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McFarlane Toys has posted information which clarifies their 2007 Simpsons lineup (a number of products had been switched around). There will be two regular series of figures and boxed sets, plus additional products to coincide with the release of the Simpsons movie. Without further ado, here's the 2007 Simpsons lineup:

**The Simpsons Series 1 (March 2007)
• Simple Simpson
• Why You... Homer and Bart
• Kamp Krusty
• Treehouse of Horrors: Marge and Homer in the Belly of the Boss
• The Simpsons Boxed Set -- Itchy & Scratchy: Spay Anything

**The Simpsons Boxed Set -- The Island of Dr. Hibbert (August 2007)

**The Simpsons Series 2 (September 2007)
• Treehouse of Horrors: The Raven
• Homer & Krusty of 'Homie the Clown'
• Good/Evil Homer
• Radioactive Man & Fallout Boy

**The Simpsons Boxed Set -- Lard Lad (October 2007)

**In addition to these, the Clarks Toys website makes mention of six all-new Simpsons figures and two boxed sets due out in June, based on the Simpsons movie:
• Featuring sound clips - with the press of a button, hear dialog taken directly from the motion picture soundtrack!
• High collectibility – limited run figures will be sought after by Simpsons enthusiasts, action figure collectors and McFarlane Toys fans
• Four movie mayhem figures interlock to create a complete movie scene

Thanks to members Floor Pie and Xequae for the heads up.

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