WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL MR.
BEAT COMICS AND FAN CLUB PAGE!
As everyone already knows, Mr. Beat is the coolest character
in modern comics today. He also has the hippest fans in the world!
These fans know how to really party and enjoy the very best this life
has to offer on all levels. They are also true disciples of the
Caffeine Cult Society and regard the powerful muse of coffee as their
legal drug of choice! Here you’ll find all the inside dope on Mr.
Beat’s ‘HISTORY’, official ‘FAN CLUB’ news, a ‘MUSEUM’ section
featuring rare and wonderful items from yesteryear, a ‘GALLERY’ of Mr.
Beat Art created by professionals and fans alike, a ‘TRIVIA’ section to
test your true understanding of Mr. Beat facts and related lore, and a
‘BUY ME’ section offering images and icons that you can actually
purchase and add to your collection. Enjoy, y’dig!
MR. BEAT’S CAFFEINE CULT
SOCIETY FAN CLUB
It’s time for the hippest people of the world to unite under
one international banner of ultimate coolness! MR. BEAT is famous for
his hands-on love of life, art, music, and social commentary. He’s
legendary for his unflinching lust for everything coffee and caffeine
related. His fans are, too! Now you can become an official member of
MR. BEAT’S CAFFEINE CULT SOCIETY FAN CLUB! Become a Charter Member
Here’s what you get:
- A Ready-to-Frame Club Certificate
Let your friends know where your priorities lie with
this officially signed, numbered, and foil-embossed 8.5” X 11"
certificate that features the official ‘Beatnik’s Creed’ and the famous
MR. BEAT ‘Will Conform For Coffee’ image.
- A Valuable Membership Card
This will contain your secret Fan Club ID # and
will entitle you to special discounts on MR. BEAT related products, get
you in on any swag, and allow you to enter periodic ‘Members Only’
online contests to win valuable cool stuff.
- A Full-Color MR. BEAT Art Print
This beautiful 8.5” X 11" print features MR. BEAT hard
at work painting the one thing that we all can use a whole lot more of:
LOVE ! This print has been especially created for the exclusive use of
the official MR. BEAT Fan Club and will be available to members only!
Each comes signed and #d by Chris Yambar.
- An Actual Signed MR. BEAT Sketch
by Creator CHRIS YAMBAR
Each sketch is one-of- a-kind and is personalized to
YOU! How cool is that?!!
JOIN TODAY AND BECOME A LIFETIME
MEMBER FOR ONLY $20 (USA funds only. Post paid.) Send your
money order or personal check (allow 10 days for bank clearance) made
payable to: Chris Yambar, The
Chris Yambar Show, Ohio One Building, Suite 337, 25
East Boardman Street, Youngstown, Ohio, 44503
USA. Also include the following information: Your printed name,
street address and zip code, birthday, and e-mail address (cuz Chris
would like to personally say ‘Hi’ to each new member!)
MR. BEAT MUSEUM
Welcome to the MR. BEAT MUSEUM! In addition to
his appearance in numerous comic books and trade paperbacks, the leader
of the Caffeine Cult Society has managed to pop up on numerous tie-in
products. This is the stuff that drives hardcore collectors crazy
trying to find! In this section of the Mr. Beat site, we are going to
take you through a visual journey of ice cool items that every fan
should aspire to possess at any cost. You'll find some real rarities
here as well as some long-standing favorites in the mix. Many of these
products were limited-edition creations and have sold out long ago.
Hopefully, this information will help you recognize them when you see
them so your joy can be complete. To the informed victor go the spoils.
We've tried like mad to include descriptions and images for every known
item, but nobody is perfect. So, if you find an odd Mr. Beat item that
isn't here in our museum, then let us know about it; and if it proves
to authentic, we'll add it in (and reward you with some swag for being
such an astute observer!). We've also tried to categorize items and
list them in order of market appearance. Please forgive and correct us
if you know better. Thanks and enjoy!
COMIC BOOKS AND
PAPERBACKS: These items can be found in our COMICS section,
where each book is listed by the year in which it was issued.
COFFEE MUGS: If there was
ever a more appropriate product to have Mr. Beat adorn, we don't know
about it...yet! Way back in 1994 CHRIS YAMBAR joined forces with Ad
Specialist MARIANNE EARNEST and formed a small mug company called TWO
FUN! The company was created to capitalize on the incredible growth of
the coffeehouse boom that was sweeping across the western section of
civilization. In addition to planning a line of all-access novelty
mugs, the two decided to create a line of coffee mugs just for the
mainstream coffee drinker. Thus, the then unnamed Mr. Beat was born. It
was a full year later when he received his proper title and yet another
before he appeared in the historic MR. BEAT ADVENTURES #0 ashcan.
