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Bongo raises the bar with the premier volume of its brand new Simpsons Comics trade series Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume 1. The Simpsons notoriety will be hard to keep under wraps with this brand new collection of comic stories that will catapult them once again onto the world stage. This new series, Colossal Compendium, will maintain the same recognizable ser Bongo raises the bar with the premier volume of its brand new Simpsons Comics trade series Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume 1. The Simpsons notoriety will be hard to keep under wraps with this brand new collection of comic stories that will catapult them once again onto the world stage. This new series, Colossal Compendium, will maintain the same recognizable series name throughout its run. Each volume will also have a unique name and volume number. Each collection will have a minimum of 5 comics, chosen carefully and specifically because the comics work together to provide a deeper, darker meaning than each on its own. Each new volume boasts upgraded heavier paper, and increased page count to 176 pages and includes a unique and collectible paper craft. As the series progresses, fans will be able to assemble their own three-dimensional version of the city of Springfield and usher in a paper paradise! Volume 1 kicks it off with a replica of Moe’s Tavern. The series will also feature artwork on the spine that creates an image of the Simpsons family when the volumes are aligned on the book shelf. The series will ultimately encapsulate Simpsons Comics issues #106 - #199. It is all the Simpsons Comics fun that fans have come to expect wrapped in an invigorating new package.


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Bongo raises the bar with the premier volume of its brand new Simpsons Comics trade series Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume 1. The Simpsons notoriety will be hard to keep under wraps with this brand new collection of comic stories that will catapult them once again onto the world stage. This new series, Colossal Compendium, will maintain the same recognizable ser Bongo raises the bar with the premier volume of its brand new Simpsons Comics trade series Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume 1. The Simpsons notoriety will be hard to keep under wraps with this brand new collection of comic stories that will catapult them once again onto the world stage. This new series, Colossal Compendium, will maintain the same recognizable series name throughout its run. Each volume will also have a unique name and volume number. Each collection will have a minimum of 5 comics, chosen carefully and specifically because the comics work together to provide a deeper, darker meaning than each on its own. Each new volume boasts upgraded heavier paper, and increased page count to 176 pages and includes a unique and collectible paper craft. As the series progresses, fans will be able to assemble their own three-dimensional version of the city of Springfield and usher in a paper paradise! Volume 1 kicks it off with a replica of Moe’s Tavern. The series will also feature artwork on the spine that creates an image of the Simpsons family when the volumes are aligned on the book shelf. The series will ultimately encapsulate Simpsons Comics issues #106 - #199. It is all the Simpsons Comics fun that fans have come to expect wrapped in an invigorating new package.

30 review for Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium: Volume 1

  1. 4 out of 5

    Tanner

    2.5 This was an okay comic. I would not recommend it for anyone who does not like the show because it was very similar to the show. The thing I personally like most about the show is hearing all the different voices from the characters. You did get to read from most of the people from the town of Springfield. Overall I was not expecting much from this comic and that's why I'm not super disappointed with it. If you like comics/ the Simpsons you more then likely will enjoy this comic. 2.5 This was an okay comic. I would not recommend it for anyone who does not like the show because it was very similar to the show. The thing I personally like most about the show is hearing all the different voices from the characters. You did get to read from most of the people from the town of Springfield. Overall I was not expecting much from this comic and that's why I'm not super disappointed with it. If you like comics/ the Simpsons you more then likely will enjoy this comic.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Johannes Pohl

    Overall a good read. Faithful to the TV show in terms of humor and character portrayal. Some stories were more entertaining than others, and I have to agree with my fellow reviewers that I wasn’t too fond of the Radioactive Man stories.

  3. 4 out of 5

    SHNARK

    hahahah! in this book Bart calls the president of Russia.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Joshua Unruh

    This may make me sound like a pretentious jerk, but every now and then a piece of art comes across my desk that makes me scratch my head and wonder why it exists. It's usually commercial art, often in support of an existing copyright or property. Sometimes, these pieces surprise me. For instance, the novelizations of the original Robotech series and the Dick Tracy movie are AMAZING. But these are exceptions. A lot of time, they're a tenth Batman or Wolverine title or something that almost reads This may make me sound like a pretentious jerk, but every now and then a piece of art comes across my desk that makes me scratch my head and wonder why it exists. It's usually commercial art, often in support of an existing copyright or property. Sometimes, these pieces surprise me. For instance, the novelizations of the original Robotech series and the Dick Tracy movie are AMAZING. But these are exceptions. A lot of time, they're a tenth Batman or Wolverine title or something that almost reads like (hopefully well executed) fanfic. Which brings us to the Simpsons Comics Colossal Compendium Volume One. Now with an intro like that, I should probably immediately say that there isn't anything wrong with this collection. There are a handful of genuinely funny and well-executed pieces of humor in this thing. But right next to them is a comic book adaptation of a totally nonexistent Radioactive Man movie. Which also isn't terrible or anything. It's just sorta a curiosity. Like Beetles Pez dispensers or lamps made from a stuffed monkey corpse. And that's where I come down on this whole volume. A few of the gags are truly inspired, not just for a Simpson audience but for any audience. There are even a few comic book related genre gags that I personally appreciated (and one with a decent twist ending if you're a Simpsons fan). The art is more or less exactly what you'd expect from a Simpsons book (in a good way). The printing is clean, the coloring is bright, and the binding is strong. There's even a little cutout of the Android's Dungeon in the back that'll be fun to put on your desk at work for a few weeks. But the overall experience is like eatcing rice cakes with a little peanut butter on them. Sure, there's the peanut butter, but mostly there's just rice cake. This is a book that exists to make sure Simpsons fans have something else to spend their money on. If you aren't a die-hard Simpsons fan, this isn't going to rock either your world or your socks. However, if you ARE a huge Simpsons fan, there's a lot to love. Like I said, most of the time the art is so polished it looks like stills from the show. There are all manner of in-gags and expansions and interesting ideas that will really wow the Simpsons lover. This book was created just for you by people who also seem to really love the property. Buy it and enjoy it as the love letter to you that it is.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Daniel Rojas

