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Pete's Basement Season 9, Episode 40 - 12.20.16

It's the last Pete's Basement episode of 2016! And Pete, Ramon, and Rich are here to take you out with a bang! Or at least a shot...come to think of it, more than a few shots. You know Pete. Who needs eggnog when you've got a good aged Scotch. Christmas bells ring loud in the Ghost Rider X-Mas Special Infinite Comic by Wu-Tang's own Method Man! Rockstar and Motor Crush, both from Image, round out the top picks for the week. What do the boys think of Inhumans versus X-Men? How are the Transformers doing since Revolution? And what's up with a McFarlane sketch cover?

Pete's Basement Season 8, Episode 14 - 4.21.15

Pete and Ramon are at the table to talk some more Convergence books! Batman meets Batman as Bruce Wayne meets his father Thomas from Earth 2! Two men who, through tragedy, have fallen down the same path in life. What will happen when they finally come face to face? Also, what happens when you mix The X-Men with HP Lovecraft? You get Behemoth, the new book drawn by JK Woodward from Monkeybrain Comics! And its Archie versus...The Predator?? Move over Arnold!

Arkham City Follow-Up Coming Soon?


While not given an official fancy announcement yet… a third addition to the Batman: Arkham series of video games could be out as early as this year! Read more »

Pete's Basement Season 5, Episode 46 - 11.27.12

Steve is blatantly absent from this Thanksgiving segment episode. Steve-haters, you can finally watch without your thumb over the left side of the screen. Pete and Ramon review their comic book haul for your geeky pleasure.

Pete's Basement Season 5, Episode 25 - 6.26.12

The New York summer heat brings many unpleasant things: swamp-ass, baked-garbage stank on the streets, but maybe worst of all is the onset of heat-delirium. Pete is showing signs. Ramon-- it's debatable. Steve... let's have a moment of silence for Steve's sanity.... COMIC BOOKS! Oh no, I guess I'm next!

Pete's Basement Season 5, Episode 20 - 5.22.12

What sinister game has ensnared the basement boys? Where is Steve? Why is J.K. Woodward sitting in Steve's chair? Is A. David Lewis somehow the evil mastermind behind this dastardly plot, or is he really just here to tell us about The Tome?

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