Tales of the Beanworld
Buck Godot, Zap Gun for Hire #4
Mr. Spook is one of many beings in one panel of a humorous and chaotic ninja fight.
The Beans show up in a rather strange Chowdown Pool.
Giant Sized Mini Comics #1
This comics contains three early ('83-6) single-page Beanworld strips:
Unca Xaspa's nephews go on an unfortunate picnic.
This comic has a number of other goodies like Mike Bannon's Tales of the KidneyBeanworld, Rick Weil's Uncle Arthur: Yer Basic Primer of Epistemology and Theology, and three comics by the incomparable Steve Willis. The cover's by Larry Marder too (no Beans on it, though)!
At the back of this particular issue is a short called "MUNDEN'S BAR - CLOSED SET!" writen by John Ostrander & Del Close, drawn & lettered by Larry Marder, colored by Julie Ann Sczesny, and edited by Rick Oliver. It is quite amusing and stars Marder's famous Bugs, specifically Hal Kock-Roach, a BigBigBIG Director (who looks amazingly like Uncle Xaspa, the Hip Insect).
Images of Omaha #2
A very cute one-page by Marder of Omaha (the dancing cat) Boom'n with the Beans.
NOTE: this comic contains nudity and may not be suitable for all ages.
There is a sketch in the letter column of this issue by Larry depicting a Bean-style normalman with an old-style Bean standing on his head declaring, "SITUATION NORMAL!"
Normalman & Megaton Man #1 Image Special
Mr. Spook accompanies Megaton Man throughout this twisted little adventure (which pokes fun at "comic sell-outs"), and the group actually ends up IN Beanworld.
Mr. Spook and the Chow Sol'jer Army (of about 1000 Beans!?!) appear during a ritual involving peyote.
Shi Cyblade #1
Mr. Spook gives this rather comical duo some advice, perched on a dead tree in a swamp.
Total Eclipse #3-5
Beanish goes on a journey to help right things in the Big·Big·Picture.
The Beans cross over with the backup story The Adventures of Zot! in Dimension 10 1/2 in Matt Feazell's story The Rot Knot.
Note that in another issue of Zot!, one of the characters picks up a copy of "that cartoony bean thing" at a comic book store. That mention generated quite a bit of interest in the Beanworld!