Yep, it's more parodies of the Beano! Like any parody, it should be taken as an "honour" of sorts - as in, the target is so familiar that it's easy to make fun of, whilst still retaining what makes it recognisable. I've featured Beano parodies before on this thing, and they just keep turning up the more I look for them.
This lot are definitely NOT child- or work-friendly, so be aware...
Oh, my sides! and so on. Sniffy "getting it wrong" gave me a chuckle, mind. I don't know who drew those, and I don't particularly care either.
Next up is another thing from an "adult comic" - this time from Elephant Parts (which is definitely a lot more readable than many of the others, mostly due to the involvement of Kev Sutherland and Phil Baber). It's a "political" take on the Bash Street Kids, by Mike Cook.
And finally, from the very same issue of Elephant Parts (Volume 3, Number 5 for those that care) is this take on the Numskulls. Still classed as Beezer characters at the time of publication, but they made their way to the Beano by 1993, so this sort of counts.
I can guarantee more of these'll be found before the year's out (oh what fun we'll have!).