Re-Reading Steve Englehart’s Classic “New” Fantastic Four Comics from the Eighties!
One of my favorite comic book series as a kid was The Fantastic Four, and to this day, I still deeply love those characters. Although I’ve gone back (many times now!) to read and love John Byrne’s lengthy run on the FF in the eighties, I actually started reading the FF
Josh’s Favorite Graphic Novels of 2022!
I’ll always remember 2022 as the year my first full-length graphic novel was published! It’s José and the Pirate Captain Toledano, a swashbuckling adventure story about Jewish pirates that’s also a coming-of-age tale about finding oneself and connecting to oneR
Josh’s Favorite Comic Book Series of 2021 — Part Two!
Yesterday I began my list of my favorite comic book series of 2021! Here’s the conclusion of my list: 20. Dune: House Atreides (by Brian Herbert & Kevin J. Anderson & Dev Pramanik) — Despite my love for Dune, I didn’t care for the prequel novels written by Mr.
Josh’s Favorite Comic Book Series of 2021 — Part One!
There were so many wonderful comic book stories published in 2021! It fills me with joy that this medium I love so much is still so vibrant. Maybe you’re a reader of this site who likes some of the movies and TV shows I write about, but you’ve never been into any comic
Josh Reviews Madi, the Graphic Novel Conclusion to Duncan Jones’ Moon Trilogy
Duncan Jones has described his 2018 film Mute as the second part in trilogy of loosely-connected sci-fi films set in the universe of his breakout 2009 film Moon. Mr. Jones has spoken of being unsure that he’d be able to raise the funds to make his third planned film; instead,