Next up is the long delayed second volume in the series of volumes collecting the acme of Crane's craft, Buz Sawyer. This volume begins woith a two-part introductory essay by Jeet Heer, "The Perfectionist and His Team," followed by "A Word on Comic Strip Formats" by Rick Norwood. Then we head straight into 210 pages of non-stop greatness! The majority of the book is composed of daily strips, three to a page, but, in a divergence from the first volume, this volume contains the sole storyline in the 46-year history of Buz Sawyer that crossed over from the daily strips into the Sunday strips, which have come to be know as "The Salvaduras Sundays." Whereas all other Sunday strips were titled Buz Sawyer featuring His Gunner on Bomber 13 (later shortened to simply His Pal ) Roscoe Sweeney, these Sunday strips were titled simply Buz Sawyer. This volume collects all 21 Sunday strips in this series – chronologically interspersed with the black and white dailies for a seamless reading experince – for the first time ever in color. Three cheers for everone involved. This volume is well worth the wait.