Reviews for Cartooniverse Mother-Daughter Crossover Sextacular

BY : GeorgeGlass

  • From Fabian on April 23, 2021

    Hello, Mr. Glass!

    I'm Fabian and I've been a fan of your work for quite some time, though this is the first review I've decided to write. Of the many, many online writers I've found over the years (who dabble in a certain kind of erotica) you are by far one of the most talented and prolific.

    Your skill never ceases to impress me, and I find myself visiting this site on a semi-regular basis almost exclusively to read your work (as many of the other writers I like have sadly stopped posting).

    What amazes me is not only your ability to construct an energetic and titillating scene of unbridled passion, but also your ability to make me laugh. Your talent for subtle humor (and subtlety in general) is incredibly rare and, to be honest, a breath of fresh air.

    I must have read a thousand vignettes, short stories, poems and assorted works in my time, but tales such as Rated F: A Phineas and Ferb Sex Comedy or The Miss Cutie Patootie Pageant are easily some of the best of them all.

    Which brings me to Cartooniverse Mother-Daughter Crossover Sextacular:

    What a fun romp this is turning out to be! I genuinely love the pageant/competition formula and I'm overjoyed that you didn't waste a single opportunity for a hilarious cameo. I felt so much nostalgia each and every time someone from an old 90s cartoon or Pixar film would show up to comment on the events unfolding on stage. You captured their personalities wonderfully and I truly feel that they would indeed say the things they said, even in these unbelievable circumstances.

    To add to that, your mastery of tone is something to behold. Few writers, in my experience, can tell a story that involves the kinds of things Helen did to Violet without it feeling like something out of Game of Thrones or Black Mirror. But somehow, someway, you manage to reel it in and keep it light and fun. These are two-dimensional cartoon characters after all (except the Parr family, which Helen hilariously pointed out).

    I'm really enjoying this story so far, and I'm excited for it's conclusion.

    Thank you for all that you've done, Mr. Glass. I'll try to write more reviews in the future, if for no other reason than to show my appreciation for your work.

    -- Fabian

    PS - If you'll forgive me, I think I may have spotted a possible continuity error in chapter three? When Isabella and Vivian take the stage, there's a moment when Isabella pulls off her white teddy-top. After the Powerpuff girls have their humorous exchange, Isabella is then described as rubbing herself "through the diaphanous fabric of her teddy-top."

    Just thought I would point it out! Looking forward to chapter four!

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  • From Fairy-Slayer on April 19, 2021

    (Chapter 3)

    First of all, it was great to see Lola get her comeuppance in such a fun way, and I have to wonder if the score wasn't 0 because the judges saw her humping the fire hose. (As for the glass, people don't always stop to read directions when they're on fire, plus IRL it probably draws more attention than just shouting.) Also, the aside that Timmy Turner may be responsible for all of this was cute, though I suppose he could have meant just being able to get in.

    Helen's utter decompensation into full-on sexual abuse was pretty gripping, both good and bad. It's not hard to imagine that many in the audience actually were more titillated by the rough non-con. It's also pretty telling that she didn't have much concern for Violet's feelings but only for getting a good score while also scoring again. It's even more shocking because you write in so much extra detail for that pair, that I've been assuming that they were destined to win – so it's a great change-up and throws some extra seriousness into the competition. It'll be interesting to see how things play out in the final chapter, but I can't imagine if their home life will ever be the same.

    Regardless, it was all very sexy and fun, even what little time Lola and Rita had onstage. Real-time X-ray was a pretty spectacular trick, and more amazing Violet could get the right level even under unexpectedly more-stressful conditions. Lois and Meg were fun, but even funnier when we saw just how literally anal-retentive Lois can be. :)

    For me though, Isabella and Vivian's time was the pure, sweet winner for the cuteness, happiness, and love that makes it all so much better. Maybe it's because we can get inside the minds and see some of what's happened behind the scenes, but they really seem to have the most love and joy of any contestants, a true togetherness.

    Thanks for more sexy fun and even more for the added drama.

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  • From Maxsteele1986 on April 05, 2021

    Lola might be amazing, but there's no way she can find a way to trick two super heroines as skilled as Helen and Violet.

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  • From Fairy-Slayer on January 25, 2021

    Chapter 2

    The kissing was a great start, but now it's really getting hot. The stripteases (at least the ones that happened) were fantastic, and I love how you were able to describe something that visual and erotic so wonderfully and at just the right pace for the action.

    The added insight to the behind-the-scenes conflicts was pretty terrific too, with Rita confronting (however timidly) Lola about her methods, and of course more of Helen's internal struggle to… well, not get ahead of herself I guess. :) And even though it got Team Daring disqualified, Riley's freak-out was a pretty great performance on its own. Cute to see Judy still struggling to develop a rapport with Daria… and even cuter of Daria to push some uncomfortable buttons.

    Anyway, I hope Planet Express made their next delivery on time, and that Zoidberg didn't insist on pointing out the "chocolate" theme of the run that day. Though more so, I hope Ralph helped Vanellope wax her floor during the intermission. :) Thanks for more of this wacky sexy fun.

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  • From thebogeyman on January 24, 2021

    Well written, and although I'm not familiar with all the characters, you seem to have captured the different personalities of the ones I do know perfectly. Can't wait to see who wins and why.

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