DJ Hazard is as scary-looking as he is lovely. The size of his imposing presence directly corresponds with the size of his non-imposing friendliness, as well as his comedy's imposing and welcoming hilariousness. DJ is one of the first comedians I ever saw do standup comedy, and he made me cry for an hour straight (the result of laughter, not the bad kind of crying, which I also enjoy). I'm only sorry that this clip is nowhere near an hour long. Watch it, and then try to gather up as much DJ as you can in the future.
Tim McIntire is also a funny comedian and a good human being, continuing to defy the preconceived notions many have about the Venn diagram of funny comedians and good human beings, namely that there is no overlap between the circles. But Tim is right in the middle. Not that you necessarily care about his personality. Just care about his comedy. By watching. Here.
Continuing the theme of people who make the world a better place in the same body as super funny comics (that's right, it's a theme, not me being boring or lazy), Hari Kondabolu (or Hari K, as I'll call him to avoid wasting my time typing and your time reading his whole last name over and over, though this parenthetical is lengthy enough that THAT effort has been wasted) is such a person. He is thoughtful and logical, reasonable and kind. In a funny way. (Very few people can pull off the sentiment of "His kindness is HILARIOUS!" but Hari does it. He puts the "Hari" IN "hilarious," which is good because without "Hari," it would just be "ilous" which isn't a word.) Enjoy!
Finally, Dave McDonough is a horrible degenerate. And a hilarious comedian. And also a very nice guy. Theme maintained! Check this out, along with anything else of his you can find. Good stuff. Way to use your eyes and/or ears everyone who's doing it!