So, like, did they forget to mention one and then throw it in later? Or was there so much confusion about the titles that they just figured, "OH, HELL. THEY'RE BOTH GREAT: LET'S JUST KEEP ALL SIX!"
ETA: Should have read the LA Times post more carefully: "We could have taken one of the books away to keep it five, but we decided that it was better to add a sixth one as an exception, because they're all good books." So, really, it was my second suspicion. Which is much more bizarre. And hilarious. Literary hijinks. I LIKE!
I had to go with Alpheus Williams, but it wasn't an easy decision. (I mean, the most obvious pick would be Burnside, of course, and J.E.B. Stuart's looks the thickest and most lustrous, but Williams' look Brings The Awesome in a way that surpassed all others.)
"The breast size and cleavage factor of Betty and Veronica changed through the years," Yoe says. "I wasn't able to precisely correlate the rising and the falling of these matters to the stock market or I'd be a wealthy man instead of a cartoonist and comics historian.