Are you somebody who likes to laugh while reading comics? One of those old fashioned types whoâ€™s here for the â€œfunny bookâ€ aspect of it all? This is, and somebody please correct me if Iâ€™m wrong, the funniest book youâ€™re likely to find. I could really cut and paste the reviews for all issues of Hickee, with a few minor changes for actual stories, and leave it at that. Putting out a book that makes me laugh out loud more than a few times is an impressive enough achievement, putting out multiple books that do that is Â at this point. OK, fine, so itâ€™s funny. Whatâ€™s in this particular issue thatâ€™ll get you to check it out? There are a number of short piece by Nathan Stapley, including Depressed Pitcher, Football Players, Good Game, and Pee Weeâ€™s. Thereâ€™s Joop Joop by Razmig Mavlian, in which we get to see what happens when all the wishes of a small female child come true. Or maybe youâ€™d prefer Getting Creamed by Joe White, an epic adventure of a farmer trying to milk his cow. Perhaps Gladiating by Scott Campbell, because somebody has to root for the guy with a net as his weapon. Not convinced yet? How about The Anna Nicole Smith Board Game by Vamberto Maduro (what, too soon?), a wonderful guide of her path to fame, fortune and early death. And, as always, Graham Annable raises the bar for funny with his piece, Frankâ€™s Big Hand, in which a losing poker player finally has enough. Itâ€™s cheap at $2.95, that cover could fold out into a board game if you wanted to buy two copies and wreck the other one, and I did mention the part about all the laughing, right?