TWO FUN! debuted their original line of mugs and clothing with an
exclusive signing and underwriting by the PEABERRY'S COFFEE AND ICE
CREAM COMPANY in Boardman, Ohio, in February 1995. Within 6 months that
single outlet sold through the first 3 grosses of gold-rimmed coffee
mugs. Instant collector's items! (Oddly enough, Mr. Beat was created in
a completely different coffeehouse-on the second floor of the
infamously infamous THE BEAT COFFEEHOUSE in the heart of Youngstown,
Ohio, where he would appear on their products a few years later.)
Grosses of TWO FUN! "beatnik" mugs were produced and sold to retailers,
but soon the bottom fell out of the boom and the coffeehouse movement
topped off and bottomed out. It was a rocket ship rise and fall in
industry over-expansion. Even powerful niche magazines like CAFÉ
OLE bit the dust. In a whirlwind reading of the upcoming implosion, TWO
FUN! quickly dissolved and Chris went walking off with the balance of
the physical mug stock and complete ownership of his soon-to- be-famous
Chris hit the comic convention scene in 1996 and quickly made his way
through a warehouse load of microwave safe gold-rimmed Mr. Beat mugs
which he peddled across the United States, Canada, and Mexico. Since
then, he has issued several different styles of Mr. Beat mugs and plans
to keep this trend going as long as the brew needs a cauldron to be
sipped from, y'dig?!
The original gold rimmed TWO FUN! mugs came in 3 styles:
The first gold-rimmed mug had a wraparound BEATNIK CONGA LINE design
with the words "CAFFEINE CULT SOCIETY!" beneath it.
The second gold-rimmed design featured the famous "WILL CONFORM FOR
COFFEE" pose with the same image on both sides. This design was sold
heavily at COFFEEFEST '95 in Boston, MA, and is considered by many
collectors to be the first REAL Mr. Beat mug due to the appearance of
his image on the covers of the #0 ASHCAN EDITION and on the very first
cover of MR. BEAT ADVENTURES in 1996.
The third gold-rimmed mug featured a wraparound design with 3 naked
coffee angels holding dripping coffee pots with the words "IN BEAN WE
TRUST."(This design was retired in 1995, but the little coffee
angel,'Caffeinna,' went on do a cameo appearance in MR. BEAT ADVENTURES
#1 and play a pivotal part in BAMBEANO BOY #1, where she helped give
birth to Dippy the Biscotti Dog!)
Just for spite, and in honor of the nagging vexation for a sense of
completion, we're even going to include a set of images from the
gold-rimmed first-day TWO FUN! logo mug. It was, after all, the company
that birthed the image of the mighty beat. (Limited to 144 mugs)
As the gold-rimmed editions began to sell out in 1996, Chris issued an
unbanded mug with the original "BEATNIK CONGA LINE" image but with the
added text - "JOIN THE CULT!" These sold out by the end of that year.
The demand for more Mr. Beat muggage prompted Chris to rework and
reissue the original "WILL CONFORM" image in 1997. The figure image was
enlarged and had wraparound verbage that covered all the bases -
"CAFFEINE CULT SOCIETY CHARTER MEMBER! OBEY THE BEAN! JOIN THE CULT!"
and the Mr. Beat logo. A strange thing happened as these mugs were
being produced in that someone at the mug factory somehow felt
compelled to substitute the word "brain" for the word "bean". Only 144
of these misprints were created, but they went to good use by helping
to raise funds "to promote literacy."
In 1998 Chris teamed up with THE BEAT COFFEEHOUSE and put out a
purple-on-white image of Mr. Beat playing his bongos and holding out
the official "house-logo cup of coffee" for the viewer. The mug
features a wraparound design which also included the coffeehouse logo,
address, and the copy "The Birth Place of Mr. Beat! Obey the Bean!"
This design was strictly limited to 144 mugs and was sold out by year's
end. Only 72 of these mugs made it out of Youngstown, Ohio, and onto
the comic convention floor! Sometimes referred to as the "MR. BEAT
The 1999 mug design featured a walking Mr. Beat image with the letters
"W.W.M.B.D." beneath his feet on one side and the words "WHAT WOULD MR
BEAT DO? OBEY THE BEAN. JUST BREW IT!" on the other. This was an
obvious play on the "What Would Jesus Do?" (WWJD) wristband craze of
that year. From the look of it, Jesus would have bought several of
these mugs, because they were gone by the end of 2000!
In 200, Mr. Beat celebrated his 10th anniversary and received high
honors by being showcased on the KEROUAC FEST '04 event mug! The mug
featured the walking Mr. Beat image in the official "MR. BEAT. 1994 -
2004. CELEBRATING 10 YEARS OF TOTAL COOLNESS!" logo circle above the
words "KEROUAC FEST '04: A BEAT ODYSSEY. GRAND MIDWAY HOTEL. SPECIAL
GUEST DAVID AMRAM." Only 300 mugs were created for this special beat
weekend. These are rare and wonderful items indeed and must-have items
for any true fan and follower of authentic beat culture!
