Comedy Dynamics is excited to announce that they have acquired the Bill Hicks’ Estate and will be re-releasing his entire catalog of specials and albums starting next month! This is big news as most of his catalog has been long out of print. Starting back in 1989 with his special, Sane Man, up through American: The Bill Hicks Story in 2010. Bill Hicks was an American comedian, social critic, satirist and musician. His material, encompassing a wide range of social issues including religion, politics, and philosophy, was controversial, and often steeped in dark comedy. He criticized consumerism, superficiality, mediocrity, and banality within the media and popular culture. At the age of 16, while still in high school, he began performing at the Comedy Workshop in Houston, Texas. During the 1980s, he toured the United States extensively and made a number of high-profile television appearances. But it was in the UK that he amassed a significant fan base, filling large venues during his 1991 tour. He also achieved a modicum of recognition as a guitarist and songwriter. Hicks died of pancreatic cancer on February 26, 1994 in Little Rock, Arkansas, at the age of 32. In subsequent years – in particular after a series of posthumous album releases – his body of work gained a significant measure of acclaim in creative circles, and he developed a substantial cult following. He is number 19 on Comedy Central’s 100 Greatest Stand-ups of all time. And now through Comedy Dynamics, his work will once again come to the forefront and be celebrated and influence yet another generation of comics while being celebrated by those lucky enough to live through his existence on earth.