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The essential companion for anyone celebrating Halloween – Simpsons style! Now Simpsons fans can trick or treat along with their favourite family with this compendium of tips and features, including how to monster–proof your room, how to tell if your babysitter is a witch, and how all the citizens of Springfield celebrate Halloween. Plus, they'll enjoy three complete issues The essential companion for anyone celebrating Halloween – Simpsons style! Now Simpsons fans can trick or treat along with their favourite family with this compendium of tips and features, including how to monster–proof your room, how to tell if your babysitter is a witch, and how all the citizens of Springfield celebrate Halloween. Plus, they'll enjoy three complete issues of Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror comics. The Simpsons is the 12th–most–watched show among all age groups, and the longest–running animated television serries ever with more than 200 episodes. The highly anticipated Halloween show is The Simpsonsߨighest rated episode each year. Boo!


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The essential companion for anyone celebrating Halloween – Simpsons style! Now Simpsons fans can trick or treat along with their favourite family with this compendium of tips and features, including how to monster–proof your room, how to tell if your babysitter is a witch, and how all the citizens of Springfield celebrate Halloween. Plus, they'll enjoy three complete issues The essential companion for anyone celebrating Halloween – Simpsons style! Now Simpsons fans can trick or treat along with their favourite family with this compendium of tips and features, including how to monster–proof your room, how to tell if your babysitter is a witch, and how all the citizens of Springfield celebrate Halloween. Plus, they'll enjoy three complete issues of Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror comics. The Simpsons is the 12th–most–watched show among all age groups, and the longest–running animated television serries ever with more than 200 episodes. The highly anticipated Halloween show is The Simpsonsߨighest rated episode each year. Boo!

30 review for Bart Simpson's Treehouse of Horror: Heebie-Jeebie Hullabaloo

  1. 5 out of 5

    Artemy

    A fun collection of Treehouse of Horror short stories, in the same vein as the TV show. Some stories are good, some not so much, but overall I enjoyed this book. I was also surprised to see names like Paul Dini, James Robinson and Mike Allred on writing credits in some of these stories! And looking at later issues, there are people like Mark Hamill, Garth Ennis, Gail Simone, Eric Powell, Terry Moore and so many other comic book and pop culture superstars writing and drawing Treehouse of Horror! A fun collection of Treehouse of Horror short stories, in the same vein as the TV show. Some stories are good, some not so much, but overall I enjoyed this book. I was also surprised to see names like Paul Dini, James Robinson and Mike Allred on writing credits in some of these stories! And looking at later issues, there are people like Mark Hamill, Garth Ennis, Gail Simone, Eric Powell, Terry Moore and so many other comic book and pop culture superstars writing and drawing Treehouse of Horror! Now I feel obligated to catch up on this entire series. I haven’t felt that excited about The Simpsons in years!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Dann

    Full of laughs, Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror: Heebie-Jeebie Hullabaloo is a hilariously funny graphic novel. The book features 6 short stories of the strange and bizarre, along with various Halloween guides, Kang and Kodos advertisements, and Captain McCallister’s Stories of the Briny Deep. The writing is especially good, with a lot of witty satire and clever parodies. And the Simpsons catalog of characters is used incredibly well throughout the various stories and featurettes. An extraord Full of laughs, Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror: Heebie-Jeebie Hullabaloo is a hilariously funny graphic novel. The book features 6 short stories of the strange and bizarre, along with various Halloween guides, Kang and Kodos advertisements, and Captain McCallister’s Stories of the Briny Deep. The writing is especially good, with a lot of witty satire and clever parodies. And the Simpsons catalog of characters is used incredibly well throughout the various stories and featurettes. An extraordinarily fun comic, Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror: Heebie-Jeebie Hullabaloo is a must read for Simpsons fans.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Book Addict Shaun

    I can still remember the first time I bought this book, it was the first Simpsons Comic I bought and I absolutely loved it. Unfortunately I don't know whether I still have it in the house, however I remember LOVING the three pictures at the back of the book and loving the stories contained within. I haven't read many of the comics but if they are half as good as this one then I missed out as a kid.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Faris Morgan

    Wow, I remember buying this years ago when I was in school. I waited over 2 weeks for it to be delivered and loved every moment reading it. I must have been 12 years old or something. I would sit in bed for ages reading it cover to cover. There were cutouts in the book too, but I never did them because the book was just too precious lol.

