US Postal Service to Release "Simpsons" Stamps


13 Responses to “US Postal Service to Release "Simpsons" Stamps”

  1. Anonymous says:

    Given the problems they have at the USPS, I would like to see Gil on one of those.

  2. neurolux says:

    Oh crap! When did stamps go up to 44 cents?

    • Antinous / Moderator says:

      When did stamps go up to 44 cents?

      You made me look at the stamps in my desk that I bought about a year ago. They don’t have a number value. They say “first-class forever.”

  3. darren says:

    A tasteful memorial to a fantastic TV show that died about 10 long years ago.

  4. Anonymous says:


  5. Chris Spurgeon says:

    re #4, yeah, the US government obtained the rights to the Simpsons characters, both for the stamps themselves and for related marketing the USPS may do around the stamps. I don’t know, but I would be very surprised if the goverment paid for the rights, given what huge great publicity it is for the Simpsons.

  6. Stefan Jones says:

    Stamps go to 44 cents in May.

    I have plenty of 41 cent and “forever” stamps, but I’ll buy a set of Simpsons stamps for sending Christmas cards and the like.

  7. Chris Spurgeon says:

    Love the slightly old school look (season 2 or so) of the characters!

  8. Brainspore says:

    Congratulations Mr. Silverman, you have now officially lived down your role in animating “Turbo Teen” back in 1984.

  9. Slowermo says:

    Is Homer being choked?

  10. dainel says:

    Keeping in mind the earlier article about Dune, did the USPS paid licensing fees to use this IP? Are they going to suddenly get a C&D from Fox?

  11. Bevin says:


    Anyone willing to mail a letter to me in Canada once these are released? ;)

  12. Crashproof says:

    And to think Simpsons t-shirts were banned from my high school… a big Nelson “Ha, ha!” to that.

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