Blu-Ray/DVD Review: Let’s Go PJ Masks & Other Adventures

Night in the city, and a brave band of heroes is ready to face fiendish villains to stop them messing with your day! I first became aware of PJ Masks […]

Night in the city, and a brave band of heroes is ready to face fiendish villains to stop them messing with your day!

I first became aware of PJ Masks when I saw a commercial on Disney Junior. My son loves superheroes (like his day) and seeing how it was kid friendly I thought he might like it. Like it? The kid loved it! 

PJ Masks is made of 3 kids: Connor, Greg, and Amaya. They are all in elementary school, and when trouble happens during the day, these 3 become the heroes at night known as the PJ Masks: Catboy, Gekko, and Owlette.  They operate out of a tower and have all kinds of powers and vehicles. 

All in all, the show is really cute. The episodes are about 15 minutes each and they really are action packed. There is also a lesson to be learned by one of the PJ Masks. Mainly dealing with social issues, but it takes a light-hearted approach. But the best thing about PJ Masks is it isn’t gender specific. This is a property that appeals to both boys and girls. I find that awesome.

Entertainment One, in association with 20th Century Fox, have put out a DVD with 6 episodes and a music video. Personally, I feel you could have put the whole season on the DVD, but that might be the plan later on down the road. At price point around $9, it is a great value. 

PJ Mask is one of these shows that I can’t recommend enough, but it is a show for younger children. 

PJ Mask: Let’s Go PJ Masks & Other Adventure is available now on DVD at most retail locations.

Brian Isaacs - Executive Editor / Publisher

About Brian Isaacs - Executive Editor / Publisher

An avid comic collector/reader for over 40 years and self-proclaimed professor of comicology, Brian original started up the site Pendragon’s Post to share his voice. Well that voice has been shared, and evolved into The Fanboy Factor. Brian is an advocate for remembering comic roots, and that we don’t forget what was created in the past, and encourage everyone to read it as well. When not swimming in geek culture, he can be seen corrupting..introducing his young son to comics, much to his wife’s chagrin.