Review: In Love & Pajamas – Catana Chetwynd

Review: In Love & Pajamas – Catana ChetwyndIn Love & Pajamas
by Catana Chetwynd
Publisher: Andrews McMeel Publishing
Publication Date: February 2, 2021
Genres: Graphic Novel, Humor
Pages: 128
Source: NetGalley

I received an advance review copy of this book from NetGalley. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

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From the author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Snug and the bestselling Little Moments of Love comes an all-new collection, In Love & Pajamas by Catana Chetwynd of Catana Comics! 

When you've reached that sweatpants-wearing cozy place in your relationship, it's all In Love & Pajamas This brand-new collection of Catana Comics presents some fan favorites and half of the book features never-before-seen comics that delight and amuse readers of all ages.  Wholesome, sweet, feel-good humor!

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While I enjoyed Catana Chetwynd’s first collection, it was a bit too cutesy for me. This one, however, struck a different chord with me. While it’s still pretty cutesy, it’s also a bit toned down and more about being an established couple. Plus, after 2020, who doesn’t need something pure and sweet?

In Love & Pajamas comic

The general theme of the collection is being loved, weirdness and all, and for the most part, I found the comics charming and worth a giggle. I wouldn’t say they’re laugh-out-loud funny, and that’s not the intent. They’re not the kind of comics you have to send to everyone because “omg it’s so funny,” they’re the ones you send to your significant other because they remind you of your relationship. There’s lots of silliness about choosing to stay in and cuddle rather than going out, bits about their dog, and just generally how weird they are, together.

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The artist has a very recognizable style, with characters with adorably big heads and eyes. It’s deceptively simple line art done mostly in greyscale, but the characters are still very expressive, though John’s beard/hair combo took a little to get used to. The lettering also emphasizes roundness (and adds to the cuteness) but I found it easily readable.

In Love & Pajamas comic

Overall, this collection has perfect timing, as it’s the exact sort of thing I could see someone buying their significant other for Valentine’s Day.

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