First up glorious illustrative stylings of Franklin Booth.
All I can tell you about this master of the pen can be found in the article itself. Big props to "Nemo", by this time they've learned the limits of inexpensively reproducing art on newsprint and the art department has learned to work within these limits to achieve the best possible image. These pages are lush and full of life. Images that seem a little crooked in the scans are the result of the magazine's prints being a little off-kilter.
Gorgeous stuff here!
Nemo also continues it's publishing of Allen Saunders' autobiography "Playwright for Paper Actors". Here's part 2.
And here are coming attractions for issue #6. I remember being so excited that a magazine apparently published "just for me" was not cancelled after it's 2nd issue. I used to just get giddy seeing what was promised next time around and holding my breath for 2 months waiting to see if it actually saw fruition.