Questions and answers

Has Beano been discontinued?

Has Beano been discontinued?

Intended to be a member for the cancelled “New Big Five”, The Beano was planned as a pioneer of a children’s magazine that only contained comic strips in the style of American newspaper gag-a-days….The Beano.

The logo, as of 2016
Chief-Editor John Anderson
First issue 30 July 1938
Company DC Thomson
Country United Kingdom

Are old Beano and Dandy comics worth anything?

IF you’ve got old Dandy and Beano comics hiding in your attic, they could be worth a small fortune – even if they’re not in mint condition. Beano favourite Dennis the Menace reached his 70th birthday last week, and collectors are spending up to £7,000 to get their hands on rare editions.

What is a substitute for Beano?

You can put baking soda in your beans while you are cooking dried beans. You can also put carrots in your cabbage while cooking it to help avoid gas. I always soak my dry beans overnight with a pinch of baking soda..also put a pinch in the pot when I cook them.

What does Ed mean in Beano?

Sleepy Ed – Pumping Iron. Sleepy Ed – Walkies. Sleepy Ed – Just in Case.

How much was the Beano in 1970?

1970 Beano Annual The 1970 Beano Book cost 8/6.

Why is it called Beano?

The name ‘Beano’ is an English word that literally translates to ‘a grand old time’ or ‘a bean feast’ (an annual feast for workmen in the UK during the 19th century, courtesy of their bosses). Throughout the years, a number of editors have taken the wheel at The Beano, the first being George Moonie in 1938.

Is there a generic version of Beano?

The natural enzymes found in Beano products prevent gas by breaking down complex carbohydrates in the food that you eat such as beans, vegetables, and whole grains. There are no generic versions of Beano but gas-x prevention is another brand-name product that is similar.

Are there any rare Beano comics?

Most valuable and rare Beano comics worth up to £20,000 as Bananaman turns 40

  • Beano number 1 (1938) – £20,000. The first-ever edition of the Beano is considered the most valuable.
  • Beano number 2 (1938) – £4,558.
  • Beano number 4 (1938) – £3,181.
  • Beano number 21 (1938) first Christmas – £2,500.
  • Beano number 452 (1951) – £342.

Who was the creator of the Beano comic strip?

For The Beano (initially called “The Beano Comic” until 1950), Low received comic strip suggestions by Reg Carter, an English illustrator in Sussex who had created funnies for several British comics and designed humourous postcards.

What kind of humour does The Beano show have?

The style of Beano humour has shifted noticeably over the years, though the longstanding tradition of anarchic humour has remained. For decades strips have appeared to glorify immoral behaviour, e.g. pranking/bullying (Dennis the Menace), dishonesty (Roger the Dodger) and even robbery (Baby Face Finlayson and The Three Bears).

When was the first issue of the Beano published?

The Beano is the longest running British children’s comic magazine, published by DC Thomson in Dundee, Scotland. The comic first appeared on 30 July 1938, and was published weekly. In September 2009, The Beano’ s 3,500th issue was published.