Cool Beans World

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Cool Beans World is a, now-defunct, subscription website which published animated or partially animated web comics. It was conceived by Cool Beans Productions, a design, animation and production company based in Sheffield, England.[1] Contributors included, amongst others, UK-based comic book creators Pat Mills, Simon Bisley, John Bolton and Kevin O'Neill, and the author Clive Barker.[2] Serialised content included Scarlet Traces and Marshal Law.

After a high profile publicity campaign including extensive print advertising, the website was launched in 2001. It won Internet Magazine's "Site of the Month" award in October 2001.[3]

When Cool Beans Productions went into administrative receivership in May 2002, Cool Beans World ceased operation.[1] The domain http://www.coolbeansworld.com/ is untenanted at the time of writing.

Comics included: Dark Frankenstein, Marshall Law, Scarlet Traces, Kingdom of the Wicked, The Yattering & Jack, Someplace Strange, Bone'Ed.
CG short films: Saintly, Marshall Law

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Johnston, Rich. "All the Rage: Refried Beans". Comics Bulletin. Retrieved 2007-03-15. 
  2. ^ Martin, Jessica. "Cool Beans or Dead Beans: can the comic barons cross onto the web?". SF Crowsnest. Archived from the original on 2006-10-18. Retrieved 2007-03-15. 
  3. ^ Rogers, Jean. "Comics and New Media". Retrieved 2007-03-15.