MR. BEAT TWO FUN! BUTTON - 1995. Created for the
test marketing of the original TWO FUN! beatnik coffee mugs. A smiling
Mr. Beat walks with his mug held high next to the words "TWO FUN!"
Black and white. Limited to 288 buttons.
MR. BEAT / PEABERRY'S COFFEE BUTTON - 1995. This premium button was
created as a fundraiser for the Muscular Dystrophy Association to build
awareness in the fight to defeat MD. Mr. Beat is featured with the
PEABERRY'S COFFEE AND ICE CREAM logo. Black and white. Limited to 144
TEX-MEX TOUR BUTTON - 1998. This button features the busts of Mr. Beat
and Ding Bat Cat and was created to commemorate the first-day release
signing of MAGIC INKWELL COMIC BOOK THEATRE #1 and a joint art
exhibition in Austin, Texas, with Chris Yambar and Cayetano Garza.
Black ink on various colored backgrounds. Limited to 120 buttons.
MR. BEAT WORLD TOUR BUTTON - 1999. This full-color button was created
for the crowds at SMALL PRESS EXPO (SPX) in Bethesda, Maryland. It
features the "new look" walking Mr. Beat and the words "MR. BEAT WORLD
TOUR. 1994-1999. FIVE VERY CAFFEINATED YEARS!" Limited to 100 buttons.
MR.BEAT 10th ANNIVERSARY BUTTON - 2004. Available in each BUZZ BOX
ordered. Limited to 100 buttons.
MR. BEAT TWO FUN! SHIRT -1995. Created for
PEABERRY'S COFFEEHOUSE in Boardman, Ohio, and worn by employees as
official uniform gear. This was one of 2 designs used during the
initial coffee mug ceremony. It featured a ful- figured Mr. Beat with a
coffee mug saying, "DRINK UP!" while standing above the words "TWO
FUN!" The PEABERRY'S logo is on the back. Very rare!
CAFFEINE CULT SOCIETY CONGA LINE SHIRT - 1995. Also created for the
premiere mug event at PEABERRY'S, this design was the same one found on
the gold-rimmed, wraparound mug design.
BEAT COFFEEHOUSE SHIRT - 1996. Sports Mr. Beat in the classic "WILL
CONFORM" pose on the sleeve and the words "SHE THOUGHT IT WAS LOVE BUT
IT WAS JUST THE CAFFEINE" across the front. THE BEAT COFFEEHOUSE
appears on the back. Co-designed by FaGaGaGa!
MR.BEAT VS. ROSWELL SHIRT - 1997. Created to promote the release of Mr.
Beat's second comic book from Moordam Comics: MR. BEAT'S TWO-FISTED
ATOMIC ACTION SUPER SPECIAL. This special premium shirt was given to
comic reviewers, comic creators, promoters, and entertainment press
people. It featured Mr. Beat and co-designer Bill Morrison's ROSWELL -
LITTLE GREEN MAN character in boxing gear about to duke it out.
WILL CONFORM FOR COFFEE SHIRT - 1997. This version features a faded
blue image of Mr. Beat in his "WILL CONFORM" pose on the front with a
red Mr. Beat logo on the back. Sold at conventions everywhere.
WILL CONFORM FOR COFFEE SHIRT - 1998. This version features the same
front image in red with a Mr. Beat MOORDAM COMICS logo on the back.
Available for several years on the tour circuit.
MR. BEAT / MUDDY BLUES SHIRT - 1998. A full-color promotional design
promoting Mr. Beat's appearance from the cover of the comic ROOTER.
Shows Mr. Beat playing bongos with Muddy's band. This image also
appeared on the convention circuit in a black and white line art
version. Produced as a limited-edition shirt by CUSTOM COMICS OF
ACME 5 SHIRT - 2001. This staff-only shirt featured Mr. Beat with the
famous ACME 5 logo on the left breast side. Created by the fine folks
at CAPTAIN BLUE HEN COMICS in Newark, Delaware.
IN BEAN WE TRUST SHIRT - 2001. Featured the classic new-look "WILL
CONFORM" Mr. Beat pose with the words "CAFFEINE CULT SOCIETY" above him
and "IN BEAN WE TRUST" below. The verso sports a large Mr. Beat logo
and the words "BONGOS FOR THE BEAN!" Licensed by LUNAR LIZARD PRINTING
and sold everywhere.
BEANAHOLICS UNANIMOUS CEL ART - 1995. Chris used
his original 3 TWO FUN! beatnik mug designs and created a show of
hand-painted cels which he placed over prints of fine art masterpieces
to create humorous situations. These were matted, signed, numbered and
taken on the road after they were shown at PEABERRY'S COFFEEHOUSE.
