Long time friend of the basement Craig Rippon and his daugher Faith drop by to talk about their new documentary Black Ink! Greg's long-awaited return to the roundtable! Pete actually likes a book about clones and a book about Damian Wayne! Also, does the NBA even care about travelling anymore? Grab some scotch, grab a beer, and join the madness!
Pete's is talking with Michael Martin, the co-creator of Blood & Dust: The Life & Undeath of Judd Glenny! Read more »
Dimitrios sits down to talk about his soon to open comic book shop, Anyone Comics, in Brooklyn, NY. Pete has a good time collecting old Archie covers. Ramon can't believe the books Pete makes him read. We're giving away some signed Millennials comics. Grab some whiskey, grab a beer, relax and watch the show.
Pete's in the Stranger Comics booth talking with Josh Cozine about one of his favorite anime and manga characters, Vampire Hunter D!
After an enormously successful Kickstarter campaign, D is poised to star in his very first western comic book adventure, A Message From Mars!
Our New York Comic Con giveaway continues on this fully loaded episode of Pete's Basement! Suicide Squad review is up at bat! The Fallen gets high marks! Zendaya to play Mary Jane? Our buddy AGE drops by to giveaway some of his amazing pin-up art. Rich and Trish sit in as well to show off the final issue in Rich's Amazing Spider-Man collection! All this and cluster-bombs going off from The Shadow! Drop the kids off at the pool, and tune in!
IT'S OUR 400TH EPISODE EXTRAVAGANZA! Ramon and your questions vs ten Basement regulars and special guests in this extremely sloppy comic book trivia drinking game! Twenty questions and twenty shots! See who survives and who taps out! Plus we announce the winner of Tony Wolf's 1-800-DEAD-ROBIN. And just try to follow along as the panel drunkenly review's Batman v Superman! All this and tons of bombs will be dropped! Including an exclusive hint at the future of the Hulk in the MCU! What are you waiting for? Grab a gallon of whiskey and play along, but please watch responsibly.
What would you do with super powers? I mean, realistically.
Five inner-city teenagers from New York City are faced with that exact question in the pages of PAGES, a comic brought to you from the mind of Sunny Singh. When a strange dream affects Jamaal, AJ, Jerry, Dae, and Tiffany, they each wake up with their own unique super powers that are out of this world! All of which are linked to a series of mystical tomes written in a strange, indecipherable language. Read more »