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Pete's Basement Season 10, Episode 01 - 01.10.17

It's the ALL-STAR beginning of SEASON 10! Pete is kicking it off in a haze of 18 year old whiskey and three weeks of books to review as we get back from Christmas and New Years. The crew reveals their Nerd-Christmas presents. Pete's hating on some of his usual favorites and liking books you wouldn't suspect. Does Trish hate Rogue One? And some special guests show up to usher in our forthcoming 'Best of 2016' video. Will Pete make it all the way through? Tune in and find out!

Heroic Marvel Television Lineup Unveils at New York Comic Con

Marvel Television and ReedPOP are making New York Comic Con super exciting for Marvel fans this year with a heroic lineup of action-packed exclusive panels and screenings! Read more »

Pete's Basement Season 9, Episode 12 - 3.5.16

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.

Pete's Basement Season 8, Episode 20 - 6.16.15

Pete and Ramon hit the basement, and Robo-Bunny-Bat is the talk of the table. The roundtable, that is! Yea, yea, we know it ain't round. These guys ain't knights either; what's your point? Jim Gordon suits up as Iron Bat in Batman and Detective Comics, but where is Bruce Wayne in the aftermath of Convergence and Endgame? DC rolls out a few more number ones for the boys to talk about, and Marvel hits with a slew of Secret Wars side stories.

Pete's Basement Season 7, Episode 25 - 8.19.14

Hexed, Transformers: Primacy, Terminal Hero and Original Sin comics reviewed. Pete and Pete take over the roundtable for this week's extra special Pete's basement episode! Why is it so extra special? Maybe it is Pete's no-spoilers review of Guardians of the Galaxy! How about we throw in a review of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Not enough? Fine! How about we bring back full-length episodes of The Pete's Basement Show! And just cause we like you, we're gonna' start our annual New York Comic Con Ticket Giveaway Contest too. There! Satisfied? Now go start that download.

Pete's Basement Season 7, Episode 12 - 4.28.14

The boys list their Top 5 Episodes of Batman: The Animated Series. And speaking of cartoons, Batman gets roofied as the fellas review DC's newest animated feature: Son of Batman. Two weeks worth of books round out this week's episode, including Ultimate FF, Hulk, Solar: Man of the Atom, Elektra, Conan, the return of Jack Bauer in 24, Original Sin, and more!

Pete's Basement Season 4, Episode 49- 12.06.11

Back at the table again after the drunken mess from two weeks ago, and the much needed week off last week. A bunch of comics get reviewed, jokes are cracked, contests are announced, and somewhere an electronic fart machine squeals into the night.

CBMDb - "THE INCREDIBLE HULK" [2008]

The Incredible Hulk is a 2008 superhero film based on the Marvel Comics character the Hulk. It is directed by Louis Leterrier and stars Edward Norton as Dr. Bruce Banner. It is the second film to be released in the Marvel Cinematic Universe. It is not a sequel to the 2003 film Hulk, but rather a reboot that establishes a new back-story where Banner became the Hulk as an unwitting pawn in a military scheme to reinvigorate the supersoldier program through gamma radiation. Read more »

CBMDb - "HULK" [2003]

Hulk (also known as The Hulk) is a 2003 American superhero film based on the fictional Marvel Comics character of the same name. Ang Lee directed the film, which stars Eric Bana as Dr. Bruce Banner, as well as Jennifer Connelly, Sam Elliott, Nick Nolte, and Josh Lucas. The film explores the origins of the Hulk, which is partially attributed to Banner's father's experiments on himself, and on his son. Read more »

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