Human Beans has been around since 2007. All of the graphic comic
stories are wholesome fun. Human Beans appeared first in Teenage
Magazine, a Christian website devoted to teens. Human Beans also
appeared in Aim Higher Books, as a side feature, but Human Beans
gained in popularity, so much so that it overshadowed all of my other
endeavors. Therefore, I decided to bounce my little beans into their own

The Blueberry family.

John and Jeff are the two sons of Fred and Martha Blueberry.

Stages of Life of the Human Beans

The letters in parentheses correspond to the picture above.

(A) After two beans fall in love and get married, they are ready to
begin a family. The couple then goes down to the Jelly Bean Candy
Company to pick out a baby bean of their choice. Jelly babies are formed
and given the breath of life by the Creator to become "Human Beans".
The little baby bean is completely helpless being born without
any arms or legs. Its only protection from the elements is a very
thin film of sweet candy skin. (Mikey)

(B) At around one year of age little arms and legs spring out of the
little baby bean. At this time the little baby bean grows a thick
coat of sweet elastic skin. The little baby bean grows quickly and
soon becomes a toddler; the terrible twos, threes, and fours are
infamous in jelly bean land. (Rosy)

(C) At around 5 or 6 years old the bean child is now ready for school.
The bean child attends Elementary school for seven years, from
Kindergarten to sixth grade. (Little Jeffery)

(D) At 13 years of age the teen bean enters High School. High School
is two years long. During this time many changes occur in the teen
bean. The teen bean grows in stature to almost adult height. Also,
dating begins at this stage of life, preparing the teen bean for adulthood.
During this time the teen bean must decide a lifetime career; for at
15 years of age the teen bean enters a four year program to train for
the lifetime career ahead. (Tommy)

(E) Upon graduation, at 19 years of age, the teen bean is given a job
in the career field of choice. The teen bean now is considered an
adult bean with all of the rights and responsibilities there of.
Marriage to the lifetime partner soon follows, and later, a trip (or
trips) to the Jelly Bean Candy Company for adoption of bean children.
(Jeff, Alice, John, Marge)

(F) Retirement begins at 60 years of age. The normal life span of a
"Human Bean" is 70 to 100 years. It is typical after one
of the marriage partners passes on; the other one soon follows.
(Grandma Martha, Grandpa Fred)

(G) At the end of their lives their spirit returns to the Creator;
they are no longer "Human Beans"; they become common Jelly Beans.

Human Beans to scale.

Map of Jelly Bean Land.

Bob Leone is the creator and illustrator of the comics and tracts on this website. Bob has always two loves: motorcycles and drawing cartoons. He has owned many motorcycles and created small comic books as a pre-teen. He combined the two loves as he drew a cartoon series for two years in City Bike newspaper in San Francisco, California.

Bob was raised in a Roman Catholic Church. At age 23 he was Born Again and Baptized in a General Conference Baptist Church. It was then he felt called to full time Christian ministry. Bob began his religious seminary education through the Southern Baptist Church. He completed his religious training and received Ministerial License through the Assemblies of God Church. For ten years he preached in several churches as an Evangelist; served as Associate Pastor for six months - after which he realized pastoring wasn't his calling. He then returned to his first love writing, drawing and telling others about the saving work of Jesus. Filled with the Holy Spirit, he turned his talent to two Christian endeavors:

Bob joined Bikers for Christ, a Christian motorcycle ministry. Ministering to the men and women who "regular" church folks are too scared to share the Gospel with. Bob is the El Dorado County Chapter Elder.

He also began writing and drawing Christian cartoons and Gospel tracts. His Human Beans comics gained in popularity. Therefore, He decided concentrate all his efforts to develop and give the little beans a home of their own. The little Human Beans characters are growing personalities all their own as each story comes out. Bob hopes you enjoy his creation, his Human Beans.

If you have any questions or comments please e:mail Bob:

Copyright © 2007-2014 Bob Leone. All rights reserved.

No similarity between any of the names, characters, or persons in any of the
web comics on this website with those of any person living or dead is intended
and any such similarity which may exist is purely coincidental, with the
exception of references to God or the Lord Jesus Christ or direct quotations
from God's word the Holy Bible.