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Bongo Comics was founded in 1993 by Steve and Cindy Vance, Bill Morrison and Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons and Futurama.

Unimpressed with how serious comics were becoming, Matt Groening decided to start his own comic company where comedy was the name of the game and Bongo Comics was born.

Bongo Comics closed down in October 2018, with the 245th issue of Simpsons Comics.


Comics

  • The Simpsons
    • Simpsons Comics (1993-2018) 245 Issues
    • Bartman (1993-1995) 6 Issues
    • Itchy & Scratchy Comics (1993-1994) 4 Issues
    • Radioactive Man Vol. 1 (1993-1994) 6 Issues
    • Krusty Comics (1995) 3 Issues
    • Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror (1995-2017) 23 Issues
    • Bart Simpson (2000-2016) 100 Issues
    • Radioactive Man Vol. 2 (2000-2004) 9 Issues
    • Simpsons Classics (reprint of Simpsons Comics, 2004–2011) 30 Issues
    • Bongo Comics Free For All (2006-2018) 13 Issues.
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    • Simpsons Super Spectacular (2005–2012) 16 Issues
    • The Simpsons Winter Wingding (2006–2015) 10 Issues
    • The Simpsons Summer Shindig (2007–2015) 9 Issues
  • Roswell, Little Green Man (1996-1999) 6 Issues
  • Futurama Comics (2000–2017) 83 Issues
  • Futurama/Simpsons Infinitely Secret Crossover Crisis (2002-2003) 2 Issues
  • Sergio Aragonés Funnies (2011-2014) 12 Issues
  • Simpsons/Futurama Crossover Crisis II (2005) 2 Issues
  • Heroes Anonymous (2003-2004) 6 Issues
  • Hopster's Tracks (1998) 2 Issues
  • SpongeBob Comics (2011-2018) 85 Issues (distribution, published by United Plankton Pictures)
    • SpongeBob Comics: Annual Size-Super Giant Swimtacular (2013-2018) 5 Issues (distribution, published by United Plankton Pictures)
    • SpongeBob Comics: Freestyle Funnies (2012-2018) 7 Issues

Single-issue publications

  • Bongo Comics Group Spectacular (1993)
  • The Official History of Bongo Comics (Fall 1993)
  • The Simpsons
    • Bartman and Radioactive Man #1 (1994)
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    • Lisa Comics (April 1995)
    • Bart Simpson's Joke Book (June 1995)
    • Radioactive Man #711 (July 2007) Promotional comic available only at 7-Eleven.

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