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Click on image to view recent back issue in "Flip Page" format. Please be patient, large file – full of high-resolution cartoons for your viewing pleasure! Or download PDF directly (view with Adobe Reader):
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Viewing instructions. There are two ways to view this sample issue:
First, decide if you'd like to view in "Regular" or "Device" mode, and click the button if you want to change it. Regular View is a nearly exact replication of the printed publication, and is probably the best choice if you are viewing on a desktop or laptop computer. Device View is optimized for tablets and phones, with the cartoons displayed singly, filling the screen as you swipe through the edition, instead of several to a page.
Once you've chosen your viewing mode, there are two ways to view each: via flip page or by downloading: see below for details. (Either way, please be patient while it downloads/opens, as it is a large file, typically 12-17 megabytes – full of high-resolution images for your viewing pleasure!)
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The Humor Times magazine is “The World’s Funniest News Source” – reviewing the news each month in hilarious fashion! Since 1991, this hard-hitting political satire monthly has featured the very best in comically irreverent takes on the news, politics and media celebrities.
Peruse a free sample back issue on this page (see below to get the current issue). View it in "flip page" format, or download the PDF file to your computer or device. (Be patient, it’s a large file – full of high-resolution cartoons for your viewing pleasure! See viewing instructions below, or just click on the image.)
Or order the current issue (digital or print) or a free print sample (you’ll get the upcoming issue – S&H charges apply). Or try a 3-Issue Free Trial Subscription! (Digital Free Trial available anywhere, while the Print Edition Free Trial is only available in the USA only.)
Regular rates are: digital edition (like the sample issue below), just $9.95 a year (or less with auto-renew); hard-copy edition, mailed right to your door, only $27.95 a year (or less with auto-renew – includes access to the digital version as well).
As always, please share the Humor Times with everyone you know who appreciates political humor!
Viewing instructions, part 2: "Flip Page" or Download.
a) Simply click on the image to view in "flip page" format. The Regular View mode lets you view the publication with a "magazine feel," as if you're flipping pages. The Device View mode lets you view one image or page at a time. Either way, scroll through by tapping or swiping on the page, or by using the arrow icons on either side. In the Controls tray at the bottom, you may pick a page and go directly to it by tapping on the page number and typing a number, or by clicking the "Thumbnails" icon, lower left, and using the thumbnail carousel that appears on the left.
Get Full Page view by tapping on the "Fullscreen" icon: an "X" symbol, similar to the one shown on the right. Enlarge or reduce the page/image by clicking on the + or - magnification icons, or by using pinch zoom on a device. Use the "AutoPlay On" icon, second from left, to use slideshow mode, stopping by tapping the pause icon that appears there.
b) Or download the issue as a PDF file, by using the button provided directly below the image. You will then have the option of saving it on your computer/device to view using Adobe Reader, or to view the file in your browser (you may still download from there later, if you choose).
Both versions work on computers and devices. Regular View is the default on desktops, so if you want to change it, click the button. Enjoy, and please share the Humor Times with everyone you know!
Note on "Regular View" mode: The Humor Times magazine is printed on newsprint on a web press, and we format it as a quarter-fold, which means the front cover is half the size of the opened magazine (see diagram). So, to create this web version, we place the back cover as a separate page at the end, creating a 21 page publication, and rotate the resulting front & rear pages to the proper vertical orientation. This is why they both appear as shorter pages than the rest of the publication.