... if you're a subscriber or bought/have seen this week's (April 25th) New Yorker, you know what was so special about this week's cartoons (I'm pretty sure it was unique). Out of curiosity which was your fave and/or the funniest (since it's the New Yorker, there might be a dif between one and the other)? Just to be on the safe side, it's best to refer to it by page number or by some relatively oblique reference for the sake of sensibly staying on the right side of the bright red line (hopefully, everyone can play nicely); I'm having a hard, hard time choosing just one, but I think it's probably the wife telling her husband to stop drawing...or maybe the oath (or maybe the fantastic team). The review of The Jungle Book was really good too, especially in its conclusion (I never read the 1895 second one , but the Kipling quote re: Mowgli re-entering the village of men at 17 was revelatory in its style)---and the article about the different T. V. series was likewise revelatory in its own way. Such a great mag!!!