This time around we have interviews with popular mainstream comics author, Brian K. Vaughan (Runaways, Y the Last Man, etc.) and Italian graphic novelist, Gipi (Garage Band, War Story, etc.). There are the usual truckload of reviews, among which the highlight is the debut of Frank Santoro as the reviewer for "Minimalism," The Journal's coulmn devoted to reviews of self-published work, in which he gives us his take on ten deserving creations. This issue's classic comics section is devoted to "The Theorist," an early full-page strip by Charles A. Voight that ran in the original Life humor magazine from 1915 to 1921. It delineates the mayhem wrought by a man who thinks too much for his own good; it features concise writing, crisp penwork, and a strong understanding on the relationship between delivery, pacing and the punchline; and, hey, whattaya know -- it's funny!