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September 1, 2006 | Peter Carlson, Washington Post
Amid much honking and squealing from the Great American Hype Machine, two magazines debuted in August -- Cracked and Hallmark -- and if anybody in America ends up subscribing to both of them, I'd like to meet that person. No. Strike that. On second thought, I do not want to meet that person. Cracked, to be published every other month, is not technically a new magazine. It's a resurrected and revised version of the formerly deceased humor magazine widely known as the poor man's version of Mad.
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September 1, 2006 | Peter Carlson, Washington Post
Amid much honking and squealing from the Great American Hype Machine, two magazines debuted in August -- Cracked and Hallmark -- and if anybody in America ends up subscribing to both of them, I'd like to meet that person. No. Strike that. On second thought, I do not want to meet that person. Cracked, to be published every other month, is not technically a new magazine. It's a resurrected and revised version of the formerly deceased humor magazine widely known as the poor man's version of Mad.
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