Yes, I have some constructive criticism.
I think you should try to explain how each kind of comedy can be done right and give an example.
Nonsensical behavior and non sequitur statements can be funny in EXTREME moderation. If the comedy of all the rest of the comic relies on something else, then the occasional "Random" joke can surprise the reader enough to get a laugh out of him. If you do it all the times then it's not funny.
Jokes about men (or women) acting irrationally due to sexual arousal can be funny sometimes if there is an actual joke. Not when it is used as an excuse to draw the female character naked. Also, in jokes about one person seeing another person named by accident, humor can stem from he consequences of it. Like that one episode in friends where Chandler walks in on Rachel in the shower by mistake and she tries to get back at him by doing the same thing. Or the episode in Who's The Boss? where Tony walks in on Angela in the shower and the rest of the episode revolves around the sexual tension between them. Or in Family Matters … in fact, the "person A walks in on person B in the shower" is a pretty common trope in television. But the thing is: They only do those episodes ONCE.
The only kind of shows that do have this happen over and over are Ecchi Anime… And those are never funny. The point is - There are ways to make Fanservice funny, but just having one character (and by extent the reader) see another character naked is pure masturbation and is NEVER funny.
A funny face can supplement a joke. The joke can't rely on it. Lackdaisy Cats is a good example of this. Whoever makes that comic is the master of drawing faces. And, as a result, a lot of the jokes that may have not been funny become funny because of a fitting facial expression. Doing this with stock faces is possible, but less likely to work.
Family Guy is a good pick for an example. Like all of these, they can be funny if you make a real joke and not just expect to use it and for everything else to work itself out into hilarity.
I actually love running gags when they are good… I don't actually know how to set apart good ones from bad ones, but I think a good example of the right way to do it is "Red Vs Blue" which uses them a lot and pretty well.
Shock humor has grown stale because nobody is shocked by rape, murder, racism, jokes about tragedies anymore, and it works even less well when it's obvious the creator is desperately trying to offend you. Good shock humor comes from doing something that is gross and unexpected enough to still cause genuine shock… it's also good to make an actual joke.
A good example of good shock humor is Sexy Losers.