Josh Reviews Star Trek: Prodigy Season One
The animated Star Trek: Prodigy is set about five years after the series finale of Star Trek: Voyager (the third and final live-action Star Trek TV series set in the 24th century, following Star Trek: The Next Generation and Star Trek: Deep Space Nine). A group of young people in a
News Around the Net!
At last — Ted Lasso season three is coming!! Here’s the Super Bowl trailer for Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny: This is a great-looking trailer for Air, the film reuniting Ben Affleck and Matt Damon on-screen: I’m thrilled that Ben Affleck is back directing.
Jose and the Pirate Captain Toledano Updates!
I have lots of fun updates to share regarding my graphic novel José and the Pirate Captain Toledano! Set in the shadows of the Spanish Inquisition, the graphic novel is the coming-of-age story of José Alfaro, a young refugee who forms a powerful bond with the mysterious Pirate Capta
Josh Reviews Sidney
Sidney is a documentary on Apple TV about the great Sidney Poitier. It’s directed by Reginald Hudlin (who has directed many films including House Party and Boomerang, and who also is a talented comic book writer) and executive produced by Oprah Winfrey. The film traces Mr. Poi
Josh Reviews See How They Run
Set in London in 1953, See How They Run tells the story of a murder that rocks the production of the Agatha Christie murder mystery play The Mousetrap. Grizzled Scotland Yard Inspector Stoppard (Sam Rockwell) and the young, eager Constable Stalker (Saoirse Ronan) are tasked with in
Josh Reviews The Sandman Season One
Neil Gaiman’s The Sandman is one of the all-time classic comic book series. Mr. Gaiman’s run on this comic (created for DC comics, and eventually used as the basis for DC’s “Vertigo” imprint for mature readers) lasted for 75 issues, published from 1989
Josh Reviews Lightyear
In the Pixar film Lightyear, Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear and his partner Alisha Hawthorne are assigned to shepherd a group of colonists to the planet that will serve as their new home. But when their ship crash-lands on an unknown, hostile world, Buzz devotes himself to finding a wa
Josh Reviews The People We Hate at the Wedding
The People We Hate at the Wedding was directed by Claire Scanlon (who’s directed a lot of great TV comedies, including the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Interactive Special for Netflix) and written by Wendy Molyneux & Lizzie Molyneux-Logelin (who are apparently writing the scrip
Josh Reviews Girls5Eva Seasons One and Two!
Soon after watching We Are Lady Parts, I decided to move on to another Peacock comedy show about a musical group comprised of four women: Girls5Eva! Both are terrific shows, although they’re very different. Girls5Eva is a much sillier, zanier show. It was created by Meredith
Josh’s Favorite Comic Book Series of 2022!
Thanks for reading my list of my favorite graphic novels of 2022! And now, here’s my list of my favorite comic book series of 2022: 21. X-Men Legends (by Roy Thomas, Ann Nocenti, Whilce Portacio, and others) — I love the idea: bring back big-name creators who have worked on