Information about the Humor Times and subscribing, including a preview of the magazine
The Humor Times monthly magazine is the perfect cure for an unfunny world. Indulge yourself with laughter – widely known as the best medicine for anything that’s getting you down! In fact, SUBSCRIPTIONS are so cheap, it’s almost a joke in itself! (They start at just $24.95/year (12 issues) for the printed publication, mailed right to your mailbox; or just $9.95/year for the downloadable digital version. OR, get $2 OFF by subscribing online! You may also order a 3-issue Trial Subscription with a Special Discount here!)
We’ve also got a great app, the “News in Cartoons” app, available free. For now, we only have an Android version, but hope to put out one for iOS devices and others soon. The app takes a look at the recent news in a hilarious manner, updated about once a week, and featuring the week’s best cartoons. Enjoy and share!
Read on to learn more about the Humor Times…
We feature the best political cartoons by the world’s finest editorial cartoonists, who give their hilariously irreverent take on what’s happening on the world stage.
We bring you many different types of cartoons by other great artists as well, such as Dan Piraro‘s Bizarro, Mike Baldwin‘s Cornered, Ruben Bolling’s Tom the Dancing Bug (a full-page strip that approaches politics from many creative angles), and much more.
And we publish the best in humor columns, such as Will Durst’s hilarious political observations, Jim Hightower’s Hightower Lowdown and Argus Hamilton‘s take on the daily news. We feature some fine up and coming humor columnists like Roz Warren as well. We also feature an uproarious Faux News section! (If you like the Daily Show or The Onion newspaper, you’ll love our fake news!)
You can’t miss with this great way to lighten up your world! There’s nothing like having such a unique, entertaining publication in your hands to share with friends! (Also available as a downloadable online edition – at half the price!)
The Humor Times makes a wonderful gift – one that keeps your friends and relatives laughing all year long!!!
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Thank you so much, and see you next time!
Here’s a question we get asked often: Why is the Humor Times/Comic Press News no longer distributed free in Sacramento, California?
Answer: It came down to either switching to a subscription-based publication, or go out of business. We would have liked to remain an advertising-based free publication in Sacramento. But we started losing a lot of money due to declining ad revenues, as the economy began to slow. The small businesses we relied on started cutting their ad budgets sharply.
However, we are happy to report that the new version has much more great content, including some fun NEW additions, and an expanded page count. We believe you are getting a lot for the low subscription rates we ask. We hope you agree, and join in our ever-expanding readership from all over the world. With the Humor Times, you don’t have to cry about the news, you can laugh about it!
Questions? Suggestions? Please contact us.
Latest posts by Humor Times (see all)
- ‘The Jerry Duncan Show’ Play to Open in NYC, March 5-15, 2020! - January 20, 2020
- Rufus and American Exceptionalism - December 24, 2019
- Do Not Feed The Clown: A Book Review - December 10, 2019