Released April 2003
Includes Simpsons Comics #43-48 (164 pages)
Journey To The Cellar of the Kwik-E-Mart - Marge and Homer go to parent/teacher evening, leaving Bart,
Lisa, Martin and Milhouse at home with Grampa. They sneak to the Kwik-E-Mart and end up in it's cellar, searching for the
mysterious 'Brain Freeze Steve'.
Poochie! - Roger Meyer's studio finds lost storyboards and episode ideas for the failed Itchy and Scratchy
The Prime of Miss Lisa Simpson - Bart has all the teachers deported. Superintendent Chalmers decides to
make the smartest kids in each class the new teachers, so Lisa finds herself teaching the 2nd grade. However, it doesn't go
as well as planned. Lisa finally finds a way to teach the children properly, but just as she does so the real teachers arrive
back in town.
Identity Crisis - Bart (aka Bartman) needs to hide his cape and cowl, so he puts them in a box in the
attic. Later, Marge gives the box to Ned Flanders. Homer suddenly rushes out and takes almost everything out of the box. That
night, Bart needs his costume but can't find it. Luckily Santa's Little Helper digs it up in the back yard.
Hamburger's Little Helper - In a great stroke of luck, Santa's Little Helper becomes the new mascto for
Krustyburger. His agent, Nigel, makes up a false advertisement which shows Santa's Little Helper declaring he wants to divorce
the Simpsons. After the divorce is official, Santa's Little Helper goes back to the family anyway, due to barfing a Krustyburger.
Destroy All Manga! - A cartoonist spills ink everywhere, and amazingly, somehow all his cartoon creations
come to life, causing havoc throughout the house. Luckily, Mr. Sparkle, the Japanese detergent product, comes to the rescue.
Angels With Yellow Faces - Sideshow Bob is released from prison, and starts his own school of crime. He
lets Bart join, so he can kill him, but Bart becomes his best student, so he decides not to. When they plan to kidnap Mr.
Burns, the police suddenly arrive. Bob believes Bart snitched on him, and tries to kill him. Bart saves himself by giving
Bob an electric shock.
The Rise and Fall of Bartholomew J. Simpson - In the future, we see Bart in hospital, needing a new colon.
He mutters "fish logs" before he goes to have an operation, which leads Lisa on a journey around Springfield, where she discovers
something that happened when Bart was 10, and Lisa herself was at saxophone camp.
Where Has All The Flour Gone? - Ms. Krabappel gives each of her students a sack of flour. They have to
care for it as if it were a child. Bart accidentally leaves his sack of flour on a swing overnight, and in the morning he
has to make a deal with Jimbo to get it back.
Tic Tac D'oh! - Homer wants to go on a game show, but when they arrive at the studio, they walk into the
wrong recording room, causing Homer to be on a dating show instead. He is allowed to not go on his date if he competes in
another show, one where he can get killed.
Cockamamie's Cult-Alog - John, the gay man from Cockamamie's, presents special products at reduced Millenium