"The Wrong Sponge"
At Neptune City, police officers mistake SpongeBob for the criminal known as "SpongeBill."
"On the Lam"
SpongeBob chases after an accountant who ends up in prison.
On a dark and stormy night, lemonade is spilled.
"Koo-Koo for Clues"
When Detective Patrick sees a spilled drink, he thinks it was SpongeBob who did it.
SpongeBob claims he is innocent and blames the yellow moon.
"The Clarinet of Dr. Calamari"
Patrick tells the story of how after a day at the annual fair, Doctor Calamari's clarinet haunts SpongeBob and Patrick.
"The Really Long Goodbye"
SpongeBob won't leave the house until Gary finds his detective hat.
"Hermit Crabs Confidential"
This comic talks about how hermit crabs use empty shells to wear.
"Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy in Where Heroes Fear to Thread"
When Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy have to go to Crime Gully, Mermaid Man remembers the time when his yellow cape got flushed down the toilet.
"One Night in Bikini Bottom"
People are terrified of SpongeBob's shadow,
- The comics in this issue are only featured in the colors black, white, and yellow.
- The cover for this comic book is similar to the cover for SpongeBob Comics No. 6.
- In "The Wrong Sponge" comic strip, Patrick says "As I always say, liar, liar, plants for hire!" which is a reference to one of his quotes in "Life of Crime."
- In the Mermaid Man and Barnacle Boy in Where Heroes Fear to Thread comic strip, Mermaid Man reveals that he use to wear a yellow cape before Barnacle Boy became his sidekick.
- "The Clarinet of Dr. Calamari" segment is a reference to German silent horror film "The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari".
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