Released June 18th 1997
Includes Simpsons Comics #19-23 (120 pages)
Don't Cry For Me, Jebediah! - Bart's class must do a report on a famous person. The best report will
win a year's supply of Squishees. Upon discovering he has to do a report on Jebediah Springfield, Bart realizes he may as
well give up on the grand prize, as everyone already knows everything about Jebediah. However, he comes up with a plan, and
tricks the city into believing the statue of their beloved founder is crying real human tears.
The Artist Formerly Known As Bart - One day at the Kwik-E-Mart, Bart realizes that he and superstar
Biff Westwood look exactly the same. Soon, he hatches a plan which involves him and Biff switching places for a few days.
Bart enjoys the high life at five star hotels and television interviews, and Biff finds living with the Simpsons a nice break
from performing. However, Bart and Biff have to switch back again before Biff's next performance.
Stand and Deliverance - After yet another prank at school, Bart and Milhouse are sent to a special forest
retreat with Groundskeeper Willie. They find it difficult to hunt for food. One night, Martin discovers Principal Skinner
in a nearby cabin, and so he, Bart, and Willie prepare an ambush.
Little Big Mart - Mr. Burns offers to give Apu truckloads of cash if he opens a mega Kwik-E-Mart on
a nuclear waste site. At first, Apu's new store is a success, but soon everyone in town comes to dislike it. Apu himself starts
turning into a Mr. Burns-esque character, and only his nephew Jamshed can make things right again.
Bart de Triomphe - Bart and Milhouse win a trip to France with Krusty the Clown. However, they don't
seem welcome when they discover Krusty's show has been cancelled. Meanwhile, Ugolin and Cesar (from "The Crepes of Wrath"),
along with an unknown colleague, plan to frame Bart for alerting the police about their anti-freeze tainted wine. When Bart
and Milhouse realize the unknown colleague is Sideshow Bob, Krusty rushes in and saves the day.
Citizen Shame! - From Reverend Lovejoy's collection of "Hellfire Comics", we see a young boy based upon
Bart who does everything right, until a bunch of bullies turn him upon "hooliganism".