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The Beano Book 1986, ISBN: 0851163246 All the usual favourites - Minnie the Minx, Roger the Dodger, The Bash Street Kids etc. "Where did you get the weaving material, Minnie? From below the ''WHUMP!'' chair seats! Haw! Haw! Haw!"
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Published September 1st 2004 by D.C. Thomson (first published January 1st 1960)
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Faith Spinks
So in 1972 I probably wasn't reading a whole lot of annuals but I remember these being a yearly Christmas gift and loving them. It was a great trip down memory lane and a fun rediscovery of the Beano world.
Supriya J
My childhood favorite! Was a lot of fun visiting the Beano gang again. Good for laughs on a boring afternoon.
Unfortunately I find that the Beano annual gets more disappointing every year as more computer images and rubbish characters are introduced. My long time favourites are of course, Dennis the Menace, Beryl the Peril and the Numskulls. Hopefully the story writing will improve by next Christmas.
I used to have these for Christmas every year.

My-oh-my... they were days.... I can recall... the fun of such presents... the sonderment over what I would get... the excitement and pleasure...

I miss that time... I miss the innocence of such comic books.
Discovered this series in the airport in England and bought the 2012 annual. My husband read these as a kid. Love it! A fun, goofy comic book series perfect for the airplane flight home.
Petra Xtra Crunchy
I used to get the Beano annual every year at Christmas. Loved it. My brother got the comic every week. It was a boys' comic (I got Jackie) but I still liked it.
Very disappointing. Next year I will pre-view the annuals to avoid a duffer. I miss Buster and Beryl the Peril (the later appeared in The Dandy Annual 2012).
All the usual humour and old school jokes present and correct, reading under the covers by torch light when I should have been asleep!
Beano is the best... annual for Christmas and as my Weekly Comic in my youth.

Loved it still do ...oh did I just say that out loud!
Received these albums at Christmas from age 7 to 10 or so. Always a great read.. Got the comics every week as well.
David Melik
British humour for children--since the 30s
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D. C. Thomson & Co. Ltd, is a publishing company based in Dundee, Scotland, best known for producing The Dundee Courier, The Evening Telegraph, The Sunday Post, Oor Wullie, The Broons, The Beano, The Dandy and Commando comics. It also owns Friends Reunited, Parragon, and the Aberdeen Journals Group which publishes the Press and Journal, the Evening Express, the Aberdeen Citizen and the North S...more
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