comics Royale: A Super-Sized Simpson Soiree

  1. 5 out of 5

    H

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Using this as a placeholder too for other Simpsons/Futurama comics I probably read. I read a LOT of the Groening comics, but it's been so long, and its hard to recall the stories since they blur together esp since I watched a lot of the shows. But this is the one I'm almost most certain of reading in my youth, and I think I recall enjoying it from my wiki searches. The "wall" one feels familiar too, and the cover esp so too. Anyway, I mostly liked the comics and read a lot of them. I think they k Using this as a placeholder too for other Simpsons/Futurama comics I probably read. I read a LOT of the Groening comics, but it's been so long, and its hard to recall the stories since they blur together esp since I watched a lot of the shows. But this is the one I'm almost most certain of reading in my youth, and I think I recall enjoying it from my wiki searches. The "wall" one feels familiar too, and the cover esp so too. Anyway, I mostly liked the comics and read a lot of them. I think they keep a good consistent tone and humor to the series, and I think they're faithful and fun, even if I burnt out/outgrew them a bit. I also read some of the Simpsons Guide book thing and I think some other books related to Simpsons as well IIRC.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jace

    I got this online for $4. The only reason I picked it up is because it contains the first stories written by Gail Simone, one of my current favorite writers. Her stories are good, as are a few of the others. Some are not as great. This was my first experience reading Simpsons comics. I was pleased to see how well the humor translates into the medium. There was some stuff that made me chuckle, but it was nothing amazing.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Seth

    I'm slowly building up my personal Simpsons library. The highlights of this tenth comics collection are Matt Groening's personal reminiscences, which are friendly, genuine, and especially welcome in a franchise that has so much outgrown its creator. Nah, those pale in comparison to "The Incredibly Stimulating Life of Sideshow Mel," reprinted here in its entirety. I'm slowly building up my personal Simpsons library. The highlights of this tenth comics collection are Matt Groening's personal reminiscences, which are friendly, genuine, and especially welcome in a franchise that has so much outgrown its creator. Nah, those pale in comparison to "The Incredibly Stimulating Life of Sideshow Mel," reprinted here in its entirety.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Jesus

    I would recommend this book to any kid who loves the Simpson series and shows. This book is all over hilarious. I really like this book because it has many books within the book. It's also very entertaining and a great way to waste time. From "my butt kicking boots!" To many other ridiculous sayings but many characters!. I would rate this book a 9.5 out of 10! I would recommend this book to any kid who loves the Simpson series and shows. This book is all over hilarious. I really like this book because it has many books within the book. It's also very entertaining and a great way to waste time. From "my butt kicking boots!" To many other ridiculous sayings but many characters!. I would rate this book a 9.5 out of 10!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Marta Veenhof

    I really liked the short stories in between the comics written by Matt about his life. The last comic about Lisa was my favourite because it used poetry, referred to Alice in Wonderland, and even incorporated a crossword puzzle.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Devin Parker

    I think any Simpsons fan will like this book because I loved it.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Christy

    ahhh, Simpsons. Pointless and fun. I really enjoyed Groening's personal stories in between the comics. ahhh, Simpsons. Pointless and fun. I really enjoyed Groening's personal stories in between the comics.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Charles

    This is probably the first time where I have to say the TV show was better.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Brian

    It was okay

  10. 5 out of 5

    Aaron

    Kind of dumb, kind of bleh. Dumb bleh.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Nicolas

    This was mostly dumb. The stories were too long, too much Krusty and I hate Itchy & Scratchy. Bartman is always fun though.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Natz_x

    its a funny book lol

  13. 4 out of 5

    Erin

    always been a fan of the Simpson family.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Sean Martino

    funny comic.

  15. 5 out of 5

    tony dillard jr

    When I am feeling bogged down by the weight of the world, I turn to humor. Harley Quinn. The Tick. Deadpool. Their insanity helps make my life more sane. And then there's The Simpsons. Sometimes you need the bizarre philosophies of Homer and Bart to help make sense of things. This is an unusual collection of Simpsons Comics. It's not a reprint of full issues. Instead, it's a mix of never-before-reprinted tales and all-new comic book material. In this volume we've got a Lisa story of Wonderland p When I am feeling bogged down by the weight of the world, I turn to humor. Harley Quinn. The Tick. Deadpool. Their insanity helps make my life more sane. And then there's The Simpsons. Sometimes you need the bizarre philosophies of Homer and Bart to help make sense of things. This is an unusual collection of Simpsons Comics. It's not a reprint of full issues. Instead, it's a mix of never-before-reprinted tales and all-new comic book material. In this volume we've got a Lisa story of Wonderland proportions, Krusty takes an entourage to Hollywood, and Radioactive Man learns just what happens when you flush the toilet in a state of the art porta-potty. Sprinkled throughout this edition are a number of essays by Simpsons creator Matt Groening. His advice to those wanting to be cartoonists should be required reading for all first year art students. His reflections on his early life shows the origins of many of the icons of Springfield. But his dictionary of favorite slang words was 4 pages of wasted space. So was his 2-pager about his first bully. I would have rather had more advice or inside scoops on the history of the TV show. If anything, I now want to read some of Groening's first comic strip, Life in Hell. Considering that that series started in 1977, my birth year and FAVORITE year, how did I miss this!!! I wasn't huge on the Lisa story which was surprising since I am a huge fan of Alice in Wonderland. Like I said, some of the essays were lame. So was that Sideshow Mel multi-parter! Plus, not being a direct reprint of the comics themselves and the very unusual pacing of all those verbose interludes made for an odd pacing. Yes, this took away a lot of stress from a world full of coronavirus and done to death primaries. But it just wasn't my favorite of Simpsons books either.

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