It is, of course, a trick question. Don't get me wrong, Ariel Levy's feature on Newt 'n' Callista (or Cally Lou, as we are mortified to discover her family calls her) is entertaining and well written. I was excited when I first viewed it: 7 whole (internet) pages of Callista! Wow!
Here's the problem: it's bait and switch. Just a couple of pages in, the author, perhaps frustrated with Goddess Callista's inner boringness, turns what first promised to be a Callista Festival into... a boring retelling of Newt's career and previous marriages. And she never gets back to Callista! She just drops her!
There are some new, tiny tidbits, sure, but what a letdown! Favorite part: a fan brings up the specter of hair dye, and Callista, not pleased, quickly changes the subject to Ellis the Elephant.
At least Jorge Arévalo's mean, Risko-esque caricature is a winner.