Ian Boothby (script and plot); Bill Morrison (plot)
Phil Ortiz; John Delaney; Jason Ho; Sergio Aragones (pgs. 80-81)
Mike DeCarlo; Howard Shum; Jason Ho
Art Villanueva; Nathan Kane; Chris Ungar
Karen Bates; Chris Ungar
humor; domestic; satire-parody
Bart and Lisa discover that there is a comic book about the Simpsons (in fact, they discover the issue they are in, #100). Homer reads about himself in Simpsons #1. Only comic book guy can explain why there are comics about so many of the residents of Springfield. Issue includes ads from KrustyCO, many references to real and imaginary Bongo publications, and a visit to Springfield Comic-Con. Parodies include: Hercules; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; Jabberwocky; Julius Caesar; Scrooge McDuck and his nephews. The story ends with revelations about what mothers do with kids' old toys and comic collections.
from several issues, covers and parts of stories are re-adapted