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The online presence for 'CRACKED Magazine' goes beyond the print version with additional content and frequent updates.
Calling itself a "pop culture humor webzine," this diverse collection of articles and interactive content is not only funny, but also informative (Kermit the Frog is gay). New material added biweekly.
Don't worry, the great American Humor magazine has been revitalized online at Warner Bros. with full-length features incorporating Alfred E. Neuman's trademark elements and new stuff designed especially for computers. Price: Free (Cheap).
Pretty darn impressive, updated daily, this publication relies heavily on news-oriented satire with a highbrow approach, although cheap laughs are always welcome and available.
The legendary magazine that changed the face (and breasts) of American comedy in the early '70s comes to the Web in a grossly brash monthly format with detailed satire and offensive silliness.
No, it's not about Shecky Greene -- well, not usually. This magazine focuses on stand-up comedy, featuring interviews, stories, and laughs punched out monthly with somewhat risqué business.
Decidedly literary in its approach, the articles added to "McSweeney's" every few days are rife with intellectual insight and appeal. Oh, they asked me to include the phrases "precious," "Belle epoque" and "throw it across the room."