Danny's Blog #2 (My favorite stand alone comic of all time)


This is Blog numbero dos (that's "number 2") for me and in it I'll be giving you my answer to the question featured on Episode 7 of "The Basement". That question is "What is your favorite stand alone comic of all time?". After viewing episode 7 an orgy of comic books happened in my head. I wish an orgy of Lindsay Lohan clones happened in my house but Scarlet Witch wasn't around to fuck with reality and bring it to life. Sad days, sad days. The only problem (minus the no Lindsay situation) was that none of the comics were really stand alone and were all part of a story arc somehow. Read more »

garfield minus garfield

" Who would have guessed that when you remove Garfield from the Garfield comic strips, the result is an even better comic about schizophrenia, bipolor disorder, and the empty desperation of modern life? "

This site has been making the rounds the past few days. I wouldn't say it makes the comic better per se, but it brings out an interesting dimension to Jon's character you may have missed with Garfield "answering" him.



Pete's Basement Episode 7 - 02.26.08


Pete, Adam, Ramon and Steve answer the all too hard question; what's the meaning of life? Actually, they answer the second hardest question; what is your favorite stand alone comic of all time? Will they be able to answer it in the alloted time?

A Few More Issues To Cover 2/24/08


A Few More Issues To Cover

1) Ultimate Human 2 of 4/ Writer: Warren Ellis/ Penciler: Cary Nord

2) Batman/Superman 46/ Writer: Michael Green & Mike Johnson/ Penciler: Shane Davis

3) Immortal Iron Fist: Orson Randall And The Green Mist of Death/ Writer: Matt Fraction/ Penciler: Nick Dragotta, Russ Heath, Mike Alfred, Laura Alfred, Lewis LaRosa, Stefano Gaudiano, Matt Hollingsworth & Mitch Breitweiser Read more »

Bob's Books 2/23/08

OK, I am actually doing this on time. This week there will be no episode of Pete's Basement. It's a long story, but the quick and short of it involves immigration, jelly and the retirement of Castro. Ok so that wasn't all true. We will be having something of a new episode. tune in and find out!
So i hope you enjoy my review of this weeks books. Please be aware that SPOILERS lay ahead. Read more »

Episode 6- Titles We Didn't Cover

The Amazing Captain Goon

Some Titles That We Didn't Cover

1) Captain Marvel 3 of 5/ Writer: Brian Reed/ Penciler: Lee Weeks

2) Amazing Spider-Man 550/ Writer: Marc Guggenheim/ Penciler: Salvador Larroca

3) The Goon 21/ Writer & Penciler: Eric Powell Read more »

Pete's Basement Episode 6 - 02.19.08


Adam's back. Danny has returned for a second round. Ramon tries to wrap his mind around what the cost of comics has done to his wallet and his soul. Pete continues his segment on ebay and patience. By the looks of 'em, you'd think they were all somebody's patient.


I'm trying this blog thing for the first time. In my first blog entry I would be giving you an overview on "GREEN ARROW/BLACK CANARY" and "BATMAN". Now before I get into "GREEN ARROW/BLACK CANARY" let me give you a little overview on GREEN ARROW. Read more »

Bob's Books 2/18/08

Ok, so i know i am posting late. It's a 5 day weekend for me and i am catching up on much needed laziness. We filmed a last minute episode. Yes episode 6 almost never happened. You see we all have girlfriends, hell one of us is married. Guess who?
So the plan was to originally skip a weekend filming. But we saw the books coming out that week and decided to pull one out. Guess from where?
Anyways, here you go on my full list:

•Countdown 11 - I just don't know. I hope Infinite Crisis is worth the expensive hell this series is putting me through! Read more »

Preptime Posse Loves Us Almost As Much As We Love It Back.

Preptime Posse, you complete me!

For those of you who enjoy our discourse on serial storytelling couture (aka our comic book geekery), I cannot recommend enough the diversity and intelligence with which our brother Interwubbers over at Preptime Posse attack the artform. With writers from all over the globe, the Preptimers manage sharp, literate dialog about America's premier artform (okay, fine...after jazz and hip hop...but it's up there. Fuck you, MoMa) without being pretentious in the least. Read more »

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