Crossover Crisis II #2

The second and last installment of the Simpsons/Futurama Crossover Crisis II was released last Wednesday, but I just got my copy the day before today - also known as yesterday. For a larger image and description of the comic, head on over to the comic review section of this site, and once you've read the comic for yourself, review it!

The last few issues of Futurama Comics have been lacking much fan material. So I want you guys to send in letters saying they're doing a good job, and submit your own fan art to them also. Start emailing them today so they can have a nice amount of material to put into #20 when it's released in May.
Both the new crossover and #20 of Futurama comics can be bought at

View comments | Mar 30th 2005 |

Celebrate good times, c'mon

"Space Pilot 3000" aired March 28th, 1999. So do you know what that means?

It's Futurama's Birthday!


View comments | Mar 28th 2005 |

Bad news everyone!

Well, I have some good news and some bad news. the good news is Futurama Comics #20 will be out soon, the bad news is the new Futurama - Monster Robot Maniac Fun Collection! wont be.

Fox has formally cancelled plans for releasing the four episode single disk set in the US - for the time being. It seems as if UK will get it now instead. The May 10th date is still intact, but switched to the R2 region rather than the US R1 region. What does this mean for us in the US? Well, Fox has a good record of releasing DVDs in R2 format long before R1. So between six months and a year from now, the US version will most likely hit stores. That is a calculated guess though, judging on how they handled the seasonal box sets.

But wait, could this be a good thing? It's possible that this will actually help Futurama in the long run. Currently, Family Guy is in the limelight. No one is paying much attention to Futurama right now, and frankly I don't think a single disk DVD package will help our show out much. But once the Family Guy craze slows down in a few months, releasing a new Futurama DVD with

View comments | Mar 13th 2005 |

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