Cracked #267 November 1991
Five out of five stars
This magazine is flat out funny. There are parodies of “Robin Hood,” “Roger Rabbit” and “Backdraft,” three Mother Goose stories, some fancy titles for mundane jobs, and some great takes on common comic strips such as Beetle Bailey and Dick Tracy. My favorite of all is “Don Martin’s One Fine Day at the Race Track.” It is only two captions, but the punch line is great.
Guaranteed to brighten even a freezing rainy day, this magazine is still funny almost thirty years after initial publication.