By day, she writes comic books, by night, she lives them. MG Martin lives and breathes geek culture. She works as a writer for a comic-book company that she idolized as a kid, and despite her love for hooded vigilantes, she prefers comics that stay on the page. When someone in LA starts recreating crime scenes from one of her favorite comic books, MG is the best, and only, lead. For every superhero, there is a supervillain, and the villain of her story may be closer than they think.
The Frame-Up is a great first book to a series; it’s fast-paced and filled to the brim of geek culture that’s easy to understand for those who may not be into geek culture, and with insider knowledge for those that live and breathe geek culture. One thing that I enjoyed while reading The Frame-Up was how the novel showed the gender dynamics of the comic book industry and how the main character, MG, struggled with being heard in the industry, as well as the author’s attention to fandoms and how MG and her friend group were living and breathing fandoms. The Frame-Up is fast paced and will definitely keep you on the edge of your seat.
|Author||Meghan Scott Molin|
|Page Count||343 pages|
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|Category||Science Fiction & Fantasy|