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Simpsons Comics Made Like The Show By Fan Voice Artists

Get ready to say “Whoo-hoo!Simpsons fans, as one YouTuber has gone the extra mile for Springfield’s first family. A channel dedicated to Simpsons analysis has done a deep dive on several Simpsons’ comics and helped bring them to life in an extremely fun manner.

There are few cultural phenomena that are as big as The Simpsons was in its heyday. Matt Groening’s loveable, yet dysfunctional family took the world by storm with their outrageous humor, witty observances and overall heart. The show was so big that capitalizing on FOX’s number one show was only a matter of time. Before long, the beloved characters could be found in video games, toys, clothes and, thanks to Groening’s Bongo Comics publishing company, official Simpsons comics. Though defunct now, Bongo published hundreds of stories that tickled the ribs of any fan of Homer or Bart’s shenanigans.

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Now the less-seen adventures of the Simpson family are having some new life breathed into them in a truly creative way. YouTuber TheRealJims runs a channel that reviews and analyzes various aspects of The Simpsons, such as episodes, characters and mysteries in the show. In a break from his usual discussions, TheRealJims posted a video on YouTube that broaches the topic of The Simpsons comics to see if they were a valuable addition to the series’ franchise. To make the video more engaging, TheRealJims brought in voice actor Jayden Libran who, among his many roles, has also worked on The Simpsons. The video reviews several issues of Simpsons Comics, with Libran popping in to act out several scenes with a remarkably impressive vocal range.

 

Fans went nuts in the comments of the video, with endless compliments to Libran over his uncanny imitations. In addition to the praise, many users discussed their own memories of Simpsons Comics, remembering it as a worthy, if not zany, companion to the animated series. But TheRealJims’ video does a fantastic job showing that tie-in comics can be valuable additions to a franchise and deserve to be taken a bit more seriously.

It’s not exactly uncommon for television shows, movies or video games to get comic books that tie into a particular property. These comics can be adaptations, prequels or, as seen with The Simpsons, supplemental material for an outrageously popular series. Tie-in books can be interesting ways of adding to a franchise’s library in a way that can appeal to fans and newbies. However, sometimes these comics don’t achieve the same sort of popularity as the material they originate from and can be glossed over even by fans. But the collaboration between TheRealJims and Jayden Libran proves that tie-in comics can carry the same spirit of the properties they spin off from, even if they’re missing voice acting or other elements. Hopefully this experiment has opened up a number of fans’ eyes and has them running to see if their Comic Book Guy has any back issues of any Simpsons comics.

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Simpsons Comics Made Like The Show By Fan Voice Artists

Get ready to say “Whoo-hoo!” Simpsons fans, as one YouTuber has gone the extra mile for Springfield’s first family. A channel dedicated to Simpsons analysis has done a deep dive on several Simpsons’ comics and helped bring them to life in an extremely fun manner.
There are few cultural phenomena that are as big as The Simpsons was in its heyday. Matt Groening’s loveable, yet dysfunctional family took the world by storm with their outrageous humor, witty observances and overall heart. The show was so big that capitalizing on FOX’s number one show was only a matter of time. Before long, the beloved characters could be found in video games, toys, clothes and, thanks to Groening’s Bongo Comics publishing company, official Simpsons comics. Though defunct now, Bongo published hundreds of stories that tickled the ribs of any fan of Homer or Bart’s shenanigans.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
Now the less-seen adventures of the Simpson family are having some new life breathed into them in a truly creative way. YouTuber TheRealJims runs a channel that reviews and analyzes various aspects of The Simpsons, such as episodes, characters and mysteries in the show. In a break from his usual discussions, TheRealJims posted a video on YouTube that broaches the topic of The Simpsons comics to see if they were a valuable addition to the series’ franchise. To make the video more engaging, TheRealJims brought in voice actor Jayden Libran who, among his many roles, has also worked on The Simpsons. The video reviews several issues of Simpsons Comics, with Libran popping in to act out several scenes with a remarkably impressive vocal range.

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Fans went nuts in the comments of the video, with endless compliments to Libran over his uncanny imitations. In addition to the praise, many users discussed their own memories of Simpsons Comics, remembering it as a worthy, if not zany, companion to the animated series. But TheRealJims’ video does a fantastic job showing that tie-in comics can be valuable additions to a franchise and deserve to be taken a bit more seriously.
It’s not exactly uncommon for television shows, movies or video games to get comic books that tie into a particular property. These comics can be adaptations, prequels or, as seen with The Simpsons, supplemental material for an outrageously popular series. Tie-in books can be interesting ways of adding to a franchise’s library in a way that can appeal to fans and newbies. However, sometimes these comics don’t achieve the same sort of popularity as the material they originate from and can be glossed over even by fans. But the collaboration between TheRealJims and Jayden Libran proves that tie-in comics can carry the same spirit of the properties they spin off from, even if they’re missing voice acting or other elements. Hopefully this experiment has opened up a number of fans’ eyes and has them running to see if their Comic Book Guy has any back issues of any Simpsons comics.

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Simpsons Comics Made Like The Show By Fan Voice Artists

Get ready to say “Whoo-hoo!” Simpsons fans, as one YouTuber has gone the extra mile for Springfield’s first family. A channel dedicated to Simpsons analysis has done a deep dive on several Simpsons’ comics and helped bring them to life in an extremely fun manner.
There are few cultural phenomena that are as big as The Simpsons was in its heyday. Matt Groening’s loveable, yet dysfunctional family took the world by storm with their outrageous humor, witty observances and overall heart. The show was so big that capitalizing on FOX’s number one show was only a matter of time. Before long, the beloved characters could be found in video games, toys, clothes and, thanks to Groening’s Bongo Comics publishing company, official Simpsons comics. Though defunct now, Bongo published hundreds of stories that tickled the ribs of any fan of Homer or Bart’s shenanigans.
SCREENRANT VIDEO OF THE DAY
Now the less-seen adventures of the Simpson family are having some new life breathed into them in a truly creative way. YouTuber TheRealJims runs a channel that reviews and analyzes various aspects of The Simpsons, such as episodes, characters and mysteries in the show. In a break from his usual discussions, TheRealJims posted a video on YouTube that broaches the topic of The Simpsons comics to see if they were a valuable addition to the series’ franchise. To make the video more engaging, TheRealJims brought in voice actor Jayden Libran who, among his many roles, has also worked on The Simpsons. The video reviews several issues of Simpsons Comics, with Libran popping in to act out several scenes with a remarkably impressive vocal range.

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Fans went nuts in the comments of the video, with endless compliments to Libran over his uncanny imitations. In addition to the praise, many users discussed their own memories of Simpsons Comics, remembering it as a worthy, if not zany, companion to the animated series. But TheRealJims’ video does a fantastic job showing that tie-in comics can be valuable additions to a franchise and deserve to be taken a bit more seriously.
It’s not exactly uncommon for television shows, movies or video games to get comic books that tie into a particular property. These comics can be adaptations, prequels or, as seen with The Simpsons, supplemental material for an outrageously popular series. Tie-in books can be interesting ways of adding to a franchise’s library in a way that can appeal to fans and newbies. However, sometimes these comics don’t achieve the same sort of popularity as the material they originate from and can be glossed over even by fans. But the collaboration between TheRealJims and Jayden Libran proves that tie-in comics can carry the same spirit of the properties they spin off from, even if they’re missing voice acting or other elements. Hopefully this experiment has opened up a number of fans’ eyes and has them running to see if their Comic Book Guy has any back issues of any Simpsons comics.

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Source: TheRealJims

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