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Written & Art by Gregg Schigiel & Variantious Cover by Brian SmithA trio of thalassic-themed tales starring everyone's favorite pelagic pals from a fleet of coastal creators! In 'Squirrel Scouts,' Sandy introduces SpongeBob and Patrick to the world of sash-wearing, badge-earning, and cookie-selling! Then Plankton duplicates himself in 'Only the Clonely.' In 'Daze Off,' SpongeBob's vacation day is haunted by Krabby Patty hallucinations. All these plus more natatorial nuttiness from James Kochalka, Maris Wicks, and more!
Written & Art by Derek Drymon & Variantious Cover by Shawn MartinbroughNautical Noir! In an issue featuring only the colors black, white, and yellow, Bikini Bottom is revealed as a soggy center of underwater crime, suspense, and paranoia. In 'The Wrong Sponge,' SpongeBob is framed for the crime of vase-theft! And only Patrick can save him-so he's sunk. Then in 'On the Lam,' meet a thief pursued across the oceans by this one relentless little square guy. And once you read 'The Clarinet of Dr. Calamari,' you'll never look at octopi, reed instruments, or German Expressionist cinema the same! Plus: learn why Mermaid Man fears Crime Gully, see Patrick solve a non-crime, and more!
Written by Jay Lender & Various Art by Jacob Chabot & Various Cover by George O'ConnorSquidward is determined to educate those morons SpongeBob and Patrick about the glories of classic myths and legends. What could possibly go wrong? It's not like evil spirits in the Bikini Bottom Museum of (Not Actually) History could possess Patrick and make him take on qualities of destructive deities from world mythology, right/ Also, see SpongeBob take in an exile from King Neptune's court! Learn about sea monsters of fact and fable! And thrill to a battle of the beards as King Neptune takes on the Flying Dutchman!
Written by Gregg Schigiel & David Lewman Art by Gregg Schigiel & Vincent DePorter Cover by Gregg Schigiel'Who Is Mermaid Girl?' Part 1 of 2. Sandy and SpongeBob set out to discover the identity of the mysterious Mermaid Girl-a plucky heroine who has aided Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy for years. But first they have to confront the deadly, non-dexterous Hammerhands Shark! Also, Mr. Krabs tricks Patrick and SpongeBob into cutting his mother's terrifying lawn in 'Mama Trauma'. Plus: Meet SpongeBob's new imaginary friend - courtesy of your real friend James Kochalka (Quit Your Job) - and check out Patrick's horrifying new look, as designed by David DeGrand (Garfield, Uncle Grampa).
Written by Joey Weiser & Gregg Schigiel Art by Carolyn Nowak & Gregg Schigiel Cover by Joey WeiserWhat's SpongeBob to do when a litter of six baby snails is left meowing and hungry on his pineapple's doorstep? And what's Gary to do when all of SpongeBob's time is taken up by the cuddly critters? Find out in 'Litter Box Blues,' featuring the art of Ignatz Award-nominee Carolyn Nowack. Plus, in 'Who Is Mermaid Girl?' (Part 2), SpongeBob and Sandy are getting closer to the truth about Mermaid Girl's identity - and the final clue lies in a legendary lost episode of the 'Mermaid Man' television show!
Written by Derek Drymon & Jay Lender Art by Jacob Chabot & Vincent DePorter Cover by Jacob ChabotNobody calls Sandy Cheeks a 'tenderfoot' - but when the gauntlet is thrown by SpongeBob and Patrick, she's on a tear to prove she's the most rugged outdoo
Written by Derek Drymon & David Lewman Art by Jerry Ordway & Scott Roberts Cover by Jerry OrdwayPencils the Pirate, the buccaneer who draws all yer fav'rit SpongeBob funnies, has gone mad, and two pirate fans must track down the wayward artist to get their grimy paws on the latest comic starring their favorite sea sponge! It's a tale of treasure and betrayal with amazing art by Jerry Ordway (Superman, Avengers) and Dave DeGrand (MAD, Garfield). Also: SpongeBob terrifies Bikini Bottom with his remote-controlled Mermaid Man action figure, a snooty sponge visits from another dimension, and we all learn some freaky facts about the history of swimming!