Beano has been rocking the shelves of newsagents since the 1930s, and hasn't lost any of its appeal for kids today.
With comic strips, silly jokes and plenty of mischief, your kids are sure to burst into giggles with every issue. Introduce your kids to all your childhood heroes, with Dennis the Menace, Minnie the Minx and Billy Whiz still going strong, along with modern favourites like Beano Manga.
The bite-sized stories and pictures are easy for even reluctant readers to follow, and this weekly dose of stories, quizzes, games, and awesome drawing how-tos will keep your kids busy and entertained for hours.
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Launched back in 1938 The Beano magazine is the home of comic legends the Bash Street Kids, Minnie the Minx, Roger the Dodger as well as the red and black icon Dennis the Menace.
The Beano magazine was published weekly when it was first launched, but during the Second World War, The Beano was published fortnightly, alternating weeks with magazine The Dandy because of paper and ink rationing, but normal service was happily resumed after the end of hostilities in 1949.
Dennis the Menace can currently be seen in his all-new animation series, Dennis & Gnasher, on CBBC. Each week, a subscription to The Beano magazine will bring you 32 pages of full colour comic strips, puzzles and features.
The Beano is so popular that it had its own section of the Chessington World of Adventures theme park, "Beanoland". This opened in 2000 and remained open for a decade.
Don't miss out on this iconic magazine – take out a subscription to The Beano today!