Gimple to make matters worse flies in the face of tradition by not reverting things to the status quo. The book ends with a definite change that would have to be carried over into the next episode. The Simpsons only did this with the death of Maude Flanders. Nearly every episode reverts back to the start or a point that can be glossed over in the next story. Homer becomes an astronaut, but by the end of the story everybody's celebrating the carbon control rod while Homer's drinking beer on the sofa. Again, half the fun of this Simpsons signature is watching and wondering how it will be done. This issue is simply put very dull and lacks the spark of imagination I'm used to seeing. Read Full Review
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