There (were) two egoist papers: My Own, and the (now defunct) Sovereign Self. If you like My Own, Sovereign Self is worth checking out. They never had an online presence, but physical copies are still available through www.littleblackcart.com, and I think some of the writing is on theanarchistlibrary.org. I have heard people talk about the zine Anchorage Anarchist as somewhat individualist, but I've never actually read it, so I can't corroborate that.
Another thing from the past that might be of interest to you is Wilful Disobedience, Wolfi Landstreicher's zine, which is now anthologized in a book on Ardent Press, also available through LBC.
In addition to that, I would suggest checking out Modern Slavery, a thick journal co-edited by one of the founding editors of AJODA. It is definitely Stirner influenced, and there are two issues available. It is thick, (a couple hundred pages) and has serialized stuff (including a newer body of work from Wolfi).