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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!

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?

 

Be Your Own Superhero - Behind the Scenes

Take a look behind the scenes at the Pete's Basement Be Your Own Superhero Instagram post. You didn't think Pete got that speech right the first time, did you? Fight combination rehearsals, missteps, and outtakes!

 

"Pages" Comic Creator Sunny Singh Interview with Pete's Basement

What would you do with super powers? I mean, realistically.

Five inner-city teenagers from New York City are faced with that exact question in the pages of PAGES, a comic brought to you from the mind of Sunny Singh. When a strange dream affects Jamaal, AJ, Jerry, Dae, and Tiffany, they each wake up with their own unique super powers that are out of this world! All of which are linked to a series of mystical tomes written in a strange, indecipherable language. Read more »

Darryl DMC McDaniels Talks With Pete About Growing Up On Comics and Hip Hop! NYCC'14

 

 

 

PETE'S BASEMENT GOES TO COMIC CON!!

 

Pete meets one of the true legends of hip hop, Darryl DMC McDaniels, and talks with him about his new comic book, DMC, due out in stores soon, as well as growing up listening to hip hop, and how Darryl transitioned his love for comics into his music.

 

Hip Hop Family Tree Vol. 1 1970s-1981

Last month while walking dogs in a very busy Manhattan block a group of foreign girls stopped me and asked me what was something that New York City was famous for. I could have mentioned the Empire State Building, Chrysler Building, Times Square, Central Park or any of the most immediate landmarks that erupt from my mind; but instead I stepped back and approached it differently and then I answered “Hip Hop”. Their eyes got wide, I had given them an original answer, but it is one I hope that will become typical in the future. Read more »

Larfleeze Wants A MetroCard

I found this blog entry on "benjaminbirdie.com". If you are a New Yorker or a Green Lantern fan or both then you should check this out..... Read more »

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