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Simpsons Comics Barn Burner, brought to you by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, takes the blue–ribbon prize for being one jimdandy of a good time. Get ready for the dadburndest, rootin'–tootin'–est riot of cotton–pickin' Simpsons comics EVER! First, Bart takes his life in his hands when he rats out the school bullies. Next, Homer squares off against Diamond Joe Simpsons Comics Barn Burner, brought to you by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, takes the blue–ribbon prize for being one jimdandy of a good time. Get ready for the dadburndest, rootin'–tootin'–est riot of cotton–pickin' Simpsons comics EVER! First, Bart takes his life in his hands when he rats out the school bullies. Next, Homer squares off against Diamond Joe Quimby when he runs for mayor. And when the kids from Springfield form their own boy band, nobody's eardrums are safe. Then watch the oven mitts come off when Smithers moves in and starts catering to Homer's every need ... leaving Marge out in the cold. And read all about it when Bart makes headlines and learns the true meaning of yellow journalism. Cap it all off with a story of biblical proportions, and you've got one bronco–bustin', banjo–pluckin', cattle–rustlin', moonshinin', hog–tossin', tobacky–spittin', mule kickin', cousin–kissin' collection that'll have you promenadin' across the floor at the next ice–cream social. This big, burstin' barrel o' fun will have you plum–tuckered out from laughter.


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Simpsons Comics Barn Burner, brought to you by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, takes the blue–ribbon prize for being one jimdandy of a good time. Get ready for the dadburndest, rootin'–tootin'–est riot of cotton–pickin' Simpsons comics EVER! First, Bart takes his life in his hands when he rats out the school bullies. Next, Homer squares off against Diamond Joe Simpsons Comics Barn Burner, brought to you by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, takes the blue–ribbon prize for being one jimdandy of a good time. Get ready for the dadburndest, rootin'–tootin'–est riot of cotton–pickin' Simpsons comics EVER! First, Bart takes his life in his hands when he rats out the school bullies. Next, Homer squares off against Diamond Joe Quimby when he runs for mayor. And when the kids from Springfield form their own boy band, nobody's eardrums are safe. Then watch the oven mitts come off when Smithers moves in and starts catering to Homer's every need ... leaving Marge out in the cold. And read all about it when Bart makes headlines and learns the true meaning of yellow journalism. Cap it all off with a story of biblical proportions, and you've got one bronco–bustin', banjo–pluckin', cattle–rustlin', moonshinin', hog–tossin', tobacky–spittin', mule kickin', cousin–kissin' collection that'll have you promenadin' across the floor at the next ice–cream social. This big, burstin' barrel o' fun will have you plum–tuckered out from laughter.

30 review for Simpsons Comics Barn Burner

  1. 4 out of 5

    Jesus Monreal

    The Simpsons The book I am going to finish by 2/14/13 is a comic book about a family named the Simpson’s. I like to read these types of books because when I read them I can imagine what is happening in the book and it helps me understand the book more with what is going on. These books have different stories for each chapter and all the chapters are like one whole book in just a few pages. From the chapters or story is the one when Marge, Homer's wife is competing against Homer's personal assist The Simpsons The book I am going to finish by 2/14/13 is a comic book about a family named the Simpson’s. I like to read these types of books because when I read them I can imagine what is happening in the book and it helps me understand the book more with what is going on. These books have different stories for each chapter and all the chapters are like one whole book in just a few pages. From the chapters or story is the one when Marge, Homer's wife is competing against Homer's personal assistant because she thinks she is getting in their marriage, so they compete serving Homer what he likes like food, his beers and other stuff he likes. At the end of that story Homer messes up his assistant Barbie collection and his assistant quits and Marge wins Homer back. Another story that i read is the one where Homer tries to make a band ok five kids, including his son Bart Simpson. Homer figures out that none of the kids have talent except for one of them that could sing so what Homer did is that the ones who didn't had talent were pretending they were singing and the voice was the one of the kid who could sing recorded in the video. The band became famous until one day one of the kids who didn’t got to be in the band told the fans that they were fake that they couldn’t sing. At the end they were getting ready they were nervous to do a concert and the were thinking what can they do so they decided that they were going to end the band. So that time was their last moments of being famous but at least everything went back to normal. I think that I am going to check out the same type of book next time because it helps me understand the book better and I really enjoy reading these types of books.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Paul