Their original price was $25.00 each.
MR. BEAT TRADING CARD - 1996. Card #47 in the 1996 INDEPENDENT UNIVERSE
COLLECTOR CARD SET (SERIES TWO). This card was drawn in 1995. It had a
character description on the back and was available in the original set
issued by DILEMMA PRODUCTIONS. Chris gave out these cards with mug
purchases and in copies of the #0 ASHCAN EDITION when he just got
started promoting Mr. Beat.
GIANT COSMIC COFFEE STRAWS - 1997. Ultra limited to 36 units, these
large glittery tubes were poly bagged with yellow header cards telling
you how to use them. We hope to God that no one ever did!
MR. BEAT ALL WEATHER STICKERS - 1997. Features an image of Mr. Beat
giving the peace sign with the words "2 COOL!" Designed to hold up in
any weather. Limited to 700.
WILL CONFORM COMMEMORATIVE CELS - 1997. These hand-painted cels were
created to commemorate the first issue of MR. BEAT ADVENTURES #1. Each
was produced using archival matting and backing and came signed and
numbered by the artist. Limited to 36 (+) 1 artist proof. Their
original price was $50.00 each.
PRIMAL BLINKK CD COVER - 1997. This Christian rock act featured Mr.
Beat big time on the back of their "PRIMAL BLINKK - 714" music CD.
Limited to 1000 copies worldwide.
SMALL PRESS STICKERS AND YO YOS - 1998. Sheets of little round stickers
were created with small press characters on them and were given out to
fans and put on everything, including some wild-colored yo-yos.
Included in the batch were images of Mr. Beat and Bambeano Boy. Created
by RICK and CAT SANTIMAN at the MOTOR CITY CON in Detroit, Michigan.
MR. BEAT INACTION FIGURES - 1998. As a tongue-in-cheek backlash against
the then- booming action figure craze, Mr. Beat was licensed by
ELECTRIC MILK and TV COMICS for ART BALTAZAR'S humorous CRAYBABY
INACTION FIGURE line. Each figure was hand- made and painted and came
glued and bubble packed to its own display card. If you removed the
figure from the packaging, it was ruined! The Mr. Beat figures were
available as DIAMOND COMICS direct market items, but a few did make
their way onto the convention selling floors around the country. The
'DIRECT MARKET EDITION' had Mr. Beat flanked by a giant yellow coffee
mug and conga on a green card with hearts and stars. This was limited
to 120 pieces. The 'SAN DIEGO EDITION' featured Mr. Beat with an
umbrella, an instant coffee pot, and an ice cooler under a blazing sun
on the beach image behind him on the packing card. This was limited to
MR. BEAT SCULPTURE - 1998. Sculpted by SAM SWOGGER with the intention
of being shopped the following year for sculpture casting. The project
was sadly scrapped due to high production costs. Only 4 prototype
sculptures were ever made. One got sold ($75), one got destroyed in
transit to the MID-OHIO CON, one is in the possession of creator Chris
Yambar, and one got stolen at the event. The images were fashioned
after the cover image of our hero on MR. BEAT ADVENTURES #1.
MR. BEAT UNIVERSAL LOVE DONUT - 1999. Handmade Christmas ornament which
was given to diehard fans at the Mid-Ohio Con. Limited to 36 ornaments.
THE MR. BEAT EXPERIENCE CD - 2002. Available only in THE COMPLETE MR.
BEAT (VOL. 3) published by COMIC LIBRARY INTERNATIONAL. Captures an
actual live 'Mr. Beat Experience' performance inspired by the Mr. Beat
character. Stellar performances by JOHN J. BLAIR, YAMBAR, MARC PLANET,
TIM CORRIGAN, STEVE KEETER, and others. Recorded at the famous BULLFROG
BREWERY in beautiful Williamsport, PA. OUT OF PRINT!
MR. BEAT TRIVIA
DEPT. CAN YOU ANSWER THE SEXY 60?
So you think you're an expert on the world of Mr.
Beat? Think you're hip enough to score big time when it comes to all
things funky fresh and groovy cool? Well here's your opportunity to
strut your knowledge about the hippest cat to ever swig a brew in the
comic book zoo! How many of the 'sexy 60' can you answer off the top of
your head ? Compare your answers to the ones provided below. What you
do and don't know may surprise even you! Have fun, peeps!
1)What is Mr. Beat's real name?
2)What comic cover was first to be spoofed by Mr. Beat on the inside of
3)Who gave Mr. Beat his famous black boots?
4)True or False: Mr. Beat's nephew, Bambeano Boy, is really a space
5)Mr. Beat's arch enemy used to have an evil sidekick. What was his
name and his hidden occupational desire?
6)What is the FULL name of Bambeano Boy's pet and what is he?
7)What is the first song that Mr. Bitter ever sang for our readers, and
who originally recorded it?
