The Simpson Futurama Crossover Crisis (Apr., $24.95) by Matt Groening compiles four comics encased in a double diecut slipcase and packaged with a facsimile Simpsons Comics #1 from 1993. 75,000 first printing.
School Days: Cartoons from the New Yorker (Apr., $9.99), edited by Robert Mankoff, collects 100 cartoons celebrating the educational system.
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Don't Even Think About It!: 101 Dangerous Things Not to Do Before You Grow Old (May, $15.95) by Richard Wilson also outlines such necessary skills as how to drill a hole and how to tell a good joke.
Complete Worst-Case Scenario Survival Handbook: Man Skills (Apr., $24.95) by Joshua Piven and David Borgenicht collects 100 of the most manly scenarios from the series; includes CD, e-cards, and more.
Secrets of a Jewish Mother: Real Advice, Real Stories, Real Love (Apr., $25.95) by Jill Zarin et al. dispenses wisdom from The Real Housewives of New York City star and her mom and sister.
Bee Keeping (June, $25) by Samantha Bee delivers buzz-worthy perspectives from the Daily Show correspondent.
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Where's Michael? and Many Others... (May., $14.95) by Xavier Waterkeyn encourages readers to find the king of pop along with other “missing” characters.
Other People's Rejection Letters (May, $22.50) by Bill Shapiro gathers celebrities' bad-news missives. 50,000 first printing.
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We're All Doomed! (Mar., $14.95) by Mike Haskins introduces the bona fide, myriad, scientifically based problems that really are going to extinguish life as we know it.
Everything I Need to Know I Learned from Peanuts (Apr., $12.95) by Charles M. Schulz dispenses the wit and wisdom of Mr. C. Brown and friends.
The Littlest Bitch (Apr., $14.95) by David Quinn and Michael Davis, illus. by Devon Devereaux. This darkly comic fable stars the ultimate bad seed—a five-year-old channeling her inner CEO.
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When Grandmama Fell Off the Boat: The Best of Harry Graham (Apr., $14.95) presents more wicked limericks from the author of Ruthless Rhymes for Heartless Homes.
Guide for the Unlucky: A Pop-Up Book (Mar., $19.95) by Kyle Bean. The world's best-known superstitions are matched with humorous advice on avoiding misfortune.
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The Broon's Book O'Gairdenin' Wisdoms (Apr., $19.95) contains unique and useful advice from Scotland's favorite comic strip family.