    This reprints Simpsons Comics issues #57 - 63. Nothing special here, from my perspective. There are a few scattered ironic twists, and I'm certain if you scanned the pages carefully, would find more. It isn't worth it to read it twice, however. But that's my opinion. My wife read this as well. Now she normally does not read 'graphic novels', although in this case the pejorative 'funny book' would be more apt, particularly as it is a collection of funny books (ah, a throwback to the early days of This reprints Simpsons Comics issues #57 - 63. Nothing special here, from my perspective. There are a few scattered ironic twists, and I'm certain if you scanned the pages carefully, would find more. It isn't worth it to read it twice, however. But that's my opinion. My wife read this as well. Now she normally does not read 'graphic novels', although in this case the pejorative 'funny book' would be more apt, particularly as it is a collection of funny books (ah, a throwback to the early days of comic books, when they were nothing more than collections of comic strips that had run in the newspaper). What goes around comes around... but I digress. In any case, I was quite taken with her comments. I may be taking them out of context, but if I'm reading them right, she really sees this tome as an inspiration to readers as well as a medical miracle. Her two comments were: "This put me to sleep." Clearly, it cures insomnia. What a great benefit to mankind !!! "I would rather read a 5,000 page book than this." Wow, this book must really be special to inspire such a love of reading. D'oh !! Recommended listening while reading: Look at All Those Idiots, from Simpsons Sing the Blues http://www.amazon.com/Simpsons-Sing-B...

  3. 4 out of 5

    Josh

    This is so not normally something I would ever read. I haven't read a comic book/graphic novel since I was in about 4th or 5th grade. It's not that I personally ever looked down upon them. It's just that this was never really an area that sparked my interest. I only read this one because I purchased it for my students, and I wanted to make sure there was nothing inappropriate in it. The Simpsons have a history of sending mixed messages to young kids and teens. So then why am I purchasing this fo This is so not normally something I would ever read. I haven't read a comic book/graphic novel since I was in about 4th or 5th grade. It's not that I personally ever looked down upon them. It's just that this was never really an area that sparked my interest. I only read this one because I purchased it for my students, and I wanted to make sure there was nothing inappropriate in it. The Simpsons have a history of sending mixed messages to young kids and teens. So then why am I purchasing this for my classroom? Well, I guess it's to get interesting items that the kids would like to read. I did enjoy this as there are some very funny stories with oddball tangents and stories that never go exactly where you think they are going to. I found these stories goofy, mindless, and an easy way to pass the time. And if it gets students reading, then I am all for it.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Meinardo

    It is about Homer is doing funny stuff and he likes donuts. And Bart is doing gross stuff There are not any awards won. Behold the power that is Bart. pg.13 The simpson comics is one of my favourite comics because it’s funny and in the book there are different stories to add to the simpson trillige. Also the stories are so much like the simpsons. There’s this one story where bart has to do write an esa about a famous hero and the person who writes the best esa gets a free supply of slushes for a ye It is about Homer is doing funny stuff and he likes donuts. And Bart is doing gross stuff There are not any awards won. Behold the power that is Bart. pg.13 The simpson comics is one of my favourite comics because it’s funny and in the book there are different stories to add to the simpson trillige. Also the stories are so much like the simpsons. There’s this one story where bart has to do write an esa about a famous hero and the person who writes the best esa gets a free supply of slushes for a year. Then he makes a plan to make a new fact about a famous hero.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Susan

    There were some good ones at the beginning (nothing particularly amazing) but I thought the last few at the end of the anthology were pretty boring. Not the best collection, though enjoyable. Malibu Burns is disturbing. Grade: B-

  6. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca

    Chill chill :)

  7. 5 out of 5

    foundfoundfound

    lardo comics wonder ian boothby is a storyline genius.

  8. 5 out of 5

    JoAlice

    It's an ok read

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ben

    This book is hilarious I recommend it for everyone!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Anthony

    I have read most simpsons comics and they are all awesome so you should read them for fun, because they are hilarious.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Thurston

    Brilliant with another wonderful dose of political satire

  12. 5 out of 5

    Lisa

    If you like comic and the Simpsons, you'll enjoy reading this comic book with 11 different stories featuring the Simpsons within it.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Ondra Král

    Pan Burns exceluje v posledním golfovém příběhu, jinak klasičtí komiksoví Simpsonovi v dobrém i zlém. Překvapilo mě, že jeden příběh psala Gale Simon

  14. 4 out of 5

    Lennon Boy 482

  15. 5 out of 5

    Jonah

  16. 5 out of 5

    Dylan Valine

  17. 5 out of 5

    William L

  18. 4 out of 5

    Melki

  19. 4 out of 5

    Johnny D

  20. 4 out of 5

    Taylor

  21. 5 out of 5

    Jesus Corona

  22. 4 out of 5

    Earth

  23. 5 out of 5

    Jimmy Leavens

  24. 4 out of 5

    Jennifer

  25. 5 out of 5

    Liz

  26. 5 out of 5

    Alice Rachel

  27. 4 out of 5

    PaniStrach

  28. 5 out of 5

    carlos carter

  29. 5 out of 5

    Patrick O'Loughlin

  30. 5 out of 5

    Brad Cerenzia

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