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Pete's Basement Season 10, Episode 7 - 3.1.17

It's a double-sized episode of Pete's Basement jam-packed with guest stars! Michael Valentine, creator and director of the documentary Comix: Beyond The Comic Book Pages joins us all the way from California in the first ever live interview! Comix features interviews with Stan Lee, Neal Adams, Frank Miller, and many more! Captain Zorikh joins the roundtable to tell us all why this year's Big Apple Comic Con CAN NOT be missed! Comic and entertainment guests abound, so make sure you get your tickets early! THEN!

Pete's Basement Season 9, Episode 10 - 3.22.16

Daredevil Season 2 hits Netflix and Jon Bernthal's Punisher is the talk of the town! Get inside Frank Castle's head as Pete, one of his biggest fans, speculates on how the man thinks, his motivations, his limits, and generally what makes him tick. Spider-Man: Dead No More has Pete and Rich flipping their lids, and Civil War II seems like deja'vu all over again. Where have we heard this story before? Plenty more comics, and more tasty treats from 8-Bit Bake Shop!

Pete's Basement Season 7, Episode 34 - 10.28.14

Rich joins Ramon and Pete at the roundtable to geek out over this week's comic book goodies. She-Ra makes her debut in Masters of the Universe. The psychotic finger-collecting demon Swivel from Colder: Bad Seed is enough to give the entire Basement Crew nightmares! And he's just the start of the horror comics the boys have to review for you this week! So make sure your flashlight has batteries, throw the covers over your head, and start downloading!

Pete's Basement Season 7, Episode 32 Part 1- 10.7.14

Pete and Ramon hit the roundtable with Dimitrios Fragiskatos and Tom Griffin, the creators of Greasers in Greece, to discuss this week's new releases in a feature-length two part episode! In Part 1 the boys will discuss Sam Wilson taking over as Captain America in the latest issue, as well as D and Tom's newest book, Frankenstein vs. Dracula: Throughout the Ages! Stick around for New Gods and Green Lantern action in the inappropriately named Godhead, and the travesty that has befallen The Main Man, Lobo. Indie number 1's and even a new contest wrap up the first installment of episode 32!

Pete's Basement Season 7, Episode 5 - 2.25.14

The Pete's Basement 300th Episode Comic Book Trivia Drinking Game is here! The whole gang is back together. Fan submitted trivia questions. Drunken comic book discussion. Please watch responsibly!

Pete's Basement Season 6, Episode 29 - 9.17.13

Special guest Dave reveals our first NY Comic Con 3-Day Pass Giveaway Bonus Question! Answer correctly and get 10 additional entries to win. We tear DC's new Lobo a new tofu hole. Harley Quinn shows off her-- evil genius. The Riddler will kick your ass-- with his MIND! All this an a lot more on this exciting episode.

Pete's Basement Season 6, Episode 28 - 9.10.13

We announce our first contest winner! Find out how you can win a pair of 3-day passes in our NY Comic Con Giveaway Part 2. Forever Evil drops with nifty 3D lenticular variants highlighting the depths of DC's rouges (get it-- depths, heh, heh, ho boy). Plus viewer mail, and lots more comic reviews.

New Lobo Design for DC's New 52

While DC is distracting us with their poor Batman casting choices, they are sneaking this equally poor new design for Lobo under our noses.... LOBO for heaven's sake!! Read more »

LOBO Loses Direction

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Last year Warner Bros. announced Guy Ritchie was hired to direct the movie adaptation of DC Comics character "Lobo". Recently Guy Ritchie directed "Sherlock Holmes" starring Robert Downey Jr., the studio wants to move forward with "Sherlock Holmes 2", and they want Guy Ritchie to return for the sequel. The L.A. Times spoke with producer Joel Silver who is producing both properties and asked if "Sherlock Holmes 2" will delay the production of "Lobo" until Ritchie is free to direct. "I would guess a different director" said Silver, "It's all happening at once now. Everybody is talking about everything .... It's an ongoing conversation."

Source: The L.A. Times Read more »

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