Gail Simone on the passing of Bongo Comics

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  1. July 27, 2018

    […] – Gail Simone on the passing of Bongo Comics – It’s the end of an […]

  2. July 29, 2018

    […] Simone reflects on the closing of Bongo Comics, publisher of the Simpsons, and former […]

  3. October 16, 2018

    […] A couple months ago, at the monumental San Diego Comic-Con, Bongo’s Nathan Kane announced that after 25 years, the company Matt Groening started to publish Simpsons comics, would no longer produce any monthly books. Although they’d continue to handle other print projects, in a sense Bongo Comics would be no more. Whether it has something to do with the FOX-Disney merger, the hard times publishers are having overall, or just a decision to wind down The Simpsons empire a little, I can’t say. I know that the absence of Bongo will be felt by me, thousands of comics-lovers, Simpsons and Futurama fans, and the community of creators who’ve been telling top notch stories about America’s most famous animated family. Bongo alumni Gail Simone perhaps said it best on twitter, collected here by ComicMix. […]

  4. October 17, 2018

    […] the last issue of The Simpsons. Bongo Comics is shutting down. While this is likely not the last Simpsons comic book ever, it’s the last one from the […]