8)What symbol always appears on Edna's coffee pot?
9)What sound usually comes out of Platt's butt?
10)What kind of animal is Platt?
11)Did Edna the waitress ever show her face? What was she wearing when
12)Who was the first deity to have coffee with Mr. Beat?
13)Before Platt ever appeared in Mr. Beat's comic book, he appeared in
what two comic strips?
14)According to Mr. Beat, what is the most horrible art form ever
15)Platt once took a job at what art and sign shop?
16)Mr. Beat witnessed first hand the death and rebirth of what popular
DC Comics character?
17)How many times has Mr. Beat died? How?
18)Who gave Mr. Beat his wildly famous coffee bean blend?
19)What device makes traveling throughout the multiverse a breeze for
20)Where is this device located?
21)Bambeano Boy was a failed experiment because his creator forgot to
add what to his test tube?
22)When Mr. Beat ended up back in 1938, he got a car ride from whom?
23)Name the single Warhol film that starred Mr. Beat.
24)What is the name of Bambeano Boy's guardian angel?
25)Bambeano Boy 'hulked out' once to save Mr. Beat from getting 'this'
done to him?
26)Whose spirit was set free when Mr. Beat defeated the Ben Day Dots?
27)Who was the 'star maker' who turned Mr. Beat, Bambeano Boy, and
Platt into overnight international rock idols?
28)What was the name of their band?
29)What independent characters were first to do an inter-company
crossover with Mr.Beat?
30)Who shot Mr. Beat?
31)What Mr. Beat cover came with a free dot on it?
32)What menace did Mr. Beat defeat by drinking out of his head?
33)How can you tell an 'alien Mr. Beat clone' from the real Mr. Beat?
34)What is the title of the most reprinted Mr. Beat story ever?
35)What title did Edna the waitress hold in 1943?
36)What did Edna wrestle prior to becoming a professional waitress?
37)How much weight can Edna benchpress?
38)Who is SNIKT?
39)By tricking Death, Mr. Beat has made it possible for Platt to do
what unnatural act?
40)When Cray Baby Baby and Bambeano Boy touched their fingers together
what creature came to life by hatching from their 'love egg'?
41)Mr. Beat received a 'magic' marker from the citizens of what
42)What powerful item almost destroyed three dimensions when it was
misused by Mr. Bitter?
43)What retailer team took all of Bambeano Boy's birthday money?
44)What tiny creature helped Mr. Beat get a giant hammer from Scott
Roberts' Patty Cake so he could defeat Mr. Bitter and free the Cray
45)What George Broderick, Jr., character spanked Mr. Bitter's bottom so
bad that he cried like a little girl and became a dishwasher with Platt
as his boss in the back of Mr. Beat's coffeehouse?
46)What was the name of the first band to play at 'Mr. Beat's House of
Burning Jazz Love'?
47)Who was the first 'Moordam Comics' character that Mr. Beat met in
his own title?
48)Who was the first 'Moordam Comics' character that Mr. Beat met
outside his own title?
49)What famous singer's writing is Bambeano Boy known to recite during
open mic night?
50)What did Mr. Beat tell the Fire-Breathing Pope that he was giving up
51)In what historic Dark Horse Comics title did Mr. Beat almost make a
cameo appearance before the project got shelved?
52)What famous comic cover did Mr. Beat and Bill Morrison's character,
Roswell-Little Green Man, team up to spoof with 'Mr. Beat's Two-Fisted
Atomic Action Super Special'?
53)When Bambeano Boy gets REALLY happy, he can do what?
54)What infamous cheesecake photographer shares the same last name as
Edna and is, in fact, her own brother?
55)How much was the first cup of coffee that Edna ever sold Mr. Beat
before he bought the business?
56)Who was the only woman to ever break Mr. Beat's heart?
57)What Mike Bocianowski character made his original debut in the pages
of Mr. Beat before moving on to his own line of books over at 'Comic
58)When Bambeano Boy and Jamie Cosley's Toby the Pony get together to
watch videos, they love to watch what super hero's adventures?
59)What company tried to put Clowny's out of business before Mr. Beat
showed up to save the day?
60)True or False: Mr. Beat was almost Pope.
Not as easy as you thought, huh?! Let's see how
well you did, babe. 1) Mr. Beat. 2) Whiz Comics #1. 3) Ringo Starr. 4)
True! 5) Skipper always wanted to become a hair stylist and eventually
he did! 6) Baron Von Dippy McCabe is a biscotti dog. 7) The Rolling
Stones recorded 'Sympathy for The Devil.' 8) The black lightning bolt.
9) POOT! 10) A bright pink duck billed platypus. 11)Yes and no. She was
wearing her pro-wrestling mask. 12) Jesus Christ. 13) Pond Pals (1983)
and Wilbur (1985). 14) Mime.15) Bud's Art and Sign. 16) The Spectre.