    Simpson Comics Colossal Compedium Volume One by Matt Groening is such a great book/compilation of comics that is full of action, craziness, and most important of all, comedy and utter laughter. The famous and widely known Simpson family that brings laughter and enjoyment to people around the world happily brought it to me when I decided to embark on this journey of a compilement of stories surrounding the family. Starting with the craziness that Bart Simpson causes at the state fair, from doubli Simpson Comics Colossal Compedium Volume One by Matt Groening is such a great book/compilation of comics that is full of action, craziness, and most important of all, comedy and utter laughter. The famous and widely known Simpson family that brings laughter and enjoyment to people around the world happily brought it to me when I decided to embark on this journey of a compilement of stories surrounding the family. Starting with the craziness that Bart Simpson causes at the state fair, from doubling his money through a cheap lie to losing all of his money in the blink of an eye, and finally ruining the fair along with his father. This book goes from this crazy fair experience to an even crazier junk food school rule that drives bart to sneak some food in. Thes two stories plus the many mini stories along with the in Simpsons world comic revolving around the superhero and his sidekick Radioactive Man and Fallout Boy. This is such a great book that I recommend to all Simpson or comic lovers. Or, just somebody in need of a laugh.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Dann

    Hilarity awaits in the Simpsons Comic Colossal Compendium: Volume One, a ruckus and entertaining collection of the best of the Simpsons’ comics. Featuring the Simpsons’ misadventures at a local fair, several superhero tales of Bartman and Friends, some multiplayer online gaming, and a visit to the future Simpsons museum, the stories are quite creative and fun. The animation is very well-done, and has the look and feel of the television series. And the humor has the same wit and satirical edge. A Hilarity awaits in the Simpsons Comic Colossal Compendium: Volume One, a ruckus and entertaining collection of the best of the Simpsons’ comics. Featuring the Simpsons’ misadventures at a local fair, several superhero tales of Bartman and Friends, some multiplayer online gaming, and a visit to the future Simpsons museum, the stories are quite creative and fun. The animation is very well-done, and has the look and feel of the television series. And the humor has the same wit and satirical edge. Also, the comics make good use of the characters (even C-listers) without seeming forced or pandering. Simpsons Comic Colossal Compendium: Volume One is an excellent supplement for fans who just can’t get enough.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Joseph Hare

    I'm a huge fan of The Simpsons but I haven't read the comic series in many years, I decided to buy a compilation to get back into it but found myself very disappointed with the selection of stories. Way too much superhero stuff, most of the stories are outlandish and absurd and nothing like The Simpsons at all. I get that its an old franchise and the writers need to come up with original content but I felt like I was reading another comic altogether. I'm a huge fan of The Simpsons but I haven't read the comic series in many years, I decided to buy a compilation to get back into it but found myself very disappointed with the selection of stories. Way too much superhero stuff, most of the stories are outlandish and absurd and nothing like The Simpsons at all. I get that its an old franchise and the writers need to come up with original content but I felt like I was reading another comic altogether.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Samantha

    A very disappointing set of strips. It had way too many comic book satires and most of it was radioactive man filler. I just want funny comic strips of Bart and Homer, not other comic parodies. Get Bart Simpson big shot instead.

  9. 5 out of 5

    NIkki

    OK kind of messed up enjoyed it

  10. 5 out of 5

    Chloe

    It was awesome!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Brian

    It is a normal Simpsons comic very funny but it was very messy. He would be in a changing room then the next page he would because a superhero out of no where.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Jordan

    This was my first Simpson comic and i really loved it

  13. 4 out of 5

    Vincent

    Pretty good. It made me laugh and that makes me happy.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Holli

    Yuck. The drawings weren't too bad. However the plots were sooo exaggerated, ridiculous and boring. Yuck. The drawings weren't too bad. However the plots were sooo exaggerated, ridiculous and boring.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ms. B

    I thought it was funny and not too dated. (The copyright is 2013.)

  16. 4 out of 5

    Keeshanth

    very good

  17. 4 out of 5

    Leslie

    Volume one includes these comic books: Radioactive Man #8. Simpsons Comics 150, 156, 161, 182, 184. Simpsons Super Spectacular #1 & #2. The Simpsons Summer Shindig #1 & #3.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Collin

    it was a very funny read

  19. 5 out of 5

    Kellen Smith

  20. 5 out of 5

    Su

  21. 5 out of 5

    Рарити

  22. 5 out of 5

    OTIS

  23. 4 out of 5

    Jan0009683

  24. 4 out of 5

    Teresa

  25. 5 out of 5

    Carrie Breech

  26. 4 out of 5

    Tom

  27. 5 out of 5

    Kevin Gentilcore

  28. 5 out of 5

    Jack

  29. 4 out of 5

    Kristen Maiorini

  30. 4 out of 5

    jack will

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