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'''Joe Pokaski''' is a writer for the show ''[[Heroes]]''.
'''Joe Pokaski''' is a co-producer and writer for the show ''[[Heroes]]''. Pokaski served as an executive story editor on the second season. He was promoted to co-producer for the third season.


==Episodes Written==
==About==  
* ''[[Fallout]]''
Prior to working on ''Heroes'', Joe Pokaski was a production assistant on ''[[Crossing Jordan]]'' when he was 28 years old. When [[Tim Kring]]'s assistant left, Joe began filling in, and eventually became Tim's assistant. While working for the show, Joe wrote the episode of ''Crossing Jordan'' called ''The Elephant in the Room''. When Tim began working on [[Genesis|the pilot]] for ''Heroes'', he enlisted feedback and advice from Joe, an avid comic book reader. A few years later, and with the help of [[Jeph Loeb]], Joe wrote issues for the [[Marvel]] comic books ''Secret Invasion: Inhumans'' and ''Ultimate [[Fantastic Four]]''.
* ''[[Five Years Gone]]''
 
==Graphic Novels Written==
* ''[[Graphic Novel:Aftermath|Aftermath]]''
* ''[[Graphic Novel:Snapshots|Snapshots]]''
* ''[[Graphic Novel:Stolen Time|Stolen Time]]''
* ''[[Wireless, Part 2]]''
* ''[[Wireless, Part 3]]''
* ''[[Wireless, Part 4]]''
* ''[[Road Kill]]''
* ''[[Graphic Novel:String Theory|String Theory]]''
* ''[[Graphic Novel:Walls, Part 1|Walls, Part 1]]''
* ''[[Graphic Novel:Walls, Part 2|Walls, Part 2]]''


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==Notes==
==Notes==
*Joe Pokaski and [[Aron Coleite]] conduct a weekly interview on [http://www.comicbookresources.com/ Comic Book Resources] with Chris Ullrich, George Tramountanas and Emmett Furey. The series of interviews is called "Behind the [[Eclipse]]"; they discuss the show, the writing process, characters, and occasionally reveal spoilers.
*Joe Pokaski and [[Aron Coleite]] conducted a weekly interview on [http://www.comicbookresources.com/ Comic Book Resources] with Chris Ullrich, George Tramountanas, and Emmett Furey. They did this for the first three seasons of ''Heroes''. The series of interviews was called "Behind the [[Eclipse]]", and they discussed the show, the writing process, characters, and occasionally revealed spoilers. Links to many of these Q&A sessions can be found [[Interviews#Weekly Updates|here]].


==Trivia==
==Trivia==
* Joe Pokaski's name appears on [[:Image:Memorial names.JPG|a shrine]] at the [[explosion memorial]].
* Joe Pokaski's name appears on [[:Image:Memorial names.JPG|a shrine]] at the [[explosion memorial]].
* Joe and [[Sendhil Ramamurthy]] attended the same college and were in the same fraternity.


==External Links==
==External Links==
*[http://www.wizarduniverse.com/television/heroes/003063826.cfm TV Q&A: Heroes—Joe Pokaski] at wizarduniverse.com, 1/15/07
*[http://www.wizarduniverse.com/television/heroes/003063826.cfm TV Q&A: Heroes—Joe Pokaski] at wizarduniverse.com, 1/15/07
 
* [http://www.comicbookresources.com/media/video/cbrboatshow/heroes/heroes.html Interview with {{PAGENAME}}], [[Jesse Alexander]], and [[Aron Coleite]] at CBR, 7/27/07
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* [http://www.marvel.com/news/comicstories.3048.Tuesday_Q&A~colon~_Joe_Pokaski Q&A with Joe Pokaski] about ''Secret Invasion: Inhumans'', at [[Marvel]].com, 4/1/08
* [http://www.nbc.com/Heroes/video/clips/joe-pokaski/538584/ Video of Joe Pokaski] answering fan questions, 8/29/08
* [http://gregbeeman.blogspot.com/2008/09/beemans-blog-season-3-episode-3.html Interview with Joe Pokaski] at [[Greg Beeman]]'s blog, 9/29/08
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Latest revision as of 17:54, 13 October 2015

Joe Pokaski
Joe pokaski.jpg
About
Title Writer
Co-Producer
Date of birth 11 June 1974
Origin Randolph, MA, USA
Gender Male
IMDb profile
comicbookdb profile

Joe Pokaski is a co-producer and writer for the show Heroes. Pokaski served as an executive story editor on the second season. He was promoted to co-producer for the third season.

About

Prior to working on Heroes, Joe Pokaski was a production assistant on Crossing Jordan when he was 28 years old. When Tim Kring's assistant left, Joe began filling in, and eventually became Tim's assistant. While working for the show, Joe wrote the episode of Crossing Jordan called The Elephant in the Room. When Tim began working on the pilot for Heroes, he enlisted feedback and advice from Joe, an avid comic book reader. A few years later, and with the help of Jeph Loeb, Joe wrote issues for the Marvel comic books Secret Invasion: Inhumans and Ultimate Fantastic Four.

* In His Own Image

Episodes Written

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Notes

  • Joe Pokaski and Aron Coleite conducted a weekly interview on Comic Book Resources with Chris Ullrich, George Tramountanas, and Emmett Furey. They did this for the first three seasons of Heroes. The series of interviews was called "Behind the Eclipse", and they discussed the show, the writing process, characters, and occasionally revealed spoilers. Links to many of these Q&A sessions can be found here.

Trivia

External Links


  Crew edit
Producers

Jesse AlexanderAllan ArkushAdam ArmusSkip BeaudineGreg BeemanNatalie ChaidezJim ChoryAron Eli ColeiteCarlos CotoKay FosterRob FrescoBryan FullerCathy Mickel GibsonMichael GreenDennis HammerTim KringJeph LoebLori MotyerMichael Nankin‎J.J. PhilbinJoe PokaskiDavid SemelMark VerheidenMark Warshaw

Writers

Jesse AlexanderAdam ArmusJoy BlakeMelissa BlakeNatalie ChaidezAron Eli ColeiteCarlos CotoKay FosterRob FrescoBryan FullerMichael GreenMisha GreenOliver GrigsbyChuck KimTim KringJeph LoebJim MartinJ.J. PhilbinJoe PokaskiMark VerheidenAury WallingtonChristopher Zatta

Graphic Novel Writers

Jesse AlexanderGreg BeemanChristine BoylanYule CaiseJoe CaseyAndrew ChamblissAron Eli ColeitePierluigi CothranZach CraleyJoseph Robert DonnellyD.J. DoyleErin FitzgeraldOliver GrigsbyR.D. HallBill HooperHowie KaplanJoe KellyTimm KepplerChuck KimJ.T. KrulJim MartinFoz McDermottJohn O'HaraJoe PokaskiDuncan RouleauMark SableSteven T. SeagleCarri WagnerMark WarshawHarrison WilcoxDavid WohlChristopher Zatta

See Also: Art DepartmentAssistantsAssistant DirectorsAuthorsCamera OperatorsDirectorsEditorsEffects DepartmentHair and MakeupLocations DepartmentPhotographersSound and MusicStand-InsStunt DepartmentOther Crew MembersReborn CrewGraphic Novel ArtistsGraphic Novel ColoristsGraphic Novel OtherWebisodes CrewEvolutions CrewCountdown CrewCast