Hickee, Volume 1

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Alternative Comics, Feb 4, 2003 - Comics & Graphic Novels - 128 pages
What started out loosely as a group of friends hanging around in San Francisco coffee shops on Sunday afternoons, Hickee has become a major contributor to the underground comics scene. Initiated by Grickle creator Graham Annable, he knew that the humorous talents of this gang could find a larger audience through comics. Hickee is the vehicle that ties all their Sunday afternoon sessions together -- stories that emerge from doodles or from musings about life -- resulting in a raw comic book. No censoring, no test audience, and no laugh track. Made to entertain themselves, Hickee will undoubtedly draw you into their world and provide lots of laughs along the way. One of the most exciting new anthologies today!

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About the author (2003)

A Canadian-born animator, Graham came to the San Francisco bay area on a whim and has stayed ever since. Between working on the next Grickle book and working as an animator, Mr. Annable finds time to keep the Hickee boys aware of their upcoming deadlines.

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