  5. 4 out of 5

    Kiki

    sooo simpsons....maksa nyeremin padahal kocak dan konyol. Broy gave me this book as a birthday present. he sent it from canada. ihiksss...tararengkyu so much, buddy! the funniest part is when one of the monster is looking for human brain then it met homer. it just happened that the monster left him just like that after it shook homer's head. unfortunately...homer got no brain! :-D lol

  6. 4 out of 5

    Samantha

    Apart from the Sea Captain's tales and Abe Simpson's horror story, this was the strongest Simpsons comic book that I've read for a while. Highlights include the Invasion of the body snatchers, the alien adverts and Springfield in Hell.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Chris Orme

    27/100 (2019 Reading Challenge) The Halloween Simpsons episodes are always fun, this continues the tradition of spoofing classic horror movies. A nice nostalgia hit collecting the first 3 Halloween comics with some random Halloween gag stuff. Some laughs & enjoyable for what it is. 27/100 (2019 Reading Challenge) The Halloween Simpsons episodes are always fun, this continues the tradition of spoofing classic horror movies. A nice nostalgia hit collecting the first 3 Halloween comics with some random Halloween gag stuff. Some laughs & enjoyable for what it is.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Rob McMonigal

    A great collection of horror-themed Simpsons stuff. See my review here: http://trebro.livejournal.com/276504.... A great collection of horror-themed Simpsons stuff. See my review here: http://trebro.livejournal.com/276504....

  9. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    The funny bits are funny, and the filler is tedious, and there's way more of the latter.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alyssa

    Can't read anything it won't pull up and let me read

  11. 5 out of 5

    angrykitty

    love the simpsons. love these halloween comics. one of the great things about these, is that they aren't just a comic version of the halloween episode....

  12. 5 out of 5

    Kaethe Douglas

    Not my favorite ever, but funny.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Garrison Kelly

    It's the perfect combination of scariness and silliness.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Andy Humphreys

    I loved reading the Treehouse of Horror Simpson's comics growing up, but somehow this one always eluded me. I enjoyed reading this, but I was surprised by how much more adult it was compared to the normal comics. Not only is everything horror-related, but even the language and gags are a bit more high-brow, which sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. Speaking of the language, the writers haven't done the best job at capturing how the characters speak and what they would say, but there's still s I loved reading the Treehouse of Horror Simpson's comics growing up, but somehow this one always eluded me. I enjoyed reading this, but I was surprised by how much more adult it was compared to the normal comics. Not only is everything horror-related, but even the language and gags are a bit more high-brow, which sometimes works and sometimes doesn't. Speaking of the language, the writers haven't done the best job at capturing how the characters speak and what they would say, but there's still some great moments in there that feel right out of the show's golden years. All the stories are in reference, or paying homage, to classic films in the genre, like Invasion of the Body Snatchers, Little Shop of Horrors, the Blob and The Exorcist. There's also two tall tales from Captain McAllister which are okay, but not as good as some of the one-off/filler stuff from the later treehouse of Horror graphic novels. That being said, there's still some other good bits in there, like the Flanders guide to Halloween and monster-proofing your room. Overall, there' some great stuff in here if you're a Simpsons fan, even more so if you like horror, but the writing just doesn't sound like The Simpsons in certain places.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Arman Waggoner

    Simpsons AND Halloween Horror, sign me up

  16. 4 out of 5

    Melissa James

    great to read around Halloween!

  17. 5 out of 5

    Adam Frior

  18. 4 out of 5

    Anastacia Russell

  19. 4 out of 5

    Greg

  20. 4 out of 5

    Tommy

  21. 4 out of 5

    Asher Green

  22. 4 out of 5

    Billy

  23. 4 out of 5

    Milo Tindle

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kath

  25. 4 out of 5

    Marc Bryant

  26. 4 out of 5

    Nathan

  27. 4 out of 5

    Pjh139

  28. 4 out of 5

    Jon Y.

  29. 4 out of 5

    Hanna

  30. 4 out of 5

    Emily

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