“It’s always the one you least suspect.” Kidrobot and The Simpsons’ Halloween collectible is a 6.5″-tall figure of the Devil as Ned Flanders from the 1993 episode Treehouse of Horror IV. The glow-in-the-dark edition is limited to 500 pieces but costs the same as the regular toy.
State Bicycle Co.’s backpack is decked out in sprinkle-covered donuts, just like the one Homer snarfs down. The weatherproof Cordura bag offers an expandable roll-top, a reflective front panel, and pockets for a water bottle, a bicycle U-lock, and a padded one for a laptop.
Aside from sleeping at the Springfield nuclear plant, Homer Simpson has had more than a hundred other jobs. Vox averaged his salaries from the past three decades and came up with a depressing conclusion: that Homer reflects the plight of the middle class American.
The Simpsons has both reflected and influenced pop culture for much of its 26+ year run. But did you know the series also managed to predict (or potentially caused the creation of) a number of inventions? Does this mean we can blame them for Farmville? And autocorrect.
John Hatfield took YouTuber Omni Verse’s video collage of 554 The Simpsons episodes all playing at the same time and turned it into a 360º video. We’d tell you to watch it with virtual reality headsets, but we don’t know what kind of hell we might be throwing you into.
(Gore) Master of blood and guts and Play-doh-mation Lee Hardcastle created his inimitable take on the classic Simpsons’ couch gag, with a creepy and disturbing take that’s sure to fill your nightmares. We can say with 100% certainty that FOX won’t be running this one.