Dear Ms. Estep: I enjoyed the first book, Karma Girl, and found that the comic book homage is still fun in Hot Mama. However, like the first book, I find that there is problem of pacing which results from the difficult balance between the emotional arcs the characters and the ... more >
Jennifer Estep’s sophomore book, Hot Mama, was reviewed in Entertainment Weekly (the issue with Johnny Depp on the cover). The book was the only romance reviewed this week and received a grade of B. You can read the entirety of the review at Estep’s blog.
Dear Ms. Croft: I really wanted to like this book. I like the publishing house. I met the authors behind the psuedonym (Larissa Ione and Stephanie Tyler) and they seem totally great. Unfortunately, nothing in this story actually worked for me. The book opens with a heavy sexual overtone and ... more >
Yes but No But Yes put together a list of the Top 15 Unintentionally Funny Comic Book Panels. The list includes references to the Joker’s Boner, Wonder Woman’s vanity, Archie beating off three other guys, and Robin exposing himself. Part of me read the panels with some disbelief. Surely, these ... more >