The couch gag on The Simpsons will be little bit special (and longer) this week. It’s an 80s-themed one, filled with neon lights and a beefy Homer.
You’d have missed it if you split before the end of the episode, but tucked away in the credits of Treehouse of Horror XXVI was a little shout-out to the most horrific game of all: Destiny.
Homer... has... changed. As if the original opening credits of The Simpsons weren’t full of small gags, French artist Yoann Hervo redrew the whole thing in a really trippy, nightmarish way.
Harry Shearer, the talented voice actor behind Mr. Burns, Ned Flanders, and a number of other iconic Simpsons characters (Otto! Dr. Hibbert! Rainier Wolfcastle!), will remain with the show for at least the next two years, Fox announced today (via THR).
This is probably how Springfield will look like in a few decades. Until then here’s an impressive remake of Akira’s classic trailer, made by the folks over at the Bartkira project, turning everything Akira into everything Simpsons.
Harry Shearer, who for decades has worked as one of the stars of The Simpsons—lending his voice to characters like Ned Flanders, Mr. Burns, Principal Skinner and Waylon Smithers—has seemingly announced he will no longer be working on the show.
An official instruction sheet featuring a meaty list of level, team and fun packs coming to the toy-driven LEGO Dimensions proves once and for all that my wallet is truly fucked come September.
Following up on last year's spectacular Simpsons house set, LEGO returns to Springfield with one of the fictional town's most iconic retail establishments. Your own miniature Kwik-E-Mart franchise can be yours in May for $200.
Only one guy is a better person than Bruce Wayne, and even he's a bit of an outsider.
Over one hundred characters in The Simpsons are voiced by twelve very talented people—and here's a breakdown of who does what. Click on the top left magnifying glass to enlarge.
Michael Baxter, an Australian prison guard, has more Simpsons characters tattooed on his body than I can either remember or recognise.
If you're a cable subscriber, you can now stream and watch every single episode of The Simpsons on your computer, tablet, or Xbox, so long as your provider supports the FXX Now app. Every single episode!
CGI Simpsons? Anime Simpsons? Despicable Me Simpsons? As much as I enjoy the originals, last night's Treehouse of Horror episode left me yearning for these alternate reality versions of America's first family.
Here's 25 years' worth of Simpsons couch gags. All playing at the same time. You (by which I mean your ears) have been warned.
It's one of the most famous Simpsons episodes of all, and its trademark musical number one of Phil Hartman's most memorable turns in the series, so it was fitting that over the weekend the man who made it all happen - Conan O'Brien, who wrote the episode - performed the Monorail song live.
Here is a PSA for all of you fine Kotaku readers: starting today at 10am Eastern, FXX is broadcasting every single episode of The Simpsons, non-stop. Every single one.