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The fictitious Are We There Yet? guidebook series falsely claims to have covered nonexistent towns from Lake Flaccid to Pwagmattasquarmsettport, but even if these other books and grim places existed, this lowdown on Bart's hometown would make any list of top vacation non-destinations. After a night at the Happy Earwig Hotel, you can trip the light Springtastic to the South Street Squidport, or shove Bart aside and try the Dirt Nap II game at the Noiseland Video Arcade. Catch the latest brainless blockbuster at the Googolplex Theatres, or get highbrow and catch Apu in Bright Lights, Beef Jerky at the Springfield Film Festival. Crave tunes? Try King Toot's Music Store, or nab a youth-culture CD at Suicide Notes (formerly Good Vibrations). Get a gravel rattle at Lullabuy$, the cut-rate baby emporium. Wolf a Creamycrunch Chugger at Gulp'n'Blow and dodge the swinging blade at the front door of the It's a Wonderful Knife shop. But please don't doff your radiation suit, and do read the signs: "This park is not copless, so please don't go topless." --Tim Appelo
Matt Groening, the creator and executive producer of the Emmy Award-winning series "The Simpsons," the "Life in Hell" cartoon series, and the animated Fox tv series "Futurama", is the man responsible for bringing animation to prime time.
In addition, Groening formed Bongo Comics Group in 1993 and currently serves as publisher of their four comic books -- Simpsons Comics, Itchy & Scratchy Comics, Bartman, and Radioactive Man.
Groening lives in Los Angeles, CA.
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Springfield has been one of cartoon animation's most interesting and unique cities. Where else can you visit the Kwik-E-Mart or Springfield Tire Yard? Read morePublished on March 6 2002
As a huge fan of the simpsons, i got this booking believing it would be entertaining, not for simpsons information. This is one of the most boring books I have ever read. Read morePublished on Jan. 1 2002
Ten years on TV and you think you know Springfield pretty well, but that's just the tip of the iceberg. Filled with genuinely funny material never even hinted at on screen. Read morePublished on June 17 2001 by R. Riis
This book has a truckload of information, but is only good for the true Simpsons fan. It is set up like a real travel book, and all the places in it have been visited on The... Read morePublished on June 11 2001 by Michael Scheinman
My review is relative to other Simpsons books, and this book is not as good. For diehard Simpsons fans, I highly recommend: "The Simpsons : A Complete Guide to Our Favorite... Read morePublished on May 22 2001
The Guide To Springfield.
This book is the best if you're a Simpson's fan. It tells you about Springfield. Read more
This book is not as interesting and amusing as the other Simpsons books such as "A complete guide to our favorite family" and "Bart Simpson's guide to life". Read morePublished on Dec 21 1999
This book had all the cool info that I love to learn about my fav. TV show, The Simpsons! It's got tons of cool pictures and fun facts about Springfield. Read morePublished on Dec 6 1999