First introduced to Copacetic Customers as part of our 2005 SPX haul, The Drama is a quarterly arts magazine with a major focus on comics, that is one of the best values out there. The artists featured will be familiar to readers of Kramers Ergot, The Ganzfeld and MOME, who will be on largely familiar territory here -- but not completely: The Drama has its own vision and it is decidedly informed by the independent gallery milieu, and as it is based in Richmond, Virginia, it offers a unique regional perspective as well. This 104 page issue -- the biggest yet -- offers a 72 page full color magazine section followed by "This It," a 32-page duo-tone comics (mostly) & columns section. The cover feature is a heavily illustrated interview with the Swiss artists known as Elvis Studio, conducted by Alvin Buenaventura. In addition, Julie Doucet is featured in her own profusely illustrated interview with Dan "Ganzfeld" Nadel. The comics section features the work of Mark Bell, Mark Burrier,Tom Gauld, Brian Ralph, and many others; plus, David Heatly illustrates the dreams of Erika Clowes!