Pete, Ramon, Cheezeburger and Rich hit the roundtable to talk about all the books they didn't get to in Episode 35!
Including Death of Wolverine: Weapon X, The Spider-Verse, Rasputin, and many more! Its a whole Extra hour of Pete's Basement!!
Pete and Pete begrudgingly make good on their bet with CollectorsComic.com creator Eddie DeAngelini and don their Kings championship shirts for this episode. The last two weeks saw a lot of great #1’s from Image, Dynamite, and BOOM!, including The Empty Man, The Blood Queen, Eye of Newt, and Thomas Alsop. Also Wildfire, Edward Grey: Tales of Unland, and The Lone Ranger! Who won the Zenith Press D-Day Giveaway? Who would win in a fight: Magneto or Galactus? Were the boys right about Nick Fury in Original Sin? Get to downloading and find out!
Illustrator and animator, Noella Borie, joins the Basement Crew to show off her new stop-motion animated feature Faceless Neil: Out of the Darkness! BOOM Studios holds the honor of Book of the Week! And the boys round out the roundtable discussion with offerings from Dynamite, Marvel, and DC, like Future's End, Chaos, Cyclops, Ultimate Spider-Man, and a crazy horror murder-mystery from Image appropriately titled Nailbiter.
Upcoming Zenoscope artist Adrian Velez joins Pete and Ramon this week to showcase his new artbook and talk some comics! Captain America: The Winter Soldier takes center stage and the boys can't give it enough stars! Join them for a full spoiler-free review of the movie and two weeks worth of #1's, including Batman Eternal, Flash Gordon, some crazy offerings from Image, and all new outer-space horror from Avatar's Caliban by master scribe Garth Ennis.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY PENNY!! Pete and Ramon mooch off of Penny's birthday cupcakes and whoopie pies as they discuss a week of beginnings and endings. Clockwork Angels and The Witcher take center stage - two unlikely hits that hopefully you didn't miss at your LCS! Daredevil swings through the mean streets of San Francisco as Animal Man and The Spider draw the curtains on their series' final issues.
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