The Simpsons, Treehouse of Horror Tattoos

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Since its first episode as part of second season in 1990, the Treehouse of Horror has been a huge hit with Simpsons fans. Dark, witty, and chalk full of pop culture references, Treehouse of Horror is always sure to be a spooky addition to your Halloween festivities.

Many episodes are based loosely off of various monster movies, horror, and thriller movies and books, such as; Nightmare on Elm Street, Frankenstein, Psycho, Amityville Horror, Twilight Zone, The Exorcist, Poltergeist, The Shining, The Monkey’s Paw, King Kong, Night of the Living Dead, Dracula, The Raven, Clockwork Orange, and more.

Bart trick or treating as an executioner by Jason Ochoa while guest tattooing at Flying Panther in San Diego, CA.
Good old Flanders/Satan by Jeff Ortega at Evil From The Needle in London.
Smilin’ Homer J. by Joshua Davis at Wicked Inklination in Muswellbrook.
Grim Reaper Bart by Justin Dion at Sovereign Tattoo.
Hyper realistic, murderous Krusty the Clown doll by Mike DeVries at Redemption Tattoo in Northridge CA.


Three little bangers by Sara Eve at Artisan Tattoo in Pittsburgh PA.

Dotwork zombie Homer by Sebastian Camargo.
The Shining Homer by Wes Pratt at New Tribe Tattoos in Toronto.


The Treehouse of Horror episodes also often feature a fun alien duo, Kang and Kodos, who are always up to some sort of mischief.

Kang and Kodos by Omar Powers at Trader Bobs Tattoo Shop in St. Louis.
Kang or Kodos in a traditional rose by Drew Cottom at Amillion Tattoo.


What is your favorite Treehouse of Horror episode?


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