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Pete's Basement at The Brooklyn POW Con - 1.26.19

Pete and Ramon are at the Brooklyn POW Con talking with showrunner Sal Lo Medico! Find how what it takes to put together a comic convention, check out Sal's awesome art, and get a full tour of the show floor! Read more »

Pete's Basement Episode 500!

It’s the PETE’S BASEMENT 500th EPISODE!! The original crew is back together for this special event! Join Pete, Ramon, Adam, and Steve as they walk down memory lane. Hear how it all started, 10 years ago, and what they’re up to today. The boys discuss some new comic culture trends, movies, and tv shows, as well as what books they’re currently enjoying reading. What are you still doing reading!? Join in the laughs and hit that play button!

Pizza, Breakfast, & Dad Logic - Pete's Basement Extras!

 

Roger has some insight on a time-saving healthy breakfast for kids.

 

The Great Quarter Water Debate! - Pete's Basement Extras

You know those  little colored drinks that you get at your corner store for 25 cents? The ones that come in the little keg barrel-shaped plastic bottles? The only things that have withstood economic  inflation all these years?
Yea, those. What do YOU call them?

 

Super Mario World Map of Bushwick Brooklyn NY

I might be able to navigate through the area better if the map looked like this! The map not only features many of favorite Bushwick locales, including Maria Hernandez Park, The McKibbin Lofts, Cafe Ghia  and a pizza for Roberta’s, but it is also a scavenger hunt type map.

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Greenpoint Gazette Celebrates our 300th Episode

Check out the article about Greenpoint's favorite comic book talk show, by Greenpoint's favorite local paper:

Via Greenpoint Gazette

 

Greenpoint Gazette Gets Hip to The Basement

Pete in the Greenpoint Gazette looking a little like Hitler

We'll we've been Daily, and Happy, we've been Indie, and now we're Green - point that is. The super local paper the Greenpoint Gazette, which Pete and I have been readers of since we were knee-high to a johnny pump, has recognized your favorite Basement quartet with a full length article. They went in depth with Pete - they followed him around during his daily shaving routines; to the grocery store where he is known as El Salvador de Paco, a hero to some and tormentor to others. If you're in the Greenpoint area, pick one up at your local bodega or laundromat. If not check out the awesome article on their website: http://www.greenpointnews.com/entertainment/talking-about-comics-in-pete...

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