Members of the public are being invited to take part in a world record attempt – while celebrating the opening of V&A Dundee.
The Beano will have its very own “den” at Slessor Gardens today as part of 3D Festival.
A host of local music acts are set to perform at the event, but there will also be a range of activities on offer for families and children.
And the iconic comic is leading the way with its official Guinness World Record attempt to create the largest “finish the comic strip” competition ever.
A special edition of The Beano has been created to mark the occasion.
In it, Dennis and friends meet cartoon versions of Philip Long, director of V&A Dundee, and Kengo Kuma, the Japanese architect who designed the building.
There are nods to Dundee’s sporting heritage – as the V&A is coloured tangerine and black, and blue and white, by the mischievous characters, in reference to the colours worn by Dundee United and Dundee.
A version of Dennis from the 1950s, The McManus and the Star Wars-themed video of the V&A which came out last year, also all feature.
The final cell of the comic strip is left blank and children can draw an item that they want to feature in the V&A.
All the pictures will be collected as part of the world record bid.
Mr Long will then choose a winner, which will go on display in the V&A.