Praise for The Simpsons:
‘One is speechless in the face of their genius’
Nicholas Lezard, Guardian
From the Back Cover
What is Halloween without The Simpsons annual special, and what is the annual special without 'Bart Simpson’s Treehouse of Horror?' This long-awaited follow-up to the bestselling 'Bart Simpson’s Guide to Life' continues the impressive roll call of HarperCollins’s Simpsons publications.
Marvel as Lisa combines human DNA from Homer’s toenail clippings with a Venus flytrap to create a giant donut-eating plant in ‘Little Shop of Homers’. And in another spooktacular story, gasp in horror as a sleazy old enemy gets a slimy new look in a tale of murder, mayhem and mucus that Bart calls ‘Sideshow Blob’. Also see Lisa possessed by musical evil spirits in ‘The Exorsister’. And just when you thought the terror was over, you’ll chew your nails to the quick as Springfield succumbs to the ‘Immigration of the Body Snatchers’.
Prepare to cringe in fear at the maniacal monstrosity of Matt Groening’s genius.