17) Once. He was killed by the mob two weeks before he was to die from
natural causes. He was drowned in a cement barrel. 18) God Himself, as
a reward for being His agent of cool in the multiverse. 19) His own
interdimensional doorway. 20) In the back broom closet of Mr. Beat's
coffeehouse. 21) The Miracle-Gro Plant Food. 22) Ma and Pa Kent. 23)
Sip! 24) Caffeina the coffee angel. 25) Nobody likes an alien rectal
probe! 26) Pop artist Roy Lichtenstein. 27) Preston Monouex aka-Shadey
Daze. 28) Grist For Da Mill. 29) Wendi and Richard Pini's 'Elfquest'
trolls. 30) Platt. 31) 'Mr. Beat Superstar.' 32) Too Much Corporate
Coffee Man. 33) The alien clone Mr. Beats have 4 fingers and a thumb.
Mr. Beat and all good and trustworthy characters have 3 fingers and a
thumb. 34) Mr. Beat Counts the Cost. 35) Miss Flap Jack 1943. 36)
Alligators. 37) 820 pounds. 38) The alien scientist that created
Bambeano Boy and sent him to Earth.39) Live forever. 40) Cray Beano
Baby-Baby. 41) Levi's World. 42) The Cray Stick of Joy. 43) Clem and
Ray - Retailers at Large. 44) A single Space Flea. 45) Wet-Towelicus.
46) Boondoggle's Wookie Chesthair. 47) A doat from Levi's World. 48)
The Felonius Monk from 'Courageous Man #1.' 49) Marvin Gaye. 50) Being
Catholic. 51) The Beatles' "Yellow Submarine" adapted by Bill Morrison.
52) 'DC Showcase' #61 (1966). 53) He can fly, of course. 54) Irving
Klaw. 55) Five cents. 56) The ever beautiful Bettie Page. 57) Chuck -
The Ugly American. 58) Bolt Jenkins. 59) Sundollars Coffee. 60)
Absolutely true! Honest to God!
This section spotlights all new and in-stock MR. BEAT items
that may be purchased. Some supplies may be limited. Others may only be
available as on-site items only! Contact us at email@example.com with
your order and we will gladly give you a combined postage rate for
multiple items. Please supply your name and street address when
ordering. Have fun and buy multiples!
THE MR. BEAT SHOW Comic Book -
$5.00 ($4.00 Members).
All new 48-pager featuring writing by Yambar, and art by
Yambar, Krause, Broderick Jr., Wheaton, and Kazaleh. Just in time for
MR. BEAT’s 10th Anniversary! Published by SSS Comics. Sent flat.
WILL CONFORM FOR COFFEE Print - $8.00 ($6.00
At last you can capture the moment of sell out and still
get a good cup of what matters most : COFFEE! This beautiful and
humorous 8.5" X 11" print comes signed and #rd by Chris Yambar and
features MR. BEAT in his most famous pose! Sent flat.
’04 / MR. BEAT 10th ANNIVERSARY MUG - $15.00 ($12.00 members).
Only 300 of these exist on the planet! Coupling JACK KEROUAC and MR.
BEAT was as natural as putting coffee in a cup. A rare and hip event
collectable indeed! (Add $4.00 postage for shipping in the USA.)
COMIC ART FOR SALE
Now you can own original page and production art from the
actual MR. BEAT comic books! Some page and cover art is way gone so
we’re listing what we’ve got left from each issue starting from the
earliest to the most recent. Every page comes signed and is mailed
flat. The majority of original page art is 11" X 17" unless otherwise
noted. Make sure you contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org before sending
any payment so we can ensure that what you want is still in stock.
Members get a 10% discount on orders of $50.00 or more. This is the
real deal, baby!
MR. BEAT ADVENTURES (Work created from
** Pg. 2 - First appearance of Bambeano Boy! ‘A Bed Time
Story’. $400.** / **Pg.7 - First MR. BEAT Advice List. ‘Powerful Wisdom
About Subjects Worth Thinking About!’ Has some touch-up. $100.** /
**Pg.8 - First Comic Strips Page. First appearance of Edna and Dippy!
‘Hey cats-n-chicks! It’s Time 4 Dem Comics!’ Four complete gag strips
on a single page. $ 300.**/ Pg. 9 - ‘Neato! Mo Comics!’ Four complete
gag strips. All are pasted up and from 1995. $200. / Pgs.10-12. ‘MR.
