Humour is good for you. It can raise your spirits and lighten your load. So, if you’re struggling with a spreadsheet or wrestling with an essay, taking a break to have a laugh can actually be beneficial. It is with such altruism in mind that we present you with Amock Comedy Magazine, a monthly feast of wit, satire and all-round bawdy amusement. In this first issue, following on from our Compendium available in the Humor Section, we give you regular features such as On Company Time and Your Stars with Mystic Mabel, together with Scottish Love Secrets, The Great Detective and the Case of Lady Shatterley’s Lover, The Origins of Creative Writing, Hitler asking advice from Mussolini on how to handle women, and much more. All designed to bring a smile to your face.