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The Simpsons/Futurama Crossover Crisis by Ian Boothby
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Feb 27, 2011

it was amazing
Read in May, 2010

The Worlds of Matt Groening's two most popular creations collide! And all of the characters find their almost natural counterparts: Homer and Bender have a fight and a few pints of Duff, Bart and Fry skate and play pranks, Leela encourages Lisa in some ways, Marge cares for Nibbler as he tricks her into believing he's a baby, and so on. The comic assumes that the world of Futurama is real, while The Simpsons continue to exist as a TV and comic book series. The Futurama crew get transported into the world of The Simpsons by the brainspawn, known from the episodes "The Day the Earth stood stupid" and "The Why of Fry". They enter a Simpsons comic Fry was just reading, featuring Snowball II as the new Mayor of Springfield (this comic actually exists in our world). In the second half, however, most of Springfield's known inhabitants get into the real world, i.e. New New York.

Originally published in two Futurama and two Simpsons special edition comic books, this beautifully crafted book collects them all and adds Simpsons bonus comics (including the one with Mayor Snowball II), concept artwork, and guest drawings by other comic book artists. It even comes with a facsimile reprint of the very first Simpsons comic. It's fun to read and a great present for every Simpsons and Futurama fan out there.

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