BEAT In Slumber Land!’ Complete story with appearances by Gertie, Betty
Boop, Woody Woodpecker, Bosko, Bugs Bunny, Mickey Mouse, Heckle and
Jeckle, Mister Magoo, Crusader Rabbit, Snaggletooth, Sad Sack, Peanuts,
Orphan Annie, Batman, Spider-Man, Bean World, Bart Simpson, Spawn,
Prophet, The Max, and Bettie Page. $600 for set. / Pg.13 - ‘The
Caf-fiends!’ Has some paste-up and touch-up. $100. / Pg.14 - ‘Platt’s
Fun Page!’ $100. / Pg.18 - ‘MR. BEAT’s Advice for the Ages!’ Has some
touch-up. $75. / Pgs. 19-25 . Seven pages that lead into MR. BEAT’s
first crossover with Elfquest #9 (Vol.2). Contains the first appearance
of MR. BITTER! Set: $400.
First page featuring a face-to-face meeting with MR. BEAT
and Pick Nose. $200. / Final page of the crossover story featuring MR.
BEAT with Pick Nose and Odd Bit. Has some touch up. $55.
MR. BEAT’S TWO-FISTED ATOMIC ACTION
Pg 1 -‘Agent Another-Swipe!’ $55. / Pg.2 - Four ‘Platt and
Edna’ strips. Includes an original bonus strip not printed in this
issue at the top. $75. / Pg. 3 - ‘MR. BEAT VS ROSWELL’ First page of
jam story with Bill Morrison. $350. / Pg. 9 - Four strips. Includes the
infamous ‘Keane’ gag. $200. / Pg. 15 ‘MR. BEAT’s Practical Tips For
Today’s Modern Thinkers!’ $65. / Pgs. 16-18. Complete MR. BEAT Meets
JESUS!’ Three page story. $500. / Pg. 20 - First solo Edna one pager.
‘A Day In The Life’. $150. / **Pg. 27 - ‘The Legend Of Platman’ First
Platt solo page ever! This 11" X 14" page was created in 1994 and
originally saw print in Substance Quarterly #3 before being reprinted
here. Batman spoof. $250.** / **Pg. 28 - Another 11" X 14" page from
1994 featuring four Platt strips. $150.**
RAMPAGE - ‘MR.BEAT Meets DEATH’
Complete 3 page story. $300. / **‘PLATT!’ makes a
cover enhanced comic with his poop. Another 11" X 14" page from 1994.
$150.** / ‘MR. BEAT Offers Thoughts to Guide You Always!’ List. $65. /
‘MR. BEAT - Playbeat’s Coffee-Mate Of The Month.’ Nude Pin-up spoof.
MR. BEAT’S HOUSE OF BURNING JAZZ LOVE
Pg. 2 - ‘MR. BEAT’S List Of Conspiracy Topics That
Quiet any Room of People - Anywhere!’ $45. / Pgs. 4, 5 and 6. Three
pages from the ‘Night of the Living Land-Mimes’ story. $55 ea. / Pgs.
19 & 20 - The complete ‘Platt Takes Inventory at Bud’s Art &
Sign Supply’ story. Airbrush parts are naughty. $150. / Pgs. 22 &
23 - Two pages from the MR. BEAT & Platt ‘Pie In The Sky’ story.
Has paste up. $40 ea. / Pg. 26 - First lead-in page to the WORLD’S
FUNNEST ‘MR, BEAT, Cray Baby, Levi’s World vs. Mr. Bitter storyline.
WORLD’S FUNNEST COMICS
**Fully painted ‘Blue’ cover by Art Baltazar - $350.**
/ **Full size blk & wht.‘Yambar - Abbey Road’ cover art - $200.** /
Pgs. 4,13, 14, 16 - Mr. Bitter’s evil deeds. $40 each. / Pg. 9 -
Bambeano Boy’s Birthday! $65. / Pg.17 - Bambeano Boy, The Cray Babies,
and a Space Flea to the Rescue! $45. / Pg.20 - MR. BEAT defeats Mr.
Bitter and goes to a Cray Baby Party. $45.
MR. BEAT SUPERSTAR
Pg.1 (Vargas styled pin-up) ‘MR. BEAT and Platt Hit
the Beach’. $75. / ** Pgs.3 - 9. The 6-page complete ‘SECRET ORIGIN OF
MR. BEAT.’ $1000 ** / Pgs.10-14 - The complete ‘Bride of Lichtenstein!’
story. $200. / Pg.25 - ‘Instant Karma’. MR. BEAT and PATTY CAKE drink
some coffee. $150. / Pg.27 - ‘Instant Karma’ w/ Scott Roberts’ ‘Patty
Cake’. $65. / Pg. 28 - ‘Instant Karma’ ful- page John Lennon and Yoko
Ono tribute with MR. BEAT and PATTY CAKE. $200. / Pg.32 - ‘Instant
Karma’ MR. BEAT gets shot dead. $65.
MR.BEAT’S BABES AND BONGOS ANNUAL - Pgs.1 - ‘MR. BEAT is dead!’
