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How to Go to Hell

Life in Hell was the syndicated newspaper cartoon strip by Matt Groening which ran in the States during the 80s and early 90s. Asked to turn the characters into TV animation, Groening instead developed The Simpsons, retaining many of the characteristics of Binky, Bongo, Sheba, Jeff and Akbar in the series. In a world where The Simpsons and Futurama are as popular as ever, these hellish cartoons featuring Matt Groening's zany brand of comic genius are simply gold dust.
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Continued synergy with Fox ensures that 'The Simpsons' receives maximum exposure in the media 'The Simpsons' to be relaunched on Channel Four in 2004 with massive exposure These cartoons are Matt Groening's favourites and he will be visiting the UK to promote them

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Matt Groening is the genius behind `The Simpsons' and `Futurama'. Which says it all really.


"America's sharpest cartoon strip" Observer"Hilarious, wise and subversive" Newsday"No other cartoonist these days is more fatalistic -- or funnier" Booklist"The jokes hit too close to home" LA Times"Groening's wit is double-edged, cutting ferociously from hilarity to painful, recognizable truth" Saturday Review"Funniest, most sneakily radical strip in the country" Village Voice

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