Well, all we have to say is, "It's about time!" After the timely release of the first three volumes in this excellent reprint project that was a long time dream of series designer, Chris Ware, we waited... and waited... and waited... and still no fourth volume. Now, finally, we have it. This time we have on hand two full years of continuity of Walt and Phyllis's growing domestic bliss that is both a joy and comfort to behold. In addition, as though to make up for the lost time, we also have over 80 pages of bonus material including another essay but comics scholar and Gasoline Alley fan, Jeet Heer, a copious selection of King family photos, and, for us the best of all, 25 loose leaf sketchbook pages containing drawings of the American southwest that Ware surmises were drawn in 1931 that are deft, highly controlled pencil and conte crayon(?) drawings that look like they might have been done by Frank Santoro. PLUS, at the very end, one Chris Ware related surprise that was interesting to say the least. In other words: the wait is over, and the book is worth it.