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 below (it’s a couple months old – see below to get the current issue). View it here 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 Trial Subscription for just $5.00. (Available in the USA only, for the printed magazine, mailed directly to you.)
Regular rates: the digital version (like the issue below) is just $8.95 a year (or less with auto-renew); the hard-copy edition, which gets mailed right to your door is only $24.95 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!
Click on image to view in "Flip Page" format. Please be patient, the file is large – full of high-resolution cartoons for your viewing pleasure! Or download PDF file directly (view with Adobe Reader):
To view the issue:
Simply click on the image to view in "flip page" format. This lets you view the publication with a "magazine feel" on your computer or device.
If you want to download the PDF file and view it using Adobe Reader, use the button provided below the image. Please be patient while it downloads, it is a large file (typically about 20 megabytes).
Note on format: 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.