On this page we cram all the various images that don't fit somewhere else. Much of this gallery is what we call real-world Simpsons: pictures from outside the Simpsons universe, encompassing photos, adverts and artwork.
For high quality Simpsons pictures, head over to the regular image gallery.
This stuff is really cool. The Halloween series of Simpsons Comics (Bart Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Comics) features comic strips in many different artwork styles. Below are just a few samples of this and other artwork from Simpsons Comics, I think you'll agree they look neat!
Similar to regular drawings, however the characters are given a slightly menacing look. (THOH #5)
Apu On Rigel 7:
Strip uses thick black lines and dark charcoal-like coloring. (THOH #5)
Homer has had a nightmare and wakes up...to find its not over. Nice shading on this one. (THOH #6)
From Duffs Till Dawn:
Vector-style chunky shapes, outlines are mostly a light brown instead of black. Picture shows Groundskeeper Willy who is telling the story. (THOH #6)
In Springfield No-One Can Hear You Scream:
Bart running away from some creatures. Artwork is similar to Apu On Rigel 7. Total black shading. (THOH #7)
Looks like a "real-life" comic, with Homer adding a splash of color to the otherwise dreary red-gray background. (THOH #7)
Destroy All Simpsons:
Back cover from THOH comics #7.
Tales From The Kwik-E-Mart:
A very nice bright, pastelly comic strip. Picture shows the Simpsons at the dinner table. (THOH #8)
The Power Plant Of Pain:
Dark and creepy colours make this evil story come to life. (THOH #8)
The Cask Of Amontilla-D'oh!:
Some cool 3D-like shading in this story about Moe's revenge on Homer... (THOH #9)
Radioactive Man poster:
From Radioactive Man comics #679.
In 2004 the BBC lost out to Channel Four in the rights to air The Simpsons. As the premiere of the show on Channel Four drew closer, they showed these "break bumpers". Made up of the Channel Four logo, these mosaic images were shown just before advert breaks.
Located in the state of Nevada, this life size replica of the Simpson home was built to mark the show's tenth anniversary. Cool, huh? Here are some photos of the house and the original floor plans by which the house was built.
Matt Groening and The Simpsons christen the house
House from outside
House from outside, closer
House from outside, garage
Matt Groening going upstairs
Living room & couch
Kitchen view 1
Kitchen view 2
Homer & Marge's bedroom
I don't know the origin of these images, but they've been all over the web for
a long long time...so they may as well be here too! These five pictures show
the evolution of the Simpsons family members from past to present to the
Evolution of Homer
Evolution of Bart
Evolution of Marge
Evolution of Lisa
Evolution of Maggie