Full-page shot with Patty Cake in beatnik garb weeping. $150. / Pg. 4 -
Great mourning scenes with The Cray Babies (Baltazar), Elfquest
(Broderick Jr.), Rooter, and the Land-Mimes (Yambar). $75. / Pg.5 -
Another mourning page with Dark Knight spoof, X-Files, Peanuts, and
President Clinton seducing Lisa Simpson. $65. / Pg.8 - MR.BEAT RETURNS!
$75. / Pg.13 -Everything gets explained. Patty Cake helps. $75. / Pg.14
- Aliens get busted. Patty Cake. $75. / Pg.16 - Patty cake kisses MR.
BEAT on the nose. $75.
Front & Back Paste-up cover art (Blk. & wht.)
$40 / Pg.113 - ‘MR. BITTER vs. The CRAY BABIES’ Mr. Bitter pops out of
the Cray-dough can. $45. / Pg.114 - Cray babies go to war (MR. BEAT
inset). $45. / Pg.115 - Battle page. $45. / Pg.121 - More battle! $45.
/ Pg.122. - Still more battle! $45. / Pg.126 - Craynobi strikes back.
$45. / Pgs.129-131. ‘MR. BITTER GOES TO LEVI’S WORLD.’ (3 page intro by
Yambar) $65 for the set. / Pgs.49-52. ‘Waxing Philosophomoric’ Complete
MR. BEAT MEETS MAGIC INKWELL story. $125.
MR. BEAT/ CRAY BABY/ WEIRDSVILLE POST
HALLOWEEN LEFT OVER MONSTER THANKSGIVING SPECIAL
** Original blk.& wht. front cover art! (Drawn and
inked by Yambar, Baltazar, and Franco) $200.** / ‘Gasper the Flatulent
Ghost - The Butt Stops Here!’ - $150. / Platt in ‘Witchful Thinking!’
Complete two-page story. - $150. / MR. BEAT & Bambeano Boy in ‘They
Came From Uranus’. Complete five-page story featuring the secret of the
COMICS ARE DEAD!
‘Historic Mailbag Adventures’- A reading from
‘Werewolf by Night #29.Complete two-pager. $150. / ‘Let’s Make Comics
Fun Again Activity Page’ - $ 45.
LEVI’S WORLD #1
First page of the second lead-in story for ‘World’s
Funnest’. This page features a great cast scene with MR. BEAT, Craynobi
(Cray Baby Adventures), Xavier & Mikey Beaple (Levi’s World), and
Platt. $65. / Fifth page featuring Mr. Bitter about to attack the Cray
Baby World. $45.
Pg.3 - With ‘Toby Pony’ by Yambar & Jamie Cosley.
$35. / **Pgs.4 - 9. ‘Origin of Bambeano Boy.’ Six pages up to the
unveiling. $ 400 for set.** / **Pgs.11-13. ‘Origin of Bambeano Boy’.
Three ‘Baby Super-Man’ tie-in pages. $350 for set.** / **Pg.14 -
‘Origin of Bambeano Boy’. MR. BEAT MEETS BAMBEANO BOY FOR THE FIRST
TIME! $250.** / **Pg.15 - “Origin of Bambeano Boy.’ MR. BEAT adopts
Bambeano Boy. $150.** / **Pgs.17- 21. ‘Origin of Dippy the Biscotti
Dog’. Complete five-page story. $200. / Pg. 22 - ‘Got Poetry?’ Charles
Atlas ad spoof. $65.
MR. BEAT - EXISTENTIAL COOL
Pg.1 - ‘To Live and Pay in New York!’ $65. / Pgs. 3-
7. ‘Rockin’ in the Freak World!’ Complete five-page story. MR. BEAT,
Bambeano Boy and Platt get a record deal. $ 250. / Pg.8 - ‘World’s Most
Expensive Coffee’. $65. / Pg.9 - Profile page featuring MR. BEAT,
Bambeano Boy, and Dippy. $45. / Pg.10 - Profile page featuring Edna,
Snikt, and Platt. $45. / Pg.11 - Profile page featuring Cray-Beano
Baby-Baby, Mr. Bitter, and Skipper. $45.
ELFQUEST #27 (VOL.2)
MR. BEAT AND LEVI’S WORLD MEET ELFQUEST! Pgs.37(Cutter
& Skywise), 38(Cutter, Skywise, Leetah), 40(Cutter, Skywise,
Leetah, Levi’s World) . $ 75.
2 FUN FLIP BOOK
Blk & Wht. Cover Art featuring MR. BEAT, Bambeano
Boy, Platt, and Itsi Kitsi and the words “Chris Yambar’s Cosmic Fresh
Fun Thing!” $150.
All three of the ‘BEE’ pages where Bambeano Boy
recites the lyrics of Marvin Gaye. $250.
THE EXPO SPX ‘99
The complete award-winning, 3-page ‘Freedom Of Speech’